Objective: analyze the themes and characters in different periods of modern American drama, relate the main ideas found in a literary work to primary source documents from its historical and cultural setting, relate the characters and text structure of mythic, traditional, and classical literature to 20th and 21st century American novels, plays, or films, analyze the way in which the theme or meaning of a selection represents a view or comment on the human condition.
- Bell Work: Yesterday we started a play in which the entire population of a town splits into two factions—the accusers and the accused—and in which the accused can escape punishment only if they name others guilty of the same crime. What would you do if you were one of the accused? (Remember 50 words...and 2 SAT words!!!)
- Continue reading The Crucible, Act I (Act I starts on p. 1129)
- If you can multi-task, you may also work on your Act I Study Guide, but you need to follow along with the reading, too!
- Vocabulary and Lit. Terms for Act I--Due FRIDAY!
- Book Project is due NEXT TUESDAY, October 29th. DON'T FORGET! TWO TEST GRADES!!!!
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