Animal Farm: Review for Exam The exam you will be taking on Friday will be worth 70 points and will contain the following: o 25 multiple choice questions (1 point each) o 15 matching (1 points each) o 20 vocabulary questions with the following formats: matching and multiple choice (1 point each) o 2 short answer essay questions (5 points each) Multiple Choice: In order to be successful on this portion, look over your study guides and previous quizzes and be able to identify important events, people, places and ideas from the novel. Here are some helpful hints: 7 Commandments (and changes made to commandments) Names of battles and causes of the battles (Battle of Names and characteristics of animals. Names and characteristics of farmers. Transformation of the pigs. Allegory information Attitudes of the animals before and after the revolution. Animal Farm’s connection to the Russian Revolution and Any other major events or ideas presented in the novel. Cowshed and Battle of the Windmill) Communism Matching: In this section, you will need to be able to identify the following characters accurately AND identify which real life figure each character represents. Snowball Clover Mr. Whymper Benjamin Moses Mr. Jones Old Major Mr. Pilkington Boxer The Dogs Mollie Squealer Mr. Frederick Napoleon The Hens infanticide sentinel Vocabulary: Know the definitions of each word. tyranny unalterable pretext pre-eminent obstinate factions apathy tractable sordid morose inebriates scullery posthumously repose complicity filial countenance pension Short Essay: You will be asked 2 of the following questions. Make sure you study and are prepared to answer all four of these questions – I will be choosing only two of them to put on the exam. You will need to provide at least 4-5 COMPLETE sentences AND answer each question sufficiently in order to earn full credit. o o Discuss the importance of education as it evolves o By the end of the novel, the pigs have completely during the course of the novel. At the same time, transformed themselves. What changes have occurred address the distinctions that may be made between and what point was the author trying to make about education and indoctrination (brainwashing/using power and the effects it can have on those who misuse propaganda to influence a certain way of thinking). it? The Seven Commandments are eventually replaced o Discuss the allegorical relationship Animal Farm has to by the phrase, “ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL the Russian Revolution. Support your answer by BUT SOME ANIMALS ARE MORE providing specific details from the novel and making EQUAL THAN OTHERS.” Explain what this connections to people and events from the Russian means and give specific examples from the book where Revolution. (The “Brief Summary of the Russian this concept is Revolution” handout would help you with this.