Ppt on animal farm themes

Animal Farm Book Intro Historical / Russian Revolution

painting a terrifying picture of a world in which personal freedom is nonexistent. Animal Farm, written in 1945, deals with similar themes but in a shorter and somewhat simpler format. A “fairy story” in the style of Aesop’s /Spanish Civil War, and Snowball certainly receives a more sympathetic portrayal than Napoleon. But though Animal Farm was written as an attack on a specific government, its general themes of oppression, suffering, and injustice have far broader application; modern readers have come to /


Providing Information on Crops, Farm Machinery, Training & Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) (Service 3) Sponsored By: Implementing Agency:

– A Farmer Friendly Hand Book A Farmer Friendly Handbook .. for Government Schemes & Programmes Themes Description Scheme Name Type of Assistance Pattern of Assistance Additional Assistance by State Soil Health Conservation /A.I. centres, hatcheries, nurseries, agro-processing and animal feed plants) No. of families associated with different Enterprises (Agricultural crops, horticultural crops, animal husbandry, bee keeping, non- farming activities etc. On going developmental schemes undertaken by different/


Animal Farm: Extract Analysis 1.To revise the exam requirements 2.To understand how to analyse an extract for language, character and theme. 3.To explore.

Animal Farm: Extract Analysis 1.To revise the exam requirements 2.To understand how to analyse an extract for language, character and theme. 3.To explore links between extracts. Literature Exam Higher 4 part question based on an extract: 1)The presentation of character (8) 2)The writer’s use of language (10) 3)The presentation of themes/ land and clime, Hearken well and spread my tidings Of the golden future time. Animal Farm Chapter one: Old Major and The beasts of England Analysing the extract 1)Language A/


Family Violence & Animal Abuse in Rural Communities Presentation by: Dr. Deborah Doherty and Dr. Jennie Hornosty Cruelty/Crime Connection: Breaking the.

web: www.legal-info-legale.nb.cawww.legal-info-legale.nb.ca Safer Families…Safer Communities Theme #3 Know the Link Between the Abuse of People and the Abuse of Animals When someone hurts an animal, they may be hurting others in their family too. Pets and farm animals are used as part of the cycle of violence Victims may delay getting help for fear/


Animal Farm Unit. To explore how Orwell uses Squealer the pig as a platform for propaganda in Animal Farm. 1. Whole class task 2. Group tasks.

person, group, movement, institution, nation, etc.  It is associated largely in politics and crucial to the plot of Animal Farm. As he is in charge of all the propaganda, Squealer uses his skills with language to persuade them that everything / such relevant features as: characterisation, setting, language, key incident(s), climax/turning point, plot, structure, narrative technique, theme, ideas, description... Task: Choose a novel or short story in which two of the main characters have a disagreement which/


Literary Devices of Fiction  Setting  Plot  Character  Conflict  Point of View  Theme  Mood  Dialogue  Rhetorical Devices  Flashback  Foreshadowing.

that describe what is seen, heard, smelled, tasted, or touched. Writers often use sensory details to enhance the mood and theme in writing. Allusion (techniques)  An allusion is a reference within a literary work to another work of literature, art,/ secondary or symbolic meanings. One of the most popular allegories of the twentieth century was George Orwells Animal Farm, about farm animals vying for power. On the surface, it is an entertaining story that even children can enjoy. Beneath the /


Animal Farm Communism, Marxism, Totalitarianism. Themes Review 0 Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work.

Animal Farm Communism, Marxism, Totalitarianism Themes Review 0 Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work. Marxism 0 Marxism is a worldview and method /quickly turned the Communist Party toward totalitarianism, an event mirrored in Animal Farm by the gradual assumption of power by the pigs (apples and milk are only for pigs, pigs change the commandments to 7 and make them simple so poor – other animals – can understand what they want them to understand). Commandments: 0/


Aim: How can we prepare for the thematic essay on the Regents Exam? Do Now: Look over the thematic essay questions. 1.Circle the Theme for each essay 2.Read.

