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Row 1, Col 1 the children are assigned their names & family unit What happens in the Ceremony of Ones?
1,2 The receiver/main character Who is Jonas?
1,3 The people of the community shout the lost person’s name loud then quiet as if forgetting the feeling of loss What is the Ceremony of Loss?
1,4 The holder of all the memories in the community Who is The Giver?
2,1 So he won’t get released Why does Jonas take Gabe with him when he escapes?
2,2 They go down a hill on a sled & see lights What happens to Jonas & Gabe at the end of the story?
2,3 Music What memory does Jonas want The Giver to keep for himself?
2,4 The children are given their job assignments What happens at the Ceremony of Twelve?
3,1 A group of wise Elders who make the important decisions concerning the community Who are the Committee of Elders?
3,2 Because he needs to stay & help the people deal with all the memories so chaos won’t break loose, & also because he is too weak Why will The Giver not go with Jonas?
3,3 Bravery, strength, & courage What things does The Giver transmit to Jonas to help him on his journey?
3,4 They apply for a child & if they are eligible, then they are given one at the ceremony of ones How does the family unit receive their children?
4,1 birds, flowers, waterfall, fox, squirrel, deer, fish, snow, wind, trees What are some of the new & good experiences Jonas & Gabe have on their journey?
4,2 The previous receiver who failed & also The Giver’s daughter Who is Rosemary?
4,3 They receive bikes & the girl’s lose their hair ribbons What happens at the Ceremony of Nines
4,4 So they are all the same & no misunderstanding of words happen Why is it important for community members to use precise language?
5,1 Who is Lilly? Jonas’s Sister
5,2 Describe jonas’s mother A lawyer, family unit
5,3 Describe Jonas Father Nurturer, mean person
5,4 Who is Fiona Jonas’s Crush
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