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Trimester 2 Literature- Crucible
John Proctor
Giles Corey
Elizabeth Proctor
Abigail Williams
"Because it is my name! Because I cannot have another one in…
"More weight."
"He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him!"
"I look for John Proctor that took me from my sleep and put k…
John Proctor
"Because it is my name! Because I cannot have another one in…
Giles Corey
"More weight."
Literature: The Crucible
Reverend Parris
Abigail Williams
John Proctor
Elizabeth Proctor
Clergyman in Salem, Massachusetts
Niece of Parris
Farmer in his middle thirties
Wife of John Proctor
Reverend Parris
Clergyman in Salem, Massachusetts
Abigail Williams
Niece of Parris
American Literature The Crucible Act 2 vocabulary
pallor
poppet
ameliorate
indignant
an unhealthy or pale appereance (n.) ... late Middle English: fr…
a small child or doll (n.) ... late Middle English: based on Lat…
make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better (v.) ... mid 18th…
feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as…
pallor
an unhealthy or pale appereance (n.) ... late Middle English: fr…
poppet
a small child or doll (n.) ... late Middle English: based on Lat…
12 terms
The Crucible #2
insoluble adjective
Theocracy noun
propriety noun
deference noun
incapable of being disolved
the government where religious leaders rule
conforming to conventional standards of morality
humble submission and respect
insoluble adjective
incapable of being disolved
Theocracy noun
the government where religious leaders rule
Literature: "The Crucible"
Why did the Salem settlement need a th…
How does Miller characterize Parris? H…
Why is Thomas Putnam willing to speak…
Why does Abigail "admit" that Tituba a…
(A theocracy is a system of government in which priests rule…
Parris is characterized as a self-centered, greedy, egotistic…
Putnam is willing to speak of witchcraft because he wants the…
Abigail admits Tituba and Ruth were conjuring spirits so that…
Why did the Salem settlement need a th…
(A theocracy is a system of government in which priests rule…
How does Miller characterize Parris? H…
Parris is characterized as a self-centered, greedy, egotistic…
Literature: "The Crucible"
Why did the Salem settlement need a th…
How does Miller characterize Parris? H…
Why is Thomas Putnam willing to speak…
Why does Abigail "admit" that Tituba a…
(A theocracy is a system of government in which priests rule…
Parris is characterized as a self-centered, greedy, egotistic…
Putnam is willing to speak of witchcraft because he wants the…
Abigail admits Tituba and Ruth were conjuring spirits so that…
Why did the Salem settlement need a th…
(A theocracy is a system of government in which priests rule…
How does Miller characterize Parris? H…
Parris is characterized as a self-centered, greedy, egotistic…
10 terms
The Crucible American Literature
Corroborate
Contentious
Deference
Imperceptible
to support with evidence
quarrlesome
respect and honer due to a superior elder
extremely slight, barely noticeable
Corroborate
to support with evidence
Contentious
quarrlesome
14 terms
American Literature: The Crucible Act II Study Guide
Giles Corey
Sarah Osburn
John Proctor
Irony
He feels guilty about ever mentioning that his wife reads boo…
She will hang for denying that she is a witch; the main accus…
We see at the beginning of the Act that there is a coldness b…
