Presentation on theme: "The Giver Bellwork- Week 1. Euphamism Monday, March 30 Write your own definition for the following words. If you don’t know what they mean, you may look."— Presentation transcript:
The Giver Bellwork- Week 1
Monday, March 30 Write your own definition for the following words. If you don’t know what they mean, you may look them up in the dictionary. 1.Apprehension 2.Transgression 3.Nurturer
Tuesday, March 31 Arrange the following words in order of least intense to most intense. 1.Mad, angry, furious, irritated, annoyed, upset 2.Loves, likes, adores, obsessed, attracted to, drawn to, mesmerized, enjoys
Wednesday, April 1 1.List five things that make America great. 2.List five things that cause problems in America and make it not so great.
Thursday, April 2 Although there is an effort in Jonas’ society to use “precise language,” the language is actually ambiguous. 1.What does ambiguous mean? 2.Find three examples of ambiguous language in The Giver. Give the words used and what they actually mean.
Friday, April 3 What is the purpose for the ambiguity in the language used in the novel? Write at least three sentences for or against the use of such language