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1 Engaging Comprehension Ques1ons for Every Chapter

2 Hello, and thank you for purchasing this download. In this document you will find 10 reading comprehension ques>ons for each chapter of George Orwell s novel, Animal Farm. These ques>ons will challenge your students to read closer. As a result, they will understand the story beger. There are mul>ple formats presented in this download. These formats are designed to best meet your classroom needs (and also to save some paper). Please note that this purchase is for one classroom license to be used by a single teacher. Addi>onal licenses for mul>ple teachers can be purchased at a discounted price. Do not upload or display this product on the Internet. Please contact me if you have any ques>ons. Also, please provide product feedback on my TpT page. Providing honest feedback not only earns you credits that you can use toward future purchases, but it also helps me improve the quality of my products. Sincerely, The Daring English Teacher Fonts by: Follow Me on Social Media! Click on the logos! Graphics By:

3 1. Who is Old Major? Describe him. 2. Who is Boxer? Describe him. 3. Why did Old Major want to speak to the animals? 4. What animals sit in the front rows to listen to Old Major? 5. Who is missing from the barn that night? 6. According to Old Major, who is the enemy? 7. What does Old Major call for? 8. What are seven things that Old Major says animals must refrain from? 9. What do the animals do at the end of the chapter? 10. What does Mr. Jones do when the animals singing wakes him up?

4 1. Who is Old Major? Describe him. 2. Who is Boxer? Describe him. 3. Why did Old Major want to speak to the animals? 4. What animals sit in the front rows to listen to Old Major? 5. Who is missing from the barn that night? 6. According to Old Major, who is the enemy? 7. What does Old Major call for? 8. What are seven things that Old Major says animals must refrain from? 9. What do the animals do at the end of the chapter? 10. What does Mr. Jones do when the animals singing wakes him up? Name: Date: Per: 1. Who is Old Major? Describe him. 2. Who is Boxer? Describe him. 3. Why did Old Major want to speak to the animals? 4. What animals sit in the front rows to listen to Old Major? 5. Who is missing from the barn that night? 6. According to Old Major, who is the enemy? 7. What does Old Major call for? 8. What are seven things that Old Major says animals must refrain from? 9. What do the animals do at the end of the chapter? 10. What does Mr. Jones do when the animals singing wakes him up?

5 1. Why do the pigs have a hard >me convincing Mollie? 2. Why do the pigs have a hard >me convincing Moses? 3. What three events made it easier for the animals to rebel? 4. Where did Mr. Jones go the night before the rebellion started? What did he do upon his return? 5. What did Mr. Jones employees do that ignited the rebellion? 6. Summarize the events of the rebellion. 7. Who goes in and checks out the farm house? What do they see? 8. What do the animals decide to do with the farmhouse? 9. What are the Seven Commandments? 10. What mysterious thing happens at the end of the chapter?

6 1. Why do the pigs have a hard >me convincing Mollie? 2. Why do the pigs have a hard >me convincing Moses? 3. What three events made it easier for the animals to rebel? 4. Where did Mr. Jones go the night before the rebellion started? What did he do upon his return? 5. What did Mr. Jones employees do that ignited the rebellion? 6. Summarize the events of the rebellion. 7. Who goes in and checks out the farm house? What do they see? 8. What do the animals decide to do with the farmhouse? 9. What are the Seven Commandments? 10. What mysterious thing happens at the end of the chapter? Name: Date: Per: 1. Why do the pigs have a hard >me convincing Mollie? 2. Why do the pigs have a hard >me convincing Moses? 3. What three events made it easier for the animals to rebel? 4. Where did Mr. Jones go the night before the rebellion started? What did he do upon his return? 5. What did Mr. Jones employees do that ignited the rebellion? 6. Summarize the events of the rebellion. 7. Who goes in and checks out the farm house? What do they see? 8. What do the animals decide to do with the farmhouse? 9. What are the Seven Commandments? 10. What mysterious thing happens at the end of the chapter?

