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Junior English The Crucible Test
crucible
nieece
Mary Warren
he had an affair with Abigial
A ceramic or metal container in which metals or other substan…
How is Abby related Reverend Hale?
Who said the quote, "It were pretense sir"?
What did John confess during Act 3?
crucible
A ceramic or metal container in which metals or other substan…
nieece
How is Abby related Reverend Hale?
31 terms
The Crucible: Act II (English - Junior)
How many days have passed in the begin…
What gift does Mary Warren give to Eli…
Who gave Elizabeth a rag doll?
Who did Mary Warren give a rag doll to?
8
a rag doll
Mary Warren
Elizabeth
How many days have passed in the begin…
8
What gift does Mary Warren give to Eli…
a rag doll
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Mrs. Piazza's "The Crucible" Junior English Blocks 5/6
affidavit
apparition
begrudge
covenant
a written declaration made on oath
appearance of ghosts
resent the fact that somebody has something
bound together in a pact or agreement
affidavit
a written declaration made on oath
apparition
appearance of ghosts
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Act 1 Junior English The Crucible Mr. Guilbeault
Tituba
Parris
Abigail
John Proctor
a slave
Salem minister
there are rumors about her reputation
believes the girls are just playing
Tituba
a slave
Parris
Salem minister
Junior English The Crucible Act 1 Vocab
Ideology; noun. "Republicanism is an i…
Theocracy; noun. "Old England was a th…
Villainy; noun. "Robbing a store is vi…
Quaking; verb. "His words left them qu…
a system of ideas and ideals, especially one that forms the b…
a system of government in which priests rule in the name of G…
wicked or criminal behavior
to shake or shudder with fear
Ideology; noun. "Republicanism is an i…
a system of ideas and ideals, especially one that forms the b…
Theocracy; noun. "Old England was a th…
a system of government in which priests rule in the name of G…
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Junior Vocabulary The Crucible
abyss
formidable
corrobarating
vindictive
bottomless pit
impressively powerful
confirm
intended
abyss
bottomless pit
formidable
impressively powerful
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English - The Crucible Review CHARACTERS
Reverend Paris
Betty Paris
Tituba
Abigail Williams
Pastor of the church in Salem. He is the father of Betty and…
Until Abigail gives her a valid explanation for dancing in th…
She is a native of Barbados. First character accused of witch…
She was once the lover of John Proctor but was turned out whe…
Reverend Paris
Pastor of the church in Salem. He is the father of Betty and…
Betty Paris
Until Abigail gives her a valid explanation for dancing in th…
Junior English
abstinence
attentive
attenuate
contentious
voluntary avoidance of certain pleasures, especially foods or…
observant; considerate
to reduce in strength or force
quarrelsome
abstinence
voluntary avoidance of certain pleasures, especially foods or…
attentive
observant; considerate
76 terms
English: The Crucible
True
False
False
True
Abigail Williams is a seventeen-year-old girl who has had an…
Rev. Parris is the minister in Salem and a well-known authori…
As the play opens, Parris prays over the still body of Betty…
Abigail tells Parris that she and the other girls had danced…
True
Abigail Williams is a seventeen-year-old girl who has had an…
False
Rev. Parris is the minister in Salem and a well-known authori…
English: The Crucible
True
False
False
True
Abigail Williams is a seventeen-year-old girl who has had an…
Rev. Parris is the minister in Salem and a well-known authori…
As the play opens, Parris prays over the still body of Betty…
Abigail tells Parris that she and the other girls had danced…
True
Abigail Williams is a seventeen-year-old girl who has had an…
False
Rev. Parris is the minister in Salem and a well-known authori…
english- crucible
predilection
ingratiating
dissembling
calumny
prexisting preference
charming or flattering
disguising ones real nature of motives
false accusation / slander
predilection
prexisting preference
ingratiating
charming or flattering
English the Crucible
Crucible
Evaluation
Malign
Trepidation
a place or occasion of severe test or trial.
the making of a judgment about the amount, number, or value o…
evil in nature or effect; malevolent.
a feeling of fear or agitation about something that may happen.
Crucible
a place or occasion of severe test or trial.
