Presentation on theme: "ANIMAL FARM ANSWERS CHAPTER 3. 1. eThe principles upon which Animal Farm is founded are immediately broken in the pursuit of power. 2. c, dStalin is ruthless,"— Presentation transcript:
1. eThe principles upon which Animal Farm is founded are immediately broken in the pursuit of power. 2. c, dStalin is ruthless, power hungry, serves his own ends and is practical. Trotsky is a visionary, enthusiastic, lateral-thinking and serves the greater community. 3. dThe KGB was founded to carry out the government’s wishes. 4. bThe hammer stood for industry and the sickle for the workers. The hoof and the horn stand for all the animals on the farm, but is a parody of the Russian flag. 5. aIn theory it is successful but human nature is its downfall.
6. cThis was first planned through many educational committees. 7. aHe (Boxer) represents the loyal Russian worker. 8. eHe (Squealer) manipulates public communications to put matters favourably. 2. PROPAGANDA LiesA statement a person makes that they know is untrue / false. Half-truthsA statement that is only partly true. Pinpointing the enemyTo find or identify someone as the enemy.
InnuendoIndirect reference to something insulting or rude. Smear campaignAn organized attempt to damage a person’s reputation by spreading rumours about them. Illogical conclusionA conclusion that does not make sense / reasoned incorrectly. RumourInformation that spreads to a lot of people but may not be true / rumour can inflict harm. DisinformationUntrue information / twisted information (facts or knowledge) to fit your own purpose.
2.2.1To show that, as friends, they are all part of the same vision. 2.2.2The pigs are selfish and they like apples. Squelar said that they are not selfish and that they do not like apples. 2.2.3The terms are ironic because they are true / reality. 2.2.4He uses science as his outside expert. 2.2.5The pigs are more intelligent than the rest of the animals. 2.2.6He excludes the other animals’ contribution to the running of the farm. 2.2.7Yes it is sinister. They begin to check on the animals to entrench (to entrench an idea or image is to fix it firmly in your mind) their power.
2.2.8He gives them the answers he requires through his questions. 2.2.9Jones will not necessarily return if the pigs fail in their duties. 2.2.10He distracts the animals from thinking about the logic of his arguments.