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Animal Farm Chapter 3: Summary

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In Animal Farm, what did the animals do on Sunday?

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1. In Animal Farm, what was the relationship between Snowball and Napoleon?

2. What did the animals in Animal Farm always do at the end of a Meeting?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In chapter 3 of Animal Farm, the animals are beginning to live under the newly formed system of Animalism. The questions in this quiz will ask you about aspects of Animalism's government and education system, as well as the chapter's characters and events.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These questions will ask you to:

  • Describe Boxer
  • Know what the animals do on Sundays
  • Understand the nature of Snowball and Napoleon's relationship
  • Recall how the animals conclude their meetings
  • Identify the method Napoleon uses to educate young animals
  • Determine what the animals do with the apples and milk

Skills Practiced

Skills practiced in this quiz include:

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of Animal Farm to determine how the animals conclude their meetings
  • Information recall_ - access information you've gained regarding the characters of Boxer, Snowball and Napoleon
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding the nature of Snowball and Napoleon's relationship and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

To gain a deeper understanding of the characters and events in this chapter, read the related lesson, Animal Farm Chapter 3: Summary. Objectives this lesson focuses on include:

  • Understand the animals lives under Animalism
  • Describe the animals' workload
  • Identify the phrase Snowball uses to help less intelligent animals understand Animalism
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