Neolithic Revolution Paleolithic Age: Nomads, Hunters and Gatherers, Simple Tools and Weapons  Neolithic Age: Farmers, Domesticated Plant and Animals, Establishment of Villages From the beginnings of human life, people were nomads. nomad : A person who moves from place / few consumer products. Vocab: 5 Year Plans/collectivization: gov’t owned farms/Famine Aim: How can we prepare for the Global History Regents exam? Today’s Themes: 1.Movement of people and goods: Trade 2.Global Problems Political Systems/


THEME 3 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Unit 3.2 Food Production (Part 1)

THEME 3 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Unit 3.2 Food Production (Part 1) Key Questions What are the main features of an agricultural system? What are the causes and effects of food shortages and the possible solutions to this problem? Introduction A system of growing crops and raising animals which involves soil conservation and sustainable irrigation. In simple terms, also known as farming. Other types of/


The Theme of trust In Animal Farm

The Theme of trust In Animal Farm Who are the most trusting characters in the novel? Clover is a trustworthy animal. She is a motherly figure to all the animals and they all look up to her. All the animals feel safe around her and know where they can go if they need help. “The animals huddled about Clover”. This shows she wants to look out for all/


Module 16: Livestock: Slaughter and Killing Animals for Disease Control Purposes Concepts in Animal Welfare © World Animal Protection 2014. Unless stated.

.org.uy Guidelines for Chile: available at www.bienestaranimal.clwww.bienestaranimal.cl International Resources FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation). Gateway to Farm Animal Welfare: available at http://www.fao.org/ag/againfo/themes/animal-welfare/en OIE (Office Internationale des Epizooties). Terrestrial Animal Health Code: available at www.oie.int/index.php?id=169&L=0&htmfile=chapitre_1.7.5.htm Welfare Quality Project www/


1 ‘ PREACHING AT HARVEST: FOOD,FARMING & FAITH’ THE FARMING YEAR RCSN & YRSN HOWARD PETCH September 5 th 2013.

?  IS BIG BAD?  THE CARBON FOOTPRINT(UK Agric 7% ghg)  LEVEL OF MEAT EATING?  ANIMAL WELFARE 25 FOOD,FARMING & FAITH THE FARMING YEAR: SOME KEY ISSUE FOR ALL OF US (2)  POWER IN THE FOOD CHAIN—FAIR TRADE  TRADE /WASTE  PUBLIC GOOD IN THE COUNTRYSIDE  THE HIDDEN COSTS OF CHEAP FOOD  CONSUMER RIGHTS & OBLIGATIONS 26 FOOD,FARMING & FAITH THE FARMING YEAR: SOME HARVEST THEMES (1)  GRATITUDE—don’t take for granted  CREATION—Responsible stewardship; Sustainable intensification  DEPENDENCY—On creation //


Let’s go on virtual field trip to a pumpkin farm! Miss. Harendza’s Second Grade Class Water Elementary School.

virtual field trip to a pumpkin farm! Miss. Harendza’s Second Grade Class Water Elementary School New York State Standards and Themes Social Studies Standard 3- Geography Social Studies Standard 3- Geography Concepts and Themes Concepts and Themes Events, people, traditions, practices, and/soups, and other foods. Pumpkin seeds can be roasted for a snack. Pumpkins are used as feed for some farm animals. Do you know where pumpkins grow? Pumpkins grow in a pumpkin patch. Pumpkins grow in a pumpkin patch. /


---Reading By –Lou Xueqing. Window of the World Song Cheng Park Hong Kong Ocean Park Harry Potter Theme Park.

; kings; fight with swords or on horseback; jousting tournament; farm area Group work: designing a theme park of my own 2. Location: 3. Activities: 4. Purpose: for fun; for education; for--- I will design a---- theme park. It will be located in ----. There, you can see----, hear---, do----. Our theme park is for --- 1.Theme: food; people; animals; culture; science; history; movie; sports; natural disasters; horror/


Identifying common Research Themes within VLS. Aim of the Research Strategy: Align with the Australian Strategic Research Policy (ERA) and the Murdoch.

