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The Diploma Level 3 Final Test - Presentation of a character from "To Kill a Mockingbird".

The Diploma Level 3 Final Test - Presentation of a character from "To Kill a Mockingbird".

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    Mockingbird Nu Jeab Juice Mockingbird Nu Jeab Juice Presentation Transcript

    • To Kill a Mockingbird
      By : Nelle Harper Lee
    • “J2N1”
      Juice
      Noo
      Jeab
    • The Main Character
      Jeremy Atticus Finch: Jem
    • Outlines
    • Background & Information
      • He is a white boy
      • Nearly 10-13 years old
      • One little sister : “Scout”
      • His father is a lawyer:“Atticus”
      • Has a new friend: “Dill”
      • Housekeeper:“Calpurnia”
    • Flowchart of relationships
      His Family
      The Events Leading to his accident
    • Personalities
    • Jem’s Character (Cont.)
    • Jem’s Character (cont.)
    • Interesting
    • Relationships with other characters
    • Relationships with other characters (Cont.)
      His Father: Atticus
    • Relationships with other characters (Cont.)
      His little sister: Scout
    • Relationships with other characters (Cont.)
      His Friend: Dill
    • Relationships with other characters (Cont.)
      His neighbors: Mr. Boo
    • Problems that face him
    • How we learn from this character
    • How we learn from this character (Cont.)
    • Like Atticus was giving conversation to Scout…
      “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.”
      “If you can learn a simple trick you’ll get along better with all kinds of folks. You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view.”
    • Thank You VeryMuch For Your Attention