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The Giver
The Giver | Lois Lowry
Now a major motion picture! The Giver, the 1994 Newbery Medal winner, has become one of the most influential novels of our time. The haunting story centers on twelve-year-old Jonas, who lives in a seemingly ideal, if colorless, world of conformity and contentment. Not until he is given his life assignment as the Receiver of Memory does he begin to understand the dark, complex secrets behind his fragile community. This movie tie-in edition features cover art from the movie and exclusive Q&A with members of the cast, including Taylor Swift, Brenton Thwaites and Cameron Monaghan.
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JessNevertheless
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Had a change of reading plans and decided to read/listen to this book for the first time. I can only imagine the impact this story would have on the kids who read it in school. First book of #24in48 done and nails painted, overall a very productive morning. 🕓 4hrs 5 min. #readathon @24in48

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Geeklet
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A few days early but here‘s my pile o‘birthday books! I‘m doing a Malazan buddy read starting in September so let‘s hope I can handle finishing WoT while starting Malazan. The rest of it are just books I‘ve wanted for awhile. Sanderson might have to wait until later but that‘s okay. I‘m most excited for The Giver. I‘ve loved this book since I first read it as a child. I was shocked when I realized I didn‘t own it.

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Blueberry
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All three of these books start with all of one age of children sorted by characteristics into lifelong groups. I wonder if any of them were influenced or inspired by one of the others. It makes a great storyline but I think it has become overused.

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Lara.Tomme
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Read it in a day. It was a weird story, loved the concept though. Very interesting book.

Geeklet I‘ll always have a soft spot for this book. I don‘t know when I first read it, I‘m sure I was pretty young. It was my first dystopian novel and it gave me a lifelong love of the genre. 6d
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DMoux
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This Newbery award winning SF about a wise boy named Jonas living in a utopian society being controlled by The Elders‘ traditions and rules would be a great addition to a middle school classroom library. Through LC, students will be able to gain better understanding through group members sharing their interpretation of different topics such as the memories transferred to Jonas or the privilege of freedom that we have in the US!

DMoux http://www.walden.com/blog/the-giver-7-creative-classroom-activities/ Great link with 7 different classroom activities that optimize comprehension and community. UDL 5.1 allows for use of multiple media for communication which can be used in the 90 second video activity. ESOL strategy 38 can be used by assigning short readings for hw for the LC. #ucflae3414su19 1w
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MeaganM
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The Giver is a Newbery Winner. It is in the Science Fiction genre and is written by Lois Lowry. The Giver, while controversial, is a dystopian novel that intrigues young adult readers as it is about a young boy who is living in a world that promotes “sameness” in order for everyone to live in peace. After he inherits the memories, he starts seeing the world in a much different way. This novel would be a great way to teach Independent Reading.

MeaganM Https://www.readingrockets.org/article/independent-reading. The above website provides suggestions for fostering independent reading. While completing the IR, it is important to apply the EL strategy #6 of continually monitoring student comprehension. The UDL strategy 8.3 would require guiding information processing and visualization. This could be done with chunking certain parts of the novel. #ucflae3414su19 1w
galacticbees I've always loved this book. I read it so many times in elementary school. I think its a great book for kids to use in LCs because it sparks up some really great conversations about our morals. (edited) 1w
Dylanburgett This book is a true classic, so happy you put it on here. Great read! 4d
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laur89
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“How long before I get in?
Before it starts, before I begin?
How long before you decide?
Before I know what it feels like?”
-#SpeedofSound

This sounded like a conversation that Jonas and the Giver would have about memories. I always enjoy this one, even though it‘s a typical “school requirement” read!

#JulyColdplay

Eggs I enjoyed the whole collection. Great choice🤗 2w
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YeishaLee
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This is my favorite book of all time. I don‘t know if it‘s the controlled environment that intrigued me or the escape from the environment.

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Rissa1 One of my favorite books. 3w
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kplovesbooks
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⭐⭐⭐ It left me with a lot of questions. And I'm not sure that the dystopian society here is actually believable. But what a cliffhanger ending!! I immediately started reading book 2!