? Terrestrial Ecology Health and Management? Whole School: One Health? Crop Production, Protection & Biosecurity? VLS Research Themes (FOR codes) Crop Production & Biosecurity Agriculture Biotechnology Crop & Pasture Production Horticulture Agriculture, Land and Farm Management Veterinary Science & Animal Production Animal Production Veterinary Sciences Medical & Health Sciences Immunology Microbiology Biochemistry & Metabolomics Neuroscience Pharmacology & Pharmaceutical Sciences Fisheries & Marine/


Themes in ‘Of Mice and Men’ -The American Dream- Idealism vs. Realism The American Dream: Everyone has a dream to strive for. The poor ranch hands wish.

they. Perhaps the most powerful example of this cruel tendency is when Crooks criticizes Lennie’s dream of the farm and his dependence on George. Having just admitted his own vulnerabilities—he is a black man with a crooked back/old dog and allows Carlson to shoot the animal, George remains his brothers keeper. In his acceptance of complete responsibility for Lennie, George demonstrates the commitment necessary to join the ranks of Steinbecks heroes. Other Themes: Women There are two different visions of /


Animal Farm Background Notes. AUTHOR BACKGROUND l George Orwell is the penname or pseudonym for Eric Arthur Blair l Born in Bengal, India in 1903 while.

presenting it in a ridiculous light or poking fun at it ANIMAL FARM THEMES l Animal Farm is a literary metaphor of the human condition which brings together the important themes of: –Politics –Truth and falsehood –God and religion –Human rights –Class conflict l Animal Farm was written as an allegory of the Russian Revolution and its aftermath. ANIMAL FARM HISTORICAL PARALLELS PRE-REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA l Nicholas II became Czar/


Understanding Prose 50% of Total Award. SECTION A: LITERARY HERITAGE (40 MARKS) SECTION B: DIFFERENT CULTURES AND TRADITIONS (40 MARKS)  ANIMAL FARM:

worth 10 marks (You should spend 12 mins on this question) Top Tips – be really specific about how ORWELL presents the theme (the methods he uses for impact and why.) Interweave the key term into your response to show a clear and full / Remember 1 HOUR ONLY ft this section then we need to move on!  Write in your own words the nature of the allegory of Animal farm  What is Orwell’s message?  Which characters are representative from history?  Which events are used to parallel history? PIGS  Old Major/


Animal Farm, “A Fairy Story” George Orwell “A powerful fable that uses animals to reflect human political failure”

a power structure emerges ▫There will always be people who want to have more power Orwellian: describes the totalitarianism and authoritarian practices that emerge in politics and reflected in literature Animal Farm: Themes Power corrupts those who have it. ▫People’s ignorance contributes to their political, and social oppression. In society, individuals are not treated equally ▫All societies contain individuals who will seize/


LAURA PAULK ARE6450 DECEMBER 1, 2010. The use of Themes in Contemporary Art Identity, Place, Language, and Science.

(3x3) She is an animal rights activist and champion for the weak She connects the abuse of animals to the exploitation of the weak by the strong (Brown, 2002 ) Poultry Plant Fire, 1991 Untitled, 2002 Factory Farm, 2004 Thousands Try and Escape/Considerations for a 21 st -century art & culture curriculum. Art Education, 60(1), 6-17. Robertson, J. & McDaniel, C., (2010). Themes of contemporary art: visual art after 1980 (2 nd ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Coe, S. (1990). Modern man followed by/


Animal Farm by George Orwell. George Orwell = Pen Name…born Eric Blair, 1903-1950 Idealist…gave up family wealth to be a journalist. Supported revolution.

on the page is different from what is meant. Themes Freedom and individual dignity must be guarded very carefully. Language is a powerful tool; used improperly, it can enslave and confuse us. Weakness can be dominated by strength, fear, and trickery. Hope and vision must be kept alive, or they will be lost. Animal Farm Characters = Russian Revolution Farmer Jones = Czar Nicholas II/


George Orwell, The Russian Revolution, and Animal Farm. Take Notes…You’ll Need Them!

