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  1. The Crucible Bellringer #9 8/22/13 Directions: Used yesterday’s irony notes to help you answer these questions. • What is verbal irony? • What is dramatic irony? • What is situational irony? Today’s Target: I can identify examples of irony and understatements.

  2. The Crucible Bellringer #10 8/23/13 • Explain the irony shown in the picture on the bottom right. • What was ironic about Alanis Morisette’s song “Ironic”? Today’s Target: I can identify examples of irony and understatements.

  3. The Crucible Bellringer #11 8/26/13 • Give one example from Act II that demonstrates the distant/awkward relationship between Elizabeth and John Proctor. • Why do people “part like the seas” (193) when Abigail walks by? • Why is John Proctor hesitant to go to Salem and tell the court what Abigail told him? Today’s Target: I can identify examples of irony and understatements.

  4. The Crucible Bellringer #12 8/27/13 • On what charge was Rebecca Nurse arrested? (201) • On what charge was Martha Corey arrested? (201) • Explain how Abigail was able to set Elizabeth up for murder. Today’s Target: I can identify examples of irony and understatements.

  5. The Crucible Bellringer #13 8/28/13 • After Elizabeth has been taken away to jail, what does John Proctor command Mary Warren to do? • Why is Mary Warren afraid to do what he asks? • What does John Proctor mean by this statement: “Peace. It is a Providence, and no great change; we are only what we always were, but naked now” (205)? Today’s Target: I can identify examples of irony and understatements.

  6. The Crucible Bellringer #14 8/29/13 • Explain Reverend Hale’s statement, “Theology, sir, is a fortress; no crack in a fortress may be accounted small” (199). • What happened at the end of Act II? • Make a prediction about what will happen in this act. Take into consideration how Act II ended. What is going to happen in Act III? Today’s Target: I can identify words and phrases that impact meaning and tone.

  7. The Crucible Bellringer #15 8/30/13 Directions: Use your tone notes from yesterday to help you answer the following questions. • Define tone. • What are the three main classifications of tone words? Today’s Target: I can identify words and phrases that impact meaning and tone.

  8. The Crucible Bellringer #16 9/3/13 Directions: Think about the tone of the words below. Identify whether you think each word has a positive, neutral, or negative tone. Use your notes to help you if you need them. • Proud • Humble • Informative • Critical • Confident • Irritated Today’s Target: I can identify words and phrases that impact meaning and tone.