The Giver • No one mentioned such things; it was not a rule, but was considered rude to call attention to things that were unsettling or different about individuals." - Lois Lowry, The Giver, Ch. 3 Chapter 4 Share Responses. • Review chapters 1-4. Give the students 15 minutes. Divide students into groups of 4 or 5. Each group must have a different color pencil. This way we see what group change the answer. Pass out one page to each to each group. • Next, we will rotate to the next table. Please change or fill in answers to each page. Chapter 4 • In your Reader’s Workshop BooksPlease answer. • The family shared their dreams every morning. Write about a dream you have had and what meaning you think it might have. Jounral • Venn Diagram Your Community Jonas’ Community Both Communities Chapter 5 Pass out Venn Diagram-Cut and glue in Reader’s Notebook. • Who Has the Power? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Committee members Family unit-son/daughter family unit-Mother/Father Committee of Elders Chapter 5 Pass out Worksheet-13 Who Has the Power? The Receiver committee head • Reader’s Workshop Book-Please answer. • There are more hints about what “Release” means (page 48-49). What do you think it means? Give examples from the story. Chapter 6-Journal Handout “The Community Assignments worksheet. They will glue in their RW Book. • How could someone not fit in? The community was so meticulously ordered, the choices so carefully made." - Lois Lowry, The Giver, Ch. 6 • Chapter 7 Hand out index cards with “Assignments” . Have students fill out Your Job wks. • " Now he became aware of an entirely new sensation: pinpricks? No, because they were soft and without pain. Tiny, cold, feather-like feelings peppered his body and face. He put out his tongue again, and caught one of the dots of cold upon it. It disappeared from his awareness instantly; but he caught another, and another. The sensation made him smile." - Lois Lowry, The Giver, Ch. 11 Chapter 11 • In Chapter 11 Jonas is given his first memory. It is of a wonderful sled ride down a hill on fluffy snow. Reread pages 80 - 82 again which describe Jonas's sled ride then draw an illustration of it. Save this drawing for a compare and contrast activity you will be doing after reading Chapter 15. Chapter 11 Chapter 16 Hand out Cause and Effect Chart.