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  1. Characters Events Themes Misc. Misc. II 1pt 1 pt 1 pt 1pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2pt 2pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4pt 4 pt 4pt 5pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt

  2. This person had a needle stuck in her belly.

  3. Abigail Williams

  4. She was from Barbados

  5. Tituba

  6. He wouldn’t sign the confession

  7. John Proctor

  8. Proctor’s Wife

  9. Elizabeth

  10. This person was a former merchant.

  11. Rev. Parris

  12. The girls have gathered in the forest to do what?

  13. Dance; call up spirits; drink blood (Abby)

  14. Who are the two girls that can’t wake?

  15. Ruth Putnam and Betty Parris

  16. Why does Rev. Hale ask John and Elizabeth to say their commandments?

  17. To test the “Christian Character” of their home.

  18. Describe the events leading up to Elizabeth’s arrest.

  19. Mary made the doll for Elizabeth, and Abby saw Mary stick a needle in the doll. Abby then stuck a needle in her belly and claimed that Elizabeth did it.

  20. Describe the events leading up to the first accusations.

  21. The girls were caught dancing in the woods, and Ruth and Betty couldn’t wake, so the girls began accusing others of witchcraft in order to cover up their activities

  22. Give an example of the theme “Godliness vs. Worldliness” as it is portrayed in the play.

  23. Varied answers possible

  24. Give one example of the them “Ignorance vs. Wisdom” as it is portrayed in the play.

  25. Varied answers possible.

  26. Give one example of the theme “Justice vs. Revenge” as it appears in the play.

  27. Varied answers possible.

  28. Give one example of the theme “unity vs. exclusion” as it is seen in the play.

  29. Varied answers possible.

  30. Give one example of the theme “Human cruelty in the name of righteousness” as it is seen in the play.

  31. Varied answers possible.

  32. What is your punishment if you deny being a witch?

  33. You are executed.

  34. What does Hale plead with Proctor to do at the end of the play?

  35. Sign a confession

  36. What to the Judges and Hale want Elizabeth to tell John to do at the end of the play?

  37. Sign his confession

  38. What is Rebecca Nurse known for?

  39. Her charity work; having many kids/grandkids.

  40. Who makes a “poppet” for Elizabeth?

  41. Mary Warren

  42. Which of the Ten Commandments does John forget? Why is this ironic?

  43. Thou shalt not commit adultery (he has committed adultery).

  44. What happens to the 91 people who signed the petition supporting Martha Corey, Rebecca Nurse, and Elizabeth Proctor?

  45. They are arrested

  46. Who is accusing their neighbors in order to take their lands?

  47. Thomas Putnam

  48. Describe Abby’s motives for accusing Elizabeth…

  49. Envy, revenge…

  50. Why do you think Parris wants Proctor to confess at the end of the play?