Animal Farm Quotes
To be used with dialectical journals
Directions: Find the quote in the novel, put it into context, add the page number from your book and then respond insightfully.
“And remember also that in fighting against Man, we must not come to resemble him. Even when you have...
factories and farms which then resulted in a shortage of food and material. The people rioted against the poor conditions and low pay but Czar Nicholas did not agree and came back at them with violence. This is what caused the Russian Revolution.
In Animal Farm, the animals of Manor Farm felt that their...
Journal # 3 (chapter 5-6)
Life before and Life after the Rebellion
In this journal entry I will be comparing and contrasting how life was before and after the revolution on animal farm. Even though a lot of things changed after the rebellion, I find that overall everything is still just as difficult...
George Orwell’s Animal Farm Double Entry Journal Project
Due: Friday, January 9th, 2015
NO LATE WORK
By Friday, January 9th, 2015, you will have read Animal Farm on your own and completed the Double Entry Journal Project to hand in. The project is worth 100 points. Late work will not be...
Treatment of Animals vs. Factory Farms
The first questions we have to ask ourselves; do animals have rights, do they have feelings, do they feel pain, do they need as we do?
To find the answer, one needs merely to think back on empirical data if one has ever owned or been around an animal, a dog...
As I Lay Dying journal entries
By: Roberto Boponti
My first impression of Cash was that he was a hardworking man. He spent most of the day working on the coffin for his mother. He seemed very selfless as he worked constantly on his mother’s coffin. Although the fact that he was building the...
Political Allegory in Orwell’s Animal Farm: A Note
In Animal Farm (1945) George Orwell adapts and subverts the conventional form of ‘Fairy Story’ while satirizing the ethico-political irony in between the theory and practice of revolution with implicit reference to the Stalinist regime...
Should animals be used for the benefit of people?
Brief history of usage of animals
Discoveries due to the use of animals
Animals as part of basic nourishment
Animals in the economy
Use of animals in other areas of people’s activities
ENG 125 Week 2 Assignment Journal Two Identifying Conflict in Two Texts
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Journal Two: Identifying Conflict...
DIALECTICAL JOURNAL – The Book Thief
A dialectical journal is a type of multi-column, conversational note-taking. It will help you develop critical reading and reflective questioning. In your journal, have a conversation with the text and with yourself – The Book Thief is the perfect book for...
As you read, make at least FIVE dialectical journal entries. See attached directions and examples.
You will use these five journal entries for class assessments when you return to school in the fall.
Bring the five completed dialectical journal entries to the first day of class.
Mockingbird Dialectical Journal
We will begin a thorough study of Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird this week. In order to participate in class discussions and activities it is mandatory that you keep up with the reading. While you read you need to add entries to your dialectical journal, detailed...
Meet your Meat
“Once you see for yourself the routine cruelty involved in raising animals for food, you'll understand why...
Understanding three views of Animal Rights
PHI208-Ethics and Moral Reasoning
Animals, from our family pet to the wild, from little ones to big one, from ones who entertain us to human welfare and human happiness, it is hard to believe that only in recent years...
The term “Dialectic” means “the art or practice of arriving at the truth by using conversation involving question and answer.” Think of your dialectical journal as a series of conversations with the texts we read during this course. The process is meant to help you develop a better...
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Literary Analysis Animal Farm
Symbolism’s in Animal Farm
The characters and events that George Orwell put in his novel, Animal Farm, can be incorporated to the similar events and people affiliated with the Russian Revolution. People like Joseph Stalin...
title, incoming 2A students are being asked to read George Orwell’s Animal Farm. In addition to simply reading the text, all students will be expected to keep a dialectical journal. Dialectical journals are a type of double-entry note-taking that students can use while reading literature. In the two...
Dialectical Journal Entry #1
The Road by Cormac McCarthy
“Look at me, the man said.
He turned and looked. He looked like he’d been crying.
Just tell me.
We wouldn’t ever eat anybody, would we?
No. Of course not.
Even if we were starving?
We’re starving now.
You said we weren’t...
Write Napoleon’s diary entry for the day that the windmill is destroyed.
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I have chosen to write the diary entry for the pig Napoleon, because I find him to be an extremely...
Dialectical Journal for Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
ATTENTION: you must complete 5 journal entries. MAKE SURE that you are ANALYZING, not summarizing!!! Your analysis MAY NOT have the word “quote”...
My scrapbook on Animal Farm.
A brief summary of Animal Farm.
Old Major, the old boar on the Manor Farm, summons the animals on the farm together for a meeting, during which he refers to humans as parasites. When Major dies, two young pigs, Snowball and Napoleon, assume command and consider it a...
In Animal Farm by George Orwell, Frederick is similar to Nazis in Germany because they both killed people to take over more land, destroy industry, and betrayed their neighbors.
Mr. Frederick owns the neighboring farm in Pinchfield. He may be a human farmer, but he's no drunk idiot like Mr. Jones...
Journal Entry of a Subordinate Group Member: Irish Americans
The Terrible Famine in Ireland
It was 1845 and there began the Potato famine in Ireland. Millions of children, women, and men were dying. This famine destroyed a great deal of Ireland's potato crops. Most of families in Ireland, this also...
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act,1960 is federal law of India enacted to prevent the infliction of unnecessary pain or suffering on animals and to amend the laws relating to the prevention of cruelty to animals. As per the provisions of the law the government of India formed the Animal Welfare Board of...
The Book Thief Dialectical Journal Assignment
Due on/before ________________________
1. In your notebook, complete a dialectical journal** (two-column notes) in which you discuss your author’s language and style. (See “Ideas for Analyzing Text.”)
2. Meet the required number (15)...
Durga Prasad Chauhan
Topic-Historical and political background of Orwell Animal Farm
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Animal Farm is about a group of animals taking over the farm in the search for freedom and equality, but over time with wrong decisions made one animal takes control of all. Animal Farm is an example of a dystopia because it is based on five out of the nine traits dystopias have these...
Animal farm- fusion of political satire with artistic purpose
Orwell wrote Animal Farm with a distinct political purpose. At the same time, the book is a splendid work of art. In this book Orwell succeeded fully in fusing his political purpose with his artistic purpose. If Animal Farm did not have an...
Pd. 5 World Lit.
Dialectical Journal Entry: The Alchemist
1. “And this is my interpretation: you must go to the Pyramids in Egypt. I have never heard of them, but, if it was a child who showed them to you, they exist. There you will find a treasure that will make you a rich man.”
In George Orwell’s Animal Farm, Orwell writes the story as a metaphor of the Russian Revolution and Communism. Napoleon is a pig that plays the part of Joseph Stalin and refers to Communism as “Animalism.” Napoleon uses cruelty, treachery, and propaganda to twist the meaning of Animalism throughout...