7 Chapter 1 1. Who is Old Major? Describe him. 2. Who is Boxer? Describe him. 3. Why did Old Major want to speak to the animals? 4. What animals sit in the front rows to listen to Old Major? 5. Who is missing from the barn that night? 6. According to Old Major, who is the enemy? 7. What does Old Major call for? 8. What are seven things that Old Major says animals must refrain from? 9. What do the animals do at the end of the chapter? 10. What does Mr. Jones do when the animals singing wakes him up? Chapter 2 1. Why do the pigs have a hard >me convincing Mollie? 2. Why do the pigs have a hard >me convincing Moses? 3. What three events made it easier for the animals to rebel? 4. Where did Mr. Jones go the night before the rebellion started? What did he do upon his return? 5. What did Mr. Jones employees do that ignited the rebellion? 6. Summarize the events of the rebellion. 7. Who goes in and checks out the farm house? What do they see? 8. What do the animals decide to do with the farmhouse? 9. What are the Seven Commandments? 10. What mysterious thing happens at the end of the chapter?

8 1. What is different about this harvest than previous harvests? 2. What is the pigs main role on the farm? 3. Which animal does the majority of the work? 4. What is Boxer s new slogan? 5. What does the flag look like? What do the colors and symbols represent? 6. What is the maxim that the Seven Commandments are reduced to? 7. What happened to Jessie and Bluebell s nine puppies once they weaned? 8. Where did the milk go? 9. What is the pigs reasoning for keeping the apples and milk to themselves? 10. What tac>cs does Squealer use to convince the other animals that the pigs need the milk and apples?

9 1. What is different about this harvest than previous harvests? 2. What is the pigs main role on the farm? 3. Which animal does the majority of the work? 4. What is Boxer s new slogan? 5. What does the flag look like? What do the colors and symbols represent? 6. What is the maxim that the Seven Commandments are reduced to? 7. What happened to Jessie and Bluebell s nine puppies once they weaned? 8. Where did the milk go? 9. What is the pigs reasoning for keeping the apples and milk to themselves? 10. What tac>cs does Squealer use to convince the other animals that the pigs need the milk and apples? Name: Date: Per: 1. What is different about this harvest than previous harvests? 2. What is the pigs main role on the farm? 3. Which animal does the majority of the work? 4. What is Boxer s new slogan? 5. What does the flag look like? What do the colors and symbols represent? 6. What is the maxim that the Seven Commandments are reduced to? 7. What happened to Jessie and Bluebell s nine puppies once they weaned? 8. Where did the milk go? 9. What is the pigs reasoning for keeping the apples and milk to themselves? 10. What tac>cs does Squealer use to convince the other animals that the pigs need the milk and apples?

10 1. At first, why did the other farmers not help Mr. Jones? 2. What do Mr. Frederick and Mr. Pilkington say about animal farm convince their animals that it is bad? 3. Why did George Orwell set the bagle in October? What historical significance does it have? 4. How did Snowball prepare for the humans agempt to take back the farm? 5. Boxer thought he did something terrible. What was it and how did he feel about it? 6. What was Snowball s response to Boxer s incident? 7. Who was missing? Where was this animal found? 8. What does Snowball say at the sheep s funeral? 9. What are the military decora>ons the animals create and to whom are they awarded? 10. What do the animals decide to do with Mr. Jones gun?

11 1. At first, why did the other farmers not help Mr. Jones? 2. What do Mr. Frederick and Mr. Pilkington say about animal farm convince their animals that it is bad? 3. Why did George Orwell set the bagle in October? What historical significance does it have? 4. How did Snowball prepare for the humans agempt to take back the farm? 5. Boxer thought he did something terrible. What was it and how did he feel about it? 6. What was Snowball s response to Boxer s incident? 7. Who was missing? Where was this animal found? 8. What does Snowball say at the sheep s funeral? 9. What are the military decora>ons the animals create and to whom are they awarded? 10. What do the animals decide to do with Mr. Jones gun? Name: Date: Per: 1. At first, why did the other farmers not help Mr. Jones? 2. What do Mr. Frederick and Mr. Pilkington say about animal farm convince their animals that it is bad? 3. Why did George Orwell set the bagle in October? What historical significance does it have? 4. How did Snowball prepare for the humans agempt to take back the farm? 5. Boxer thought he did something terrible. What was it and how did he feel about it? 6. What was Snowball s response to Boxer s incident? 7. Who was missing? Where was this animal found? 8. What does Snowball say at the sheep s funeral? 9. What are the military decora>ons the animals create and to whom are they awarded? 10. What do the animals decide to do with Mr. Jones gun?

