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1. What does Giles accuse Mr. Putnam of in the beginning of Act III? 2. When Danforth gives John Proctor the offer to keep Elizabeth alive for a year, why does John refuse his offer?

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the crucible bellringer 17 9 5 13

1. What does Giles accuse Mr. Putnam of in the beginning of Act III?

2. When Danforth gives John Proctor the offer to keep Elizabeth alive for a year, why does John refuse his offer?

3. Explain what is ironic about the following statement Danforth makes: “No uncorrupted man may fear this court, Mr. Hale! None!” (215)

Today’s Target: I can identify words and phrases that impact meaning and tone.

The Crucible Bellringer #17 9/5/13
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Abigail to Danforth: “Think you be so mighty that the power of Hell may not turn your wits? Beware of it.” (219) What does this quote show about Abigail?

  • What claim does Proctor make to prove that he is not lying about the affair? (220)
  • What is ironic about Elizabeth saying that John Proctor did NOT have an affair with Abigail? (222)

Today’s Target: I can identify words and phrases that impact meaning and tone.

The Crucible Bellringer #18 9/6/13
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When Mary Warren feels the pressure from Abigail and the girls and from Judge Danforth at the end of Act III, what does Mary Warren do?

  • What does Proctor mean by the statement, “God is dead” (226)?
  • What does Reverend Hale do at the end of Act III? What does this show about him?

Today’s Target: I can identify words and phrases that impact meaning and tone.

The Crucible Bellringer #19 9/9/13
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Think about the ending of act III. JP, Elizabeth, Martha Corey, and Rebecca Nurse were arrested. Reverend Hale quits the court. Abby seemed to have more power than anyone in the town.

1. Make a prediction for at least three of these characters. What will happen in act IV to these characters?

Today’s Target: I can identify words and phrases that impact meaning and tone.

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If Reverend Hale quit the court, explain why he is back in Salem.

  • List at least two things the worry Reverend Parris about that day’s hangings? (There were four to choose from).
  • Describe the present condition of the town of Salem. (List three descriptions)
  • Reverend Hale states, “For it may be that God damns a liar less than he throw his life away for pride” (234). What does he mean by that statement?

Today’s Target: I can reflect on and analyze the author’s purpose or universal meaning of a work of literature.

The Crucible Bellringer #21 9/11/13
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When John Proctor is speaking alone with Elizabeth, why does he tell her that he might confess? (At this point in the play, why does he feel like he cannot hang today?)

  • When Proctor is asked if he saw anyone with the Devil, why did he refuse to give any names?
  • What makes John Proctor change his mind about his confession?
  • What does Elizabeth mean in the following passage, “He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him!” (240).

Today’s Target: I can reflect on and analyze the author’s purpose or universal meaning of a work of literature.

The Crucible Bellringer #22 9/12/13
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THIS BELLRINGER IS REVIEW FROM THE ENTIRE UNIT. THINK BACK TO THE START OF THIS UNIT TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS. USE YOUR NOTES AND GRADED LOGS TO HELP YOU.

  • Why did Arthur Miller write The Crucible?
  • What one event seems to cause all other events in the play?

Today’s Target: I can identify words and phrases that impact meaning and tone.

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THIS BELLRINGER IS REVIEW FROM ACT II. USE YOUR NOTES AND GRADED LOGS TO HELP YOU.

  • At the beginning of Act II, why does Elizabeth urge John to go to Salem?
  • What convinces Ezekiel Cheever that Elizabeth is a witch?
  • By the end of Act II, what starts to happen to Rev. Hale?

Today’s Target: I can identify words and phrases that impact meaning and tone and explain my thought process in writing.

The Crucible Bellringer #24 9/16/13
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THIS BELLRINGER IS REVIEW FROM ACT III. USE YOUR NOTES AND GRADED LOGS TO HELP YOU.

  • In Act III, what deal does Danforth make with Proctor so that he might not present his evidence to the court?
  • What development causes Mary Warren to take back her confession and rejoin Abigail and the other girls?

Today’s Target: I can identify examples of irony and understatements.

The Crucible Bellringer #25 9/17/12
the crucible final test format

This test is worth 100 points and there are four parts:

  • 31 multiple choice questions (2 points each)
  • 8 quote identification questions (2 points each)
  • 7 passage based questions (1 point each)
  • 1 tone passage in which you have to create a tone chart and write a 3.8 paragraph (15 points)

****Remember if you are absent you have one week to make up the test before or after school.

The Crucible Final Test Format