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Hey, ich habe ein Lesetagebuch zum Buch “The Giver” abgegeben und eine 1 dafür bekommen :)

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"The worst part of holding memories is not the pain. It's the loneliness of it. Memories need to be shared." -The Giver THE gIVER taBLE OF CONteNts 3 4 5-7 88 9. 10 11 12 13 14 15 Book vs Movie My review Summary of the chapters Characters and what they have to do with Jonas Diary entry Wanted poster Words = words? How would you like it if you lived in such a community? Alternative ending. Recreated book cover Crossword puzzle Book title: Author: Genre: GIVER Released: Pages: ill Price: SEARCH FOR TRUTH FIND FREEDOM JEFF BRIDGES MERYL STREEP WHAT IS THE BOOK/ MOVIE ABOUT? The book the giver is about the protagonist Jonas, who lives in a perfect world and is just before his ceremony. Unexpectedly, he is chosen as the custodian of memories and from that point on some things become clear to him, the world is not so perfect and his new job is not really easy. BRENTON THWAITES ALEXANDER SKARSGARD ODEYA RUSH KATIE HOLMES TAYLOR SWIFT THE GIVER BASED ON THE ACCLAIMED BEST-SELLER ENICE DAY EVE THEVENY ZA KATE HAS TANFORT AND TANIAN MACETERA ME SENGERANGAN The Giver. MAHAR Receive YourDestiny.org Lois Lowry youth novel, Dystopia 1993 136 9,99€ Movie title: Director: script: Released: Duration: Genre: My rating: Lois Lowry The Giver Klett English Editions ܬܐܬܐܬܐܬܐܬ The Giver Klett Phillip Noyce Robert B. Weide, Michael Mitnick 02/10/2014 1 h 40 min Sci-Fi my review In my opinion there are many psoitive, but also negative aspects. But let's first get to the plus the book,,The Giver", written by Lois Lowry, was published in 1993. I read it because we had the opportunity to read the book in English class and to create a reading diary. When we had read a small section...

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beforehand, it was immediately clear to me that I wanted to read the book, because I found the topic very interesting in itself and I wanted to know what happens next. The beginning appealed to me in any case and already in the first chapter I asked myself a lot of questions and really wanted to know how it would go on. With the chapters the questions cleared up and it was also interesting, especially the language was easy for me because it was easy to understand and I only had to look up vocabulary in between. The characters didn't really appeal to me because they didn't really have character traits. They had strengths and weaknesses, but they didn't have big differences. It was also quite monotonous, as everyone in the world does the same things and therefore there is no extreme climax. But since it is the case that everyone has the same rights, etc., there is no patriarchy and thus men * are not above women *, which I particularly like. Of. course, the individualities are still prevented, but this is still a plus because we live in a patriarchy and I definitely do not support this. We don't even need to talk about the ending because it just remained open and there is no second part. In addition, I didn't read the last chapters with pleasure because it got really boring. So I'm giving three stars out of five because the story got off to a good start and was creative in itself. Still, it was pretty average and a bit stupid towards the end. compared to the film: I found the film a little bit better because I particularly liked and surprised the black and white scenes. When Jonas started to see colors, it was very cool. I didn't like the scenes where he developed feelings towards Fiona, because the actors couldn't embody it that well, but it can also be due to the age, which is why it is not a big criticism point. There wasn't a big climax here either, which is why it wasn't special. Summary OF tHe CHAPTERS Chapter one: In the first chapter you are first introduced to the life of the community. Jonas has memories of the past because he remembers a day when an airplane flew over the community because a pilot was still in practice. This frightens him. In the evening they sit together at the table and talk about their feelings that they had during the day. The father reports on his day of work in the nursery and tells something about a baby who is different from the others and therefore threatens to be released". They determine that the family agrees and the father asks permission for the infant to stay with them overnight. Chapter two: In the second chapter the question is clarified what "ceremony of. Twelve" is. At cermeony, everyone. of the right age gets their own chosen job. Jonas talks about it with his parents because it is an important part of his