Squealer's Quotes from Animal Farm

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What role does Squealer play in Animal Farm?

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1. Why does Squealer say that Napoleon has to make decisions for the animals in Animal Farm?

2. What does Squealer say will happen if the pigs aren't given all the apples and milk in Animal Farm?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In George Orwell's Animal Farm, Squealer functions as frontman for Napoleon, the leader of the new regime that has been put into place following the Rebellion. See how Squealer's quotes help to manipulate the other animals through fear and self-doubt, then test your memory and comprehension using this worksheet and quiz combination.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz and worksheet will test you on:

  • Who Squealer is and who he works for
  • The argument Squealer uses to convince the animals that Napoleon must be obeyed
  • Why Napoleon's decisions must inevitably be better than any of theirs

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - confirm your understanding of who Squealer and Napoleon are and what they want
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about why the animals on Animal Farm were willing to accept Napoleon's leadership
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained about how Squealer uses combined threats, persuasion, and ambiguity to keep the animals confused and off guard

Additional Learning

For more information about sayings by Squealer, study Squealer's Quotes from Animal Farm. Lesson objectives are as follows:

  • Explain what makes Squealer such a persuasive speaker
  • Discover why Napoleon lets Squealer act as his intermediary
  • Evaluate the impact of Squealer's implication that Napoleon's leadership guarantees their safety from Jones
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