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Title: ANIMAL FARM


1
Monarch
Baro
Serfs and Peasants
2
The Magna Carta 1215Notes
  • King John of England
  • Feudal system
  • Hierarchical system based on land grants

Monarch
Barons
Serfs and Peasants
3
Magna Carta
  • 1215- Barons revolt- force John to sign M.C.
  • Magna Carta (or Great Charter)
  • Limits the power of the Monarch
  • Protects against
  • A. Unjust punishment
  • B. Taxation w/o consent

4
Magna Carta
  • 1215- Barons revolt- force John to sign M.C.
  • Magna Carta (or Great Charter)
  • Limits the power of the Monarch
  • Protects against
  • A. Unjust punishment
  • B. Taxation w/o consent
  • 3. Only applies to nobles at first

5
Magna Carta
  • Which group did not have rights recognized by the
    Magna Carta?
  • A. Barons
  • B. Knights
  • C. Serfs

6
Magna Carta
  • Why is the Magna Carta one of the most important
    documents in the rise of representative
    government?
  • A. The barons were given power to control all
    local government affairs.
  • B. It distinctly stated the principle that the
    king is and shall be beneath the law.
  • C. It freed the peasants from the feudal system.

7
We the People
  • Read pp. 42-44 and answer questions 1-3 on page
    46 in the We the People text.

8
ANIMAL FARM
  • BACKGROUND INFORMATION

9
GEORGE ORWELL
  • British citizen, born in India 1903
  • Diverse experiences Spanish Civil War,
    dishwasher
  • Finished Animal Farm in 1944
  • Wrote 1984 in 1949

10
The World in 1944
  • WWII is almost over
  • Cold War between capitalist and communist
    countries begins

11
Words to Know
  • Capitalism
  • Economic system based on free enterprise and
    private property
  • Very little government involvement in the economy

12
Words to Know
  • Socialism
  • Economic system based on public ownership of
    major businesses
  • Government is heavily involved in the economic
    system
  • Orwell was a socialist

13
Words to Know
  • Communism
  • All businesses are controlled by the government
  • Almost no private property exists
  • Supposed to be a utopia, or perfect state

14
The World in 1946
  • Josef Stalin is the communist dictator in 1946 of
    the Soviet Union
  • Stalin twists the ideals of communism
  • One of the bloodiest rulers of history

15
Animal Farm
  • One of Orwells purposes is to criticize Stalin
  • Anthropomorphism
  • Giving animals or objects the qualities of humans
  • Symbolism
  • Allegory
  • The representation of abstract ideas or
    principles by characters, figures, or events in
    narrative, dramatic, or pictorial form.

16
GEORGE ORWELL
  • Animal Farm uses allegory to criticize events in
    Russia
  • Every line of serious work that I have written
    since 1936 has been written, directly or
    indirectly, against totalitarianism and for
    democratic socialism, as I understand it. Why I
    Write

17
Words to Know
  • Limited Government
  • A system in which government power is limited,
    not absolute.
  • What can limit the power of a ruler?

18
Words to Know
  • Constitutional
  • Government
  • A government in which power is limited by a
    constitution.

19
Words to Know
  • Unlimited Government
  • A system in which government power is unlimited.
    Rulers do what they want.

20
Connect 2
  • Connect any two vocab words in a statement of how
    they are similar or dissimilar.
  • __________ is like _________ because
  • ________________________________
  • ________________________________

21
Revolution
  • What is a revolution?

22
Revolution
  • The overthrow of one government and its
    replacement with another.

23
Revolution
  • Would you say the revolution on the farm was
    successful? Why or why not?

24
Animal Farm and Government
  • Can you apply the vocab words weve learned to
    Animal Farm?

25
  • Outline for a Five-Paragraph Essay
  • Title ____________________
  •         I.            Introduction
  •                              A.           
    Introductory statement
  •                              B.            Thesis
    statement ____________________
  •  
  • Body
  • First Supporting Idea (Topic Sentence)
    ____________________
  • ____________________
  • ____________________
  • ____________________
  •  
  • Second Supporting Idea (Topic Sentence)
    ____________________
  • ____________________
  • ____________________
  • ____________________
  •  
  • Third Supporting Idea (Topic Sentence)
    ____________________
  • ____________________

26
  • Outline for a Five-Paragraph Essay
  • Title Animal Farm Essay
  •  I.    Introduction
  •                    A.   Introductory statement
  •                    B.   Thesis statement Animal
    Farm is a great way to learn about governments. 
  • Body
  • First Supporting Idea (Topic Sentence) Animal
    Farm is a great example of autocracy because at
    the end of the story, the farm was ruled by one
    absolute ruler, Napoleon. ____________________
  • ____________________
  • ____________________
  • ____________________
  •  

27
Warm-up Connect 2
  • Connect any two vocab words in a statement of how
    they are similar or dissimilar.
  • __________ is like _________ because
  • ________________________________
  • ________________________________

28
Historical Figures in Animal Farm
  • Karl Marx
  • Philosopher credited with promoting communism
  • Believed communism would help workers and lead to
    perfect world

29
Historical Figures in Animal Farm
  • Karl Marx
  • Philosopher credited with promoting communism
  • Believed communism would help workers and lead to
    perfect world

30
Historical Figures in Animal Farm
  • V. I. Lenin
  • Leads communist revolution in Russia 1917
  • First communist leader of the Soviet Union
  • Dies in 1924

31
Historical Figures in Animal Farm
  • Trotsky
  • Idealistic leader of Soviet Union
  • Wants to take over for Lenin
  • Flees Russia as Stalin takes control

32
Historical Figures in Animal Farm
  • Trotsky
  • Idealistic leader of Soviet Union
  • Wants to take over for Lenin
  • Flees Russia as Stalin takes control

33
Historical Figures in Animal Farm
  • Josef Stalin
  • Leads Soviet Union after Lenins death
  • Murders most of his opponents
  • Most of the world is unaware of his atrocities

34
Historical Figures in Animal Farm
  • Josef Stalin
  • Uses media to control people
  • Uses secret police to instill fear and remove
    opposition

35
Limited Government
  • A system in which government power is limited,
    not absolute.

36
Constitutional Government
  • A government in which power is limited by a
    constitution.

37
Unlimited Government
  • A system in which government power is unlimited.
    Rulers do what they want.

38
Revolution
  • What is a revolution?

39
Revolution
  • The overthrow of one government and its
    replacement with another.

40
Revolution
  • Would you say the revolution on the farm was
    successful? Why or why not?
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