The Giver Book by Lois Lowry Presentation by Cam B.

Here we have a MindMap about Lois Lowry's wonderful book: The Giver. I strongly recommend reading the book before viewing all of this map.

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1. Positions

1.1. Nurturer

1.2. Elder

1.3. The Reciever

1.3.1. Requires: Integrity Intelligence Courage Wisdom The ability to see beyond

1.3.2. Contains Physical Pain

1.3.3. Allowed to lie

1.3.4. If he wants to see something he just has to ask

1.4. Laborer

1.5. Doctor

1.6. Birthingmother

1.7. Recreation Director

1.8. Rehabilitation Director

1.9. Instructor

1.10. Department of Justice Worker

1.11. Pilot

1.12. Chief Elder

1.12.1. Elected every ten years

1.13. Fish Hatchery Attendant

1.14. Assistant Director of Recreation

1.15. Doctor

1.16. Caretaker of the Old

1.17. Reciever of Memory

1.18. One

1.19. Two

1.20. Three

1.21. Four

1.22. Five

1.23. Six

1.24. Seven

1.25. Eight

1.26. Nine

1.27. Ten

1.28. Eleven

1.29. Twelve

1.30. Attendant

1.31. Old

1.32. Committee of Elders

2. Characters

2.1. Jonas

2.1.1. New reciever

2.1.2. Sees red first

2.1.3. Has real feelings

2.2. Lily

2.2.1. Jonas's brother

2.3. Father

2.3.1. Father to Jonas and Lily

2.4. Mother

2.5. Asher

2.5.1. Jonas' best friend

2.6. Katya

2.6.1. Jonas' father's sister

2.7. Gabriel

2.7.1. Comes with Jonas to Elsewhere

2.8. Fiona

2.8.1. Is pictured during Jonas' first stirring

2.8.2. Has red hair

2.9. Roberto

2.10. Phillipa

2.11. Bruno

2.12. Caleb

2.12.1. Died and is replaced

2.13. Fritz

2.14. Pierre

2.15. Benjamin

2.16. The Giver

2.16.1. The Receiver before Jonas

2.16.2. Father of Rosemary

2.16.3. Has real feelings along with Jonas

2.17. Rosemary

2.17.1. self-possesed

2.17.2. serene

2.17.3. Intelligent

2.17.4. eager-to-learn

2.17.5. failed reciever

2.17.6. Daughter of the Giver

3. Rules

3.1. Have to Share Feelings

3.2. Only 2 Children

3.2.1. Male

3.2.2. Female

3.3. Only 3 Transgressions

3.4. No teaching Eights or below how to ride a bike

3.4.1. Is commonly broken

3.5. No Bragging

3.6. Snacks are to be eaten not hoarded

3.7. No lying

3.7.1. Includes accidental

3.8. No stealing

3.9. No leaving the dwelling at night

4. Rituals

4.1. Sharing of Feelings

4.2. Ceremony of Twelves

4.3. Ceremony of Release

4.3.1. elderly

4.3.2. newchild

4.3.3. punishment

4.3.4. Lethal Injection

4.4. Ceremony of Ones

4.4.1. Ones are awarded their comfort object

4.5. The Naming

4.6. Assignment

4.7. Ceremony of Nines

4.7.1. Awarding of Bikes

4.7.2. Girls get ribbons removed

4.8. Ceremony of Eights

4.8.1. Comfort object revoked

4.9. Ceremony of Sevens

4.9.1. Awarded front-buttoned jacket

4.10. Ceremony of Loss

4.10.1. When someone dies

4.11. Murmur-of-Replacement Ceremony

4.11.1. What happens when a replacement child is awarded

4.12. Matching of Spouses

5. Places

5.1. Nurturing Center

5.2. Birthing Center

5.3. Rehabilitation Center

5.4. Childcare Center

5.5. Central Plaza

5.6. Auditorium

5.6.1. Where public meetings are held

5.7. Food Distribution

5.8. House of the Old

5.8.1. Hall of Open Records?

5.9. Hall of Open Records

5.10. Releasing Room

5.11. Elsewhere

5.12. Department of Bicycle Repair

5.12.1. Constantly relocated

5.13. Sameness

5.14. The Annex

5.14.1. Where the Receiver stays

6. Objects+Other

6.1. pills

6.2. Ribbons for Girls

6.3. front-buttoned jacket

6.3.1. symbolizes first steps into independance

6.4. Bicycle

6.5. Book of Rules

6.6. Memories

6.7. Sameness

6.8. Climate Control

6.9. Seeing-Beyond

6.10. Volunteer Hours

6.11. Planes

7. Memories

7.1. Sledding down a hill (different times)

7.1.1. Painful

7.1.2. Unpainful

7.2. Warfare

7.2.1. Civil War

7.3. Sunburn

7.4. Sailing

7.5. Rainbow

7.6. Poachers and Elephant

8. Things from Memories

8.1. Sled

8.2. Sailboar

8.3. Elephant

8.4. Rainbow

8.5. Colors

8.5.1. Red

8.5.1.1. First color seen by Jonas

8.5.2. Green

8.6. Horses

8.7. Guns

8.8. Death

8.9. Snow