John Proctor must make a decision in Act 4 of Arthur Miller's The Crucible. Will he betray his friends, sacrifice his integrity, empower an unjust court?
This resource guides students as they read the fourth act of The Crucible.
This activity is also a great way to steer class discussion about this section of the play.
There are 5 pages and 52 questions, some questions with questions within the question.
There are two charts and one simple graphic organizer to diversify activities just a bit.
Some questions require recall and check comprehension and other questions require higher order thinking and analysis.
Many questions provide a quote for examination or require the student to provide a quote as illustration of his response.
I created this activity with Word, so you can edit it to suit your own class.
I have other activities for The Crucible including:
"Induced Hysteria," a formal speech assignment to introduce students to McCarthyism and a
"Dangerous Ideology" activity that has students research other events in history where rigid ideology led to disaster.
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Thank you for your consideration. Enjoy!