Spoke against it. As an Adult… Communists betrayed him. Distrusted Communists after that. In Animal Farm, he criticized the Soviet Union as a result of his experience. Animal Farm published in 1945- Orwell’s feelings of Communism. A Brief History of Communism in Russia/power over them, and that men exploit animals in much the same way as the rich exploit the worker.” The Fable: Teach a moral or lesson about evils of Totalitarianism using animals. Animal Farm- The Theme It was Orwell’s belief that Power /


Foundation Review. The Big Thematic picture Theme 1: Patterns and effects of interaction Theme 2: Dynamics of changes and continuity Theme 3: Effects.

Theme 1: Patterns and effects of interaction Theme 2: Dynamics of changes and continuity Theme 3: Effects of technology, economics, demographics Theme 4: Systems of social structure and gender structure Theme 5: Cultural, intellectual, and religious developments Theme/required in drier areas. Details- Demography World’s population increased rapidly with the advent of farming and domesticated animals. Waves of diseases “plagues” increase in frequency with increased population density Many classic empires /


By George Orwell Animal Farm. George Orwell Orwell is the pseudonym for Eric Arthur Blair (1903-1950) Published Animal Farm in 1944 Joined Indian Imperial.

theme for many of his works to follow.” http://www.online-literature.com/orwell/ George Orwell After spending time in Spain, Orwell returned to England following the Spanish Civil War, during World War II During this time, he completed Animal Farm/are generally understood as rhetorical, and, as a form of rhetoric, are generally designed to persuade their audience Animal Farm Animal Farm is “an allegorical indictment of tyranny which utilizes the historical events and players of the Russian Revolution and the/


ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS AGST 3000 Agriculture, Society, and the Natural World Home Assignment for next week… Access the websites on the next slide.

some of the organizations that promote animal welfare and what is their recurring theme(s)? 4. There are a large number of animals utilized for research. Do you think this is right ? Are there alternatives, what are they? 5. Do you think that people should be allowed to have pets? 6. Should we be concerned about how farm animals are treated? 7. Where do you/


Animal Farm by George Orwell. George Orwell Background on Orwell  George Orwell was born in Bengal, India. His real name is Eric Blair.  In 1904, his.

who continued with the same oppression of the people, although some changes slowly ensued. Historical context and background information on Animal FarmAnimal Farm, which was published the year after World War II ended, is an anti-utopian novel which shows man at the mercy/give the best or the worst possible case for an idea, program, person, or product.  Band Wagon – has as its theme, “everybody – at least all of us – is doing it”; the propagandist attempts to convince us that all members of a group/


Supplies List for Farm Themed Busy Book Felt- 6 Light Blue Sheets, 6 green sheets, 2 brown sheets, 1 champaigne sheet, 2 white sheets, 2 red sheets, 1.

Supplies List for Farm Themed Busy Book Felt- 6 Light Blue Sheets, 6 green sheets, 2 brown sheets, 1 champaigne sheet, 2 white sheets, 2 red sheets, 1 Sheet Yellow Light Blue Sheets green / orange line (as shown below). Then, line barn overtop, and sew barn along skinny orange lines (as shown on next page), this will create a clear pocket for the animals to be stored in. Farm Page Instructions 1.Cut out the pieces from the template, and then cut those out of felt (colors specified on template). 2.Cut out/


Park is used to provide people with a place to amuse and relax themselves. Theme park is a park which has a special theme, for example, ocean, animals,

engine reserve roller coaster length smallest Dollywood steam engine bald eagles roller coaster Thunderhead Theme : the ancient days and great deeds watch shows with Merlin the Wizard. see fighting with or on horseback, visit area, if you like animals and learn about farms in ancient England. Attractions : magic swords farm Camelot park to enter a world of _____________about ancient England fantasy □ □□ □ 1. Disneyland can/


Foundation c. 8,000 B.C.E. - 600 C.E. Review. The Big Thematic picture Theme 1- Interaction between humans and the environment Theme 2 Development and.

