How does Atticus instill conscience in his children?
He tells them the right thing to do. He shows them the right thing to do. What more could the poor guy do.
What does Atticus mean when he says This case Tom Robinson's case is something that goes to the essence of a man's conscience?
He means he isn't a hypocrite. He practiced what he preached to his children.
Parents try to instill values in their children.
Example: How can parents best instill in their children a love for reading?
You must instill discipline when children are young, otherwise you will have your hands full when they become of older.
A person's conscience.
Atticus Finch has two children, Jeremy Atticus Finch (Jem) and Jean Louise Finch (Scout).
On To Kill a Mockingbird who says the one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule is a person's conscience?
by giving them responsibilities
Atticus and Aunt Alexandra disagree about how to deal with the children How does Atticus handle the situation?
Atticus originally tries to follow alexandra's way to raise the children but then when scout cries he quits alexandra's way of raising the children
Atticus' sister, Alexandra, helps with the children.
The Children finds Atticus in front of the maycomb jail.
Atticus gets threatened by Bob Ewell, which worries the children.
Well, this question has many answers which can be inferred throughout the novel. One particular trait I think Atticus is trying to pass on to his children is probably, that they should always listen and abide by their conscience rather than conform to social normalities. Atticus always exemplifies to Scout and Jem that him defending Tom Robinson was due to his personal morals even if all of his neighbours continue to disparage him. That little… Read More
Atticus wants the children to go home. He knows there will be trouble and he doesn't want them there.
Modeling traits and manners you wish to instill in children is a very appropriate approach.
Atticus wins back the respect of his children by shooting a rabid dog in one shot.
Atticus and Alexandra disagree about how to deal with children How does Atticus handle the situation?
Yes. He does.
Atticus tells the children that Finches are not run of the mill people. He tells them they should live up to their name.
Reasons does Atticus give for the children not to play the Boo Radley game?
That Atticus used to be a amazing shooter.
Atticus thanks Boo for saving his children from Mr. Ewell.
Jimmy is related to atticus by brother and the kids is their uncle
Atticus looks after his children alone as their mother is dead. Atticus is an amazing father, he never shouts at his children or even raises his voice. He teaches them to be brave, and to do the right thing.
Atticus! (: he sets a good example for the children. and Calpurnia because..she takes care of the children when Atticus is busy. am i right?
The children thought Atticus Finch was too old because he could not play outside with the or shoot a gun.
takes seriously confronts atticus atticus doesnt care kids relax
Jack Finch, he is known as Uncle Jack to Atticus' children.
What does atticus mean when he says the on thing that doesn't abide by majority rule is a man's conscience?
He means that nobody can make a decision for you when it comes to matters that bother your conscience. Those decisions have to be made yourself without regard to the feelings of others.
Boo Radley saved the children from Bob Ewell. Atticus thanks Boo because if Boo hadn't stepped in to stop Bob Ewell, the children probably would have been killed. Atticus is thanking Boo Radley for keeping his children alive. At least, that's how I see it :)
The children find Atticus in front of the jail reading by the light bulb he left with when he went out one evening.
Calpurnia (the Finches' housekeeper) brings a note telling Atticus that Scout and Jem are missing. Soon after, however, Mr. Underwood tells Atticus that the children are in the courtroom in the colored balcony.
In chapter 8 Atticus learns about Jem and Scout communicating with Boo Radley through the knothole. Atticus tells the children not to tell anyone that they had seen and been in contact with boo.
Atticus says that "rational men do irrational things when placed in a mob"
She called Atticus a "nigger-lover" as the children are walking down the street.
Atticus tells him that children see things differently, but you still have to listen to their arguments in order to understand the sequence of events.
Atticus shoots a mad dog that's been terrorizing the neighborhood.
What does the conversation between Atticus and the children reveal about their relationship as a family?
1. It It indicates the respect the children have for Atticus; it also shows that maybe the children do need a mother-figure, since he doesn't do well talking to the kids about certain things
Atticus said " I don't want you to remember it. Forget it." It kind of symbolizes that whatever he told the children before that - he is taking it back and does not want the children to make the change he just told them to.
Jem's reaction to atticus finding the children with scissors is shocked. He is trying to find an excuse, so they don't get caught, but it doesn't work because atticus knows and tells them to stop playing the "Boo" Radley game.
Atticus finch gave the children the guns.
In court Calpurnia brought a note to Atticus that said the kids were missing. And someone told Atticus that they were up top sitting with the black community.
Atticus was a proud father of Jem and Scout. He was a hard worker, and loved his two children.
Atticus doesn't seem upset, but rather happy that Bob Ewell challenged him. Atticus said that it was better that Mr. Ewell took out his anger on Atticus. If not he would take out his anger on one of his children, which Atticus didn't want.
talk about it
to honor them
that they are gay
Calpurna, the cook