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kplovesbooks
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Finally diving into this classic!! 😎

Jeralyn One of my favorites! 3w
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voraciouspgturner
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Continuing with my #bookdiscoveries when I take the kids to the library, I picked up The Giver two days a go. Finished it today. Amazing! Why had I not read this before? Took a new group today, went straight to the shelf to get the second book. I‘m anticipating that I‘ll finish The Giver series in about a week or so #Library finds #loislowry

Jeralyn The giver is one of my all time favorites! 3w
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hdhubbard
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9/10 Very interesting and quite thought provoking. Well worth the read, I finished it in once sitting! Only reason for a 9 is that the ending is very abrupt with no closure. Read it, you'll probably like it!

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IR. Science fiction
This book is about a boy living in a society where everything is set and the same. He discovers that the community lacks individuality as he is given a very important task.
Newbery Medal
In depth resource guide- https://www.walden.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Giver_EdGuide_V4b.pdf
UDL- 8.3
EL- continually monitor students comprehension
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Alexisjordan5 I remember reading this in high school! It‘s a great book! 1mo
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hes7
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This book will always be one of my faves. #oldfavorite #30junebooks

lover.of.the.classics Yep! It‘s pretty good. 1mo
Jeralyn Definitely in the top 10 for me 1mo
Darklunarose My two eldest loves this book as well. 1mo
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BooknerdsLife Ah Mine too!!! Just read it couple of years ago but it's definitely my favorite! 🙌💖 1mo
teainthelibrary So, so good!! Think I might need to reread it! 1mo
Texreader Gathering Blue was my favorite in this series. 1mo
Blaire So good!! I reread the series a few years back. 1mo
marleed I love this book too! 1mo
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LiterRohde
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“Our people made that choice, the choice to go to Sameness. Before my time, before the previous time, back and back and back. We relinquished color when we relinquished sunshine and did away with difference. We gained control of many things. But we had to let go of others.”

#QuotsyJune19 | 3: #Uniform

📷: Made with Typorama

Geeklet I‘m now sitting on my bed in a panic trying to remember if I own The Giver. I don‘t think I do and that‘s a serious error on my behalf. 2mo
LiterRohde @Geeklet I just ordered the quartet omnibus edition. (edited) 2mo
rretzler Such a great series! 2mo
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audraelizabeth
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1. Tagged
2. It just felt incomplete like im not sure how to end this so ill leave it open ended.
3. Anyone who hasnt played, consider yourself tagged.

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Emma_Ryane_8
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I first read this book in about 4 grade and I thought it was amazing I have then had to read it 2 more times both for class but the first time was the best I couldn‘t read it more I don‘t know why it was just a one time book for me so I recommend but personally I suggest only reading it once

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TiffanyMichele
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This was a wonderful and quick read. The memories were delicious to read and I found myself lost in the flow ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.
I adore Gabe and Jonas‘ bond. I love the Gifter and Jonas‘ love for each other and I teared up and sighed in aw at the memories and the wonder and rawness that Jonas encounters.
The ending is an open one, but I choose to believe that it ends well. 🤗💘📖

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TiffanyMichele
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This edition of the giver quartet is STUNNING😍✨.
So excited to see where the first book takes me 💫. —although I have been spoiled a lil bit in regards to the ending, I am actually a little grateful for that. Helps me prepare myself mentally for death or the like and I end up enjoying the story more. IE Star Wars Rogue One. I absolutely loved that movie because I knew they were all going to die and I prepared myself! Win win!—

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EmilieGR
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This book, at the age I read it, make me rethink everything I knew- opened my world up wide

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Rissa1
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Sounds of laughter, shades of life
Are ringing through my opened ears
Inciting and inviting me
Limitless undying love
Which shines around me like a million suns
It calls me on and on across the universe

#BeatleMaynia @Eggs

Eggs Brilliant 3mo
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Kayla.Adriena
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@erzascarletbookgasm Congratulations You are the winner of my first ever #SpringhassprungGiveaway!! Please email me your address at Kayla dot Adriena at gmail dot com!!

