JUNO OF TARIS BY FLEUR BEALE YEAR 11 NOVEL STUDY EXTERNAL. JUNO QUIZ HOW WELL DID YOU READ THE BOOK? Who wrote the novel? 2. What is T aris? How old is it? 3. How many people live on Taris? 4. What does Juno enjoy doing? 5. Who are the Governance Companions? 6. Describe Juno’s family.
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BY FLEUR BEALE
YEAR 11 NOVEL STUDY
HOW WELL DID YOU READ THE BOOK?
Who wrote the novel?
2. What is Taris? How old is it?
3. How many people live on Taris?
4. What does Juno enjoy doing?
5. Who are the Governance Companions?
6. Describe Juno’s family.
7. What does Hilto do to Juno?
8. Explain the process of having a baby on Taris.
9. Who is Marba?
10. What forbidden thing does Juno’s grandmother Grif have?
11. How does Juno interfere with her parent’s baby plans?
12. Who won the swimming race?
13. On Taris what does a white flower refer to?
14. What does compliant mean?
15. What is Juno’s sisters name?
16. What is unusual about Hera?
17. What does Vima do that is rebellious?
In groups you will be allocated a number of chapters.
You need to re-read those chapters and write a short plot summary for each as well as write down key quotes from the chapter with page references.
We will publish these on the wall for you to refer to through the unit.
Think about all of the things you would like to change about this world.
e.g. Too many people / not enough food / weather etc.
Imagine that you can create your own world.
What would you do?
How would you make the world better?
What problems can you see occurring?
Any real or imaginary society, place or state considered to be perfect or ideal.
This is what Taris attempts to be.
One of the big ideas in this novel is that of:
The control of the government over the rights of the individual.
- give examples of this in the book
- How goes Juno’s character relate to this idea?