The Crucible Historical Accuracy of Arthur Miller's Play and Screen Play

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A valuable free resource, this PowerPoint presentation distinguishes between the Witch Trials and The Crucible, providing students with a look at the play's historical accuracy.

To discuss the historical accuracy of Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, I’ve produced a PowerPoint consisting of 48 slides.

To begin, there is a Miller quote in which he comments on the historical accuracy of his play and screenplay.

There are 21 slides providing the historical account of the witch trials.

Following are 22 slides pointing out historical discrepancies in the play and in the movie.

Finally, there are two slides with discussion prompts regarding Miller's reasons for straying from history.

Each slide has a relevant graphic.

There are a total of 59 interesting graphics.

I show this presentation to students after they have finished reading and discussing the play and after viewing the movie.

The graphics often depict the movie characters, and kids can easily identify them.

The font is large and clear.

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