12 Chapter 3 1. What is different about this harvest than previous harvests? 2. What is the pigs main role on the farm? 3. Which animal does the majority of the work? 4. What is Boxer s new slogan? 5. What does the flag look like? What do the colors and symbols represent? 6. What is the maxim that the Seven Commandments are reduced to? 7. What happened to Jessie and Bluebell s nine puppies once they weaned? 8. Where did the milk go? 9. What is the pigs reasoning for keeping the apples and milk to themselves? 10. What tac>cs does Squealer use to convince the other animals that the pigs need the milk and apples? Chapter 4 1. At first, why did the other farmers not help Mr. Jones? 2. What do Mr. Frederick and Mr. Pilkington say about animal farm convince their animals that it is bad? 3. Why did George Orwell set the bagle in October? What historical significance does it have? 4. How did Snowball prepare for the humans agempt to take back the farm? 5. Boxer thought he did something terrible. What was it and how did he feel about it? 6. What was Snowball s response to Boxer s incident? 7. Who was missing? Where was this animal found? 8. What does Snowball say at the sheep s funeral? 9. What are the military decora>ons the animals create and to whom are they awarded? 10. What do the animals decide to do with Mr. Jones gun?

13 1. What did Clover accuse Mollie of? How does this violate the rules? 2. What happened to Mollie? Why did she leave? 3. What are Snowball s strengths? How does Snowball win the animals support? 4. What are Napoleon s strengths? How does Napoleon win the animals support? 5. Why did Snowball create the windmill plans? What does Napoleon do to these plans? 6. Why do Snowball and Napoleon disagree with each other? 7. Who is the only animal on the farm who does not side with either Snowball or Napoleon? 8. What happens to Snowball when he convinces the animals that the windmill must be built? 9. Where did the nine dogs come from? 10. What does Napoleon announce on the third Sunday? Why does he say the things he says?

14 1. What did Clover accuse Mollie of? How does this violate the rules? 2. What happened to Mollie? Why did she leave? 3. What are Snowball s strengths? How does Snowball win the animals support? 4. What are Napoleon s strengths? How does Napoleon win the animals support? 5. Why did Snowball create the windmill plans? What does Napoleon do to these plans? 6. Why do Snowball and Napoleon disagree with each other? 7. Who is the only animal on the farm who does not side with either Snowball or Napoleon? 8. What happens to Snowball when he convinces the animals that the windmill must be built? 9. Where did the nine dogs come from? 10. What does Napoleon announce on the third Sunday? Why does he say the things he says? Name: Date: Per: 1. What did Clover accuse Mollie of? How does this violate the rules? 2. What happened to Mollie? Why did she leave? 3. What are Snowball s strengths? How does Snowball win the animals support? 4. What are Napoleon s strengths? How does Napoleon win the animals support? 5. Why did Snowball create the windmill plans? What does Napoleon do to these plans? 6. Why do Snowball and Napoleon disagree with each other? 7. Who is the only animal on the farm who does not side with either Snowball or Napoleon? 8. What happens to Snowball when he convinces the animals that the windmill must be built? 9. Where did the nine dogs come from? 10. What does Napoleon announce on the third Sunday? Why does he say the things he says?

15 1. Describe the animals current living and working condi>ons? 2. Despite these harsh condi>ons, why are the animals s>ll happy? 3. Compared to the >me when Mr. Jones was on the farm, how much food do the animals have now? 4. What is Napoleon s new policy? How does this violate what Old Major had previously said? 5. What do the pigs do once they start dealing with men? How does this also violate what Old Major said? 6. What happened to the Fourth Commandment? 7. How is Squealer able to convince the animals that the Fourth Commandment was not changed? 8. How does Benjamin feel toward the windmill? 9. What happens to the windmill? 10. According to Napoleon, who is responsible for the windmill s destruc>on? Why does he blame him?