When Proctor forgets the commandment adultery when being ques…
Giles Corey
He feels guilty about ever mentioning that his wife reads boo…
Sarah Osburn
She will hang for denying that she is a witch; the main accus…
20 terms
American Literature: The Crucible Act I
"So now they and their church found it…
Explain how the witch-hunt years were…
Identify Tituba, Abigail, and Betty
Why does Mrs. Putnam believe there are…
They settled in Salem to practice religion freely. But upon a…
People used this as a time to get back at someone they had pe…
Tituba- Slave for Rev. Parris from Barbados; She was in her f…
Since 7/8 of her babies died the day they were born, she beli…
"So now they and their church found it…
They settled in Salem to practice religion freely. But upon a…
Explain how the witch-hunt years were…
People used this as a time to get back at someone they had pe…
Language and Literature 2 - Crucible Vocab
Fanatic
Predilection
Disproportionate
Subservient
A person possesed by an excessive and irrational zeal, especi…
A personal preference
Out of proportion; of an unequal size or amount
Acting like servant
Fanatic
A person possesed by an excessive and irrational zeal, especi…
Predilection
A personal preference
31 terms
American Literature / The Crucible Vocab
Contentious
Imperceptible
Dissembling
Slander
Argumentative
Barely noticeable
Concealment of one's real nature or motives
Calumny
Contentious
Argumentative
Imperceptible
Barely noticeable
Literature: "The Crucible" Quotes
I cannot sleep for dreamin'; I cannot…
And mark this. Let either of you breat…
There is either obedience or the churc…
There is a misty plot afoot so subtle…
Act I... S: Abigail... A: Proctor... S: Parris household after Betty f…
Act I... S: Abigail... A: Mercy and Mary/The Girls... S: Betty's Room…
Act I... S: Parris... A: Proctor... S: Parris's Parlor... S: This shows h…
Act II... S: Hale... A: Francis Nurse... S: Proctor Household... S: Hale…
I cannot sleep for dreamin'; I cannot…
Act I... S: Abigail... A: Proctor... S: Parris household after Betty f…
And mark this. Let either of you breat…
Act I... S: Abigail... A: Mercy and Mary/The Girls... S: Betty's Room…
15 terms
The Crucible II Vocabulary Literature
Merciless
Contention
Trepidation
Subservient
Having no mercy
An act or instance of contending
A state of alarm or nervousness
Useful in an inferior capacity
Merciless
Having no mercy
Contention
An act or instance of contending
10 terms
11th Grade Literature- Crucible -ACT 2 Vocabulary
Ameliorate
Avid
Blasphemy
Crone
to improve or make better
eager for; dedicated to
disrespect for God or other sacred things
a derogatory term referring to a woman's age or appearance
Ameliorate
to improve or make better
Avid
eager for; dedicated to
13 terms
Crucible Act 2
partisan
prodigious
defamation
bemuse
one who exhibits loyalty to a group or cause
enormous
act of harming another's reputation
to confuse
partisan
one who exhibits loyalty to a group or cause
prodigious
enormous
American Literature The Crucible Test
What is the setting of The Crucible?
Describe Reverend Parris
What is the paradox in The Crucible?
Describe Abigail and explain why she l…
1692... Salem, Massachusetts... Wilderness, Forests, Small Puritan…
Paranoid ... Mid 40s... Insulted easily... God complex... Negative Outloo…
Puritans fled England because of religious persecution, yet t…
Abigail is a mean girl who lied to divert the blame, and the…
What is the setting of The Crucible?
