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Bye, Bye, Mr. Jones!
Surviving on their own
This is the plan to survive on our own
Rebuilding for success
(Note as the storyboard goes on, this is not by chapter. It is by events.) So basically in the first section of Animal Farm, the animals come together as a group to rebel against the old drunken owner named Mr. Jones. The animals really struggle with the way Jones runs the farm and are firm believers that he uses and abuses them. Three pigs step up to the plate in taking action against the good ol' framer jones and decide to chase him out of the place. As you can see in the storyboard, it was a success and he ended up running away for good. From now on, Jones and his old ways have been removed from the farm.
At this point in the story, Jones is gone and now the animals must come together as one. They are going to assemble a set of rules that must not be broken. For example, a rule could be "Do not adapt to any of the human ways or live in a house". If one of the group members disobeys, they will be singled out and punished. As the rules are set out, there is much more to worry about like, shelter, food, water, and making sure all the requirements of life are met. It is up to the the animals now to run their lives without Jones. Could this be good or bad?
The rules have been laid down and now the challenge is on to rebuild and make a steady and healthy living. Later on (this is irrelevant right now), the animals decide to build a windmill but I will leave that for you to read. They must stay strong together and consistently work in order to survive and have a functioning society. They must grow their own food, milk the cows for milk supply and just do anything that they wouldn't usually have to do when Jones is around. It is going to be hard to remain positive and consistently work as a team. You can sure see that this is a realistic struggle in upcoming chapters. To conclude this last section, nothing much happened but they are up for a lot of work.
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