Evaluation
the making of a judgment about the amount, number, or value o…
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english the crucible
Reverend Parris
Betty
Tituba
Abigail
the controversial and insecure minister of Salem
the 10-year-old daughter of Rev. Parris who is one of the fir…
a slave brought from Barbados by Parris who is first accused…
the 17-year-old niece of Parris, an orphan, she lives with he…
Reverend Parris
the controversial and insecure minister of Salem
Betty
the 10-year-old daughter of Rev. Parris who is one of the fir…
english the crucible
pallor
ameliorate
indignant
wily
unnaturally pale
to improve or make better
showing for feeling anger because of something unjust
craftly,sly
pallor
unnaturally pale
ameliorate
to improve or make better
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English The Crucible
adamant
affidavit
autocracy
bowlegged
utterly unyielding in attitude or opinion in spite of all app…
a written declaration upon oath made before an authorized off…
government in which one person has uncontrolled or unlimited…
outward curvature of the legs causing a separation of the kne…
adamant
utterly unyielding in attitude or opinion in spite of all app…
affidavit
a written declaration upon oath made before an authorized off…
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English: the crucible
Paradox
Slant rhyme
Assonance
Oxymoron
a statement or proposition that, despite sound (or apparently…
Half rhyme or slant rhyme, sometimes called near-rhyme or laz…
in poetry, the repetition of the sound of a vowel or diphthon…
a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms ap…
Paradox
a statement or proposition that, despite sound (or apparently…
Slant rhyme
Half rhyme or slant rhyme, sometimes called near-rhyme or laz…
The Crucible- English
1692, Salem, Massachusetts
Tituba is blamed for everything that h…
He is worried about his reputation rui…
Ruth is also sick because she won't wa…
What is the setting for the story? (Year, State/ City, Place)
What dilemma does Tituba have?
Why does Reverend Parris not want to say anything about Betty?
Who else is sick besides Betty? Explain.
1692, Salem, Massachusetts
What is the setting for the story? (Year, State/ City, Place)
Tituba is blamed for everything that h…
What dilemma does Tituba have?
64 terms
English "The Crucible"
villainous
crucible
barbaric
fanatic
very bad or evil
a difficult test or challenge; a place or situation that forc…
very rude or offensive : not polite or proper
marked by excessive enthusiasm and intense uncritical devotion
villainous
very bad or evil
crucible
a difficult test or challenge; a place or situation that forc…
56 terms
English- the crucible
Who said "There will be no postponemen…
Who said "Postponement now speaks a fl…
Who said "I come to do the Devil's wor…
Who said "She is one foot in heaven no…
Judge Danforth
Judge Danforth
Reverend Hale
Elizabeth Proctor
Who said "There will be no postponemen…
Judge Danforth
Who said "Postponement now speaks a fl…
Judge Danforth
37 terms
Junior English
Affliction
Adversity
Habitation
Lamentable
Something that causes pain or suffering
Difficulties, misfortune
A particular place to live
Conditions that are deplorably bad
Affliction
Something that causes pain or suffering
Adversity
Difficulties, misfortune
English - the crucible - vocab
heathen
conjure
faction
abomination
not beliving in Christian god
cast a spell/ summon
group sharing a belief or cause
something disgusting
heathen
not beliving in Christian god
conjure
cast a spell/ summon
42 terms
English The Crucible.
Betty Parris
Describe the setting.
Reverend Parris
Describe Salem and its people.
10 years old, lying inert.
Small upper bedroom in Reverend Samuel Parris' home in Salem,…
Mid-40s. Believed he was being persecuted. Knows nothing abou…
a. Small village with a few houses near the bay. ... b. Town was…
Betty Parris
10 years old, lying inert.
Describe the setting.