Big Thematic picture Theme 1- Interaction between humans and the environment Theme 2 Development and interaction of cultures Theme 3 State-building, expansion, and conflict Theme 4 Creation, expansion, and interaction of economic systems Theme 5- Development and/required in drier areas. Details- Demography World’s population increased rapidly with the advent of farming and domesticated animals. Waves of diseases “plagues” increase in frequency with increased population density Many classic empires promote/


WHAP review. Foundation Review The Big Thematic Picture  Theme 1: Patterns and effects of interaction  Theme 2: Dynamics of changes and continuity.

Theme 1: Patterns and effects of interaction  Theme 2: Dynamics of changes and continuity  Theme 3: Effects of technology, economics and demographics  Theme 4: Systems of social structure and gender structure  Theme 5: Cultural, intellectual and religious developments  Theme/ in drier areas Details- Demography  World’s population increased rapidly with the advent of farming and domesticated animals  Waves of diseases “plagues” increase in frequency with increased population density  Many classic/


Animal Farm. It’s a Genre: Type of Literature Theme: the main idea of the novel, usually expressed in one sentence Setting: the time and place of the.

Animal Farm It’s a Genre: Type of Literature Theme: the main idea of the novel, usually expressed in one sentence Setting: the time and place of the action of the novel/. Any type of fiction that has multiple levels of meaning in this way is called an allegory. A composition making fun of something, usually political. Animal Farm makes fun of political society after the Bolshevik Revolution. Russian society in the early twentieth century had two social classes: a tiny minority (bourgeoisie) controlled the/


ANIMAL FARM Test Review. Characters For each character, you should know: – Description – Important Actions – Friends/allies or enemies of importance –

of humankind in general and specific to the rise and fall of Communism Symbolism  The use of people or objects to represent other real- life objects, ideas or themesAnimal Farm uses TONS of symbolism  animals symbolize people (ex. Snowball symbolizes Trotsky)  objects symbolize past struggles (ex. The windmill symbolizes the desire for industrialization in Russia) Propaganda Know each the following techniques, decide if/


Animal Farm by George Orwell. Group One George Orwell.

who continued with the same oppression of the people, although some changes slowly ensued. Historical context and background information on Animal FarmAnimal Farm, which was published the year after World War II ended, is an anti-utopian novel which shows man at the mercy/give the best or the worst possible case for an idea, program, person, or product.  Band Wagon – has as its theme, “everybody – at least all of us – is doing it”; the propagandist attempts to convince us that all members of a group/


#5 Theme in TJ Economic Organization and the Environment Dobe Ju Hoansi: Subsistence C4 and Change C12 The Ju/Hoansi Today: focus on Changes to Subsistence/Economics.

asked questions from C4 & 12 of Dobe Ju/Hoansi since they refer to these concepts.  This test essentially evaluates Theme #5 Economics and Environmental Systems.  Review these slides before the test next Tuesday.  Also Review the Studyguides posted /strategies, including the recent adoption of snowmobiles.  The simplest type of farming, which involves the use of basic hand tools rather than plows or machinery driven by animals or engines.  Horticulturalists produce low yields and generally do not have /


Making sense of Animal Farm By George Orwell. Making sense of Animal Farm By George Orwell.

