Cals moral lesson here is to respect others

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Cal’s moral lesson here is to respect other’s differences, even if one thinks they are better than the other. It is important the readers understand how to posses kind-hearted manners. Furthermore, Scout shows courage when she speaks on behalf of Walter
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Suleymanov 1 Cunningham by telling Miss Caroline, “He didn’t forget his lunch, he didn’t have… none today, nor... tomorrow or the next day” (Lee 20). Scout was brave for being the voice for Walter because he was too embarrassed to tell the teacher that he was poor and couldn’t afford lunch. Ninth graders can learn to show compassion towards their tough circumstances and have their back. Overall, To Kill a Mockingbird is great source for valuable life lessons. Moreover, this book encourages us to stand up in what we believe in. For example, Mrs. Maudie is not afraid to speak her mind when she says, “His food doesn't stick going down, does it?” (Lee) because Mrs Merriweather starts to talk badly about Atticus. By this she means that Mrs Merriweather is a hypocrite for criticizing Atticus yet gladly eating his food. Students can learn here that is someone is ever speaking poorly of others they can do the right thing by sticking up for that person. In addition, Atticus explains to Scout that “...Tom Robinson's case, is something that goes to the essence of a man’s conscience… I couldn’t go to church and worship God if I didn’t help that man” (Lee 104). Atticus believes that everyone deserves a fair trial, and he would be like a Pharisee if he does not do so for Tom. He believes that everyone deserves a fair trial no matter who they are. Nevertheless, Mr. Link Deas was kicked out of the courtroom for
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