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2 Jeopardy Characters True/False Plot Who Said It? Literary Elements Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

3 $100 Narrator of the story

4 $100 Scout

5 $200 Lawyer and moral character

6 $200 Atticus

7 $300 Rumored to have stabbed his father with scissors

8 $300 Boo Radley

9 $400 House burns down

10 $400 Miss Maudie

11 $500 She is as lonely as a mixed child

12 $500 Mayella Ewell

13 $100 Jem destroys Mrs. Duboses flowers because of the derogatory remarks she makes about Atticus.

14 $100 TRUE

15 $200 Boo Radleys character advances the plot by providing an opportunity for Jem and Scout to learn compassion for those who are different.

16 $200 TRUE

17 $300 Mr. Dolphus Raymond, a white man, chooses to associate with the black citizens of Maycomb. This is because he is drunk, and they are the only ones who will accept him.

18 $300 FALSE

19 $400 The black citizens of Maycomb show Mr. Finch their appreciation by taking up a church collection and bringing money to Calpurnia.

20 $400 FALSE

21 $500 To thank Atticus for his efforts during the trial, the white people in the balcony give him a standing ovation.

22 $500 FALSE

23 100 The action of the novel takes place in the _________ in the Southern state of _________.

24 $ s, Alabama

25 200 Why is it a sin to kill a mockingbird?

26 $200 They are innocent and bring only joy.

27 300 Mrs. Dubose shows real courage by kicking her _________ addiction.

28 $300 morphine

29 $400 Mayellas bruises where on what side of her face?

30 400 RIGHT

31 500 What lesson does Atticus teach Scout

32 $500 In order to understand someone, you must walk in their shoes and consider things from their perspective.

33 $100 You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view.

34 $100 Atticus

35 $200 My paws never touched a hair o my head in my life. He never touched me.

36 $200 Mayella Ewell

37 $300 Yes suh. I felt right sorry for her, she seemed to try moren the rest of em.

38 300 Tom Robinson

39 400 Will you take me home?

40 $400 Boo Radley

41 $500 Mockingbirds dont do one thing but make music for us to enjoy. They dont eat up peoples gardens, dont nest in corncribs, they dont do one thing but sing their hearts out for us. Thats why its a sin to kill a mockingbird.

42 $500 Miss Maudie

43 $100 Who is the antagonist of the novel?

44 $100 Bob Ewell

45 $200 Which character never undergoes internal conflict. conflict.

46 $200 Bob Ewell

47 $300 Which two humans symbolize a mockingbird?

48 $300 Boo Radley; Tom Robinson

49 $400 The part of plot where the author ties all the loose ends together.

50 $400 Resolution

51 $500 What is the climax of the story?

52 $500 Bob Ewell attacks the children

53 Final Jeopardy List two themes of To Kill a Mockingbird

54 Final Jeopardy Answer Prejudice Loss of innocence Coming of Age Maturation Bravery vs Cowardice Societal Expectations Understand someone


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