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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 5 Discussion Questions   Fri May 29, 2009 2:30 pm

According to Napoleon what did the animals have to do?
Napolean wanted the animals to listen to him to be against the windmill idea that Snowball had suggested and planned out. He wanted to practice the arms.

Why were the animals on the farm terrified?
The animals on the farm were terrified because they were caught unexpectedly and had no idea what was going on. They had little knowledge.

Do you think Snowball is really as smart as they make him sound in the book?
I think he may be smart but he is no where near done. If they got this far on their own, there should be something said about his intelligence.

Why do you think Snowball and Napoleon are against each other?
They are against each other because they have different beliefs.

How did Mollie feel in the beginning of Chapter 5?
She was excusing herself from time to time and eventually betrayed the whole farm by becoming a human's animal.

Are the animals well educated?
Only a few are, like the pigs and etc, but their learning is in progress.

How was Snowball a bad influence?
Snowball was supposbly a bad influence because he is using the same methods of what a human would do. He is using a windmill mechanism to help the animals, and that is human device, technology.

Why do only the pigs decide the rules? Is that right?
The pigs decide the rules because they have the most knowledge.

Some animals rejected the windmill idea! Why?
They believe it is part of human technology.

Do you think the windmill idea was the right way to solve the debate? Why or why not?
It probably was because eventually, they are making a government and not noticing it at all, therefore, they will increase their methods and they will become similarly as to what a basic human would do.

Napoleon is very well respected by all the animals; why do you think he gets so much respect?
He gets respect because he wants to follow the basic rules they had planned from the start.

Which animals began to not take responsibilty for the jobs they were given?
Mollie began to be the first and the wandering cat was just a freeloader.

Does Mollie really care for the freedom or would she rather be taken care of by humans? Support your answer.
She's very self-centered, She cares mostly about herself and thats about it. She was being pressured and then bribed.


Do you think the animals should've all gathered and confront Mollie?
Yes they have, they could have at least find out what was happening with her. The most they could have done was confront her.

Were you shocked about Snowball's expulsion?
I was shocked because it happened unexpectedly.

What do you think about Napoleon's maxim? Why?
I rather go with Snowball's ideas and basically I would be on Snowball's side so I don't really like Napoleon as much and I can't give him a positive impression.

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PostSubject: Chapter 5 Discussion Questions   Sat May 30, 2009 11:07 pm

1. Napoleon felt that the animals shouldn't build a windmill because it would be a waste of time and that they should increase production on food or they would starve to death.

2. The animals were terrified because they were scared of how life would be without the pigs.

3. I think Snowball is intelligent because he always comes up with plans that will benefit not only himself but also the whole farm.

4. Napoleon and Snowball are against each other because they both want power and they want to be leaders of Animal Farm. This greed for power results in them always being in confrontations.

5. Mollie was acting rather strange and felt that the humans weren't as bad as they thought so she went to a different farm.

6. Some of the animals are very well educated so they teach other animals on the farm but some of them just can't be taught.

7. Snowball was a bad influence because he was able to sweet talk the animals into doing what he wanted them to do.

8. The pigs are the only ones to make decisions because they are the most wise of the animals and the most intelligent.

9. Some animals rejected the windmill idea because they agreed with Napoleon and felt that it would waste their time and they wouldn't be able to make enough food to survive.

10. i think it was the right way to solve the debate because it just shows that although the animals see humans as enemies they are slowly making the same decisions that a human would make for the farm.

11. Naopleon is well respected because he is real with the animals and makes decisions that are better for the animals.

12. Molly began getting lazy and didn't do her job and the cat only came around to eat but never contributed anything to the farm.

13. Mollie doesn't really care about freedom and she would rather be taken care of by a human because they would give her sugar and dress her in ribbons.

14. Yes they should have because they could've seen what was wrong with her and could've supported her and tried to help her or make her feel better.

15. Snowball's expulsion was shocking because it was unexpected.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 5 Discussion Questions   Sun May 31, 2009 6:03 pm

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AF Questions Ch.5 (SET 1)

1.) According to Napoleon what did the animals have to do?
-According to Napoleon the animals had to dismiss the idea of a windmill that Snowball proposed because the waste of time would lead to a shortage of food in the future and instead he urged the animals to continue the steady production of food. Also he insists that the animals must procure firearms and train themselves in the use of them in order to be prepared for a rebellion.

2.) Why were the animals on the farm terrified?
- The animals on the farm where terrified at the unexpected out lash of nine enormous dogs that attacked Snowball.

3.) Do you think Snowball is really as smart as they make him sound in the book?
-I do believe that Snowball is as smart as they make him sound in the book because he seems to be manipulating the rest of the animals to his advantage and has great leadership ability.

