5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What was Jonas's dream about? What did his mother and father say about It?
- 10 years old; haircut
- What happened when Jonas's number should have been called? What did Jonas think?
- 3 years old; acquisition of correct language
- What was unusual about Jonas and the new child?
- a He was trying to convince Fiona to let him take care of her, that he was experiencing feelings & they needed to be controlled
- b no longer a child; shorter hair makes the children feel more responsible and lose the childlike bows
- c learn to be precise with words and fit into community standards of clear language
- d When the chief didn't call his # he thought she made a mistake, but she never made a mistake so he asked himself "What did he do wrong?"
- e they had blue eyes
5 Multiple choice questions
- are awarded to families that have been deemed suitable by the Elders
- learn to comfort themselves and learn independence
- it turned red
- they have all the babies of the community/ her parents think it is not an honorable assignment
- a deep, sickening feeling of something terrible about to happen
5 True/False questions
What fascinated Jonas about his father? → Assistant Director of Recreation
Why was the Ceremony of Twelve so important? → it was a big celebration, and speeches were given on his behalf
How did Jonas decide he felt? What was causing this feeling? → when he sneaked a look at the list of names because his father broke the rules
What were the two occasions when release was not punishment? → it was a big celebration, and speeches were given on his behalf
12 years old; last ceremony; will receive adult assignments → no longer a child, will learn how they can work in their community to make it better and learn to take their role in the community