Animal Farm Chapter 2: Summary


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Who takes over teaching Old Major's way of thinking after his death in Animal Farm?

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1. As established in the second chapter of Animal Farm, the pigs do what to animals who disagree on one of the tenets of Animalism?

2. What is Sugarcandy Mountain in Animal Farm?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Animal Farm's second chapter moves the plot forward with a dramatic revolt. The questions on this quiz will ask you about the nature of the revolt as well as other events from the chapter.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be asked about the following events that occur in chapter two of Animal Farm:

  • What group took over the teaching of Old Major's way of thinking after his death
  • How the pigs responded to anyone who disagreed with the tenets of Animalism
  • Surgarland
  • Why the animals went to the food bins while Mr. Jones was sleeping
  • What happened to the cow's milk

Skills Practiced

This quiz will help you practice the following skills:

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of Animal Farm to understand which group of animals carried on Old Major's ideology after his death
  • Information recall - access information you've gained regarding the purpose of Sugarland
  • Reading comprehension - ensure you draw the most important information from the related lesson on Animal Farm chapter 2

Additional Learning

To take your understanding of this chapter a step further, you can read the related lesson, Animal Farm Chapter 2: Summary. You'll learn more details about chapter 2 through the following objectives:

  • Identify the leaders of the Animalism movement
  • Learn why Mr. Jones became a bad farmer over time
  • Understand what the animals changed the farm name to after the revolt