Although this activity is one lesson in my The Crucible (Arthur Miller) Unit Plan, here is a version of it that is more generic so teachers can use it with any literature where mob mentality plays an active role.
This lesson will engage Middle and High School students while they strengthen their critical thinking skills as well as their writing and speaking skills.
Is mob mentality always negative? Can it have a positive impact on society? Is the media a perpetrator or a victim of this type of action? These are just a few of the questions that students will explore individually and as a group during this lesson.
This product includes a detailed Teacher Notes page complete with Common Core Standards and Blooms' Taxonomy choices, as well as the Who, What, When, Where and How for this lesson.
Here is the link for the compete 52-page unit plan for The Crucible
The Crucible Unit Plan
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