1692... Salem, Massachusetts... Wilderness, Forests, Small Puritan…
Describe Reverend Parris
Paranoid ... Mid 40s... Insulted easily... God complex... Negative Outloo…
Crucible #2
agape
conciliatory
adamant
cleave
wide open
tending to soothe anger
firm; unyielding
adhere or cling
agape
wide open
conciliatory
tending to soothe anger
The Crucible set #2
scoff
falter
pallor
ameliorate
mock, ridicule, taunt
hesitate in speech or movement
unhealthily pale
make better, ease
scoff
mock, ridicule, taunt
falter
hesitate in speech or movement
Literature Essay The Crucible
Miller Quote 1
Miller Quote 2
HUAC and McCarthyism Quote 1
HUAC and McCarthyism Quote 2
"While there were no witches then, there are Communist and Ca…
"I speak my own sins; I cannot judge another (Crying out with…
"I am not empowered to trade your life for a lie." (page 127)…
" I have given you my soul leave me my name!" (page 130) Eddi…
Miller Quote 1
"While there were no witches then, there are Communist and Ca…
Miller Quote 2
"I speak my own sins; I cannot judge another (Crying out with…
The Crucible Set #2
abyss
defamation
abhor
vindictive
a hole so deep or a space so great that it cannot be measured
saying false things in order to make people have a bad opinio…
to dislike (someone or something) very much
having or showing a desire to hurt someone who has hurt or ca…
abyss
a hole so deep or a space so great that it cannot be measured
defamation
saying false things in order to make people have a bad opinio…
American Literature The Crucible Terms
Mediator
Induce
Dolorous
Ineffable
n. one who reconciles opposing groups
v. cause; bring about
adj. mental suffering or anguish
adj. too overwhelming to be spoken
Mediator
n. one who reconciles opposing groups
Induce
v. cause; bring about
20 terms
The Crucible Vocabulary Literature
Spareness
Villainess
Forbade
Parochial
Being over what is needed
A woman who is a villain
To order not to do or to be done or used
Restricted or limited in range or scope
Spareness
Being over what is needed
Villainess
A woman who is a villain
25 terms
Literature The Crucible Vocabulary
Abrogation Noun.
Ameliorate Adj.
Augur Adj.
Conciliatory Adj.
取消 废除
改善 改进 减轻痛苦
预示 预兆
-intended or likely to placate or pacify 安抚的 说服的
Abrogation Noun.
取消 废除
Ameliorate Adj.
改善 改进 减轻痛苦
13 terms
American Literature "The Crucible" Vocabulary
heathen
theocracy
providence
trepidation
a person who is not a believer in any of the world's chief re…
system of government in which priests rule in the name of God
the protective care of God or of nature as a spiritual power
a feeling of fear or agitation about something that may happen
heathen
a person who is not a believer in any of the world's chief re…
theocracy
system of government in which priests rule in the name of God
31 terms
The Crucible Vocab- American Literature
contentious
imperceptible
dissembling
slander
argumentative
barely noticeable
concealment of one's real nature or motives
the action or crime of making a false spoken statement damagi…
contentious
argumentative
imperceptible
barely noticeable
American Literature: The Crucible terms
Calamity
Conjured
Faction
Abominations
Disaster
Summoned by oath or spell
Small group, usually contentious, within a larger group
Things that elicit great dislike or abhorrence
Calamity
Disaster
Conjured
Summoned by oath or spell
10 terms
American Literature: The Crucible Vocab
Anarchy (n)
Autocratic (adj)
Defamation (n)
Faction (n)
Absence of government; a utopian society of individuals who e…
A way of ruling, but not in a nice way; use fear and control…
The act of damaging good reputation of someone.
A group of persons forming a cohesive, usually contentious mi…
Anarchy (n)
Absence of government; a utopian society of individuals who e…
Autocratic (adj)
A way of ruling, but not in a nice way; use fear and control…
22 terms
American Literature , THE CRUCIBLE Characters
Reverend Paris
Betty Paris
Tituba
Abigail Williams
Minster in Salem
Paris daughter
Paris black slave
Paris niece
Reverend Paris
Minster in Salem
Betty Paris
Paris daughter
15 terms
The Crucible Vocabulary (words within Unit 2 of American Literature)
Predilection
Dissembling
Licentious
Ameliorate
Weakness
Dissimulate
Abandoned
Improve something
Predilection
Weakness
Dissembling
Dissimulate
10 terms
The Crucible Act 2
Magistrate
Scoff
Conviction
Loftily
Judge
Make fun of
A strong belief
in a superior way
Magistrate
Judge
Scoff
Make fun of
20 terms
The Crucible Act 2
reprimand
friction
condemnation
conviction
censure severely or angrily
a state of conflict between two persons
an expression of strong disapproval
an unshakable belief in something without need for proof
reprimand
censure severely or angrily
friction
a state of conflict between two persons
15 terms
Literature the crucible act 1
Trepidation (n.)
