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The Crucible Act 1 Questions

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  • 0:27 Factual Recall Questions
  • 1:36 Higher Order Questions
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Instructor: Jason Lineberger

Jason has 20 years of education experience including 14 years of teaching college literature.

This lesson provides questions for Act 1 of Arthur Miller's play 'The Crucible.' The questions cover all levels of thinking, from simple recall questions to complex topics that require higher order thinking skills.

Act One

First, we'll split our questions for Act One of the The Crucible into two groups. The first group consists of factual recall questions. These questions could be used to check your students' understanding of the characters, plot, and conflicts of the play. The second group requires higher order thinking and would best be used to start a class discussion, drive a small group debate, or serve as essay questions on an assessment.

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