erzascarletbookgasm Oh my goodness! Thank you!! I‘ll drop you an email! 😍 3mo
Kaye Congrats to you @erzascarletbookgasm 🌟🌟🌟🎈🎈🎈 3mo
Kayla.Adriena @erzascarletbookgasm oh one more thing is your Litsy TBR up to date? Or could you include in the email your top 3 most wanted books?! Thanks!! 3mo
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JoScho Yay @erzascarletbookgasm ❤️❤️❤️ 3mo
erzascarletbookgasm I‘ve sent you an email, Kayla! ❤️ 3mo
AmyG Congrats! Yay @erzascarletbookgasm 🎉🎉🎉 3mo
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Icarus_Vikrant
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Amazing.

wanderinglynn Welcome to Litsy! 👋🏻 3mo
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rretzler Welcome to Litsy! 📖 I loved this book. Have you read the rest of the series? (edited) 3mo
Darklunarose Welcome to litsy 3mo
Kaye 💕 3mo
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she_isthe_arrow
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I binge read this book today. Surprisingly this was my first time and I don't know if I'm entirely upset I didn't have to read it in school. I don't know if I would've appreciated it as much as I do now. I guess that's kind of a point made in the book itself, experiences inform thoughts. 7/5🌟

RadicalReader The movie is also excellent 3mo
she_isthe_arrow You know I watched the movie a few years ago when it came out and loved it then. I'm sure I'd still like it after reading the book to with a few comments here and there about the book being better. 😜 3mo
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kayleaallison
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“The worst part of holding the memories is not the pain. It‘s the loneliness of it. Memories need to be shared.”

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kayleaallison
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The Giver is a modern fantasy book by Lois Lowry. It is about a young boy named Jonas who is given a job as the Receiver of Memory. He begins to understand the dark secrets behind his community.

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Madimccrady22
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“It was against the rules for children or adults to look at another‘s nakedness; but the rule did not apply to newborn children or the old.”

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Madimccrady22
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There are examples of foreshadowing in the Giver and is very popular to young readers.

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Madimccrady22
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The giver by Lois Lowry was published in 1993 and is a modern fantasy book. This is a book written from the point of view of Jonas who is an eleven year old boy that is living in a futuristic society. At age twelve every member of the society is given a job based on their abilities and interests. When children grow up family units dissolve and adults live together with childless adults until they are to old to function in society.

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KristenDuck
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In a society set far into the future, everyone has a set path. At one year old, babies are assigned to families, at nine years old, you earn a bicycle, but most importantly, at twelve years old, you are given your set career.

Jonas is different from the rest - after showing courage, honesty, and high intellect, Jonas is to become The Receiver, learning the emotions of people from years before.

Is it better to be ignorant of these extremes?

ShyBookOwl Loved this when I was 12. Re-read it last summer... it held up! Great read. 3mo
Kaila-ann One of my childhood faves ❤️. 3mo
Angela_TheBookNerdess This is such a great book, I think they made a movie of it. I remember it not being anywhere as good, nor as nuanced as the book. 3mo
biblioskye Love it!!! 3mo
KristenDuck @ShyBookOwl and @Kaila-ann I never had to read it as a kid!! But I‘m glad I found it as an adult 3mo
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dayuso1
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The Giver by Lois Lowry (F) is a classic Newbery winner that has won children's attention for years. It tells the story of 12 year old Jonas who lives in an "ideal" society that slowly unravels before him when he is selected for an internship under the current Receiver of Memory. What Jonas finds is that the world is more colorful when people are truly human. This is a great book for LCs because it can spark great discussion. #lae3414sp19