Deference (n.)
Subservient (adj.)
Ameliorate (v.)
Alarm or dread
Respect and honor due to a superior or elder
Acting like a servant
To improve
Trepidation (n.)
Alarm or dread
Deference (n.)
Respect and honor due to a superior or elder
Elements Of Literature & The Crucible Vocab
First Person Point of View
Characterization
Author's Purpose
Theme
Written from one person's perspective-(I, me, we)
How an author reveals characters
Why was the story written? To entertain, to persuade, to inform
Message the author conveys to the reader
First Person Point of View
Written from one person's perspective-(I, me, we)
Characterization
How an author reveals characters
63 terms
Crucible Vocabulary - Rhy 2
Predilection
Ingratiating
Dissembling
Calumny
Preexisting preference
Charming or flattering
False accusation; slander
a false statement about a person that is made to damage their…
Predilection
Preexisting preference
Ingratiating
Charming or flattering
The Crucible Act 2
The reason why John and Elizabeth's re…
The gift Mary Warren gives to Elizabeth
The evidence against Sarah Goode
She wants Elizabeth dead
John had an affair with Abigail
A poppet
She could not say the commandments
Abigail
The reason why John and Elizabeth's re…
John had an affair with Abigail
The gift Mary Warren gives to Elizabeth
A poppet
149 terms
Honors Literature sem. 1 The Crucible
What important information is revealed…
In what ways does a long exposition di…
What is a time- honored activity for t…
Whys is the background knowledge of wi…
The information revealed is that Reverend Parris is one of th…
A long exposition differs from a typical stage direction beca…
They got into everyones business.
We need to know the background because we now know the plot a…
What important information is revealed…
The information revealed is that Reverend Parris is one of th…
In what ways does a long exposition di…
A long exposition differs from a typical stage direction beca…
149 terms
Honors Literature The Crucible
What important information is revealed…
In what ways does a long exposition di…
What is a time- honored activity for t…
Whys is the background knowledge of wi…
The information revealed is that Reverend Parris is one of th…
A long exposition differs from a typical stage direction beca…
They got into everyones business.
We need to know the background because we now know the plot a…
What important information is revealed…
The information revealed is that Reverend Parris is one of th…
In what ways does a long exposition di…
A long exposition differs from a typical stage direction beca…
AMERICAN LITERATURE - THE CRUCIBLE
Direct characterization
indirect characterization
character motivations
character choices
tells the audience what the personality of the character is
shows thing that reveal the personality of the character
what motivates a character to do something
a choice a character makes
Direct characterization
tells the audience what the personality of the character is
indirect characterization
shows thing that reveal the personality of the character
149 terms
Literature sem. 1 The Crucible
What important information is revealed…
In what ways does a long exposition di…
What is a time- honored activity for t…
Whys is the background knowledge of wi…
The information revealed is that Reverend Parris is one of th…
A long exposition differs from a typical stage direction beca…
They got into everyones business.
We need to know the background because we now know the plot a…
What important information is revealed…
The information revealed is that Reverend Parris is one of th…
In what ways does a long exposition di…
A long exposition differs from a typical stage direction beca…
5 terms
The Crucible - Act 2
condemnation
falter
perplexed
indignant
(n.) expression of strong disapproval; pronouncing as wrong o…
(v.) to move hesitatingly, as if about to give away
(adj.) full of difficulty or confusion or bewilderment
(adj.) angered at something unjust or wrong
condemnation
(n.) expression of strong disapproval; pronouncing as wrong o…
falter
(v.) to move hesitatingly, as if about to give away
20 terms
American Literature: Act 2-4 Crucible Vocab
loftily
ameliorate
jabberer
daft
being haughty/arrogant
improve (something bad)
rapid/indistinct talker
foolish
loftily
being haughty/arrogant
ameliorate
improve (something bad)
11 terms
The Crucible literary terms 2
inference
irony
situational irony
verbal irony
a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.
