Animal Farm Questions
|What is the "Beast of England" song & what does it represent?||It represented the start of the Russian Revolution.|
|List three of the 7 commandments.|| (1) No animal shall wear clothes.|
(2) No animal shall sleep in a bed.
(3) No animal shall drink alcohol.
|What was the Battle of Cowshed & what does it represent?||Battle between the animals and humans, they ran Jones off the farm. It represents the Russian Revolution.|
|Why were the animals concerned about trading with the humans?||They thought the commandment said they weren't allowed to come in contact with humans.|
|How did Napoleon use Snowball?||He used him as a scapegoat. If anything bad happened He would blame it on Snowball.|
|Who led the Battle of the Windmill? What happened?||Frederick and 15 other men; they blew up the "Napoleon Mill".|
|What was the sheep's original slogan & what was it changed to?||"Four legs good, two legs bad." It was eventually changed to "four legs good, two legs better!"|
|What was the animals hope?||They had hope that things would get better from all their work.|
|What single commandment took place of the original seven commandments?||"All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others".|
|What did the other animals see in the house at the end of the story?||The pigs & the humans playing cards. Also the pigs learn to walk upright, carry whips, and wear clothes. (they couldn't tell the difference between the pigs & humans)|