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Crucible and Puritan Jeopardy Characters Puritan Core Beliefs Plot Events McCarthy and The Crucible QuoteSignificance 100 200 300 400 500
The acronym for the Puritan core beliefs
Gods grace is given freely. It cant be earned or denied.
Irresistible Grace Back
The Reverend who is trained in witchcraft
Reverend Hale Back
Daughter of Parris; assumed to be possessed
Betty Parris Back
The famous last words of Giles Corey
more weight Back
Which character is the first to confess to witchcraft?
What gift does Mary Warren give to Elizabeth Proctor?
A poppet Back
What were a group of young girls found doing in the woods, at the beginning of the play? This is strictly forbidden by Puritan law!
This character is the center of all the land disputes.
Thomas Putnam Back
Thy love is such I can no way repay exemplifies this Puritan core belief (TULIP)
Limited Atonement Back
Full name of the senator who is attributed to starting the Red Scare
Senator Joseph McCarthy Back
During the Red Scare, the American government was afraid of the spread of this Eastern political ideology.
The Committee that prosecuted and convicted people of being a part of an anti-American communist party
House Un-American Activities Committee Back
Servant to the Proctors
Mary Warren Back
What can Marry Warren not do when requested in court?
During the Red Scare, this was the act of labeling famous actors, writers, and artists as Un-American and encouraging the American public to boycott their works.
God saves only those he wishes; predestination
List two of the signs given by Parris that Salem has changed for the worse since the witch trial proceedings.
children are orphans cows wander the town crops are rotting in the fields Back
Miller can be likened to this character in The Crucible, when he is found guilty of contempt of court for refusing to give the names of his associates and collegues.
Giles Corey Back
This Puritan Poet likes love to whole mines of gold
Anne Bradstreet Back
Those elected by God have full power to interpret the will of God.
Unconditional Election Back
Adam and Eve caused every man and woman to be born sinful, due to the original sin.
Total Depravity Back
In Jonathan Edwards Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, his audiences sinful wicked manner can be attributed to this Puritan core belief (TULIP)
Total Depravity Back
Head judge in Salem
Judge Danforth Back
Which character is being spoken of in this quote from The Crucible? He have his goodness now
John Proctor Back
**Crucible = severe test**. Puritans Never formally left the Church of England (wanted to return and purify the church). They believed God ruled first,
The Crucible Jeopardy.
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The Crucible Review.
The Crucible Who’s Who.
The Crucible By Arthur 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.
Crucible Reverse Jeopardy Characters Literary Terms Plot Events SettingQuoteSignificance
Jeopardy Review Game. Characters Identifying Key Events Notable Quotable Characters Fact or Fiction
The Crucible Plot Line. EXPOSTION Salem, Spring, 1692 Background: Religion, Theocracy, importance of reputation, land disputes *Abigail is confronted.
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The Crucible By Arthur Miller
Arthur Miller - The Crucible
The Crucible Background LA 3 Mrs. Trippy. Puritans Fled England to the New World to be able to practice their religion –Persecuted others in the New World.
The Crucible Arthur Miller. Arthur Miller: A Life Born on October 17, 1915 Attended the University of Michigan from Graduated with a degree.
Roslynn D. Elom Sept. 22, rd and 4 th period.
The Crucible - Arthur Miller ARTHUR MILLER » (1915 – 2005) Considered one of the greatest dramatists of the twentieth century The Crucible, All My Sons,
Intro Notes. AUTHOR: Arthur Miller DATE: 1952 GENRE: Drama (Play) Historical Fiction POINT OF VIEW: 3 rd person.
Focus Questions The Crucible: Act I.
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