dayuso1 ESOL students would benefit from Think Pair Share in order to think about what it would be like to like in Jonas's world (ESOL 10). For Recruiting Interest, teachers can begin the unit with a preview of what Jonas's world looks like and give them an opportunity to think about how it would affect them if they grew up like him (UDL 7.2). 3mo
dayuso1 One great extension activity can be found at the following link. Students participate in Project-Based Learning to build their own Utopia. https://www.middleweb.com/22092/build-your-own-utopia-the-giver-pbl-unit/ 3mo
MNelson98 I almost did this book for one of my posts! It‘s a great novel that students will absolutely love. It‘s a perfect choice for LC 3mo
WoodsKatie I also did this book and it was a great book in school and a great book for a LC! Love your information! 3mo
Zmohammad Loved reading this book and watching the mo vie after. Definitely a good book for engaging students in higher level thinking. 3mo
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LaGasseSam1996
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The Giver is a SF book written by Lois Lowry and has received the Newberry award. I feel like this novel would do well in a LC setting. I feel students would enjoy reading it together and talking about it. This book is about a utopian society that turns out to not be as “utopian” as it seemed. #LAE3414sp19

LaGasseSam1996 If this book is being used in a LC setting UDL 6.2 and 6.1 would be an excellent choice for this book. Students would have to set their own goals (6.1) and then they would have to plan out how long it would take them to reach the goal they set (6.2). 3mo
LaGasseSam1996 ESOL 10 would have to be taught before putting the students in a LC. For a literature circle to be an effective one students need to be able to share their thoughts and feelings on the book 3mo
LaGasseSam1996 http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/memories-matter-g... this lesson plane from ReadWriteThink has students thinking about the importance of memories. This lesson plans will have students gathering items from newspapers, interviews, and even their own history to show the importance our memory. 3mo
DrSpalding I am happy to see that you read this book again. My children read it in third grade and I thought it was a bit early however we were able to discuss many aspects of the story and I think it was an opportunity for growth! Literature circles would be best however you could also read it aloud. 3mo
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karamank
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The Giver by Lois Lowry is such an incredible SF book and was awarded the Newbery Medal. It highlights ESOL strategy # 2 and UDL principle # 8.3.
I remember being assigned this book to read in school and thought it was very interesting especially how the author wrote it based on her father, who had lost his long term memory.

karamank I would use this book in my classroom as a LC book. I think it would be the perfect book to have students discuss and share their thoughts on together. Some great lesson plans to go along with this story are located here: https://www.varsitytutors.com/englishteacher/the-giver-lesson-plans #lae3414sp19 3mo
DrSpalding Another favorite by Lois! This is a quality book being that it won the award and would work well in a fourth or fifth grade class. Honestly this could be read all the way through high school. You take different meaning from the story as you age. 3mo
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WoodsKatie
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The Giver, written by Lois Lowry, is a classic (SF) story about a utopian society vs Elsewhere, which is everywhere else. The focus is on Jonas, his family, and the society he lives in. As he is growing, he is more curious and it goes beyond the utopia.

WoodsKatie This book is full of adventure and is a great book in middle school classes as a LC. Even though it is an older book, it is a Newbery Award winner and can still be relevant for students today. The book satisfies UDL guidelines 3.2 and 6.1 as well as ESOL strategies 1 and 10. Scholastic has a lesson played out for middle schools students. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/giver-lesson-p... #LAE3414sp19 3mo
DrSpalding This book takes on a whole new meaning when you read it as an adult. Good resource. In fact it‘s an excellent resource. 3mo
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Haleysantucci
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The giver by Louis Lowery is by far one of my favorite science fiction books, it has won a Newbery award. When I was in fifth grade we read this book in literature circles and it was an amazing experience, I would do the same strategy in my classroom. The book is set in a society that tries to make everyone the same, same clothes same beliefs and same attitudes.

