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Title: The Giver by Lois Lowry Day 2


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Warm Up Diagramming compound subjects
predicates. Copy the following examples in
your NB.
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Three Subjects
  •      Juanita, Federica, and Celso are working.

4
Diagramming compound predicates. Copy
examples in your NB.
  • Compound predicate     The cat howled and
    scratched ferociously. 
  •    
  • What part of speech is ferociously?

5
Compound subject and compound predicate
  • Juanita and Celso worked hard and then rested. 
    What part of speech are hard then?

6
Diagram the following sentences in your notebook.
  • 1. John and Sam ran.
  • 2. Patti, Rob and Paul jumped.
  • 3. Robert laughed and played.
  • 4. Jonathan ran, laughed and played.
  • 5. John and Sally studied hard and then played.

7
The Giver Project
  • A utopia is defined as a perfect place.
  • In the novel The Giver, Jonas lives in a utopian
    world designed to provide food, shelter and
    safety to the people of the community.
  • Your project is to design your own utopian
    community, your perfect world.
  • What would it look like? What would life be like
    for the people who live in your community?
  • What would be special about your community that
    would make other people want to join it?

8
  • Your project will include information about the
    following 10 areas.
  • Under each category, you must supply enough
    information to inform others
  • of your community and entice them to join.
  • Government Every community needs laws, otherwise
    there would be chaos.
  • Education School is a way of preparing kids to
    be successful members of the community.
  • Family Think about the families in your utopian
    community.
  • Housing Neighborhoods/Individual family
    dwellings
  • Employment Think about the jobs people must have
    to help your community function.
  • Money Is there a system of money in your
    community?
  • Transportation How do people get around in your
    community? Is there a system of mass transit? Why
    or why not?
  • Environment/Climate Think about where you would
    have your community built.
  • Recreation What is recreation like in your
    community?
  • Technology How does your community view
    technology?

9
  • Your project will include information about the
    following 8 areas.
  • Under each category, you must supply enough
    information to inform others
  • of your community and entice them to join.
  • Government Every community needs laws, otherwise
    there would be chaos.
  • Education School is a way of preparing kids to
    be successful members of the community.
  • Family Think about the families in your utopian
    community.
  • Housing Neighborhoods/Individual family
    dwellings
  • Employment Think about the jobs people must have
    to help your community function.
  • Money Is there a system of money in your
    community?
  • Transportation How do people get around in your
    community? Is there a system of mass transit? Why
    or why not?
  • Environment/Climate Think about where you would
    have your community built.

10
Additional Information
  • You must give your community a name.
  • Design a flag for your community. Think about
    color symbolism.
  • Draw an overview map of your community. Label
    the following
  • Houses
  • Schools
  • Businesses
  • Roads
  • Government buildings
  • Recreation areas
  • Any other areas that are important to your
    community

11
Be Creative and Unique. You will be presenting
your communities to the class. The goal of the
presentation is to persuade the people in your
class to be part of your community. You will
receive a grade for the actual project and a
grade for your presentation to the class.
12
Project Presentation Rubric
  • Content
  • 4-Excellent coverage and information from all 10
    required areas.
  • 3-Good coverage and information on all 10
    required areas but lacks some essential
  • information.
  • 2- Does not cover information for all 10 required
    areas. Content given is acceptable.
  • 1- Content is minimal for the required 10
    required areas.
  • Preparedness
  • 4-Completely prepared and shows obvious
    preparation for presentation.
  • 3-Prepared but might have needed a couple more
    rehearsals.
  • 2- Somewhat prepared, but it is clear that
    rehearsal was lacking.
  • 1-Not prepared to present.
  • Volume
  • 4-Volume is loud enough to be heard by all
    audience members throughout the presentation.
  • 3-Volume is loud enough to be heard by all
    audience members at least 90 of the time.
  • 2-Volume is loud enough to be heard by all
    audience members at least 80 of the time.
  • 1-Volume often too soft to be heard by all
    audience members.

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Project Rubric (B2 B4)
Creativity (3) Completeness (3) Spelling/Grammar/ Organization (3)
Government
Education
Family
Housing
Employment
Money
Transportation
Environment/Climate
Recreation
Technology
Additional Information name, flag, map
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Project Rubric (B1)
Creativity (3) Completeness (3) Spelling/Grammar/ Organization (3)
Government
Education
Family
Housing
Employment
Money
Transportation
Environment/Climate
Name
Map
Flag
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