Study Case On &Amp;Quot;To Kill A Mockingbird&Amp;Quot;

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Abstract: Throughout this novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, Scout Finch consistently presents the behaviors characteristic of Levels A, B, C, and D. Even though she looses her temper, Scout is told to do right by her father, Atticus Finch. Sometimes Scout plunges down to Level A behavior but she thinks on her actions most of the time and what Atticus tells her. This shows the change in her behavior to Level C. Results: Age Behavior Motivation Analysis 6 Pg.31”If you’ll concede the necessity of going to school, we’ll go on reading every night just as we always have. Is it a bargain? Yes sir!” External: Scout agrees with the compromise her father, Atticus and her agreed to. Level C Behavior: Scout is Level C because she follows through with the agreement her and Atticus had made about her staying in school. 6 Pg:”He declined to let us take our air rifles to the Landing (I had already begun to think of shooting Francis) and said if we made one false move he'd take them away from us for good. External: Scout continues to dislike Francis but she remembers what would happen if she attempted to do something. Level B Behavior: Scout is Level B because she wants to hurt Francis badly but then she thinks on what her father, Atticus had told her. 6 Pg. “I was far too old and too big for such childish things, and the sooner I learned to hold in, the better off everybody would be. I soon forgot.” Internal: Scout showed who could be the bigger person a she defiantly did. Level D Behavior: Scout is Level D because she holds her composure and she does the more civilized thing to do.z 6 Pg. “With that, I was gone. "You damn morphodite, I'll kill you!" He was sitting on the bed, and it was easy to grab his front hair and land one on his mouth. He slapped me and I tried another
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