The skills pages are one page for each chapter of Animal Farm.
Chapter 1 - Characterization
Chapter 2 - Characterization, Plot, Inference, Symbolism
Chapter 3 - Compare/Contrast, Speech Analysis, Rhetorical Devices, Logical Fallacies
Chapter 4 - Foreshadowing, Irony, Comprehension Graphic Organizer
Chapter 5 - Compare/contrast, Speech Analysis (bias, evidence, rebuttal)
Chapter 6 - Patterns, irony, paraphrase
Chapter 7 - Cause and Effect, critical thinking
Chapter 8 - Speaker's bias, Argument (premises and conclusion)
Chapter 9 - Analogies, Cause and Effect, Stated vs. Implied Evidence
Chapter 10 - Compare/Contrast, Setting's impact, literary terms
PLUS there are FOUR Assessments: TWO Multiple Choice, TWO Creative/Writing
The 4 assessments on Animal Farm are...
1. Students choose two theme statements to defend with textual evidence (characters, plot events, and quotes). This assesses knowledge of the text, understanding of the themes of the text, and writing skills.
2. Creative writing assessment require students to select a Role, Audience, Format, and Topic and write accordingly. This assess knowledge of the text, understanding of the themes of the text, and writing skills. (with grading rubric)
3. 50 Multiple Choice Question Quiz on Chapters 1-5. (with answer key) Skills include reading comprehension, characterizations, tone, parallelism, literary terms, inference, analogies, and speech analysis.
4. 45 Questions Multiple Choice Test on the whole novel. (with answer key) Higher order thinking questions about the novel and its themes.