The Colonial Period: The Crucible (Drama)

Note: Honors Students must complete the study guide. Regular students should do it to study for the final test, but it is not required.

Week of February 1st

M. 2/1

  • Passive Voice
  • Go over research topics

T. 2/2

  • Passive Voice
  • Finish research topics review
  • Read Intro Reading
  • Go over Discussion Questions for the Intro Reading

W. 2/3

  • Passive Voice
  • Watch first half of Act I

Th. 2/4

  • Passive Voice
  • Watch second half of Act I
  • HW: Read Act I (Quiz Monday)

Week of February 8th

W. 2/10

  • Quiz (Act I)
  • Watch first half of Act II

Th. 2/11

  • Passive Voice #3
  • Finish watching Act II
  • HW: Do Passive Voice #4 + Read Act II

F. 2/12

  • Review Passive Voice #4
  • Watch first half of Act III
  • HW: Read first half of Act III

Week of February 15th 

T. 2/16

  • Passive Voice QUIZ
  • Finish watching Act III
  • HW: Read the rest of Act III

W. 2/17

  • Watch Act IV
  • HW: Read Act IV and finish Study Guide

Th. 2/18

  • One
    • Is The Crucible a tragedy?
    • Read handout and write one page explaining why or why not.
  • Two
    • How is The Crucible a response to McCarthyism?
    • Read the two articles and write a one page response to this question.
  • Due tomorrow before the bell rings!

F. 2/19

  • The Crucible EXAM
  • Honors must turn in Study Guides today!

Author: MrsLamp88

Carly (Stahmer) Lamp graduated from the University of Iowa in 2011 with a BA in English and a teaching certificate in secondary English education. Since the fall of 2011, Mrs. Lamp has been teaching English literature and composition courses at Assumption High School in Davenport, Iowa. She currently teaches AP Lit. and Comp. and English 11. Mrs. Lamp also coaches the Academic Decathlon team and runs the AHS ACT Prep Club. Some of her favorite novels include... American Psycho (Ellis) Beloved (Morison) Wide Sargasso Sea (Rhys) All the Pretty Horses (McCarthy) A Farewell to Arms (Hemingway) High Fidelity (Hornby) Heart of Darkness (Conrad) The Catcher in the Rye (Salinger) Catch-22 (Heller) Moby Dick (Melville) The Portrait of a Lady (James) Midnight's Children (Rushdie)

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