Russian Orthodox Church Pessimism/ the tired Peasant Farmers Places and Things Animal Farm Manor Farm Farmhouse Sugar Candy Mountain Animalism Animal Committees Windmill/& destruction of Animal Revolt Battle of Cowshed Selling of wood to Frederick Soviet Union Russia/state control Gov’t by the people; majority rule; supreme power is vested and exercised by the people Themes Power Corrupts Ignorance – oppression Revolutions-self-defeating? Society’s inequities/utopia? Abuse of Language/propaganda Elements /


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ANIMAL FARM Test Review.

of humankind in general and specific to the rise and fall of Communism Symbolism The use of people or objects to represent other real- life objects, ideas or themes Animal Farm uses TONS of symbolism animals symbolize people (ex. Snowball symbolizes Trotsky) objects symbolize past struggles (ex. The windmill symbolizes the desire for industrialization in Russia) Propaganda Know each the following techniques, decide if/


Themes of Geography- Now that we are familiar with ‘MR

- Now that we are familiar with ‘MR Themes of Geography- Now that we are familiar with ‘MR. HELP’, let’s begin! © Student Handouts, Inc. www.studenthandouts.com Early Peoples: /of the dead with great care New Stone Age, or Neolithic Age- A Revolution in Human History Approx 11,000 years ago- farming- WOW!!- a steady food supply- and even a surplus! Animal domestication (taming)- huge help to farmers Permanent settlements- Why? How? Village life completely changed- men making more decisions about planting/


Theme: Farm Animals Natalia Prociuk ED 275 Spring 2004.

Theme: Farm Animals Natalia Prociuk ED 275 Spring 2004 Rationale Importance a farmer has to a farm and the animals Realization of a farmer’s job Realization that there are other kinds of farmers Day/ Morgan. What’s it like to be a farmer. Mahwah, N.J.: Troll Associates, 1990. - Follows a farming family through a year of raising crops and animals Stringer, John. “Farming and the countryside. Activities and posters.” Child Education 78.7 (2001). Education ABS. Elizabethtown College. Article BEDI01016714. March/


Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Chapter 2

grown for human and livestock consumption, wild and planted forest crops, and wild and domesticated animals. Example: wheat grown in Pennsylvania How is food and fiber renewable? Food and fiber/nuclear plants and 11 times for coal plants, according to a study of Midwestern wind farms by the University of Wisconsin. Source: American Wind Energy Association Dams Dams create large/Technology Theme Vocabulary Lesson 2.1 biomass fuels fossil fuels geothermal energy nonrenewable resource ores renewable resource/


Chapter Plot 1 Old Major’s speech Mr Jones, the owner of Manor Farm falls asleep in a drunken stupor. All the animals of Manor Farm meet in the big barn.

and Napoleon orders for a schoolhouse to be built for their education. Rations are yet again reduced. Animal Farm is proclaimed a republic with Napoleon as president. Boxer is injured working and Napoleon sends for a/ Presided Principle Procession Procured Prophecy Readjustment Recitation Seclusion Sentimentality Stupefied Superintended Suppressed Surmounted Treachery Unanimously Themes Leadership and Corruption Control over the intellectually inferior Lies and deceit Foolishness and naivety Violence Pride/


Human  Animal Interactions This lecture was revised by World Animal Protection scientific advisors in 2012 using updates provided by Dr Caroline Hewson.

so far Why we bond with animals How our interactions (welfare input) can affect animal welfare Farm animals Horses Companion animals Animals used in assistance and therapy Cruelty to animals  neglect and abuse Module 30: Human-Animal Interactions Concepts in Animal Welfare © 2012 Module 30: Human-Animal Interaction Concepts in Animal Welfare © World Animal Protection 2014. Unless stated otherwise, image credits are World Animal Protection. Animal abuse and neglect Animal abuse “Behaviour performed by an/


From Farm to Table: Sustainability in Food Systems.

