Differentiated Lessons for Teaching “Animal Farm” by George Orwell
Informational texts to accompany George Orwell’s Animal Farm
Animal Farm is the satirical story of a group of barnyard animals, led initially by Major the old boar, that overthrows their human masters and strive to live equally with each other. Written in the 1940s, the dystopian novel reflects on Soviet economic and political philosophies. Animal Farm is regularly listed as one of the greatest novels of the 20th Century.
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