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Personality in The Giver

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What did the leaders of Jonas' community do to increase stability in The Giver?

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1. What happens if someone points out another person's differences in Jonas' community in The Giver?

2. How is Jonas different from most other people in his community in The Giver?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In this quiz and worksheet, you can find questions on Jonas and his community in The Giver. You will be asked about the consequences of different actions and how they affect the population.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Expect to see the following subjects on the quiz and worksheet:

  • The community's method to increase stability
  • The results of pointing out differences
  • Jonas' inherent difference
  • The cause for celebration in the community

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - check if you can remember when differences are celebrated in the story
  • Making connections - draw a line between the actions of people in the community and their consequences
  • Information recall - access your knowledge of Jonas' own personality suppression

Additional Learning

To find out more, read the lesson titled Personality in The Giver. You will find help on the following topics:

  • Job assignments
  • Differences in the population
  • The Ceremony of Twelve
  • The banishing of color
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