A discrepancy between appearance and reality... ex: The son of t…
When what actually happens in a story is different from what…
When someone says one thing but really means something else
inference
a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.
irony
A discrepancy between appearance and reality... ex: The son of t…
42 terms
American Literature The Crucible
How is the theme intolerance used in T…
How is the theme hysteria used in The…
How is the theme reputation used in Th…
How is the symbolism of the witch tria…
Intolerance is used by the church in the theocratic society t…
Hysteria tears apart the community in The Crucible, and gives…
In an environment where reputation plays such an important ro…
This play can be seen as symbolic of the paranoia about commu…
How is the theme intolerance used in T…
Intolerance is used by the church in the theocratic society t…
How is the theme hysteria used in The…
Hysteria tears apart the community in The Crucible, and gives…
20 terms
The Crucible Act 2 Vocabulary
reprimand
friction
condemnation
conviction
(v) to censure severely or angrily
(n) a state of conflict between persons
(n) an expression of strong disapproval
(n) an unshakable belief in something w/out need for proof or…
reprimand
(v) to censure severely or angrily
friction
(n) a state of conflict between persons
19 terms
American Literature: The Crucible
Why did Nathaniel Hathorne change his…
Transcendentalism
Puritan Culture
Why did these young girls call people…
Because his great-grandfather sentenced 25 people to death du…
the act of removing yourself from society so you can learn mo…
-couldn't play with toys... -males followed dad's around to lear…
for the first time these girls had power, something they neve…
Why did Nathaniel Hathorne change his…
Because his great-grandfather sentenced 25 people to death du…
Transcendentalism
the act of removing yourself from society so you can learn mo…
H World Literature: The Crucible Vocabulary
conjure
faction
abomination
deference
(verb) to summon a spirit by sorcery
(noun) a united and usually troublesome minority within a lar…
(noun) hated, loathed
(noun) courteous submission to the opinions, wishes, or judgm…
conjure
(verb) to summon a spirit by sorcery
faction
(noun) a united and usually troublesome minority within a lar…
10 terms
The Crucible-Act 2
falter
magistrate
pallor
compensate
(v.) to hesitate, stumble, lose courage; to speak hesitatingl…
a civil officer charged with the administration of the law
(n.) an extreme or unnatural paleness
(v.) to make an appropriate payment for something (Reginald b…
falter
(v.) to hesitate, stumble, lose courage; to speak hesitatingl…
magistrate
a civil officer charged with the administration of the law
149 terms
Honors Literature sem. 1 The Crucible
What important information is revealed…
In what ways does a long exposition di…
What is a time- honored activity for t…
Whys is the background knowledge of wi…
The information revealed is that Reverend Parris is one of th…
A long exposition differs from a typical stage direction beca…
They got into everyones business.
We need to know the background because we now know the plot a…
What important information is revealed…
The information revealed is that Reverend Parris is one of th…
In what ways does a long exposition di…
A long exposition differs from a typical stage direction beca…
20 terms
American Literature: The Crucible Act II
At the beginning of the act, John Proc…
What did Abigail Williams reveal to Jo…
Why hasn't John told the court what he…
What lie did John Proctor tell to Eliz…
That the house is cold and that there is tension between the…
Abigail Williams reveals to John Proctor that "said it not to…
John hasn't told the court what he knows because he doesn't w…
The lie that John Proctor told to Elizabeth which makes her m…
At the beginning of the act, John Proc…
That the house is cold and that there is tension between the…
What did Abigail Williams reveal to Jo…
Abigail Williams reveals to John Proctor that "said it not to…
The Crucible Vocabulary Act 2
ameliorate
avidly
base
blasphemy
To improve
Enthusiastically
lowly, evil
Speech which offends religious sentiments
ameliorate
To improve
avidly
Enthusiastically
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