'ANIMAL FARM' - WORKSHEET ON CHAPTER 2
A - Before reading chapter 2, look up these words in a dictionary
B - Who's who in chapter 2 ? ( 2 items for each 'character')
BOXER and CLOVER, JONES, MOLLIE, MOSES, NAPOLEON, SNOWBALL, SQUEALER
a brilliant talker
a fierce-looking Berkshire boar
an opponent who promises a life after death
forgets to feed animals
gets drunk at the village pub
is holding the paint-pot for Snowball
is worried about sugar supply
lead singers at meetings
man's spy and tale-bearer
most faithful disciples
sceptical about the Rebellion's outcome
the best at writing
was a more vivacious pig, quicker in speech and more inventive
C -This is a summary of the chapter, there are a lot
of mistakes in it.
Change 17 words or groups of words so as to put it right.
Old Major lives on, but plans for the rebellion stop. Three horses convert Old Major's ideas into a social system called Socialism which, with little difficulty, they learn from the other farm animals. One day, Mr Jones neglects to eat the animals, and after long thought, they turn on him and his men and drive them from the village. They keep all traces of Man's corruption, turn the farmhouse into a shop, write ten commandments on the barn roof and rename the farm 'Cannibal Farm'. While Napoleon and the animals get in the harvest, Snowball takes the sow's milk for himself and the other men.