Animal Farm Name ______________________ Creating a Satirical Fable Period ______ Date ___________ Creating a Satirical Fable 1. Brainstorm possible situations, events, or actions by people you would like to satirize: 2. Circle the thing you’ve chosen to satirize. 3. Carefully consider who you’ll include in your fable and what they’ll be represented by. Use the chart below. Real People/ Real Events Represented by what animals?/ fake events? 4. Make a brief plot outline. a. Exposition (characters, what the characters want, setting, point of view) Characters What the characters want Setting (how will the setting contribute to the moral) Point of view b. Rising Action (complications) c. Climax d. Falling action e. Denoument (resolution/ending) f. Epigram (This is a moral statement at the end of the fable. Use this only if you want to make yours like one of Aesop’s fables. Leave this off if your fable is more like Orwell’s political allegory/fable.) Adapted from Novel Units, 1991, Anne Troy & Phyllis Green. L. Clark-Burnell, 2003. Animal Farm Name ______________________ Creating a Satirical Fable Period ______ Date ___________ Adapted from Novel Units, 1991, Anne Troy & Phyllis Green. L. Clark-Burnell, 2003.
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