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Chapter 1-2 Questions
Number
Answer
1
The animals walk like animals and sleep in a barn. But the talk and had an organized meeting.
2

3
Old Major thinks that all men abuse animals the way Mr. Jones does. He also believes that no animal is a bad animal
4
Because they think that all of pigs know all so everyone listens to their orders.
5
Humans gave the ribbons to her.
6
The animals felt free. And they were happy that they were working for themselves.
7
What ever walks on 2 legs is a threat or an enemy
8

9
After the rebellion the animals were free and everything they worked for was for them instead of the farmer.

Chapter 3-4 Questions

Number
Answer
1
Everyone relied on themselves and would work together
2
The green on the flag symbols the fields of England and the hoofs and horns were the future republic of animals
3
They could never come to an agreement.
4
Four Legs Good, Two Legs Bad. It is good for the ones who aren't very smart because it gives the meaning of the commandments.
5
By being the bosses on what to do and how to do things.
6
He was changing to fit the pigs needs, and he was the persuader.
7
It is different because a person and an animal was killed and everybody but Mollie participated.
8
They both were proud to wear the Animal Hero First Class medals, but boxer also felt bad for killing a human.
9
The pigs have all the power and knowledge but they do the least amount of money.

Chapter 5-6 Questions

Number
Answer
1
She likes the things that humans give her.
2
Napoleon's dogs remove Snowball from the meeting, but Napoleon decides to build the windmill anyway.
3
They both were lives full of hard work. But Napoleon convinced the animals that their lives were fair.
4
They have been told that following Napoleon will keep Jones away.
5
Squealer tells everyone very good reasons of why certain things happen. I think this is propaganda.
6
Boxer is a hard working horse who always tries hard to make the farm a better place
7
He claims that Snowball stole his plans
8
No animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets. Squealer insists that no one had remembered the last two words.
9
Control

Chapter 7-8 Questions



Number
Answer
1
Napoleon makes everything seem good by blaming it on Snowball.
2
The hens no longer have there share of the foods.
3
The thought of Snowball is used to keep the animals in order because nobody wants to be chased out of the farm.
4
It shows that Napoleon is the leader and that if you do something to make him mad there will be punishment.
5
Colver I believe is singing the "Beasts of England" because she wants to rebel from Napoleon.
6
Napoleon says the rebellion is done but he really doesn't want the animals fighting against him.
7
Napoleon is consistently lieing through out Chapter 8 but the part that really got me was with all the lies about the lumber trade.
8

9



Chapter 9-10 Questions

Number
Answer
1
The stated purpose of the Spontaneous Demonstrations was to celebrated the struggles and triumphs of the farm but the real reason was to show praises to Napoleon.
2
Napoleon's purpose of allowing Moses to return to the farm was to give the animals something to live for. This is significant because it could also start rebellion thoughts against the pigs.
3
All of the other animals admire Boxer because of his hard work. The animals are lead to believe that Boxer was sent to a hospital to be healed but he was really going to be killed. When the animals see him leave in the Slaughter truck Squealer told them that the hospital got a new truck and haven't changed the sign.
4
The knacker represents good workers being mistreated by the government.
5
The two classes are the pigs and the rest of the farm. These came to be because the pigs made themselves leaders from the start and the other animals were left to follow. Over the course of time the pig's leading elevated them to a new higher status.





Socratic Seminar Questions


Number
Questions
1
What do you think influenced the pigs and the farm to rebel?
2




Examples of Propaganda


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