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Crucible Reverse Jeopardy Characters Literary Terms Plot Events SettingQuoteSignificance
Who is the protagonist of The Crucible?
John Proctor Back
Who are the Antagonists of The Crucible?
Abigail and Danforth Back
Why is Parris so afraid to have Betty named as a witch?
He could lose his job and reputation. Back
How do John Proctor and Rebecca Nurse see the events differently from the rest of the community?
They think the whole situation is fake and that it will just blow over after a while. Back
Mary Warren “I’m- I am an official of the court, they say, and I-”
Mary has a new sense of power and likes to feel important. Back
What does Rev. Hale possibly believe regarding the guilt of people by the end of Act 2?
Perhaps innocent people are being accused. Back
Why do people “part like the sea” when Abigail enters the room?
They fear her power to accuse them. Back
Why does Mary Warren continue to accuse people even after first admitting that Abigail is a fraud?
She is afraid of Abigail. Back
Which character is the center of all the land disputes?
Thomas Putnam Back
What does Abigail mean when she states, “Think you be so mighty that the power of Hell may not turn your wits? Beware of it!”
I can accuse you (Danforth) just as easily as anyone else. Back
Where does The Crucible take place?
Salem, Massachusetts Back
In what year does the Salem Witch Trial take place?
What about the Puritan mindset made it possible to accept the events of the trial?
High religious focus and the focus on the spiritual realm. Back
What can you conclude about Parris after a dagger is thrown at him?
He is fearful for his life. Or He was hated by the community. Back
How does Danforth handle the accusations against his court?
He finds reasons not to listen to evidence regarding his failing court. Back
What can you conclude from the references made to the town of Andover?
People have rebelled and overthrown the courts in Andover. Back
Which two people would be considered an example of a literary Foil?
Parris and Hale or Mary Warren and Abigail Back
Why is it important to Danforth and Parris that Proctor confess?
It will prove that the court was right. Back
What is the mood of the play after the opening scene of Act 3?
Dark and Despairing Back
Elizabeth states, “He have his goodness now”
He now has self-respect and a good heart. Or She and God have forgiven him. Back
What event foreshadows the accusing of Elizabeth Proctor?
The private conversation between Proctor and Abigail Back
What is the climax of Act 3?
Proctor is accused Back
What is implied by John’s statement, “It is my name”
John does not want to discredit his name with a lie. It is more important to have honor than life. Back
Why are Tituba and Goody Good some of the first characters to be accused?
They are of lower social status Back
Who Said,” I take it on my soul, but who else may surely tell us what person murdered my babies?”
Mrs. Putnam Back
Crucible Jeopardy Characters Literary Terms Plot Events Setting McCarthy Trials/Kazan and Miller
The Crucible Acts I & II *Choose a question from the board on the next slide. Click once to reveal the answer, then click the star to return to the board.
The Crucible Act III and IV. The details create a mood that is gloomy and forbidding Abigail threatens Danforth when she says, “Think you be so mighty.
The Crucible Bellringer #17 9/5/13 1. What does Giles accuse Mr. Putnam of in the beginning of Act III? 2. When Danforth gives John Proctor the offer to.
The Crucible Double JEOPARDY S2C06 Jeopardy Review.
The Crucible Discussion Questions. Act I 1.What were some of the frustration that caused the persecution of neighbors? 2.How was the Puritan’s preservation.
Focus Questions The Crucible: Act I. Focus Questions The Crucible takes place in 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts The protagonist is John Proctor Characters.
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The Crucible Exam Review Robinson English III. Crucible Jeopardy Puritan Background/ McCarthyism Literary Elements Plot Structure Characterization What.
1. We know two pieces of info from Act I: First of all, we know John Proctor had an affair with Abigail. Secondly, we know that Elizabeth knows about the.
Jeopardy Lit Dev. Char.Act 1-2Act 3-4 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Quotes.
Parris slave daughter niece Tituba Betty Abigail John Proctor Had an affair Thomas and Ann Putnam daughter Ruth Conjured spirits in the forest Dislike.
