Schaum's outline of theory and problems of biochemistry by Philip Kuchel, Simon Easterbrook-Smith, Vanessa Gysbers, J.

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What does Reverend Sykes tell Scout to do as her father exits the courtroom at the close of the trial? a. applaud b. stand up c. follow him 23 Focus on Reading: To Kill a Mockingbird STUDENT NAME ___________________________________________________ DATE__________________ I V. C h a p t e r s 1 7 – 2 1 During Reading Check Your Understanding Short Answer Write a short answer for each question. 1. What is the one beautiful thing on the Ewells’ property that seems out of place? 2. According to Mr. Ewell’s testimony, why didn’t he call a doctor for Mayella?

3. 4. 5. Check Your Understanding: Short Answer b c a b a 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. c a b c a Check Your Understanding: Short Answer 1. Dill is adventurous and likes to tell fantastic stories. His stories are imaginative, and Jem and Scout have trouble believing many of them. 2. Miss Caroline is angry that Scout has already learned to read and feels that learning at home will interfere with her learning to read properly. 3. He has little money, so he pays Atticus in goods such as firewood and nuts. 4. Burris Ewell despises Miss Caroline and feels that school is a waste of time.

8. 9. 10. c a b c a Check Your Understanding: Short Answer 1. Dill is adventurous and likes to tell fantastic stories. His stories are imaginative, and Jem and Scout have trouble believing many of them. 2. Miss Caroline is angry that Scout has already learned to read and feels that learning at home will interfere with her learning to read properly. 3. He has little money, so he pays Atticus in goods such as firewood and nuts. 4. Burris Ewell despises Miss Caroline and feels that school is a waste of time.

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