Small upper bedroom in Reverend Samuel Parris' home in Salem,…
The Crucible English
fanatic
predilection
disproportionate
subservient
a person possessed by an excessive and irrational zeal, espec…
a personal preference
out of proportion; of an unequal size or amount
acting like a servant
fanatic
a person possessed by an excessive and irrational zeal, espec…
predilection
a personal preference
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English the crucible
conjured
Faction
Abominations
Inert
summoned by oath or spell
A small group, usually contentious, within a larger group
Things that elicit great dislike or abhorrence
Unable to move or act
conjured
summoned by oath or spell
Faction
A small group, usually contentious, within a larger group
English "The Crucible"
Crucible
Thomas Putnam
Abigail
Reverend Parris
Latin for "cross"... Pot for melting down metals... "Severe trial o…
- Bitter, resentful... - Wants it his way... - Believes himself sup…
- Most likely a liar... - Tries to talk her way out of bad situa…
- Cares about reputation more than others... - Quick to anger/bl…
Crucible
Latin for "cross"... Pot for melting down metals... "Severe trial o…
Thomas Putnam
- Bitter, resentful... - Wants it his way... - Believes himself sup…
English The Crucible
Why were the first three women accused…
Why were people already suspicious of…
Who wrote about a Boston woman in Memo…
How many people accused of witchcraft…
They each were already considered a type of outsider in the c…
She told the girls stories from Barbados about omens and vood…
Cotton Mather
nineteen
Why were the first three women accused…
They each were already considered a type of outsider in the c…
Why were people already suspicious of…
She told the girls stories from Barbados about omens and vood…
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English the crucible
Tainted
Flater
Base
Ameliorate
Sullied contaminated
Hesitate in purpose or action
morally low dishonorable
Improve make better
Tainted
Sullied contaminated
Flater
Hesitate in purpose or action
76 terms
The crucible; english
Why is Parris so worried about there b…
Why does Betty stop talking?
What does Abby admit to proctor?
What does Parris mean when he asks Abb…
doesnt want the devil being in his home
because she goes into a strange coma
There was no witchcraft taking place
If her reputation is pure
Why is Parris so worried about there b…
doesnt want the devil being in his home
Why does Betty stop talking?
because she goes into a strange coma
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English-The Crucible
Abigal Williams
Ann Putnam
Arthur MIller
Betty Parris
had an affair with John Proctor, was the leader of the bewitc…
has 7 dead babies, wanted Tituba to conjure them
author of the crucible
supposedly flew, was accused of witchcraft
Abigal Williams
had an affair with John Proctor, was the leader of the bewitc…
Ann Putnam
has 7 dead babies, wanted Tituba to conjure them
24 terms
English The Crucible
Drama(play)
Dialogue
Plot
Acts
A story written to be performed by actors
The conversations and speeches of characters in dramas
The ordered sequence of events in a play
Play is divided into there large units
Drama(play)
A story written to be performed by actors
Dialogue
The conversations and speeches of characters in dramas
20 terms
English- the crucible
Deference
Corroborate
Subservient
Anarchy
Respect and honor due to a superior or elder.
To support with evidence
Acting like a servant
Absence of order.
Deference
Respect and honor due to a superior or elder.
Corroborate
To support with evidence
English 3 The Crucible Act 4
excommunication
conciliatory
beguile
floundering
a kind of banishment that is handed out by a church; punishme…
something done to get reconcile or to try to make someone fee…
to deceive someone in a cunning way or to enchant someone and…
clumsily struggling or awkward confusion; ... •DANFORTH: Postpon…
excommunication
a kind of banishment that is handed out by a church; punishme…
conciliatory
something done to get reconcile or to try to make someone fee…
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English the crucible
Ideology
Paradox
Villainy
Dissembling
Manner or content of thinking; myth, doctrine, or belief that…
A self-contradictory and false proposition that may perhaps b…
Wretched; outrageous wickedness.
To conceal; give a false or misleading appearance to.
Ideology
Manner or content of thinking; myth, doctrine, or belief that…
Paradox
A self-contradictory and false proposition that may perhaps b…
English The Crucible
Archetypal symbol
Pathetic fallacy
Dramatic irony
Verbal irony
A universal symbol regardless of time and place... Ex: lighting-…
When nature sympathizes or mimics man... Ex: the changing of sea…
The discrepancy between what a character thinks to be true an…
The discrepancy between what is said and what is meant... Ex:
Archetypal symbol
A universal symbol regardless of time and place... Ex: lighting-…
Pathetic fallacy
When nature sympathizes or mimics man... Ex: the changing of sea…
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English (The Crucible )
Corroborating
Deference
Trepidation
Iniquity
(Mc)Supporting with evidence
(Mc)Respect
(Mc)Apprehension
(Mc)Wickedness
Corroborating
(Mc)Supporting with evidence
Deference
(Mc)Respect
English the crucible
You must understand, sir, or he must b…
A fire, a fire is burning! I hear the…
Do you take it upon yourself to determ…
I want to open myself!... I want the l…
Danforth
Proctor
Danforth
Abigail
You must understand, sir, or he must b…
Danforth
A fire, a fire is burning! I hear the…
Proctor
English (The Crucible )
Corroborating
Deference
Trepidation
Iniquity
(Mc)Supporting with evidence
(Mc)Respect
(Mc)Apprehension
(Mc)Wickedness
Corroborating
(Mc)Supporting with evidence
Deference
(Mc)Respect
13 terms
english the crucible
indignant
deference
pious
base (adj)
feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as…
humble submission or respect
devoted to a religious
not having moral principles or rules
indignant
feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as…
deference
humble submission or respect
12 terms
English- The Crucible
theocracy
villainy
heathen
conjure
a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as…
wicked or criminal behavior.