Haleysantucci This society has eliminated things such as color, emotions, and job preferences in order to keep peace among everyone. Jonah, the main character, is given the job to be the memory bearer and is in for many surprises. This book has many twists and turns. I highly recommend reading it and/or implementing a reading lesson on it in your classroom. 3mo
Haleysantucci I would utilize USL principle 9.1 by listing the expectations for each literature circle so that each student knew what they were doing and were motivated to get it done. I would also utilize the ESOL strategy 16 because the ESOL students would be working in groups and practicing listening, speaking, reading, and writing. 3mo
Haleysantucci https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/giver-lesson-p.... This is a great scholastic lesson plan that has students analyze conflict, resolution, climax and other story components. #LAE3414sp19 3mo
sydneydaniels This looks like a great book. Definitely one I would like to check out! 3mo
DrSpalding I see some minor errors… Universal design for learning principal… 3mo
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wmaxflowers
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”The Giver” is a Newbery award winning science fiction (SF) book. This book follows the story of a boy named Jonas who lives in a seemingly perfect world. Throughout the book he comes to learn the true secrets of this world, and sets-out to escape/fix it. This would be a good book for an independent reading (IR) or lit circle (LC). #LAE3414sp19

wmaxflowers Lesson plan:
http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/memories-matter-g...
I wouldn‘t recommend this lesson plan for students younger than 5th grade. This lesson plan would align well with UDL principle 3.2 and ESOL 50
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DrSpalding Read write think is an excellent resource! I agree that this would be better for middle school. Explain your strategies and principles! 3mo
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caldwellalex95
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Lois Lowry's "The Giver" is a science fiction (SF) novel suitable for readers that may be teenagers or young adults. This story could be read in a literature circle (LC), or independently (IR). "The Giver" is about a young boy named Jonas, who describes his world as "perfect"; however, once Jonas turns 12, he receives special training from The Giver. The Giver holds memories of the pain and pleasure life has to offer. The Giver is brutally honest

caldwellalex95 with Jonas, and Jonas begins to realize that his life will change forever. After conducting some research, I was able to locate a fun activity for students to complete for 'The Giver". On the "Reading is Fundamental" website, there is a word search for students to do. The word search is printable and interactive, and it is guaranteed to extend student learning. Students will find and circle words across, down, and diagonally. ESOL strategy #23, 3mo
caldwellalex95 and UDL's language and symbols strategy (2.1) pertain to this word search activity. "The Giver" is an absorbing and fascinating novel! I have not read another book that resembles this story. If you are a fan of science fiction, pick up this good read! #LAE3414SP19 www.rif.org/literacy-central/material/giver-word-search 3mo
caldwellalex95 Also, "The Giver" has won the Newbery Award! 3mo
Olsonashley19 One of my favorite LC books when I was in high school! The movie is also a must see. 3mo
KAdudu This is one of my all time favorite book. I remember reading this in middle school. 3mo
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The Giver (SF) by Lois Lowry, a John Newbery Winner, would be a great book to do a Literature Circle (LC) with. In this science fiction novel, a 12 year old boy named Jonas lives in a world where everyone looks the same and everyone is without emotions or feeling. Jonas receives the Assignment of Receiver of Memory, which is the person that holds past memories and all emotions. The original Receiver of the Memory teaches Jonas about emotions and

Edenmonet he wants to leave where he lives to live a better life. Students can fill out a graphic organizer at the end of each chapter with their lit circles to ensure their comprehending the topics in the book. The UDL principles is 8.3, fostering collaboration and community. The ESOL strategy used is 6, continually monitor students‘ comprehension. 3mo
alexandracarpenter This book is crazy good and I liked the UDL that you chose to go along with it! 3mo
Haleysantucci This was my absolute favorite book growing up! I read the second one in the series but haven‘t read the third one! I like the idea of using the graphic organizer at the end of each chapter, I think that that would be really helpful for comprehension! Thanks for the lesson plan! 3mo
DrSpalding This is a fabulous book and when you read it as an adult it takes on a whole new meaning. 3mo
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This Newbery winning SF novel is about a boy named Jonas who lives a so-called perfect world where everything is controlled by strict rules. This novel questions what is right or wrong for society, and how differences and choices make life good. Jonas is assigned to an important position in the community and is the only one who learns the truth about the past. This book would work well as an IR.

