What lessons does Scout learn in TKAM?

What lessons does Scout learn in TKAM?

She learns more about her town and the people in it, prejudice, empathy, courage, she notices problems in herself and is taught the most important lesson that it is a sin to kill a mocking bird. Scout learns the facts of life and the rudiments she needs to progress in life.

What lesson does Scout learn in Chapter 12?

The lesson that Scout learns in chapter 12 is about privilege. Beyond being mindful of speaking respectfully, Scout speaks however she pleases wherever she goes.

What does Scout learn about education?

Calpurnia explains to Jem and Scout that “There wasn’t a school even when [Zeebo] was a boy,” and mentions that it was she that “made him learn, though.” She taught him how to read; that she herself could read was unusual.

What happened to the narrator’s mother in To Kill a Mockingbird?

What happened to the narrator’s mother? Because Scout was so young she really didn’t miss her mom, but Jem was different. Jem was attached to his mom and was very sad about her loss.

Why didn’t the sheriff put Boo in jail?

“The sheriff hadn’t the heart to put him in jail alongside Negroes, so Boo was locked in the courthouse basement” (11). Due to mold in the basement and the cost to house Boo there, the county asked Mr. Radley to take him back after a while. So, no–Boo Radley never went to the county jail.