The Giver

The Giver

THE GIVER By Lois Lowry Chapters 1 & 2 CHAPTER ONE VOCABULARY Create a Vocabulary Notes page Chapter 1 Vocabulary Word Pg #

Definition Rasp(ing) 2 (adj) harsh; grating Jeer(ing) 3 (v) To speak or shout derisively (mocking or scoffing)

Palpable 3 (adj) readily or plainly seen, heard, percieved, etc.; obvious Distraught 4 (v) Distracted; Deeply agitated Tunic

4 Apprehensive 4 CHAPTER ONE NOVEL TERMINOLOGY Create a Novel Terminology Notes page Chapter 1 Term

Pg # Definition Released 2 When a member is forced to leave the community Learning Community 3

School/classroom Newchildren 7 Infants RASPING Immediately the rasping voice through the speakers had said.

pg. 2 Rasping: (adj) harsh; grating JEERING Even the children were scolded if they used the term lightly at play, jeering at a teammate who missed a catch or stumbled in a race. (pg 2) Jeering: (v) To speak or shout derisively (mocking or scoffing)

PALPABLE Now, thinking about the feeling of fear as he pedaled home along the river path, he remembered that moment of palpable, stomach-sinking terror when the aircraft had streaked above. (pg 3) Palpable: (adj) readily or plainly seen, heard, percieved, etc.; obvious DISTRAUGHT

I guess I just got distraught watching them. (pg 4) Distraught:(v) Distracted; Deeply Agitated TUNIC He smoothed his rumpled tunic and sat down. (pg 4) Tunic: (noun) a coat worn as part of a

military or other uniform APPREHENSIVE Apprehensive, Jonas decided. Thats what I am. (pg 4) Apprehensive: (adj) uneasy or fearful about something that might happen WHEEDLE

But like all parents all adults they didnt fight or wheedle for their turn. (pg 5) Wheedle: (verb) to influence or persuade with flattering words or acts DISPOSITION Hes a sweet little male with a lovely disposition. (pg 7) Disposition: (noun) natural mental and emotional outlook or mood

PROMINENT Next, Mother, who held a prominent position at the Department of Justice, talked about her feelings. (pg 8) Prominent: (adj) leading, important, or well-known. TRANSGRESSION

The rules say that if theres a third transgression, he simply has to be released. (pg 9) Transgression: (noun) violation of a law, command, etc.; a sin RELEASED Needless to say, he will be released, the voice had said, followed by silence. (pg 2) Released: removed from the community

LEARNING COMMUNITIES I apologize for inconveniencing my learning community. (pg 3) Learning community: (noun) School or classroom NEWCHILDREN

He listened politely, though not very attentively, while his father took his turn, describing a feeling of worry that hed had that day at work: a concern about one of the newchildren who wasnt doing well. (pg 7) Newchildren: newborns CHAPTER ONE ACTIVITIES

Complete the Note-Taking and Summarizing Working in groups, decide how you will answer questions 2 13 (at least three per person 9 pts) 1. Explain why you think airplanes are not permitted to fly over the community. Answer: 1. It is against the rules for pilots to fly over the community. (pg 1) I think that airplanes arent allowed to fly over the community because the community is concerned about security. Group discussion/share APTITUDE

Well, it was clear to me and my parents later confessed that it had been obvious to them, too what my aptitude was. (pg 15) Aptitude capability; ability; talent CHAPTER 2 ACTIVITIES

Complete the Note-Taking and Summarizing Working in groups, decide how you will answer questions 1 - 12 (at least three per person 9 pts) *All answer question #10 Journal 3 (10 pts) There have been seven rules mentioned in Chapters 1 & 2. Do you agree with any of these rules? Why or why not? Write about a rule you value (or do not agree with) in our society. Explain. CHAPTER 3 VOCABULARY

Chastise (20) He waited for his father to chastise Lily. Chastise: (v) to discipline Petulantly (22) I think Id like that, said Lily petulantly.

Petulantly: (adj) showing sudden, impatient irritation Conviction: (24) So Jonas laughed too, and with his laughter tried to ignore his uneasy conviction that something had happened. Conviction: (noun) fixed or firm belief CHAPTER 3 ACTIVITIES Complete the Note-Taking and

Summarizing Working in groups, decide how you will answer questions 1 - 10 (at least three per person 9 pts) Complete questions 1 3 on Point of View worksheet

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