Important Relationships Final Project~Pedro camacho

Jem Finch
  • Jem influence Scout through the story because he is his brother and always look out for her interests. When Jem threw himself in front of Scout he proved that he would risk his own life looking after his sister. Jem Finch helps shape Scout into the person she is at the end of the novel by always looking out for her interest.
Calpurnia
  • Calpurnia helps scout become more lady like at the end of the novel by teaching her proper manners and edict. Scout learned cooking and cleaning skills from Calpurnia. When Calpurnia scolds Scout for thinking she is better than Walter, she is telling her how she was being extremely rude. Calpurnia tells her that it is not acceptable to treat company rudely. Calpurnia helps scout develop into the person she is at the end of the novel by teaching her appropriate lady like actions.
Atticus Finch
  • Atticus Finch has a major influence of Scouts Developments into the person she becomes at the end of the novel because of the valuable life lessons he teaches her growing up. Atticus teaches Scout the importance of education by making a compromise that they will continue to read at home every night. Atticus also teaches Scout not to treat people differently just because they look. She then realizes that even though Boo Radley was a bit odd looking, he was not a bad guy, in fact he was actually rather nice. Atticus Finch is a major influence on the person Scout is at the end of the novel because of the lessons he has taught her throughout her childhood.
Aunt Alexandra
  • From aunt Alexandra Scout learn The basics of how to by a lady. By the end of the novel Scout learns how to see the good in people who are flawed, she also learn from her, The value of loyalty to your family, when aunt Alexandra and Mrs. Maudie team up in their own discreet way against the ladies of Maycomb to defend Atticus
Mrs. Dubose
  • From Mrs. Dubose, Scout learns about you can't judge a book by its cover. People are not always what they seem, Mrs. Dubose seems mean and cruel , but underneath she is strong, I think what she take away from that in the world the people can be so beautiful and so ugly at the same time. The goodness does not always win, but that you must always defend what is good and right. She learns that innocence must be protected at all cost.
My Important Relationships
Brenda
  • My mom taught me a lot as the value of work, she always wanted me to work and that teaches me with the example. Also the responsibility, since she always wants you to do work, since when you acquire a responsibility you have to Comply with it. And the unconditional support is always there for me.
David

My uncle taught me that it is good to work because with that you keep your family and gain experiences. Since I arrived in Salina he has taught me many things. I believe that thanks to self I have grown and matured

Mel
  • Thanks to my grandfather I learned things like I can be appreciated and even loved, by all and has only to do with being kind. And that friendship has nothing to do with age or social status but only with giving people a smile. He says that family always comes first, whatever happens
Pedro
  • My father taught me that you should treat everyone with respect. Dad taught me that the character of a person can say a lot about her based on the outside in which she treats people. My father always taught me to be a gentleman with women.
Galo
  • Thanks to my dog ​​I learned the value of loyalty and unconditional love. Actually my dog ​​every day teaches me not to be angry about the things he does. My dog ​​has made me a better person

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