16 1. Describe the animals current living and working condi>ons? 2. Despite these harsh condi>ons, why are the animals s>ll happy? 3. Compared to the >me when Mr. Jones was on the farm, how much food do the animals have now? 4. What is Napoleon s new policy? How does this violate what Old Major had previously said? 5. What do the pigs do once they start dealing with men? How does this also violate what Old Major said? 6. What happened to the Fourth Commandment? 7. How is Squealer able to convince the animals that the Fourth Commandment was not changed? 8. How does Benjamin feel toward the windmill? 9. What happens to the windmill? 10. According to Napoleon, who is responsible for the windmill s destruc>on? Why does he blame him? Name: Date: Per: 1. Describe the animals current living and working condi>ons? 2. Despite these harsh condi>ons, why are the animals s>ll happy? 3. Compared to the >me when Mr. Jones was on the farm, how much food do the animals have now? 4. What is Napoleon s new policy? How does this violate what Old Major had previously said? 5. What do the pigs do once they start dealing with men? How does this also violate what Old Major said? 6. What happened to the Fourth Commandment? 7. How is Squealer able to convince the animals that the Fourth Commandment was not changed? 8. How does Benjamin feel toward the windmill? 9. What happens to the windmill? 10. According to Napoleon, who is responsible for the windmill s destruc>on? Why does he blame him?

17 Chapter 5 1. What did Clover accuse Mollie of? How does this violate the rules? 2. What happened to Mollie? Why did she leave? 3. What are Snowball s strengths? How does Snowball win the animals support? 4. What are Napoleon s strengths? How does Napoleon win the animals support? 5. Why did Snowball create the windmill plans? What does Napoleon do to these plans? 6. Why do Snowball and Napoleon disagree with each other? 7. Who is the only animal on the farm who does not side with either Snowball or Napoleon? 8. What happens to Snowball when he convinces the animals that the windmill must be built? 9. Where did the nine dogs come from? 10. What does Napoleon announce on the third Sunday? Why does he say the things he says? Chapter 6 1. Describe the animals current living and working condi>ons? 2. Despite these harsh condi>ons, why are the animals s>ll happy? 3. Compared to the >me when Mr. Jones was on the farm, how much food do the animals have now? 4. What is Napoleon s new policy? How does this violate what Old Major had previously said? 5. What do the pigs do once they start dealing with men? How does this also violate what Old Major said? 6. What happened to the Fourth Commandment? 7. How is Squealer able to convince the animals that the Fourth Commandment was not changed? 8. How does Benjamin feel toward the windmill? 9. What happens to the windmill? 10. According to Napoleon, who is responsible for the windmill s destruc>on? Why does he blame him?

18 1. What changes to the windmill do the animals make to ensure it will not fall down again? 2. Describe the animals living and working condi>ons in the winter. 3. What does Napoleon do convince Mr. Whymper that there is food on the farm? 4. What decision does Napoleon make to try to procure more food on the farm? 5. What is Snowball blamed for? Why does Napoleon always blame Snowball? 6. What is Snowball s new accusa>on that even puzzles Boxer? 7. What happens when Napoleon orders the animals to line up? 8. What is Boxer s solu>on to this problem? 9. What does Snowball abolish? Why does he do this? 10. Who is the new character and what does he do?

19 1. What changes to the windmill do the animals make to ensure it will not fall down again? 2. Describe the animals living and working condi>ons in the winter. 3. What does Napoleon do convince Mr. Whymper that there is food on the farm? 4. What decision does Napoleon make to try to procure more food on the farm? 5. What is Snowball blamed for? Why does Napoleon always blame Snowball? 6. What is Snowball s new accusa>on that even puzzles Boxer? 7. What happens when Napoleon orders the animals to line up? 8. What is Boxer s solu>on to this problem? 9. What does Napoleon abolish? Why does he do this? 10. Who is the new character and what does he do? Name: Date: Per: 1. What changes to the windmill do the animals make to ensure it will not fall down again? 2. Describe the animals living and working condi>ons in the winter. 3. What does Napoleon do convince Mr. Whymper that there is food on the farm? 4. What decision does Napoleon make to try to procure more food on the farm? 5. What is Snowball blamed for? Why does Napoleon always blame Snowball? 6. What is Snowball s new accusa>on that even puzzles Boxer? 7. What happens when Napoleon orders the animals to line up? 8. What is Boxer s solu>on to this problem? 9. What does Napoleon abolish? Why does he do this? 10. Who is the new character and what does he do?

