Life Lessons from atticus in To kill a mockingbird


What are some “life lessons” that atticus teaches to his children in To Kill a Mockingbird?


DreaKate – Atticus’ character is level-headed, objective, intelligent, and he serves as a role model to all.  He teaches his children to preserve the beauty in humanity and on Earth (don’t judge people, treat everyone fairly, etc.); handle undesirable situations with dignity and grace; courage (stand up for yourself, never give up); and ultimately, respect everyone despite their differences or oddities.  Enjoy!

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