This worksheet identifies different motifs or themes within The Crucible. Students are then asked to identify different characters that help develop that motif or theme, explain their answer, and then discuss the social commentary that character
This worksheet has a list of important quotations for The Crucible. It asks students to identify who the speaker is just from context clues and then explain why the quotation is significant. I typically review these answers with a Kahoot! or a
This worksheet will have students practice finding protagonist, antagonist, thematic statements, foreshadowing, similes, metaphors, personification, symbols, point of view, plot pyramid elements, and conflict. It also requires them to be able to
This worksheet is aligned to both The Crucible by Arthur Miller and the TED Talk by Clint Smith: "The Danger of Silence." I use this as prior knowledge to help students better understand just why no one in the community speaks out against Abigail.
This is a compilation of 5 different roles to assign to student literature circles. Roles include a discussion leader, important quotations explained, literary elements, a theme logger, and a cartographer. Each worksheet takes students about 10
Students will study the dramatic comedy genre as a whole, using The Importance of Being Earnest as its dominant text. In addition to reading this play, students will participate in a close reading study of a one act of their choosing, view two film