a person who does not belong to a widely held religion (espec…
make (something) appear unexpectedly or seemingly from nowher…
theocracy
a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as…
villainy
wicked or criminal behavior.
14 terms
english definitions the crucible
villainous
crucible
barbaric
fanatic
adj having a wicked behavior
n sever test or trial
adj uncivilized or not polite
n person with an extreme enthusiasm
villainous
adj having a wicked behavior
crucible
n sever test or trial
25 terms
english: the crucible
predilection
ingratiating
dissembling
calumny
prexisting preference
charming; flattering
concealment of ones real nature or motives
false accusation; slander
predilection
prexisting preference
ingratiating
charming; flattering
16 terms
The Crucible English 3 Vocab
Abortive (adj.)
absurd (adj.)
bedlam (n)
belie (V)
Failing to produce the intended result.
Utterly or obliviously senseless, illogical, or untrue.
A scene or state of while uproar and confusion.
To show to be false; contradict.
Abortive (adj.)
Failing to produce the intended result.
absurd (adj.)
Utterly or obliviously senseless, illogical, or untrue.
53 terms
English "the crucible"
Adamant
Anarchy
Corroborate
Contentious
Immovable,stubbornly unyielding
Condition of lawlessness and disorder,often due to lack of go…
To support with evidence
Quarrelsome
Adamant
Immovable,stubbornly unyielding
Anarchy
Condition of lawlessness and disorder,often due to lack of go…
20 terms
English the crucible
Crucible
Allegory
Witch-hunt
Insipid
A severe test of patience or belief; a trial. Noun
An art form, as a stroy, painting, in which the components ha…
An investigation carried out supposedly to uncover rebellious…
Lacking in qualities that interest, stimulate, or challenge;…
Crucible
A severe test of patience or belief; a trial. Noun
Allegory
An art form, as a stroy, painting, in which the components ha…
English the Crucible
Dwindling
Disproportionate
Contention
Pretense
Diminishing, decreasing
Unequal , or uneven
Disagreement, Conflict
Make believe , posing
Dwindling
Diminishing, decreasing
Disproportionate
Unequal , or uneven
26 terms
English the crucible
Persecute (verb)
Conjure (verb)
Naïve (adjective)
Prodigious (adjective)
To oppress or harass
to summon by magical or supernatural power
Lacking experience and understanding
Extraordinary or marvelous
Persecute (verb)
To oppress or harass
Conjure (verb)
to summon by magical or supernatural power
51 terms
english the crucible
crucible
predilection
shovelboard
ingratiating
heat resistant container in which metals are melted or fused…
preexisting preference
game in which a coin or other disk is driven with the hand al…
charming; flattering
crucible
heat resistant container in which metals are melted or fused…
predilection
preexisting preference
english the crucible
deposition
imperceptible
deferentially
effrontery
testimony taken down in writing under oath
extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
in a manner of showing respect and esteem due a superior or a…
shameless boldness
deposition
testimony taken down in writing under oath
imperceptible
extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
20 terms
English- The Crucible
Theocracy
Providence
Puritanical
Propitiation
Governed by religion
God's will, God's intervention in human affairs
Stick in morality and religion
Win good will
Theocracy
Governed by religion
Providence
God's will, God's intervention in human affairs
English The Crucible
trepidation
reddish work
stock
covenant
fear or anxiety
bloody deeds
refers to heavy wooden frame with holes for confining the ank…
an agreement or promise
trepidation
fear or anxiety
reddish work
bloody deeds
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