This lesson focuses on comparing Animal Farm and the Russian Revolution in several ways.  Taught to a humanities class, it is broken into three parts focusing on character, theme, and rhetoric.  It is taught in a DI classroom. Designed to aid in the writing of a literary paper focusing in Animal Farm in a DI classroom.

Article Id: 21601 | Date published: 23/7/2012
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