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Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
Animal Farm Ch. 1   4 Review
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  • 1. Hosted by Mrs. Scott Jeopardy
  • 2. 100 100 200 200 400 400 300 400 Chapter One Characters The Battle of Cowshed Chapters Two & Three 300 300 300 200 400 200 100 500 500 500 500 100
  • 3. Row 1, Col 1 Manor Farm, England What is the setting?
  • 4. 1,2 I am a fierce-looking Berkshire Boar; the only one on the farm. Who is Napoloen?
  • 5. 1,3 This month of witches and goblins is shared with this important event. What is October?
  • 6. 1,4 The body of laws that the animals establish based on the teachings of Old Major. What are The Seven Commandments?
  • 7. 2,1 This is the only creature that consumes without producing. Who is Man?
  • 8. 2,2 I am a brilliant talker and can turn black into white. Who is Squealer?
  • 9. 2,3 One is easygoing, the other is tough and shrewd in business, but they have one thing in common, farming. Who are Pilkington and Frederick?
  • 10. 2,4 The whole system of government set up by the pigs that is based upon the thoughts of Old Major. What is Animalism?
  • 11. 3,1 It was decided that these animals are comrades. Who are the rats and wild creatures?
  • 12. 3,2 “ I will work harder” is the personal motto of this animal. Who is Boxer?
  • 13. 3,3 This animal studied the teachings of Julius Caesar and planned the defensive attack. Who is Snowball?
  • 14. 3,4 This maxim is learned by these specific animals, “ Four legs good, Two legs bad.” Who are the sheep?
  • 15. 4,1 This is the only animal that did not come to hear Old Major speak. Who is Moses, the raven?
  • 16. 4,2 This animal is inventive and has come up with committees to organize the animals. Who is Snowball?
  • 17. 4,3 The award that was conferred on Boxer and Snowball for bravery. What is Animal Hero First Class?
  • 18. 4,4 Napoleon felt that the “ education of the young” was most important. Which animal(s) was he referring to? Who are the nine puppies?
  • 19. 5,1 The song that Old Major taught the animals, which became their song of rebellion. What is Beasts of England?
  • 20. 5,2 This animal is the original founder of the animals rebellion and until his death, the most respected animal on the farm. Who is Old Major?
  • 21. 5,3 One animal lost its life. Who is the sheep?
  • 22. 5,4 This liquid product mysteriously disappeared and showed up in some animals food. What is the milk?

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