life. His father reports that he was very excited at the time. Since he was very often with children in his time, he was chosen to be a nurturer. Chapter three: The third chapter deals with the infant Gabriel. Jonas Father brings him home and Lily in particular is looking forward to him. Lily also says that she would like to be chosen as a birthmother. Her mother then explains that this is not a good idea because you only do this for three years and then go to work. Jonas is very absent at the time, thinking of something from the past and the rule that as soon as someone does something wrong, this rule is said again through the microphones, but does not point out the person who did something wrong. At the end he talks about a mistake he made. Jonas had once taken an apple and then the statement came that objects should not be moved from their current location. Chapter four: The fourth chapter is about Jonas' friends, that is Asher and Fiona. Together they visit the house of the elderly to prove their skills again and to show where their strengths and weaknesses are. In the chapter Jonas searches for Asher and finds his bike in front of the old man's house. Then he helped Asher and Fiona. Fiona also mentions that there was a publication before Joans stepped in and that it was about the life of the released person. At the end of the chapter, Jonas asked himself why no one was allowed to enter the release room. Chapter five: The fifth chapter is about the feelings called "stirrings". Every morning the so-called dream telling takes place and Jonas saw Fiona in his dream. In the dream he wanted to bathe Fiona, but she didn't want to and was just laughing. Jonas wanted it so badly that he was almost angry. During the conversation, his mother said that this was normal, but that he now had to take pills. She also mentioned that he has to take these for his entire life, until at some point he is too old and forget about them. Chapter six: The sixth chapter is about Lily's ceremony of eight. Jonas is not paying any attention to the matter because he finds it uninteresting and rather preparing for his day. The next day is the ceremony of the twelve. Chapter seven: In the seven chapters, the ceremony is definitely the focus, because the elevens get their assignments. Fiona got the assignment as caretaker for the elderly and Asher was appointed as deputy director for recreation. Jonas is initially happy because he is not getting the jobs that the others have. When it is his turn, he is skipped because the chief elder said "18, ... 20" and number 19 is simply skipped. Chapter eight: The eighth chapter is one of the most important, because the chief elder ends his assignment. Jonas is told that nothing was assigned to him, but that he was chosen. He also directed that he not only has one strength, but that he has all the abilities and that he was therefore chosen. The qualities to do the job are integrity, courage, wisdom and the ability to surpass yourself

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"The worst part of holding memories is not the pain. It's the loneliness of it. Memories need to be shared." -The Giver THE gIVER taBLE OF CONteNts 3 4 5-7 88 9. 10 11 12 13 14 15 Book vs Movie My review Summary of the chapters Characters and what they have to do with Jonas Diary entry Wanted poster Words = words? How would you like it if you lived in such a community? Alternative ending. Recreated book cover Crossword puzzle Book title: Author: Genre: GIVER Released: Pages: ill Price: SEARCH FOR TRUTH FIND FREEDOM JEFF BRIDGES MERYL STREEP WHAT IS THE BOOK/ MOVIE ABOUT? The book the giver is about the protagonist Jonas, who lives in a perfect world and is just before his ceremony. Unexpectedly, he is chosen as the custodian of memories and from that point on some things become clear to him, the world is not so perfect and his new job is not really easy. BRENTON THWAITES ALEXANDER SKARSGARD ODEYA RUSH KATIE HOLMES TAYLOR SWIFT THE GIVER BASED ON THE ACCLAIMED BEST-SELLER ENICE DAY EVE THEVENY ZA KATE HAS TANFORT AND TANIAN MACETERA ME SENGERANGAN The Giver. MAHAR Receive YourDestiny.org Lois Lowry youth novel, Dystopia 1993 136 9,99€ Movie title: Director: script: Released: Duration: Genre: My rating: Lois Lowry The Giver Klett English Editions ܬܐܬܐܬܐܬܐܬ The Giver Klett Phillip Noyce Robert B. Weide, Michael Mitnick 02/10/2014 1 h 40 min Sci-Fi my review In my opinion there are many psoitive, but also negative aspects. But let's first get to the plus the book,,The Giver", written by Lois Lowry, was published in 1993. I read it because we had the opportunity to read the book in English class and to create a reading diary. When we had read a small section...

