Calpurnia approaches the Judge with info for Atticus regarding the children being in court. They plead with Atticus to stay to hear the verdict.
Verdict of "guilty" is given: black people stand as Atticus leaves the court.
Jem cries. Food from the black community.
Miss Maudie talks to the children about Atticus's role.
Ewell spits at Atticus in the streets.
Atticus and Jem have a discussion about the trial.
Atticus and Aunt Alexandra argue about the children. We learn about the Cunninghams.
We see a new realization about Boo from Scout.
Resources to download
Please download these discussion questions for small group discussions:
Essential questions/focus points
- What is the significance of Jem and Scout sitting in the "Gallery"?
- Is Boo a prisoner or a refugee?
- The Cunninghams