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Level 2 = Inferences. Based on the selection, but “between the lines.”
Level 3 = Discussion topics suggested by the literary passage.
- Chapters 6-10
Ten Level 2 Questions:
- What does Scout mean when she tells Dill "Nobody in Macomb just goes for a walk?" after Dill suggests they walk after supper?
- Why does Dill lie to Atticus after they race away from the Radley house and Atticus asks what they have been doing?
- How has the boys' plan of seeing Boo affected them?
- What has bothered Jem for a week after the evening Jem lost his pants?
- Does Nathan Radley till the tree's knothole with cement because the tree is sick? Why or why not?
- What lessons do the children learn from the fire that burns Miss Maudie's house?
- What does Atticus mean when he tells Scout he will probably lose the Robinson case because "....we were licked a hundred years before we started."
- What is odd about Uncle Jack?
- What in the eyes of Aunt Alexandra does Scout lack?
- Why does Jem exclaim, "Atticus is a gentleman, just like me"?
One Level 3 Question
- In To Kill a Mockingbird, how do people seem to be defined in these chapters? Select at least 5 characters.
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