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  1. Please have on your desk: • The Crucible • Study guide

  2. What did we do yesterday? Yesterday

  3. We are going to continue acting out Act One. Today

  4. What does Betty claim Abigail did when she drank the blood? Question

  5. What do you learn about Abigail’s history (childhood) when she is threatening the other girls? Question

  6. John Proctor: • He had a sharp and biting way with hypocrites. • He was the kind of man– powerful of body, even-tempered, and not easily led– who cannot refuse support to supporters without drawing their deepest resentment. Question

  7. John Proctor • The steady manner he displays does not spring from an untroubled soul– he is a sinner. Question

  8. What is the relationship between John Proctor and Abigail Williams? Question

  9. Rebecca: • She was married to a man that was well-respected as much as he was not respected. • He continually raised in social status, and people resented that. • He had a land dispute– fighting over pieces of land with Putnam Question

  10. Rebecca: • Rebecca was extremely well-respected. • No one would ever cry witch to her. Question

  11. Why does Rebecca Nurse have enemies if she is such a nice person? Question

  12. What does Rebecca suggest is the reason for Betty’s delirium? • What does this indicate about Rebecca’s character? Question

  13. What complaint does Proctor make regarding the way Reverend Parris delivers his sermons? • What does it remind of us of!? Question

  14. What evidence is there that Reverend Parris is greedier than the average Reverend? Question

  15. We will continue on in Act One. • Bring the novel and the study guide to class. Tomorrow