The Crucible Test

Selena Smith
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9th - 12th, Homeschool
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The Crucible Final Test has the following:

20 Multiple-choice questions

20 True/False questions

20 Matching people to their descriptors

1 short answer list

1 short essay (paragraph length)

The editable PowerPoint is included in this zip file in case you wish to make changes to fit your classroom.

Also, there are 2 versions of the test! You can give different tests to different classes or deter cheaters with these.

Answer keys to both versions are included. Furthermore, there is a student answer sheet if you wish to reuse the test. The students can write their answers on one sheet, and you can grade them much easier than flipping through several pages of a test.


Sample Questions:

_____ 2. Why does Abigail Williams live with Reverend Parris?

A. She is an orphaned relative of his. C. She is his daughter.

B. She is his maid. D. She is Betty’s best friend.

_____ 7. Which of the following people does NOT change during the play?

A. John Proctor B. Judge Danforth C. Reverend Parris D. Reverend Hale

_____ 15. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

A. Abigail stole money from Reverend Parris.

B. Thomas Putnam is a very wealthy man.

C. Reverend Hale quit the court but came back to help the accused.

D. Danforth became mayor of Salem because of the respect he gained.

_____19. Which of the following is an example of irony in the play?

A. John Proctor forgets the commandment on adultery.

B. Abigail Williams leaves Salem on a ship bound for Boston.

C. Mary Warren makes Elizabeth Proctor a doll.

D. John Proctor finds out Elizabeth is pregnant after her arrest.


_____ 25. Ann Putnam sent her daughter Ruth to Tituba to conjure up Ruth’s dead siblings.

_____ 26. Mary Warren is not swayed by others during the play. She stands firm on her convictions.

_____ 36. Reverend Hale cannot be convinced that the girls are frauds.


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Total Pages
17 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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