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Animal Farm By George Orwell “All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.” Allegory - Satire - Fable February 4-7, 2014 Tuesday through Friday
UEQ: How can an author’s use of allegory promote social change? LEQ: How does George Orwell’s structure in chapters 3 and 4 communicate allegorical meaning? Key Words: Dramatic irony Propaganda Satire Characterization Plot events Utopia/dystopia
Vocabulary ch 4 Context Clues Bellringer: 5 minutes With your group, write a sentence that gives a context clue for each vocabulary word in chapter 4. Underline the vocab word within the sentence twice, and underline the context clue once. Make each sentence contain interesting and specific words. (if all do, 1 pt. bonus overall.)
Animal Farm Chapter 4: Key Vocabulary Tractable: easily handled or worked Irrepressible: an uncontrollable feeling or thing ignominious : (adjective) marked by shame or disgrace posthumously: (adjective) continuing after one's death contemptible: pitiful, worthless; deserving of scorn
Bellringer: Vocabulary Application 1. The cranky clerk _________allowed the patron to leave the store. 2. The lack of production and excessive vacation days only support how ________the employee was.
Activity #3: Literary Analysis Challenge Review 1. Develop a topic sentence that uses part of the prompt and addresses why Napoleon’s action is ironic. 2. Develop 1-3 sentences that explain and gives evidence to prove the topic sentence. Prompt—In chapter 3 of AF, Napoleon takes the nine puppies who are newly weaned to “educate them.” Considering points against the humans in Old Major’s speech, how is this action ironic?
In George Orwell’s Animal Farm chapter 3, Napoleon’s action of taking the 9 puppies to “educate them” is ironic because it is similar to the action of the humans which Old Major claimed to be wrong. In his speech, Old Major reminds Clover of the cruel way that the humans have taken away her foals for their own purposes. Similarly, Napoleon takes away the puppies from their mothers, for his own purpose of “indoctrinating” them in his viewpoints.
Activity 4: Writing Prompt Response Practice: Write a topic sentence for the following prompt: Discuss how Orwell uses two kinds of irony in chapter 3 of Animal Farm. Identify the “implicit” and “explicit” controlling ideas.
Activity 5: Close Reading Chapter 4 Take turns reading aloud; read one paragraph; be prepared to pause to discuss literary techniques
Activity 6: Plot Summary of Events Chapter 4 (add to back of study guide ch. 4.)
Activity #7: Study Guide Chapter 4 1.Work with your group to find the answers to each question. 2.Document the page number on which you find the answers.
Friday: Writing Lab Work on final draft of fable; print a copy, attach your rubric, and submit by the end of class. Work on typing and revising Writing Prompt #1 Work on typing and revising Writing Prompt #2
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