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Interactive Lecture. The Crucible Arthur Miller Please find a seat – ladies on the left and guys on the right. What happens when someone is wrongly accused of something?. Take two minutes to answer the above question on your journal paper. **It’s the last page of your packet.

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Interactive Lecture

  • The Crucible

  • Arthur Miller

  • Please find a seat –

    ladies on the left and

    guys on the right.


What happens when someone is wrongly accused of something?

  • Take two minutes to answer the above question on your journal paper. **It’s the last page of your packet.


1500-1750

Puritanism


  • Mayflower landed Dec. 1620 with 100 passengers (Pilgrims)

    A. Seeking religious freedom

    B. Critical of Church of England

    C. Over ½ died during winter

    D. Withdrew from church to purify themselves.

    **This is ironic because ____________

    __________________________________

    __________________________________.


  • Massachusetts Bay Colony meshed with the first settlers (Puritans)

    A. Did not withdraw from church

    B. They thought they had to purify the church from within.

    C. Government was a theocracy---

    a government guided by the church

    and its regulations.


  • Puritan Beliefs

    A. Humans existed solely for the glory of God

    B. Bible was sole expression of God’s will

    C. Philosophies:

    1. Predestination- belief that one’s

    destiny has already been chosen

    2. Original Sin- belief that because of

    Adam & Eve, all have sinned


Puritan Values

  • Industry

  • Moderation

  • Simplicity

  • Work Ethic


  • Puritan Activities that were forbidden

    A. Dancing the maypole

    B. Gambling

    C. Bowling

    D. Attending plays

    E. Unprofitable hunting


  • Puritan Writings

    A. Poems

    B. Hymns

    C. Journals

    D. Diaries

    E. Biographies

    F. Autobiographies

    G. Histories


VIII. Forbidden Puritan Writings

  • Drama

  • Fiction


Punishments

  • http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gDsIOkob1VM&autoplay=1&desktop_uri=%252Fwatch%253Fv%253DgDsIOkob1VM%2526autoplay%253D1

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=f28xL-vJEOo&autoplay=1&desktop_uri=%252Fwatch%253Fv%253Df28xL-vJEOo%2526autoplay%253D1


Keep Holy The Sabbath


Everyone in the Massachusetts Bay Colony was required to attend Sunday services.


Sunday Services:

  • Men and women sat on opposite sides of the church.

  • Boys sat together and were expected to be completely silent.

  • A good prayer lasted an hour or more.

  • The minister preached from two to four hours and kept time with an hourglass sitting on the pulpit.


Sunday Services

  • Churches were unheated; sometimes the communion bread froze and water in the christening bowl became ice.

  • To keep people awake, the “tithing man” carried a long pole with a feather tied on one end and tickled the listeners.

  • There were two services on Sunday: one in the morning and one in the afternoon, each of equal length, each to be attended.


Stop

  • Turn to your journal paper.

  • List three important aspects about the Puritan life style.


Witchcraft in Salem

  • http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=94D6D3B7-7132-446F-B0D8-784C58CAE435&blnFromSearch=1&productcode=US.


Stop

  • Turn to your journal paper.

  • How would you react if you were accused of being a witch in the 1600’s?

  • You're Accused!


Women’s Roles

  • Primary purpose in life was to serve husband and household.

  • They were considered incapable and frail.

  • Women could not own property.

  • Women were repressed and disregarded for their intellectual value.

  • Women were considered morally weak because Eve was first to sin in the Garden of Eden.


Women’s Roles

  • Women never publicly gave their opinions particularly on religious matters.

  • If they did, they would be banished from their community.

  • They were nurses and midwives.

  • Women cooked, cleaned, and made clothes for their family.


Tribute to Hangings…

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3B_bfXbDIk&feature=fvwp&NR=1.


Stop

  • Turn to your journal paper.

  • Contrast women’s roles in today’s society to women’s roles in the Puritan society.

  • When you are done, tear off your journal paper and make sure you turn it in before you leave.


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