Questioning in The Crucible - Examining Legality

Questioning in The Crucible - Examining Legality
Questioning in The Crucible - Examining Legality
Questioning in The Crucible - Examining Legality
Questioning in The Crucible - Examining Legality
Questioning in The Crucible - Examining Legality
Questioning in The Crucible - Examining Legality
Questioning in The Crucible - Examining Legality
Questioning in The Crucible - Examining Legality
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This resource is designed for The Crucible, but could work with other texts as well. You'll find here a simple chart for helping students determine whether or not a question (and its answers) would be admissible in court. Then, you'll see question cards from each act. These are designed to print small, but you can always scale them up as needed. I use this as a class activity that students work on as we read by placing the questions into admissible or in-admissible categories on a small poster. You can, of course, add other questions into the activity - I simply picked representative samples from each act.

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