The Crucible Tragic Hero John Proctor

The Crucible Tragic Hero John Proctor
The Crucible Tragic Hero John Proctor
The Crucible Tragic Hero John Proctor
The Crucible Tragic Hero John Proctor
The Crucible Tragic Hero John Proctor
The Crucible Tragic Hero John Proctor
The Crucible Tragic Hero John Proctor
The Crucible Tragic Hero John Proctor
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The Crucible's main character, John Proctor, is an exemplary modern tragic hero, and teaching about him and the qualities of a tragic hero is an ideal lesson to supplement your teaching of the play. Use this beautifully designed presentation with eye-catching graphics between Acts II and III. Then have students use the notes they take during Acts III and IV as the basis for a constructed response or essay.

NOTE: Use the first 11 slides to teach Aristotle's views on tragedy and the tragic hero with ANY story or play.

What’s included:

17-slide PowerPoint Presentation that cover these topics:

• Traditional Heroes Might Wear Capes, but Tragic Heroes Don’t
• Aristotle on Tragedy and the Tragic Hero
• What is a Tragic Hero?
• Aristotle on Tragedy. These are a NO GO!
• What type of character is appropriate for tragedy?
• Aristotle’s Traits of the Tragic Hero
• Essential Tragic Hero Traits: Hamartia, Anagnorisis, Peripeteia
• Common Tragic Hero Flaws
• Arthur Miller on the Common Man as Tragic Hero
• John Proctor as Tragic Hero: Positive Traits; Negative Traits of Flaws

2. Guided Notes Handout for accurate and easy note taking during the presentation. An additional page is included for more extensive note taking while reading the play.

3. John Proctor as a Modern Tragic Hero Constructed Response
➼ Handout with the prompt
➼ Rubric specific to the constructed response format and the prompt

4. John Proctor as a Modern Tragic Hero Two-Paragraph Essay: When you’d like something longer than a paragraph, but not a full, five-paragraph essay.
➼ Handout with the prompt
➼ Rubric specific to a two-paragraph essay and the prompt

5. John Proctor as a Modern Tragic Hero Essay: This prompt is different than the Constructed Response and Two-Paragraph Essay prompt; is more detailed and requires a longer essay to respond to completely.

➼ Handout with the prompt.
➼ Rubric specific to the five-paragraph essay format and the prompt

6. Easy Teaching Plan. Includes notes from 15 of the slides. Designed to make teaching this lesson easy and effective!
Total Pages
33 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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