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Do Now. Make Predictions What do you think happened to Abigail after she ran away? What do you think will happen to Rebecca Nurse, Martha Corey, Giles Corey, and John Proctor? Explain each choice. Final greek root. “ Ent , Ess ” meaning “to be” Entity – being

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do now

Do Now

Make Predictions

What do you think happened to Abigail after she ran away?

What do you think will happen to Rebecca Nurse, Martha Corey, Giles Corey, and John Proctor? Explain each choice.

final greek root
Final greek root
  • “Ent, Ess” meaning “to be”
  • Entity – being
  • Essence – most important or crucial element
  • Quintessential – most important or most typical
finishing the play
Finishing the play
  • Reverend Hale
  • Danforth
  • Herrick
  • Parris
  • Elizabeth
  • John Proctor
  • Hathorne
  • Rebecca
discussion
Discussion
  • What information does Elizabeth Proctor relate to John?
    • Where can you assume she has been these 3 months?
    • What happened to Giles Corey and WHY?
  • What is Elizabeth’s main point as she meets with John?
  • Why does John change his mind at the end?
  • What mood is set by the last stage direction?
    • “The final drumroll rashes, then heightens violently. Hale weeps in frantic prayer, and the new sun I pouring upon her face, and the drums rattle like bones in the morning air” (145).
theme in act 3 4
Theme in Act 3 & 4
  • With a partner, identify 2 examples of each theme in either Act 3 or 4
  • When you are finished, you will pair with a group that did the opposite act and share information
debate
Debate!
  • We will have a debate next week to answer the following question:

Did John Proctor make the right decision to not confess? Why or why not?

  • You will be assigned a character and argue from their perspective
  • You need to prepare notes and quotes to use during the debate that will be collected.
greek roots practice unit 1 2
Greek roots practice Unit 1&2
  • We will have a quiz on these words on Monday!
    • You should know the definitions of each word and which root they come from.
  • First person to finish and be 100% correct will receive a bonus point on the quiz!
    • Score off the first box in 18 across!
  • Word Bank: Belabor, discomfit, edification, elaborate, feasible, laborious, lethargy, liturgy, magnum opus, malfeasance, modus operandi, opulent, surfeit, synergy, apropos, depose, ecstasy, entity, essence, extant, quintessential, restive, stanch, stasis, static, staunch
homework
Homework
  • Due Monday
    • DED (129 – end)
    • Reader Response Act 3
    • Vocabulary quiz
  • Due Wednesday
    • Debate preparation notes