Non-fiction primary document constructed response practice. **Also including my "key" to this handout with my suggested responses. Helps students to look for and organize examples of bias and faulty questioning methods in the court transcript for Sarah Good. This handout has an area for observations about the questioning they notice John Hathorne and/or Jonathan Corwin using with Sarah Good, as well as a space for them to come up with their own terms for articulating their observations. Actual writing prompt is on this page along with space for writing the paragraph. See PowerPoint with the same prompt and an example of observations to which this guide leads students. My method for this part of my pre-Crucible introductory material is to 1) read the transcript aloud, 2) help them get started by sharing one of my observations (on the available PowerPoint), 3) have them brainstorm for 5 minutes with a partner to fill in the guide, and 4) assign the prompt (one paragraph of writing) to finish up for homework. See available rubric you can use to score this paragraph.