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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will revise propaganda and consider what happens when the 7 commandments are replaced with "all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others".


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5 Questions

What happens to Boxer?
Correct answer: Boxer gets injured while he is working hard on the farm.
Boxer hurts himself by falling over.
Boxer is told to stop working.
The pigs hurt Boxer when he is not working hard enough.
Who looked after Boxer?
The dogs
The human farmers
Correct answer: The other animals
The pigs
Where did the pigs say Boxer was being taken?
The pigs said Boxer was being taken away and would not return.
The pigs said Boxer was being taken to a nearby farm.
The pigs said Boxer was being taken to slaughter.
Correct answer: The pigs said Boxer was being taken to the vets.
Where was Boxer actually taken?
Boxer was actually taken to another farm.
Correct answer: Boxer was actually taken to be slaughtered.
Boxer was actually taken to the vets.
Boxer was not taken anywhere.
How do the animals react? (Select 2 answers)
Correct answer: The animals are horrified.
The animals do not care where Boxer is being taken.
The animals do not know what is happening.
Correct answer: The animals try to stop Boxer being taken.

5 Questions

What is an example of propaganda being used in Animal Farm?
Napoleon starts living in the farmhouse.
Squealer makes the dogs growl at the animals.
Correct answer: Squealer tells the animals they have found documents proving Snowball was a traitor.
The Seven Commandments are changed without the animals realising.
How did the animals feel about 'Animal Farm?'
Correct answer: Proud
Why does Squealer spend so much time with the sheep?
Correct answer: He is teaching them a new song.
He is teaching them to chase the animals.
He wants to make them work harder.
He wants to teach them how to read and write.
What do the pigs reveal they can do that shocks the animals?
The pigs can hold whips in their trotters .
The pigs can read and write.
Correct answer: The pigs can walk on two legs.
The pigs can work on the farm.
The Commandment 'All animals are equal' becomes...
'All animals are equal but not as equal as you think.'
'All animals are equal but the pigs are the most important.'
'All animals are equal unless they can walk on two legs.'
Correct answer: 'All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.'

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