After the Trial...

Each group is to create a new page titled by the chapter number and answer one of the allocated questions below:

Jean-Louise group: Chapter 23:
What does Atticus mean when he says if Jem and eleven other boys had been on the jury, Tom would have been acquitted?

Arthur Radley group: Chapter 25:
What does Scout mean by: 'In the secret courts of men's hearts Atticus had no case. Tom was a dead man the minute Mayella opened her mouth and screamed.'?

Calpurnia Group: Chapter 26:
Why is Scout perplexed after her teacher, Miss Gates, condems people who are prejudiced?

Dill Group: Chapter 28:
What are the clues to the identity of Scout and Jem's unknown attacker?

Atticus Group: Chapter 30:
Who really killed Bob Ewell? How do we know? What happens to the killer and why?

Dolphus Group: Chapter 31:
In this chapter, Scout, when talkiing about a character in a story, says 'he was real nice.' Atticus replies: 'Most people are, Scout, when you finally see them.' What does Atticus' comment have to do with the point of the novel?