kkimmelman UDL 2.1 would be important to understand deep level symbols within the text. ESOL 6 would pair well with this UDL in order to be sure students are comprehending the symbols and meanings written. This lesson http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/memories-matter-g... would be excellent to tie in at the end of reading. #LAE3414sp19 4mo
DrSpalding A much better resource here! 3mo
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Carinna.Chin
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John Newberry winner, RF discusses many issues pertaining to human connection. My teachers did this as a RA in 5th grade! But I will go with author study. http://loislowry.com is a great resource. UDL- highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas and relationships. EL- teach questioning for clarification. #LAE3414sp19

DrSpalding Going straight to the author‘s website is a wise choice. 3mo
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Literaturenut
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This book seemed more like an interesting thought experiment than a moving story to me. Perhaps that‘s the result of an adult reading a children‘s book. There is certainly a lack of depth that is age appropriate, but left me wanting.

#AuthorsNamesStartWithTheSameLetter #PopSugarReadingChallenge #18of65 #audiobook

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BooknerdsLife
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1. The Giver - such a beautiful book, it touches both my daughter‘s & my heart so deeply. I highly recommend anyone to read it no matter what your favourite genre is!
2. Yes ...when I remember 🤣
3. I think our highest was 23C or 73F (?)
4. I love eating hot fudge soft serve ice cream sundae with French fries (won‘t work with those big fat Aussie chips)
5. Hello & Happy Friday to my Litsy Fam👋👋💕🙌🏼📚💓
#FriYayintro #booknerd #Littens

wordzie 💝The Giver 4mo
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Andrea313 So perfect for this prompt! ❤️❤️❤️ 4mo
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Literaturenut
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Another day, another Libby hold comes in. This one has been on my TBR for at least a decade. #currentlylistening

Soubhiville It‘s great! Enjoy! 4mo
BooknerdsLife Love this book so much! 💓Didn‘t know there‘s an audio book ☺️ 4mo
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Whimsical.Curiosity
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Happy Birthday Lois Lowry!

“He knew that there was no quick comfort for emotions like those. They were deeper and they did not need to be told. They were felt.” The Giver

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BlazinHoney
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Loved 💕 reminded me a lot of Brave New World #dystopiansaremyfav

TieDyeDude One of my all time favorite books. I just read the graphic novel adaptation. I've never tried the audio before. 4mo
BlazinHoney @TieDyeDude I think I will read it next! How was the graphic novel?? Although Jonas‘ voice was annoying at times, the audiobook kept me engaged 4mo
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NiaJoie
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wordzie
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1. Summer 🌞
2. Idk they're all so pretty 🌸. Maybe roses, they come in so many colors.
3. The Giver because the boy has to hold all the memories of the community and spring holds so many diverse colors and scents it would be sad 😢 not to experience them all.
4. Allergic to: Dust. Drastic and rapid changes of weather. Places where books cannot be read.
5. Sending ❤ back at you @robinb thx for the tag!

wordzie Can someone pls tell me a good app to use for making pic collages to put on Litsy? 😕 4mo
Ash.on.the.line I know a few people on here use pic collage though I‘m sure there are many! 😊 hope this helps! 4mo
wordzie @Ash.on.the.line so pic collage is the name of the app? Lol. 4mo
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Avanders Lol your question begged the answer @wordzie 😜 (app called pic collage) 4mo
wordzie @Avanders 😁😁 4mo
robinb I use Pic Collage and also Collage. There are probably more...I just haven‘t investigated them. 🤷🏻‍♀️😊 4mo
wordzie 👌 😎 thx! @robinb 4mo
robinb @wordzie great job! 👍🎉👏 4mo
wordzie @robinb ikr ty! 💃I realized that I had too many pics in my gallery and the new ones weren't popping up when I tried to post them. So my pic collage app was working fine...it was me. 4mo
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steoste
The Giver | Lois Lowry
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Even though this is a young adult book, and by that I mean very young, it is one of my all time favorites. I've read it several times and it never weakens. A must read. If I ever make one of those '100 books to read before you die' type lists this will absolutely be on it.

BooknerdsLife Couldn‘t have agreed with you more! 🙌🏼💜 I think this book touches people of all ages on a different level, a Must read and a I totally need a reread too! 4mo
steoste @BooknerdsLife exactly!💕 4mo
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