The Puritans of the 1600s - Chino Valley Unified School District

The Puritans of the 1600s Religious group who broke from England and came to the U.S. Strict in matters of dress and morality The Puritans of the 1600s

The Puritans of 1600 Religious group who broke from England and came to the U.S. Strict in matters of dress and morality Believed in discipline and hard work

Barn Raising The Puritans of 1600

Religious group who broke from England and came to the U.S. Strict in matters of dress and morality Believed in discipline and hard work Practiced introspection Skeptical of anything frivolous or fun The Puritans of the 1600s

Religious group who broke from England and came to the U.S. Strict in matters of dress and morality Believed in discipline and hard work Practiced introspection

Skeptical of anything frivolous or fun Believed in demonism Factors Leading to Witch Trials Life in Massachusetts Bay Colony was difficult Harsh winters Factors Leading to Witch Trials

Life in Massachusetts Bay Colony was difficult Recent smallpox epidemic Threats from warring tribes Factors Leading to Witch Trials

Life in Massachusetts Bay Colony was difficult Recent smallpox epidemic Threats from warring tribes Rivalry with nearby Salem (Politics as

well as personal squabbles) Strong belief in the devil Factors Leading to Witch Trials

Life in Massachusetts Bay Colony was difficult Recent smallpox epidemic Threats from warring tribes Rivalry with nearby Salem (Politics as well as personal squabbles) Strong belief in the devil =Environment of Fear and Suspicion The Salem Witch Trials of 1692

20 people were put to death 7 others died in prison Red ScareFear of Communists McCarthy Trials

1940s-1950s growing communism in Eastern Europe and China Political tension Senator Joseph McCarthy accused more than 200 of communism

Hunt for communists affected many writers and entertainers 320 were blacklisted The Titles Significance a container made of a substance that can resist great heat, for melting, fusing, or calcining ores, metals, and the like CRUCIBLE

a severe test or trial; here, meaning a test designed to bring about change or reveal an individual's true character. Something to Consider Who is being tested here? *You should

annotate in your book to trace the development of characters, theme, symbolism, and plot. Characterization Methods

Says- What the character says Appearance- The characters appearance and environment Thoughts- What the character thinks/ feels Does- What the character does Others- What others say about the character

Act 1: Characterization in Drama Dialogue (Says and Others) Stage directions (Appearance, Thoughts, Does) Reading Strategy: Question the characters motives _______________________________________

Read between the lines _______________________________________ Notes-Act 1 of The Crucible Use your SATDO acronym to take notes on characterization. Highlight the SATDO evidence. Write interpretation & rationale in the margin. SATDO Evidence

Interpretation Rationale Evidence=Quotations from the play; dialogue and stage directions/exposition Interpretation=What it means

Rationale=Why it is significant January 1692 Reverend Parris daughter and niece became ill The doctors diagnosis was bewitchment

------------------------------------------ Fear + Trigger = Scapegoat Act 1 Characters: Period 1

Abigail-Marisa Parris (Reverend)-Emily Huerta Susanna-Gracie

Tituba-Connor Mrs. Putnam-Gabe Putnam (Mr.)-Ian Mercy-Avery Mary Warren-Emily Garcia Narrator(s)-Noah Rosario, Kaitlyn Proctor-Noah Stevens Rebecca-Valerie Betty-Kurtis Hale (Reverend)-Isaac Giles Corey-Layla

Sample Annotations on Act 1: Comments About Society QUOTATIONS (PAGE) MEANING/SIGNIFICANCE Their creed forbade anything resembling a theater or vain enjoyment (1235). Their strict moral code did

not permit acting or anything done solely for the sake of fun. This predilection for minding other peoples business was timehonored among the people of Salem (1235). The Puritans were nosy and like to meddle in

others business. Millers diction critiques this habit. The word timehonored is sarcastic. Act 1 Arthur Miller states that the Salem tragedy developed from a paradox (7).

Explain. Note: A paradox is a contradictory statement that, on closer examination, may be true. Notes on The Crucible, Act 1 QUOTATIONS (PAGE)

ANALYSIS/EXPLANATION trouble in this house eventually lands on her back (8). Tituba is a slave and probably not treated well in this society endless capacity for

dissembling (9). Abigail is a very good liar. Why? always marked for calumny (21) What is calumny?? Act 1 Characters: Period 2

Abigail-Corina Parris (Reverend)-Jacob Smith Susanna-Victoria Tituba-Nick Mrs. Putnam-Viviana Putnam (Mr.)-Diego Mercy-Amaya Mary Warren-Carlos Narrator(s)-Jacob Wolfe, Anthony LaFrance Proctor-Noah Centeno

Rebecca-Kayla Betty-Amanda Hale (Reverend)-Kenny Giles Corey-Dillon Act 1Characters: Period 3

Abigail-Darlene Parris (Reverend)-Kenli Susanna-Kayla

Tituba-Diego Mrs. Putnam-Kirsten Putnam (Mr.)-Kim Mercy-Laura Mary Warren-Mia Narrator(s)-Alex, Jordan, Kyle Proctor-Shane Rebecca-Gianna Betty-Dylan Hale (Reverend)-Leo Giles Corey-Matthew

Act 1 Characters: Period 4

Abigail-Sayen Parris (Reverend)-Britney Susanna-Gerardo Tituba-Colin Mrs. Putnam-Basia Putnam (Mr.)-Eric Mercy-Curtis Mary Warren-Mery

Narrator(s)-Jacob J. , Mikel, Alex Proctor- Hailey Rebecca-Reese Betty-Alissa Hale (Reverend)-Eddie Giles Corey-Richard Act 1, Characters Period 6

