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Animal Farm Chapter 9

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Lindsey Haerle

on 5 April 2013

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Transcript of Animal Farm Chapter 9

Animal Farm- Chapter 9 Characterization Napoleon believes he has complete power over the other animals, which is creating a communist/dictatorship environment on the farm. For example, Napoleon changes the commandments to fit his own actions. In this chapter, Napoleon creates Spontaneous Demonstration. During these meetings, poems and speeches are given in Napoleon's honor. In chapter nine, the animals become frustrated with Napoleon's decisions. It is similar to the way the animals felt toward Farmer Jones, except Napoleon has Squealer brainwash them into believing that Napoleon is doing what's best for them and the farm. Sooner or later the animals could try to rebel on Napoleon creating the power to corrupt absolutely. Theme - Analysis Boxer
Napoleon Literary Concept a reference in the story to a person, place, or event that happened in real life Video - Element 2 Pictures - Element 1 Napoleon Boxer Dedicated to what he does
Loyal to Napoleon
Manipulated by Napoleon
Tricked/Betrayed by Napoleon
"I will work harder."
"Napoleon is always right." Brutal & Conceited
Tricks animals into thinking he's doing what's best
Sells Boxer for Pigs' benefit
Shows favoritism to himself, the other pigs, and the dogs
Abuses power on farm
Re-adjusting Commandments Represents Tricked Communist Supporters Represents Joseph Stalin Allusion Moses - Religion
Sugar Candy Mountain - Heaven
In Bible, Moses actually frees slaves.
Animals are Napoleon's slaves.
Sugar Candy Mountain is the animals place of freedom/escape.
Napoleon lets Moses stay because he teaches the animals to work and not complain. Sheep repeat chant because it silences other animals Visual Element of the chapter to enhance students understanding All animals work for the benefit of Napoleon "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others." - Animal Farm "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely." By: Madison Tighe & Lindsey Haerle
Period: 2 Citations, Citations, Citations!!! Animal Farm Novella - George Orwell http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xzklsnBTzc- Video - Animal Farm Boxer's Death http://www.glogster.com/marccthaasharkk/animal-farm-boxer/g-6men2k8o3cbg4enol0f95a0-Boxer Picture http://shaurice1995.blogspot.com/2011/01/animal-farm-character-symbolic-meaning.html- Boxer Picture http://devonbblog.edublogs.org/2012/05/14/animal-farm-2-napoleon-vs-snowball/- Napoleon Picture http://windypeople.wordpress.com/- Napoleon Picture http://theworldofhoss.blogspot.com/2012/12/animal-farm-moses-raven.html- Moses Picture http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/four%20legs- Good/Bad Picture http://schoolworkhelper.net/animal-farm-plot-summary-analysis/- Book Cover Picture Prezi.com-Website used to create presentation Thanks for watching!! Thank you! Bunches of Thanks!
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