Anne Hutchinson Trial Play, Voting Simulation, Exit Slip and Persuasive Essay

Anne Hutchinson Trial Play, Voting Simulation,  Exit Slip and Persuasive Essay
Anne Hutchinson Trial Play, Voting Simulation,  Exit Slip and Persuasive Essay
Anne Hutchinson Trial Play, Voting Simulation,  Exit Slip and Persuasive Essay
Anne Hutchinson Trial Play, Voting Simulation,  Exit Slip and Persuasive Essay
Anne Hutchinson Trial Play, Voting Simulation,  Exit Slip and Persuasive Essay
Anne Hutchinson Trial Play, Voting Simulation,  Exit Slip and Persuasive Essay
Anne Hutchinson Trial Play, Voting Simulation,  Exit Slip and Persuasive Essay
Anne Hutchinson Trial Play, Voting Simulation,  Exit Slip and Persuasive Essay
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Help your students become more familiar with the Anne Hutchinson trial and experience the feelings of the jurors at her trial. This power point starts with background information about Anne. The next part of the presentation includes a modified transcript of the trial which is read as a play. The play has two acts. After Anne's initial testimony, students are asked to vote on her guilt or innocence on the first charge, that she was part of the faction who signed a petition against one of the ministers. Students will find themselves unsure of Anne's guilt since she signed no petition and had only met with the signers at her home. Students are then asked to continue reading from the trail transcript in play form. In this last part, students will hear the two statements Anne makes which cause the church fathers to find her guilty, that she had "revelations" directly from God and that God told her he would curse the church fathers if they found her guilty. At the end of the play, students demonstrate their understanding by completing an Exit Slip to tell why Anne was found guilty and also to tell what the "life lesson" is from this historical event. Afterward, students can be asked to determine if Anne was a hero or zero to the cause of religious freedom. A prewriting chart is included for students to fill in prior to writing. There are two forms of this chart, one for higher and lower level learners. Additionally, there is a rubric for the essay. Thanks for looking and happy history! Penny Wood
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