S: The Giver
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FC: The Giver | Ch:13 | By:Ochoa,Antonio
1: How was Jonas like?
2: Jonas then becomes angry the color has been removed from the world he is in. He tells The Giver he wants to make his own decisions , like which color shirt to wear in the morning | http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/giver/characters.html
3: The Giver responds that choice was taken away to stop people from making the wrong decisions. Jonas realizes that there are choices more important than choosing what color to wear that could have terrible consequences. Still he isn't happy with what The Giver choose. | http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/giver/characters.html
4: Jonas Character Analysis: Jonas, the main character and hero, is pretty impressive for a twelve-year-old boy. He's contemplative, careful, pensive, mature, compassionate, and composed. He can take care of a baby. He's selfless. He seems to have no qualms about volunteering to bathe super-old people. He treats The Giver with respect and bears pain without complaining. Dang!!! | The main characters: | http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/giver/characters.html
5: Fiona Fiona is a friend of Jonas and her assignment is to be a Caretaker of the Old at the House of the Old. Fiona is a gentle girl whom Jonas likes.At the end, however, Fiona also grows apart from Jonas because she cannot understand him and his Assignment as Receiver of Memories. | http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/giver/characters.html
6: Asher: He is Jonas best friend and he is clumsy, careless, and imprecise with words, but cheerful and good-humored. At the Ceremony Asher receives the assingnment of the Director of Recreation. There is a not known distance between Jonas and Asher after Jonas has started training by the old "Receiver of the Memory | http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/giver/characters.html
7: Gabe: He is a new child who is one that is being taken care of at the Nurturing Center. | http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/giver/characters.html
8: Lily: Is Jonas little talkative sister who is a Seven. At the December Ceremony, she becomes an Eight who wears a jacket that newly identifies her as an Eight and starts her volunteer activities in the community | http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/giver/characters.html
9: Mother: Jonas's mother is an eminent official at the Department of Justice. She is responsible for upholding rules in the community. | http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/giver/characters.html
10: Father: Jonas's father is a Nurturer at the Nurturing Center who takes care of new born children. | http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/giver/characters.html
11: Summary: As time go's by, Jonas learns the names of colors through the memories, and he begins to see things differently around him. But the colors don't last when he looks at objects, and The Giver explains that it will take a long time before he can keep the colors. Jonas becomes angry because he thinks that it is unfair to have everything be the same so that people are unable to make free choices. The Giver listens to Jonas, but also suggests that it may not be safe to let people make decisions on their own | http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/giver/characters.html
12: Figure of Speech: | Jonas respects The Giver like you respect your parents.(or you should) | The Giver has a big head.jajajaja:) | The Giver has a pickle head. | The apple spoke to Jonas with its delicous looks
14: Prediction: What do you think is going to happen in the next chapter. | Inference: He didn't know the memories that The Giver gave him.
15: Costa's Questions: 1.)Name all the characters of chapter 13 2.) Compare Jonas to The Giver 3.) Imagine you in Jonas place in life.
16: Prediction: What do you think is going to happen in the next chapter. | Inference: He didn't know the memories that The Giver gave him.
17: Costa's Questions: 1.)Name all the characters of chapter 13 2.) Compare Jonas to The Giver 3.) Imagine you in Jonas place in life.