Juror 9 in 12 Angry Men: Character Analysis


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A minor character is _____.

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1. Why are the minor characters important in 12 Angry Men?

2. In 12 Angry Men, Juror 9 recognizes the dangerous, racist comments made by _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In this quiz and worksheet combination, you will be looking at the character of Juror 9. You will compare him to the rest of the characters, and his actions throughout the narrative of the story.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

For this quiz and worksheet combo, you can find questions on the following topics:

  • Minor characters
  • The importance of minor characters
  • Juror 9 changing his vote
  • Juror 9's comments about the old man's testimony

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - see the importance of Juror 9 as a minor character
  • Information recall - remember why Juror 9 changed his vote
  • Reading comprehension - realize how much of Juror 9 you remember from the story

Additional Learning

To find out more, view the lesson titled Juror 9 in 12 Angry Men: Character Analysis. You can find the following subjects inside the lesson:

  • Major vs. minor characters
  • The first to change a vote
  • Juror 9's influence on the other men
  • Quotes from Juror 9