This is a perfect complement to Arthur Miller's The Crucible. I have also used it with "The Lottery" short story by Shirley Jackson. Can be easily incorporated into English, US History, drama, and other units. My students enjoyed these activities greatly. So will yours!
All Aboard! The locomotive is making stops at all Salem Stations:
**Painting: "The Examination of a Witch"
**Poem: "Half-Hanged Mary"
**Chart: Age/Gender/Marital Status Accused/Accusers
**Article: "The Witchcraft Trials in Salem"
**Primary Source: "!2 Good Rules of Puritan Behavior"
**Primary Source "Innocent Have I Been Tortured, Innocent Must I Die"
**Primary Source: Puritan Diary Entries
**Article: "9 Reasons You May Accused of Witchcraft in Salem 1692"
Activities will wow any History or ELA traveler:
**Letter to Principal
**Diary Entry in Puritan Voice
and much more!
Meets Common Core State Standards for College and Career Readiness - Reading
8 Printable station prompts/texts - editable Word
Overview document - editable Word