20 1. What is the Sixth Commandment? What was it changed to? Why was it changed? 2. What causes Napoleon s safety precau>ons to be increased? What are these new precau>ons? 3. What are the pigeons new orders? Why does Napoleon give out these orders? 4. The animals were able to complete the windmill on >me despite many obstacles and setbacks. What were the obstacles and setbacks? 5. Who does Napoleon finally sell the >mber to? Why is this shocking to the animals? 6. Describe the bagle. Who won? What were the casual>es? 7. What happened to the windmill? 8. Why does Squealer fire the gun? Why does Boxer disagree? 9. What commandment did the pigs break at the end of the chapter? 10. What was Squealer caught doing at the end of the chapter?

21 1. What is the Sixth Commandment? What was it changed to? Why was it changed? 2. What causes Napoleon s safety precau>ons to be increased? What are these new precau>ons? 3. What are the pigeons new orders? Why does Napoleon give out these orders? 4. The animals were able to complete the windmill on >me despite many obstacles and setbacks. What were the obstacles and setbacks? 5. Who does Napoleon finally sell the >mber to? Why is this shocking to the animals? 6. Describe the bagle. Who won? What were the casual>es? 7. What happened to the windmill? 8. Why does Squealer fire the gun? Why does Boxer disagree? 9. What commandment did the pigs break at the end of the chapter? 10. What was Squealer caught doing at the end of the chapter? Name: Date: Per: 1. What is the Sixth Commandment? What was it changed to? Why was it changed? 2. What causes Napoleon s safety precau>ons to be increased? What are these new precau>ons? 3. What are the pigeons new orders? Why does Napoleon give out these orders? 4. The animals were able to complete the windmill on >me despite many obstacles and setbacks. What were the obstacles and setbacks? 5. Who does Napoleon finally sell the >mber to? Why is this shocking to the animals? 6. Describe the bagle. Who won? What were the casual>es? 7. What happened to the windmill? 8. Why does Squealer fire the gun? Why does Boxer disagree? 9. What commandment did the pigs break at the end of the chapter? 10. What was Squealer caught doing at the end of the chapter?

22 Chapter 7 1. What changes to the windmill do the animals make to ensure it will not fall down again? 2. Describe the animals living and working condi>ons in the winter. 3. What does Napoleon do convince Mr. Whymper that there is food on the farm? 4. What decision does Napoleon make to try to procure more food on the farm? 5. What is Snowball blamed for? Why does Napoleon always blame Snowball? 6. What is Snowball s new accusa>on that even puzzles Boxer? 7. What happens when Napoleon orders the animals to line up? 8. What is Boxer s solu>on to this problem? 9. What does Snowball abolish? Why does he do this? 10. Who is the new character and what does he do? Chapter 8 1. What is the Sixth Commandment? What was it changed to? Why was it changed? 2. What causes Napoleon s safety precau>ons to be increased? What are these new precau>ons? 3. What are the pigeons new orders? Why does Napoleon give out these orders? 4. The animals were able to complete the windmill on >me despite many obstacles and setbacks. What were the obstacles and setbacks? 5. Who does Napoleon finally sell the >mber to? Why is this shocking to the animals? 6. Describe the bagle. Who won? What were the casual>es? 7. What happened to the windmill? 8. Why does Squealer fire the gun? Why does Boxer disagree? 9. What commandment did the pigs break at the end of the chapter? 10. What was Squealer caught doing at the end of the chapter?

23 1. What warning does Clover give to Boxer? What does this warning foreshadow? 2. What was the original plan for the animals re>rement? 3. What are some of the new inequali>es that the animals are experiencing? 4. How does the new ligers of pigs nega>vely affect the other animals? 5. What has Snowball s involvement with Mr. Jones s evolved into? 6. Who reappears on the farm in the middle of the summer? 7. Why are the animals uneasy about Boxer going to a veterinary hospital? 8. Where does Boxer end up going? How do the animals figure this out? 9. What lie does Squealer to try to convince the animals that Boxer did not go to the slaughter house? 10. How did the pigs acquire money for another case of whisky?

