Our comprehensive Animal Farm lesson plan teaches not just reading comprehension but also history, politics, and critical thinking. Animal Farm learning objectives include understanding how the novel acts as both a fable and an allegory through extended metaphor, and identifying the main themes of the story. Teaching Animal Farm gives students opportunities to study rich literary and thematic content through classroom activities and exercises.
Our Premium Lesson Plans and Activities for Animal Farm include a comprehensive eNotes lesson plan for studying the entire novel—complete with a multiple-choice exam, essay questions, vocabulary exercises, and a comprehensive answer key—a detailed stand-alone lesson plan that focuses on how characterization develops themes, and a response journal filled with writing and discussion prompts to facilitate students’ reading of the novel.
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Animal Farm eNotes Lesson Plan
by eNotesLearning Objectives: By the end of this unit, students should be able to explain how Animal Farm works as both a fable and an allegory; identify and discuss how the different characters are...
Animal Farm eNotes Teaching Guide
by eNotesWhether it’s your first or hundredth time, George Orwell's Animal Farm has been a mainstay of English classrooms since its publication in 1945. While the text has its challenging spots—violence and...
Animal Farm eNotes Reading Response Prompts
by eNotesOld Major says that all animals are equal. What signs do you see in Chapter I to show that this might not be true? What animals are not immediately considered friends? What animals seem to be...
Animal Farm Character Analysis Lesson Plan
by eNotesTheme Developed Through Characterization in Animal Farm: This lesson focuses on how characterization is employed in developing themes in Animal Farm. Students will analyze Orwell’s characterization...
Animal Farm Reading Comprehension Quiz
by eNotesThis quiz contains reading comprehension questions for Animal Farm.
Animal Farm - Chapters 1 and 2: Follow-Along Questions / Study Guide
by emeraldjdeChapter 1 Questions: What is significant about how the animals arrange themselves as they gather to hear Major? What might this arrangement say about future meetings or events? According to...
Animal Farm - Fictional Characters and Their Real-World Counterparts
by emeraldjdeComparison of Characters to the Russian Revolution Animal Farm: Mr. Jones, Irresponsible to his animals (lets themstarve), Sometimes cruel – beats them with a whip, Sometimes kind – mixes milk in...
Animal Farm - Chapter 5: Follow-Along Questions / Study Guide
by emeraldjdeAnimal Farm by George Orwell Reading Assignment 3 – Chapter 5 Instructions: On your own paper, answer the following questions using complete sentences. Chapter 5 Questions: Why does Mollie run away...
Animal Farm Final Assessment
by emeraldjdeMultiple Choice: The political philosophy that governed Animal Farm was called a. democracy b. animalism c. socialism d. capitalism Old Major taught the animals a song called a. "Old Faithful" b....
Animal Farm - Chapters 3 and 4: Follow-Along Questions / Study Guide
by emeraldjdeAnimal Farm by George Orwell Reading Assignment 2 – Chapters 3 and 4 Instructions: On your own paper, answer the following questions using complete sentences. Chapters 3 and 4 Questions: What...
Intro to Animal Farm
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Animal Farm Powerpoint
by globesanWhat do you remember about each of the animals? Discuss. What priciples did Old Major lay down? Comment on them. What had Old Major dreamt of? Read the song and quote: a.) Two verses that...
Animal Farm - Chapters 8 and 9: Follow-Along Questions / Study Guide
by emeraldjdeAnimal Farm by George Orwell Chapters 8 and 9 Questions: What purpose is served by the production figures Squealer reads to the animals? How is Napoleon becoming more and more like a typical...
Animal Farm Writing Assignment Ideas
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