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This chart focuses on all of the major characters of Arthur Miller\'s The Crucible. It quizzes students on the characters, their actions, and their motivations for those actions. It is a simple format to allow you to quickly see if students are getting the basics of the play but also understanding w
With this purchase, you will receive character analysis charts for Abigail Williams, John Proctor, Elizabeth Proctor, Judge Danforth, and Reverend Parris. These charts are a great way to get your students to look deeper into these iconic characters. They also provide great starting points for group
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9th - 12th
Use these charts throughout The Crucible to help students keep track of important character motivations and themes. The character chart covers six of the major characters. The theme chart covers eight major themes with explanations of each theme. The files are editable to easily adapt to your classr
It's easy to get confused over the many characters in Arthur Miller's "The Crucible," but don't bore your students with a character analysis worksheet or character chart! Amp up the engagement with these character trading cards! You can have students create a card for each major character, or you c
Grades:
9th - 12th, Adult Education
The students will use this chart after reading ACT I of Miller's The Crucible. They will assess the characters' key personality traits, motivations, how the character interacts with others, and a key quote from the character that shows who that character truly is. The characters included for this as
This chart is designed to help students organize and understand the characters from the play by Arthur Miller. The chart comes with pictures from the movie starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Winona Ryder to help students identify each character more easily. The chart has a second area, set aside for stud
This is a graphic organizer that helps students to understand character motivations for Act 3 of The Crucible. Students must identify character actions, character motivations, cite text evidence to back up their answers, and explain why they picked that particular evidence.This was very helpful for
Use this flow chart to keep track of the many characters in the play and how they are important to the plot of The Crucible.Download includes a Google Slide that can be filled out by students digitally or printed and filled out on hard coy. Slide #2 is the answer key.
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
The Crucible Character Analysis Chart lists the major characters in the play and asks students to list descriptions of the characters, their motivations, and personality traits. The activity also includes images of each character from the film version of the play.When I teach The Crucible, we watch
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9th - 12th
This worksheet (3 pages) helps your student track the differences between the Tituba character presented in The Crucible; I, Tituba; and the real person from history.
Note-taking chart for analysis of characters' actions and motivations during the trials. Pictures of characters from the movie are included with names. Students must identify characters' actions during the trials and determine their motivations for taking such actions. Microsoft Word document.
We all know students learn in a variety of ways. That is why we follow Arthur Miller's The Crucible with the cinematic version on Netflix! These Character sheets are meant to follow that plan of action by creating visual boxes to fill in dialogue and stage directions from the text and a third box to
Here is somewhat of a graphic organizer to track the character descriptions, character traits, and character motivations found in Act 2 of The Crucible. Each column has a brief description of what should go in it. I previous made this as a resource for Act 1 but updated it to contain only the charac
The idea for this came from my American literature textbook, but I created the chart. In this activity, students decide the motivation for each character listed and explain the motivation.
A single-sided document that compels students to thoroughly examine a single character (or two, if you print a double-sided doc) in a work of fiction. Students will address the following items on the worksheet: -title of work -full name of character selected or assigned -age of character -check bo
This is a chart for students to fill out while reading The Crucible to help keep them remember key details about characters. The chart asks students to analyze character relationships, personality traits and each character's values and goals.
Grades:
7th - 12th
This packet contains eight character charts that allow the students to organize the information about the following characters: Abigail Williams Betty Parris Ruth Putnam Mercy Lewis Mary Warren Elizabeth Proctor John Proctor Reverend Parris The first page is completed as an example. This assignment
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8th - 12th, Higher Education
I got this idea from my American literature text, but I created the charts myself. This set of worksheets contains a chart for Abigail Williams and John Proctor. Through this chart, students evaluate the motives, emotions, and other aspects of the two characters.
Graphic organizer for predicting eternal reward and/or punishment for major characters in Arthur Miller's The Crucible
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9th - 12th
Help your students recall 16 different characters they met in Act 1 of Arthur Miller’s classic play, The Crucible. By filling in the flow chart either in teams of two or as a solo activity, students will be forced to dig back into the text as they build a visual reminder of the wheels within wheels
Grades:
10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Everything you need for your unit plan on Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible, is here in this mega bundle. With more than 100+ pages, you'll get: • A 46-slide Introductory presentation with personal photos of Salem, MA (PPT is NOT editable but includes formatted blank slide for you to customize if
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education
The Crucible: Interactive Flip Book **--Answer key for study guide questions only**8 pages – each “flap” is ¾ inch and is ready for you to easily line up by using the directions on how to assemble the organizer. Formatted so you will have to make just one fold!Includes:-Each act has study guide ques
Grades:
7th - 12th, Staff
How do your students grapple with difficult texts? I've had success with "Say, Mean, Matter" charts. When completing a chart, students read what characters SAY, paraphrase to reveal what the quote MEANS, and take it a step further by analyzing why the quote MATTERS. Included with your purchase:Say,
How do your students grapple with difficult texts? I've had success with "Say, Mean, Matter" charts. When completing a chart, students read what characters SAY, paraphrase to reveal what the quote MEANS, and take it a step further by analyzing why the quote MATTERS. Included with your purchase:Say,

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