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English 10 Honors Day 7. Animal Farm Chapters 5-7 (reading and worksheet are due next class!. Objective: Create your own satire. Animal farm. Lingering Questions? Does everyone have a copy of the book and the worksheet for chapters 5-7?. Ap -Style Questions.

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English 10 honors day 7

English 10 Honors Day 7

Animal Farm Chapters 5-7 (reading and worksheet are due next class!

Objective: Create your own satire


Animal farm

Animal farm

  • Lingering Questions?

  • Does everyone have a copy of the book and the worksheet for chapters 5-7?


Ap style questions

Ap-Style Questions

  • Complete the multiple choice portion of the worksheets provided.

  • We will grade them!


Satire topics

Satire: Topics

  • Potential Topics

    • What are some things in current society that could be criticized?

      • Keep in mind this could be on the international, national, regional, or local level.

  • Pick ONE topic on which you want to focus.

    • Figure out what your specific criticism is.


Satire disguise

Satire: Disguise

  • What would be the best way to disguise your criticism?

  • Consider disguises that reflect your opinion (like the pigs in Animal Farm reflecting Orwell’s distaste for political leaders) but are not too obvious.

  • Remember to potentially disguise the location, characters, events, plot etc.

    • You could emulate a seemingly innocent genre, like Orwell does, or mimic a well-known “formula” if it works for your purposes.


Satire parallels

Satire: Parallels

  • Figure out which characters and events will be most beneficial to your satire.

  • Create a chart.

    • In the left hand column, write the events and characters of your story.

    • In the right hand column, write the modern equivalent.


Satire draft

Satire: Draft

  • Draft your satire.


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