Abigail-Bri

Parris (Reverend)-Allison C. Susanna-Isabel Tituba-Bryan Mrs. Putnam-Sarah Putnam (Mr.)-Matthew Mercy-Vivian Mary Warren-Jennifer Narrator(s)-Nathan C. , Andre T. Proctor-Andre Rebecca-Amaya Betty-Mihkaela Hale (Reverend)-Taylor

Giles Corey-Nathan N. How to Fill Out the SATDO Chart Evidence=Quotations from the play; dialogue and stage directions/exposition. Place in quotation marks and include the page number in parenthesis Interpretation=What it means. Read between the

lines. Think of characters motives, consider the time period, beliefs, etc. Rationale=Why it is significant (to the concept of alienation, to the plot, to the theme, to the play as a whole) The Crucible Pamphlet

With your table group, make a pamphlet with facts that will help us understand The Crucible. Use bullet points Synthesize information from your notes, textbook, the film we watched

and the internet. Use 2 pieces of paper Page 1 Page 1 The Puritans of 1600 About the

Author: Arthur Miller Background Information: The Crucible Names Date Period

Image Page 2 Page 2 The Salem Witch Trials Connections between The Salem Witch Trials & The

McCarthy Trials The McCarthy Trials The Puritans of 1600 About the Author:

Arthur Miller Backgroun d Informatio n: The Crucible Names Date Period

Image The Salem Witch Trials Connections between these two

The McCarthy Trials Act 1 What is your impression of Reverend Parris? Cite evidence from the play to support your opinion.

Act 1 Identify Mr. Putnams motives in Act 1. Activity In your notebook, copy down your quote. Locate the page number in Act 1 of The Crucible. Identify:

1. Who said it? 2. Who/what is it about? 3. What does it reveal about society and/or a character? Review Questions/Cornell Notes Cornell Notes and Back):

2pgs (or just Front Left side Study Questions Right side Answers to Questions Bottom Commentary Paragraph Act 1 Review Questions PAGE 1 1. Explain what Abigail says to her uncle about what she and Betty were doing in the forest. 2. Evaluate Reverend Paris main reason for finding out what the girls were doing in the forest.

3. Summarize the conversation between Abigail and the other girls once Rev. Paris leaves the room. 4. Identify Reverend Hale and the reason why he was brought to town. PAGE 2 5. Hypothesize Abigails feelings towards Goody Proctor. 6. Identify the cause(s) of sharp divisions that exist among the people of Salem Village. 7. Explain the motivation for (and content of) Titubas confession. 8. Theorize why the girls name the people they do at the end of Act I.

Act 2 Characters: Period 1

NarratorElizabeth ProctorJohn ProctorMary WarrenReverend HaleFrancis NurseRebecca NurseEzekiel CheeverGiles CoreyMarshal Herrick- Act 2 Characters: Period 2

NarratorElizabeth ProctorJohn ProctorMary WarrenReverend HaleFrancis NurseRebecca NurseEzekiel CheeverGiles CoreyMarshal Herrick- Act 2 Characters: Period 3

NarratorElizabeth ProctorJohn ProctorMary WarrenReverend HaleFrancis NurseRebecca NurseEzekiel CheeverGiles CoreyMarshal Herrick- ACT 2 Characters: Period 4

NarratorElizabeth ProctorJohn ProctorMary WarrenReverend HaleFrancis NurseRebecca NurseEzekiel CheeverGiles CoreyMarshal Herrick- ACT 2 Characters: Period 5

NarratorElizabeth ProctorJohn ProctorMary WarrenReverend HaleFrancis NurseRebecca NurseEzekiel CheeverGiles CoreyMarshal Herrick- Literary Concept: Allusion

A brief reference to something outside the work Another literary work, often The Bible A well-known person, often biblical A place A historical event

Act 2 Whose side do you take regarding the ongoing rift between Elizabeth and John Proctor? Explain. Allusions in Act 2

The crowd parted for Abigail like the sea for Israel An hour before the Devil fell, God thought him beautiful in Heaven. Pontius Pilate End of Act 2

1. 2. Evaluate Mary Warrens responsibility here. Is she guilty or innocent? Give details to explain. Evaluate Hales responsibility as well. To what degree is he guilty or innocent? Why? Review Questions/ Cornell Notes

Cornell Notes and Back): 2pgs (or just Front Left side Study Questions Right side Answers to Questions Bottom Commentary Paragraph Act 2 Review Questions

PAGE 1: 1) Describe the tension between John and Elizabeth Proctor. 2) Identify what Mary Warren brings home to Elizabeth and its significance. 3) Explain how Sarah Good saves herself from being executed. 4) Evaluate the general surprise of Rebecca Nurse being charged with witchcraft. PAGE 2: 5) According to Proctor, what is walking Salem and writing the law in the community? Explain.

6) Identify the irony of referring to the witchcraft trials as a black mischief. 7) Explain the allusion of comparing Abigail and Moses parting the Red Sea. 8) Explain the allusion of comparing Hale (and the witch trials) to Pontius Pilate. After Act 2 "Mass Hysteria & Moral Panic: Definitions, Causes & Examples"

https://youtu.be/kGDxL3c-1dc (Lead in to Hysteria Worksheet) Act 3 Characters, Period 1

Hathorne (and his voice) Martha Corey (and her voice) Giles (and his voice) Danforth (and his voice) Herrick Hale Parris Francis Nurse Proctor Mary Warren

Cheever Abigail Susanna Walcott Mercy Lewis Elizabeth FYI : GIRLS = Susanna, Mercy, Abigail Act 3 Characters, Period 2

Hathorne (and his voice) Martha Corey (and her voice) Giles (and his voice) Danforth (and his voice) Herrick Hale Parris Francis Nurse Proctor Mary Warren Cheever

Abigail Susanna Walcott

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