Reliance on large fossil fuel inputs makes the food system  increasingly vulnerable.  Consolidation of farms, animal production facilities, meat  packing plants, food processing operation, and distribution Consolidation in the food / Programs for K-12 Schools Agriculture  Theme: (6-12) Study ancient or current civilizations’ agricultural practices.  Goal: Create a model of ancient civilization’s farming, watering, hunting, and animal husbandry practices. Study relationships between climate, climate/


 Co-operative Education Trust Scotland (CETS) resource for Primary 5 to Primary 7  Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) levels 1and 2 The Co-operative Farm.

supermarkets and co- operative farmers markets assist in the journey of food through farming production to retailing, consumption, composting and recycling.  explore the choices they / 1-09a Biological systems  By investigating the lifecycles of plants and animals, I can recognise the different stages of their development. SCN 2-// http://www.permaculture.org.uk/ Suggested school wide and Community Challenges - Theme: Enterprise Challenge: Planting, growing and selling fruit/vegetables/herbs/flowers – two/


The Quick and Easy Historical Context for:. It’s a Genre: Type of Literature Theme: the main idea of the novel, usually expressed in one sentence Setting:

The Quick and Easy Historical Context for: It’s a Genre: Type of Literature Theme: the main idea of the novel, usually expressed in one sentence Setting: the time and place of the / type of fiction that has multiple levels of meaning in this way is called an allegory. A composition making fun of something, usually political. Animal Farm makes fun of political society after the Bolshevik Revolution. Standard: ELA10RL3 The student deepens understanding of literary works by relating them to it’s historical/


Objectives: Students will apply the six themes of history to the Middle Ages. Students will discover how Charlemagne reshaped life during the Middle Ages.

mosaics, painting changed over time Became more detailed, stylized Symbols used for common themes Examples: hand above cross, hand of God; 12 lambs, Christian flock, community/sellers met there Great variety of goods offered, rare fabrics, aromatic spices, animals Hanseatic League Italians dominated trade in south Hanseatic League actively traded in northern Europe/lead to expansion, growth Hoping to make money, many peasants left farms and villages for cities, towns Merchants moved into medieval towns to /


The Parallels Between Animal Farm and the Russian Revolution By: Celyra Workman.

puported supporter of Communism, but changed the principals to benefit himself and the Bolsheviks. What Does This Have To Do With Animal Farm? George Orwell wrote Animal Farm as a political satire and commentary on the Russian revolution. The characters, events and themes in Animal Farm DIRECTLY correlate with the events and people of the Russian Revolution. Snowball The three leaders above relate to the two leaders/


Author Information Historical Background Literary Term Characters The – isms Character Map ANIMAL FARM.

society; government collect all land, food, and money and redistributes it equally to all. HISTORICAL REFERENCES TO ANIMAL FARM Lenin’s death began the end of an equal society and the beginning of corruption in the U.S./ of short DYSTOPIA The polar opposite of utopia. A society characterized by human misery, as squalor, oppression, disease, and overcrowding. THEMES IN ANIMAL FARM  When Power Corrupts  "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.“/


An Allegorical Adventure. OBJECTIVE: Your objective today is to make connections between the characters we’ve been studying in the novel, Animal Farm,

Have-nots’ of the Victorian Age A representation of Christian figures and themes. A representation of people who come together because they are bullied, feared, and outcast Animal Farm is an allegorical representation of the people and events surrounding the Russian /th century and the birth of Communism in that country. So, exactly who or what do the characters in Animal Farm represent? Karl Marx was a German philosopher and revolutionary socialist. His most famous book, The Communist Manifesto, discusses /


Final Exam Review English IV 2015-2016. Central Theme A theme is a philosophical idea found behind the motives, actions, emotions, images, symbols, and.

figures and events writers use allegory to add different layers of meanings to their works “Animal Farm”, written by George Orwell, is an allegory that uses animals on a farm to describe the overthrow of the last of the Russian Tsar Nicholas II and the Communist/ WW I. The actions of the animals on the farm are used to expose the greed and corruption of the revolution. It also describes how powerful people can change the ideology of a society This Year’s Themes Good versus evilAppearance vs. Reality Nature /


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