The correct answer is:
C) It develops the passage’s major themes of empathy and understanding.
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The correct answer is C) it develops the passage’s major themes of empathy and understanding.
In this passage, Atticus, who represents morality in To Kill a Mockingbird, teaches Scout the importance of understanding and taking into account other people's points of view after she gets in trouble on her first day of school. Although Scout has a childish attitude at the beginning, she develops a more grown-up perspective throughout the story. Atticus helps her by giving Scout a lesson on how to be sympathetic and how to put oneself in another person's place in order to understand why a specific person thinks and behaves in a certain way.
The answer is conversational
Conversational would best describe it.
It makes the most sense considering the point of the book
A and D
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Question 6- D - The townspeople showed they were able to form a community and respond with great care towards Miss Maudie, but due to prejudice could do the same for Tom Robinson.
Question 7- B - The prejudice within their society has already formed the opinion that Tom Robinson is guilty before the trial started.
Question 8- D - Scout
Question 9- B - That you never really understand a person until you consider things from their point of view.
Question 10- A - According to Atticus, “Shoot all the blue jays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird” (Lee 80).