Period FIVE Group C
The Giver Chapters 7-13
All responses MUST be at least 4 sentences and contain textual support.
A Coggle Diagram about What is Jonas’ ability to see beyond? What does that imply for the rest of the community? - Mr. Cap, “…The books are forbidden to citizens” (p. 102-black book, p. 128-white book). What does this quote imply about the citizens? - Mr. Cap, “Life here is so orderly, so predictable—so painless. It’s what they’ve chosen” (p. 103-black book, p. 130-white book). Explain the significance of this quote. - Mr. Cap, Would you want to be the receiver of memory? Why or why not -James Strong, Based on Jonas’ experiences with snow and sunshine, what can you infer about the community? Use text evidence to support your answer. - Mr. Cap, If you were Jonas would you try to enlighten your friends and family about colors and sameness even though the rules say not to?
-Mileah, What do you think will happen to the giver after Jonas' becomes the new receiver? -Jacob Bruening, Why are the books forbidden to the citizens ? Do you think they're trying to hide something?Maddy Elicker, Why do you think this world or society has no color? -James Strong, How do you think Jonas' new job will impact him socially? -Jacob Bruening and