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Here is a sheet of six bookmarks.
Each includes the play's title, a graphic of a spooky little girl, and the quote,"The Devil is precise; the marks of his presence are definite as stone....”
Keep kids on track and remind them of the irony of this statement by Reverend Hale, and the incredible hasty judgments, injustices, and horrors of the play.
I hope you'll browse the resources for The Crucible that I have available in my store including:
Individual Act questions (also available bundled)
the very popular collaborative research and presentation project requiring kids to discover other dangerous ideologies throughout history that led to disasters such as the Salem Witch Trials.
I also have an introduction to the Colonial Period.
Might I suggest introducing your students to Puritan ideology by starting with Hawthorne's "Young Goodman Brown." I find the kids see the witch trials as more plausible after studying the judgmental nature of the Puritans in this short story. I have an activity for "YGB" available too.
Please click below to browse these resources:
O's The Crucible Store
Thank you. Enjoy! Lori