Period EIGHT Group B
The Giver Chapters 7-13
All responses MUST be at least 4 sentences and contain textual support. !(https://coggle-images.s3.amazonaws.com/5825ca403c306f57066c6328-eb2cd311-31a0-48b1-8901-eb47a86f412f.jpg 129x8
A Coggle Diagram about Why do you think that the colors only flash at first and are not solid for Jonas -Jackson Baldini, “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, Why do you believe when the memories transfers from The Giver to The Receiver, it leaves The Giver completely?
-Ellie Shoff, 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, Why do you think they committee of elders called Jonas's name out of order is they want sameness so much?-Bryce Weenink, If the community leaders don't want the people to know anything about the past, then why is there a receiver of memories?-Bryce Weenink and The qualities they are looking for in a Receiver are intelligence, integrity, courage, wisdom, and the capacity to see beyond. Do you feel Jonas has demonstrated these attributes so far? Why or why not?