24 1. What warning does Clover give to Boxer? What does this warning foreshadow? 2. What was the original plan for the animals re>rement? 3. What are some of the new inequali>es that the animals are experiencing? 4. How does the new ligers of pigs nega>vely affect the other animals? 5. What has Snowball s involvement with Mr. Jones s evolved into? 6. Who reappears on the farm in the middle of the summer? 7. Why are the animals uneasy about Boxer going to a veterinary hospital? 8. Where does Boxer end up going? How do the animals figure this out? 9. What lie does Squealer to try to convince the animals that Boxer did not go to the slaughter house? 10. How did the pigs acquire money for another case of whisky? Name: Date: Per: 1. What warning does Clover give to Boxer? What does this warning foreshadow? 2. What was the original plan for the animals re>rement? 3. What are some of the new inequali>es that the animals are experiencing? 4. How does the new ligers of pigs nega>vely affect the other animals? 5. What has Snowball s involvement with Mr. Jones s evolved into? 6. Who reappears on the farm in the middle of the summer? 7. Why are the animals uneasy about Boxer going to a veterinary hospital? 8. Where does Boxer end up going? How do the animals figure this out? 9. What lie does Squealer to try to convince the animals that Boxer did not go to the slaughter house? 10. How did the pigs acquire money for another case of whisky?

25 1. Describe how the farm has changed. 2. What is the windmill used for? 3. What are the pigs and dogs main roles on the farm? 4. What shocking discovery do the animals make? 5. What is the new phrase the sheep bleat? 6. What happened to the seven commandments? What were they replaced with? 7. How do the pigs change once they learn to walk on their hind legs? 8. What do the animals see when they peek inside the farm house? 9. What does Mr. Pilkington say that is shocking and goes against animalism? 10. What changes does Napoleon make to Animal Farm?

26 1. Describe how the farm has changed. 2. What is the windmill used for? 3. What are the pigs and dogs main roles on the farm? 4. What shocking discovery do the animals make? 5. What is the new phrase the sheep bleat? 6. What happened to the seven commandments? What were they replaced with? 7. How do the pigs change once they learn to walk on their hind legs? 8. What do the animals see when they peek inside the farm house? 9. What does Mr. Pilkington say that is shocking and goes against animalism? 10. What changes does Napoleon make to Animal Farm? Name: Date: Per: 1. Describe how the farm has changed. 2. What is the windmill used for? 3. What are the pigs and dogs main roles on the farm? 4. What shocking discovery do the animals make? 5. What is the new phrase the sheep bleat? 6. What happened to the seven commandments? What were they replaced with? 7. How do the pigs change once they learn to walk on their hind legs? 8. What do the animals see when they peek inside the farm house? 9. What does Mr. Pilkington say that is shocking and goes against animalism? 10. What changes does Napoleon make to Animal Farm?

27 Chapter 9 1. What warning does Clover give to Boxer? What does this warning foreshadow? 2. What was the original plan for the animals re>rement? 3. What are some of the new inequali>es that the animals are experiencing? 4. How does the new ligers of pigs nega>vely affect the other animals? 5. What has Snowball s involvement with Mr. Jones s evolved into? 6. Who reappears on the farm in the middle of the summer? 7. Why are the animals uneasy about Boxer going to a veterinary hospital? 8. Where does Boxer end up going? How do the animals figure this out? 9. What lie does Squealer to try to convince the animals that Boxer did not go to the slaughter house? 10. How did the pigs acquire money for another case of whisky? Chapter Describe how the farm has changed. 2. What is the windmill used for? 3. What are the pigs and dogs main roles on the farm? 4. What shocking discovery do the animals make? 5. What is the new phrase the sheep bleat? 6. What happened to the seven commandments? What were they replaced with? 7. How do the pigs change once they learn to walk on their hind legs? 8. What do the animals see when they peek inside the farm house? 9. What does Mr. Pilkington say that is shocking and goes against animalism? 10. What changes does Napoleon make to Animal Farm?

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