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beforehand, it was immediately clear to me that I wanted to read the book, because I found the topic very interesting in itself and I wanted to know what happens next. The beginning appealed to me in any case and already in the first chapter I asked myself a lot of questions and really wanted to know how it would go on. With the chapters the questions cleared up and it was also interesting, especially the language was easy for me because it was easy to understand and I only had to look up vocabulary in between. The characters didn't really appeal to me because they didn't really have character traits. They had strengths and weaknesses, but they didn't have big differences. It was also quite monotonous, as everyone in the world does the same things and therefore there is no extreme climax. But since it is the case that everyone has the same rights, etc., there is no patriarchy and thus men * are not above women *, which I particularly like. Of. course, the individualities are still prevented, but this is still a plus because we live in a patriarchy and I definitely do not support this. We don't even need to talk about the ending because it just remained open and there is no second part. In addition, I didn't read the last chapters with pleasure because it got really boring. So I'm giving three stars out of five because the story got off to a good start and was creative in itself. Still, it was pretty average and a bit stupid towards the end. compared to the film: I found the film a little bit better because I particularly liked and surprised the black and white scenes. When Jonas started to see colors, it was very cool. I didn't like the scenes where he developed feelings towards Fiona, because the actors couldn't embody it that well, but it can also be due to the age, which is why it is not a big criticism point. There wasn't a big climax here either, which is why it wasn't special. Summary OF tHe CHAPTERS Chapter one: In the first chapter you are first introduced to the life of the community. Jonas has memories of the past because he remembers a day when an airplane flew over the community because a pilot was still in practice. This frightens him. In the evening they sit together at the table and talk about their feelings that they had during the day. The father reports on his day of work in the nursery and tells something about a baby who is different from the others and therefore threatens to be released". They determine that the family agrees and the father asks permission for the infant to stay with them overnight. Chapter two: In the second chapter the question is clarified what "ceremony of. Twelve" is. At cermeony, everyone. of the right age gets their own chosen job. Jonas talks about it with his parents because it is an important part of his life. His father reports that he was very excited at the time. Since he was very often with children in his time, he was chosen to be a nurturer. Chapter three: The third chapter deals with the infant Gabriel. Jonas Father brings him home and Lily in particular is looking forward to him. Lily also says that she would like to be chosen as a birthmother. Her mother then explains that this is not a good idea because you only do this for three years and then go to work. Jonas is very absent at the time, thinking of something from the past and the rule that as soon as someone does something wrong, this rule is said again through the microphones, but does not point out the person who did something wrong. At the end he talks about a mistake he made. Jonas had once taken an apple and then the statement came that objects should not be moved from their current location. Chapter four: The fourth chapter is about Jonas' friends, that is Asher and Fiona. Together they visit the house of the elderly to prove their skills again and to show where their strengths and weaknesses are. In the chapter Jonas searches for Asher and finds his bike in front of the old man's house. Then he helped Asher and Fiona. Fiona also mentions that there was a publication before Joans stepped in and that it was about the life of the released person. At the end of the chapter, Jonas asked himself why no one was allowed to enter the release room. Chapter five: The fifth chapter is about the feelings called "stirrings". Every morning the so-called dream telling takes place and Jonas saw Fiona in his dream. In the dream he wanted to bathe Fiona, but she didn't want to and was just laughing. Jonas wanted it so badly that he was almost angry. During the conversation, his mother said that this was normal, but that he now had to take pills. She also mentioned that he has to take these for his entire life, until at some point he is too old and forget about them. Chapter six: The sixth chapter is about Lily's ceremony of eight. Jonas is not paying any attention to the matter because he finds it uninteresting and rather preparing for his day. The next day is the ceremony of the twelve. Chapter seven: In the seven chapters, the ceremony is definitely the focus, because the elevens get their assignments. Fiona got the assignment as caretaker for the elderly and Asher was appointed as deputy director for recreation. Jonas is initially happy because he is not getting the jobs that the others have. When it is his turn, he is skipped because the chief elder said "18, ... 20" and number 19 is simply skipped. Chapter eight: The eighth chapter is one of the most important, because the chief elder ends his assignment. Jonas is told that nothing was assigned to him, but that he was chosen. He also directed that he not only has one strength, but that he has all the abilities and that he was therefore chosen. The qualities to do the job are integrity, courage, wisdom and the ability to surpass yourself