The other night on Halloween I was walking home with Scout on the way home after the carnival thing at the school. As we were walking Cecil Jacobs jumped out and scared us. Later on we were walking through the woods and we head someone. We thought it was Cecil Jacobs but it turns out it was not because moments later Mr. Ewell jumps out and attacks us. I tried to fight him off as best I could but he was able to knock me out. Scout told me that once that happened Boo came out of nowhere and saved our lives by killing Mr. Ewell and carried me home. I am very thankful for what Boo did for me and Scout. If it was not for Boo I could be dead right now. I think that Maycomb is a safer place with out Mr. Ewell and I can't believe that he attacked us considering we are just kids.
Reflection: I think the reason we had to do this assignment was based off of a lesson from the book. That lesson was that you can't judge a person unless you walk a mile in their shoes. That applies to this assignment because we are looking at things from another persons point of view which teaches what it is like being them in a way. This lesson is taught to Scout after the first day of school for her when she says different things about people and Atticus gives her this advise. From doing this assignment I learned that it is not that easy to look at things differently than you may normally do and have to act as someone different than you. This assignment was a fun but interesting way to learn how to do this. It also teaches you that you truly do not know ones intentions until you think like they do and I think more people need to learn this lesson.