PowerPoint. A "constructed response" writing prompt for students to use as practice for standardized testing or just to become more proficient writers. Students will first read the non-fiction primary document (one page transcript) from the 1692 trial of Sarah Good. Judge Hathorne interrogates Sarah Good. You can find this online or in my product listings. Prompt asks students to carefully analyze the language of the transcript. Very interesting! See my handout students can use for brainstorming as/after they read the document, as well as my "key" handout with suggested responses.
I use this activity after showing my Salem Witchcraft trials PowerPoint (also available) as part of my introduction to The Crucible.