"Cruce-Examination" asks students to analyze and discuss the various perspectives of four characters regarding John Proctor's decision to hang in Act IV of Arthur Miller's THE CRUCIBLE, with support from the text. They then compare these perspectives to their own opinion of whether Proctor should have falsely confessed or accepted an unjust execution, and justify their answer. Can be used as homework, in-class group work, or to foster an in-class debate. Fully editable. Preview may not reflect accurate pagination.