4.) Why do you think Snowball and Napoleon are against each other?
- I think that Snowball and Napoleon are against each other because they are both raving over the title of leader and are willing to prove the other wrong in order to appear as the brighter more capable one in front of the other animals.

5.) How did Mollie feel in the beginning of Chapter 5?
- At the beginning of chapter five, Mollie felt troublesome because she unlike the other farm animals missed the things humans did for her.

6.) Are the animals well educated?
- Some of the animals are well educated like some of the pigs especially Napoleon and Snowball, however there are some that do not know past the letter B in the alphabet and are willing to follow the brighter animals without dispute or question.

7.) How was Snowball a bad influence?
- Snowball was a bad influence for the rest of the farm animals because he influenced rebellions among the animals themselves.

8.) Why do only the pigs decide the rules? Is that right?
- Only the pigs decide the rules because they are smarter and more educated. That is not right because they are only protecting their needs and may take advantage of this in the future.
9.) Some animals rejected the windmill idea! Why?
- Some animals, especially Napoleon reject the windmill idea because it is a waste of time and labor that can instead be spent in food production that would save them from starvation.

10.) Do you think the windmill idea was the right way to solve the debate? Why or why not? (What debate???)
- I think that the windmill idea was not the right way to solve the debate because it only divided the farm into two and drove the animals in different points of view.

11.) Napoleon is very well respected by all the animals; why do you think he gets so much respect?
- Napoleon is well respected by the other animals because he is intelligent and seems to bring sense to **********; he also led them through some struggles and made them believe in his leadership ability.

12.) Which animals began to not take responsibility for the jobs they were given?
- Mollie as well as the pigs began dismissing their responsibilities in the farm.

13.) Does Mollie really care for the freedom or would she rather be taken care of by humans? Support your answer.
-Mollie would rather be taken care of by humans, because she much rather be fed sugar by humans and have ribbons tide to her than work at the farm, like she was seen by Clover and she soon disappeared to live with a human who gave her just what she wanted.

14.) Do you think the animals should've all gathered and confront Mollie?
- I believe that Mollie was arrogant and perhaps loyal to humans and the treatment they gave her that any animalís confrontation with her would be a waste of time.

15.) Were you shocked about Snowball's expulsion?
- I was shocked at Snowballs expulsion by the dogs because he was earlier known to have taken them to educate them and their consequent rebellion against him was not to be expected.

16.) What do you think about Napoleon's maxim? Why?
-Napoleons maxim about for legs good, two legs bad is absurd because he is soon adopting the leadership and dictatorship their owner once lay upon them. Using that logic he has become a two legged bad.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 5 Discussion Questions   Sun May 31, 2009 6:24 pm

Silvia Huerta
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AF Questions Ch.5(SET 2)

1.) Is snowball's plan too far away to reach?
- Snowballís plan about building the windmill is not too far away to reach for this group of committed and willing animals.

2.) Is Napoleon's forceful possession of power good or bad for the animals?
-Napoleonís dictatorship is not good for the animals because he can easily deceive them and do as he pleases with the farm to benefit his own needs.

3.) Which animals will benefit the most from Napoleon's leadership?
-The pigs and dogs will benefit most from Napoleons leadership because most of his rules benefit them and protect their rights as well as prioritize their needs.

4.) Do you think Mollie is a traitor? Who do you think she represents in the Russian Revolution?
- I think Mollie is a traitor because she continues living with the humans not realizing what they are doing to her. She represents the Ö in the Russian Revolution.

5.) Do you think that Napoleon and Snowball have taken the role of the humans on the farm?
-Napoleon and Snowball have taken the role that Mr. Jones or the humans in Animal Farm because they are now running the farm to their best interest.

6.) Did Mollie need or want the humans to be happy?
- Mollie probably didnít care whether or not the humans were happy, more so she was self centered and only cared for her well being and happiness.

7.) How has the feud between Snowball and Napoleon elevated from the start of the utopia?
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8.) Who is doing better for themselves, us as humans, or them as animals?
-Humans are doing better for themselves because they have mastered the ways in which to benefit themselves from the labor of others.

9.) Would the world be better if ruled by animals?
- The world would remain the same ruled by humans or animals because power regardless of who has it is an addiction that grows and pollutes the mind, it turns good people into selfish beasts.

10.) Which animal do you feel you relate most to?
- I relate most to Boxerís dedication and commitment to the other animals and his duties as well as to his questions on what Snowball really did have blame for.


11.) Why was Mollie coming up with excuses?
-Mollie was coming up with excuses to meet up with the humans and have sugar and ribbons tired to her instead of helping around with her responsibilities.

12.) Why do you think Napoleon opposes the windmill idea?
-Napoleon is probably jealous of Snowballís great idea and therefore opposes it so passionately.

13.) What role did the pigeons play?
-The pigeons played messengers to the outside world and to the Farm.

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