Period FIVE Group E
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, Based on Jonas’ experiences with snow and sunshine, what can you infer about the community? Use text evidence to support your answer. - 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, Which rule in chapter 9 do you think is the most meaningful o you and why do you think this Utopia still exists because of that rule? Explain. , Why do you think the previous Reciever failed? -Todd Feil, How do you think the Council eliminated memories centuries ago? -Todd Feil, This quote is very important because it shows how much the people like living in this Utopia. Jonas doesn't really like living here because a couple lines before that it says, "Sometimes I wish they'd ask for my wisdom more often, there are so many things I could tell them; things I wish they would change." So by that quote he was basically describing the way that other people like living there. ~ Kacey Ferrante, What causes the ability to see beyond?- Emily Jackson, , , and What do you think the Giver reads about? After all, he has thousands of books. -Todd Feil