This resource is a general introductory overview of Arthur Miller's The Crucible. It begins with aspects of the literary form of genre and ends with some background information about Arthur Miller's relationship with the Red Scare/McCarthyism. The last slide includes a link to the History Channel website, which has a nice introductory video to Salem in the 1690s and the insecurity that led to the chaos and hysteria of the Salem Witch Trials.
There are 16 slides included, with images and text. Made with Microsoft PPT on Mac OS. Includes language that aligns with the IB MYP philosophy unit planners, but those slides are editable.