Winston helps a comrade in need.
Through his musings we learn about the family in Oceania, in 1984.
We're also introduced to the sacred principles of Ingsoc: Newspeak, Mutability of the Past, and doublethink.
t the end of the chapter, thoughtcrime.
Evaluate students' understanding and appreciation of the second and third chapters of 1984.
This activity has 4 pages and 40 questions for students to complete during or after reading Orwell's 1984, Section 1 Chapters 2 and 3.
This product could also be used as a discussion guide.
Higher level thinking questions address
---the concept of family in Oceania,
---indoctrination of children through the Spies and Youth League making them an extension of the Thoughtpolice in the home,
---Parsons as the perfect Party comrade,
---the sacred principles of Ingsoc,
---Winston's ancestral memory, and
---the overall dominance of the Party.
There are questions, charts, and excerpts from the text requiring students to provide key words and analyze.
I use a clear font, relevant graphics, and I provide space for student responses.
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