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1. Can You Decipher Orwells Allegory? In George Orwells book Animal Farm, the characters, places, and events are symbolic of events in Russian history. Can you decipher Orwells Allegorical Tale? You will research actual events and attempt to draw parallels between reality and fiction. These materials are © 2005 Jeremy VanDerKern, Keene High School, all rights reserved. Picture: www.graphicsbydezign.com/ clipartarchive.htm Copyright ByDezign - 1999/2004 Allegory: A symbolic representation: The blindfolded figure with scales is an allegory of justice.
2. Reading Reminiscing These materials are © 2005 Jeremy VanDerKern, Keene High School, all rights reserved.. Napoleon. Snowball. The Farmhouse. The Windmill. Squealer. The Sheep. The Pigeons. Rasputin. Sugarcandy Mountain. Farmer Jones. Animalism. Beasts of England. Boxer. Benjamin. Molly. Muriel ð Frederick and Pilkington What is important, memorable, or significant about each character, place, or event listed to the right? Before we begin searching the Internet, Id like you to describe characters, places and events in Animal Farm. You will use these descriptions later when you attempt to match fact with fiction. HEY! Who took all the milk and apples!?
3. Web Hunt The following sites are Key to deciphering Orwells Allegory. Visit each and attempt to draw connections between fact and fiction. Historical Backdrop Notes Czar Nicholas Karl Marx Communism Stalin Trotsky Propaganda Internationale Rasputin Proletariats KGB Industrial Revolution These materials are © 2005 Jeremy VanDerKern, Keene High School, all rights reserved. Ill never give up control! Never. Ill rule with an iron fist. Ill make a deal with him….as long as it fits my plans. But I dont trust him! Image taken from: Animal Farm.Dir. John Stephenson.1999.Videocassette.Hallmark Home Entertainment,October 2005.
4. Poster Synergy Now that you have recorded what made certain characters, places, and events memorable AND now that you have explored the Internet on various topics from Russian History, it is time to draw parallels between Russian Historical Fact and the Fictitious World of Orwells of Animal Farm. You will create a Poster Comparing and Contrasting at least five of the characters, places, or events listed from Animal Farm and draw parallels to the information you found on the Internet regarding Russian History. These materials are © 2005 Jeremy VanDerKern, Keene High School, all rights reserved.. Use a Venn Diagram! Poster requirements: 11X17 paper Size 20 text font 5 intense Venn diagrams C&C fact with fiction 10 pictures
5. Enrichment Animal Farm addresses the issue of Leadership. For Enrichment, visit any KHS club and write down observations about its leaders and its members. KHS CLUBS LEADERS These materials are © 2005 Jeremy VanDerKern, Keene High School, all rights reserved.
6. Teacher Resources & Goals http://www.geocities.com/vanderkernj/animal/animal_farm_unit.html These materials are © 2005 Jeremy VanDerKern, Keene High School, all rights reserved. Allegorical Animal Chart GOALS The Mission Statement of Keene High School is to provide each student with the tools to succeed in a diverse and interdependent world Academic 1) Graduates read critically 2) Graduates comprehend at or above grade level 3) Graduates read for a variety of purposes 8) Graduates can find and use information This course is based upon New Hampshires K-12 Language Arts Curriculum Framework--which can be viewed at: http://www.ed.state.nh.us/education/doe/organization/curriculum/NECAP/HS_NECAP.htm http://www.ed.state.nh.us/education/doe/organization/curriculum/NECAP/HS_NECAP.htm
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