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Animal Farm Parody allegory rhetoric. Terms and application Speech and analysis Continuation of Snowball v Napoleon. Allegory: literary or artistic work that has multiple levels of meaning: similar to analogy Other allegories: Lord of the Flies, Pilgrim’s Progress, The Faerie Queen

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animal farm parody allegory rhetoric

Animal FarmParody allegory rhetoric

Terms and application

Speech and analysis

Continuation of Snowball v Napoleon

allegory fable rhetoric
Allegory:

literary or artistic work that has multiple levels of meaning: similar to analogy Other allegories: Lord of the Flies, Pilgrim’s Progress, The Faerie Queen

Rhetoric

Fable

Use of language to influence/please others

A short story teaching a moral, uses animals with human traits to teach lessons

Allegory/Fable/Rhetoric
politics on animal farm 1 of 3
Fascism

Socialism

Totalitarianism

State/Nation is of highest priority over individual freedom dictatorial government based on nationalism Chapter ___

Against private ownership, production, distribution are controlled by the workers Chapter ___

Centralized government that has total control of private citizens. Does not tolerate difference of opinion Chapter ___

Politics on Animal Farm 1 of 3
politics on animal farm 2 of 3
Communism

Revolution

All property and wealth is owned by all members of the society

Overthrow of the government; dramatic change in idea or practice

Politics on Animal Farm 2 of 3
politics on animal farm 1 of 31
Bourgeoisie

Proletariat

the social class that, according to Marxist theory, owns the means of producing wealth and is regarded as exploiting the working class ________ in Animal Farm

The working class sole asset – the labor they provide _________ in Animal Farm

Politics on Animal Farm 1 of 3
comparison chart review
Comparison Chart Review
  • Take out your comparison chart and your spiral notebook.
  • Napoleon
  • Boxer
  • Mollie
  • Moses
persuasive techniques handout
Persuasive Techniques Handout
  • On a new page in your binder review the following terms: ethos, pathos logos
  • Bandwagon, transfer, glittering generalities
  • Emotional appeal, social appeal
  • Choose three of these terms
  • Put the three terms at the top of the next page in your spiral. This will be used for Thursday’s homework.
visions for a better future
Visions for a Better Future
  • Take out your homework: charts pp 12-15
  • Compare notes with those near you
  • What elements were in these speeches?
  • Turn to a new page in your notebook
  • 2 column: Speech devices from MLK Jr’s “I Have a Dream” and key words/phrases
  • 2 column: Speech devices from Old Major’s “Animal Revolution” and key words/phrases
homework
Homework
  • Choose a character to analyze. In a well developed two page essay using terms associated with the novel, explain how Orwell constructed this animal on the basis of a historical figure. You will need the internet to make this a quality essay. You must cite your sources in a Works Cited – MLA format required
  • Read Orwell’s “The Freedom of the Press” article and answer questions.
redefining terms record these notes in your spiral
Persuasive Techniques: R.A.F.T

Ethos

Pathos

Logos

Hyperbole

Generalization

Understatement

Word Choice: Connotation: tall or giant, skinny or waif-like

Redefining termsRecord these notes in your spiral