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Title: Crucible Reverse Jeopardy


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Crucible Reverse Jeopardy
Characters Literary Terms Plot Events Setting Quote Significance
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Who is the protagonist of The Crucible?
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John Proctor
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4
Who are the Antagonists of The Crucible?
5
Abigail and Danforth
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6
Why is Parris so afraid to have Betty named as a
witch?
7
He could lose his job and reputation.
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8
How do John Proctor and Rebecca Nurse see the
events differently from the rest of the community?
9
They think the whole situation is fake and that
it will just blow over after a while.
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10
Mary Warren
  • Im- I am an official of the court, they say,
    and I-

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Mary has a new sense of power and likes to feel
important.
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12
What does Rev. Hale possibly believe regarding
the guilt of people by the end of Act 2?
13
Perhaps innocent people are being accused.
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14
Why do people part like the sea when Abigail
enters the room?
15
They fear her power to accuse them.
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16
Why does Mary Warren continue to accuse people
even after first admitting that Abigail is a
fraud?
17
She is afraid of Abigail.
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18
Which character is the center of all the land
disputes?
19
Thomas Putnam
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20
What does Abigail mean when she states, Think
you be so mighty that the power of Hell may not
turn your wits? Beware of it!
21
I can accuse you (Danforth) just as easily as
anyone else.
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22
Where does The Crucible take place?
23
Salem, Massachusetts
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24
In what year does the Salem Witch Trial take
place?
25
1692-1693
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26
What about the Puritan mindset made it possible
to accept the events of the trial?
27
High religious focus and the focus on the
spiritual realm.
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28
What can you conclude about Parris after a dagger
is thrown at him?
29
He is fearful for his life. Or He was hated by
the community.
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30
Daily Double
31
How does Danforth handle the accusations against
his court?
32
He finds reasons not to listen to evidence
regarding his failing court.
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33
What can you conclude from the references made to
the town of Andover?
34
People have rebelled and overthrown the courts in
Andover.
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35
Which two people would be considered an example
of a literary Foil?
36
Parris and Hale or Mary Warren and Abigail
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37
Why is it important to Danforth and Parris that
Proctor confess?
38
It will prove that the court was right.
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39
What is the mood of the play after the opening
scene of Act 3?
40
Dark and Despairing
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41
Elizabeth states, He have his goodness now
42
He now has self-respect and a good heart. Or She
and God have forgiven him.
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43
What event foreshadows the accusing of Elizabeth
Proctor?
44
The private conversation between Proctor and
Abigail
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45
What is the climax of Act 3?
46
Proctor is accused
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47
What is implied by Johns statement, It is my
name
48
John does not want to discredit his name with a
lie. It is more important to have honor than
life.
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49
Why are Tituba and Goody Good some of the first
characters to be accused?
50
They are of lower social status
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Who Said, I take it on my soul, but who else may
surely tell us what person murdered my babies?
53
Mrs. Putnam
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