The Perfect Society!

 A WebQuest on The Giver: A Novel by Lois Lowry

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Audio Evaluation Analysis

  1. Choose and listen to one of the interviews of: The Giver or Jonas' father. Answer the questions and submit the form. Summarize your answers and add them to your progress report journal (20 points).

Investigator's first and last name   

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1. When did you first meet Jonas?

2. What subjects did you talk about?

3. Did Jonas ask many questions? If so please tell me what they were.

4. How often did you talk to Jonas?

5. Did Jonas mention any dissatisfaction with the way things were?

If so what did he say?

6. Was Jonas a happy boy? What made you say that?

Did he show any signs of joy or unhappiness?

7. Did Jonas question things (not accept things as they are?

If so what did he question (not accept)?

8. What did you think of Jonas as a boy?

9. What good qualities did he have?

Did he have any negative qualities? What were they?

10. Why do you think he did what he did?



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  1. Evaluate the content of the interview according to the following criteria (20 points). Summarize your findings and add the information to your team progress report journal.


Evaluation for the audio analysis


Aspect of work


Weak (5 points)


Fair (10 points)


Perfect (15 points)



Question and answer interview of one of the members of the community who had contact with Jonas



Only five of the questions were answered.


Eight of the questions were answered.


All ten of the questions were answered.






No findings stated


One or two findings  stated



Three or four findings clearly stated




Only one or two  suggestions made


Only three suggestions were made.


More than four suggestions made






Many grammar mistakes


Only one or two grammar mistakes



No grammar mistakes

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Updated May 1, 2005