- Report to the Annex entrance behind the House of the Old each day - Go home immediately after training - Do not talk about your training with anyone - You are exempted from rudeness by judgement and asking personal questions - You are prohibited from dream-telling - You may not apply for medication unless seriously ill away from the job - You may not ever apply for release - You may lie
What are the 3 differences between the Giver's home and the rest of the homes in the community?
Jonas was assigned to be The Receiver of Memory. This means he receives knowledge of things the community has rules against to keep the people protected by experiencing them.
What are the memories the Giver transmits the first day?
Sunburn. That's the word you're looking for.
Jonas is prohibited from applying for release, talking about his training, and dream-telling. He has, however, gained the ability to lie and be "rude" to others.
Why is the community not allowed to make decisions?
These rules are created to keep everything running smoothly.
There were a few differences in between The Giver's house and the rest of the homes of the people who live in the community. First, the legs of the tables were not straight. They were kind of curved and they were decorated. Second, The Giver had his door locked. Third, The Giver has nearly hundreds, maybe even thousands, of books
What is "seeing beyond"?
Woah, did you see it just change??
On his first day, Jonas receives three memories. The first memory was the snow, the second memory was sunshine, and the third was a sunburn.
Owww! I can't seem to find the right word, but it hurts.
The community is not allowed to make decisions because everything they do has to be able to fit in with the rules, which the community has set to keep their lives running smoothly.
"Seeing beyond" is what The Giver had called it when Jonas began to see colors.