Get your students imagining that they are journalists reporting on the events of Salem in the 1600s. This kind of learning is so important to test their ability to transfer content knowledge and applying it to fit a journalistic genre.
This resource is brilliant for teachers and students alike because it guides the class through creative brainstorming for feature article titles as well as providing sample responses.
Ever wondered how a journalist might pen the confession of John Protector in the paper? Alternatively, how would you write up the arrival of Reverend John Hale.
This resource has direct instruction, brainstorming ideas and carefully formatted feature articles that link subtlety with the Arthur Miller text.