The Crucible By Arthur Miller. Preview/Foundation Setting: 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts Point of View: third-person omniscient and first-person Historical.
GOOD VS EVIL STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND HOW TO EXPLAIN THE NATURE OF GOOD AND EVIL IN ‘THE CRUCIBLE’
The Crucible $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Characters?
The Crucible Plot Line. EXPOSTION Salem, Spring, 1692 Background: Religion, Theocracy, importance of reputation, land disputes *Abigail is confronted.
The Crucible Act 1 Summary Please make 6 bullets on your paper. For each bullet, write one significant event that occurred in Act 1. Your bulleted events.
Jeopardy Review Game. Characters Identifying Key Events Notable Quotable Characters Fact or Fiction
1. How much time has passed since Act I? 8 Days.
The Crucible Act I. The relationship between Abigail and Proctor seems to foreshadow the real cause of the frightening events to come. Abigail went to.
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The Crucible List of Characters. Francis Nurse Head of the Nurse family; Respected man in town. Tried to stop the trials by aiding John Proctor.
The Crucible Act III. Inference What can the audience infer from Judge Hathorne’s questioning of Martha Corey at the beginning of Act III? What can the.
The Crucible Act III. Irony Irony Francis: We come here three days now and cannot be heard.” Francis: We come here three days now and cannot be heard.”
The Crucible. Intolerance The Crucible is set in a theocratic society, in which the church and the state are one, and the religion is a strict, austere.
The Crucible Jeopardy. 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Characters.
1. Who is a sensible man who recognizes hypocrisy?
The Crucible CHARACTERS The Crucible American Literature.
BY ARTHUR MILLER THE CRUCIBLE. SETTING This book took place in the 1600s in Salem Massachusetts.
By: McKinley King Zoe Brownfield. Argument from Authority/ False Authority Asks audiences to agree with the assertion of a writer based simply on his.
The Crucible by: Arthur Miller. Characterization Reverend Parris – “I have many enemies.” “There is a faction that is sworn to drive me from my pulpit.”
The Crucible Themes. The Individual and the Community Act 1 Act 1 Proctor – doesn’t believe in witchraft, Abigail tells him the truth Proctor – doesn’t.
Analyzing The Crucible. Themes The central idea or underlying meaning of a literary work Typically deals with an abstract concept that is made concrete.
CRUCIBLE STUDY GUIDE. 1/ How does the story open? 2/ Why is Reverend Parris worried only about himself and not his daughter? 3/ Why is Tituba worried.
THIS IS With Host... Your Character 101 Quotes Witches and Such Goody Who? MiscellaneousSymbolism.
The Crucible Act III March 15, Why do Giles and Francis want to talk to Danforth? They go to try to persuade the judge that their wives are good.
Jeopardy Vocab Quotes Characters Plot Misc. Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
The Crucible Act II. Elizabeth urges John to go to Salem to tell the court that Abigail’s story is a hoax. People fear Abigail’s power to accuse them.
The Crucible Study Guide Questions Act II. Describe John and Elizabeth’s relationship. Their relationship is strained from his affair with Abigail. Even.
Belonging in The Crucible. Belonging in the play Community Belonging vs Individual Beliefs Hysteria Reputation & Belonging Belief & Control Persecuting.
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The Crucible Themes. What is a theme? A fundamental and often universal idea explored in a literary work. A fundamental and often universal idea explored.
The Crucible Test Review English III CP/HGT 1 st and 2 nd Period.
C1 Quotable Quotes C2 Setting C3 Sins and Sinners.
The Crucible Act I. Reverend Parris’ House Spring His daughter, Betty, is lying on the bed and is not moving.
Crucible Bellringer #18/9/13 1.Look at the picture below. What inferences can you make about the Puritans? List at least two inferences. Today’s Target:
THIS IS Characters True/ False Short Answer Who Said?! Name that Act! Misc.
The Crucible An in-depth look at the play. Basic Questions - Characters Who was the old man crushed with stones? Answer: Giles Corey.
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