Reading Comprehension and Response to Literature Questions

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Reading Comprehension and Response to Literature Questions Chapters 1-2 Directions Answer all the questions below. Dont forget to answer all of the parts of each question too. Restate the question in your answer. Dont forget to cite evidence from the novel to support your answer. Anthropomorphism characterization What human characteristics (other than the ability to speak English) does Orwell give to each of the following characters CharacterHuman Characteristics and Personality TraitsOld Major Boxer Mollie Benjamin Snowball Napoleon Exposition setting up what the characters want (characters motives) and the potential conflict-- Old Major and his dream a. Why is Old Major so respected What is Old Majors vision for the …show more content…
Reading Comprehension and Response to Literature Questions Chapter 6 Directions Choose three questions to answer from the list below. Answer all of those three questions parts. Restate the question in your answer. You may answer the questions using bulleted answers. Dont forget to cite evidence from the novel to support your answer. Topics Themes Manipulating Language. In August, Napoleon announced that animals could work on Sundays, but that this work is strictly voluntary. What happens if the animals dont volunteer to work on Sundays Is this really voluntary work Rising Action the windmill Why are the animals happy working like slaves over the windmill What is the main problem with building the windmill and how do they solve it How does Boxer provide extra help Rising Action shortages a new plan Shortages of what cause a big problem Explain Napoleons new policy for getting items the farm needs Does this make sense What is a broker Who sets the record straight that the animals have never passed a rule forbidding them to deal with humans Characterization Mr. Whymper Describe Mr. Whymper What word does his name sound like Why would Orwell give Mr. Whymper a name like that How does Orwell shape how the reader feels about Mr. Whymper Who might Mr. Whymper represent in the allegory Rising Action The Pigs Where do the pigs move and why Why does this matter Why do pigs get up an
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