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  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.
  • Enter the text for the question. Put the text for incorrect answers in the boxes that are marked ‘incorrect‘. Put the correct answer in the box that is marked ‘correct’. Then select the correct answer text, right click, and set the ‘Action Setting’ for this object to go to the ‘correct answer’ of each question set. To select the correct slide drop down the menu bar marked hyperlink, click on slide, and then click on the slide you want to link it to. This is important. Otherwise, the exercise will not advance to the next question. You must hyperlink all the answers to the correct and incorrect answer slide. You must also place a hyperlink on slide 4 or the correct answer slide. Hyperlink, like you did above, the text that says ‘Next Question” and link it to the next question in your slide show. If you have more than 4 choices, you may add one or two more choices, or you may want to eliminate one ‘incorrect’ box if you have only three choices. After you enter the text for both question and answers, you may choose to ‘randomize’ your answer choices by moving the answers around to a different order. The answer choices are constructed as ‘button’ objects and can be moved. To move the choices, simply single click on the object, and drag your mouse to relocate the choice objects.

Crucible Presentation Transcript

  • 1. MULTIPLE CHOICE A B D C
  • 2. Power Point Presentation adapted from Alleghany County Public Schools, Covington, Virginia
    • www.alleghany.k12.va.us/DGB_ITRT/PP%20Presentations/English/Multiple%20Choice%20Games_Eng/ Crucible .ppt
  • 3. 1. What kind of government does Salem have in The Crucible ? Democracy Theocracy Monarchy Kleptocracy
  • 4. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
  • 5. CORRECT Next Question
  • 6. 2. What is Parris’s position in Salem? Bailiff Minister Governor Judge
  • 7. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
  • 8. CORRECT Next Question
  • 9. 3. Before the play begins, what did Parris catch his daughter and other girls doing? Trying to run away from home Dancing in the forest Reading Catholic tracts Conducting a black mass in the church
  • 10. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
  • 11. CORRECT Next Question
  • 12. 4. Why did Elizabeth Proctor fire Abigail? Abigail was too proud Abigail was having an affair with John Proctor Abigail didn’t work hard enough Abigail dressed like a prostitute
  • 13. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
  • 14. CORRECT Next Question
  • 15. 5. As the play opens, whom has Parris asked to come to Salem? Judge Danforth Reverend Hale Tituba John Proctor
  • 16. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
  • 17. CORRECT Next Question
  • 18. 6. What is John Proctor’s chief complaint against Parris’s sermons? They are too long They focus too much on fire and brimstone They are heretical They are too short
  • 19. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
  • 20. CORRECT Next Question
  • 21. 7. What does Mrs. Putnam blame on witchcraft? Her husband’s cancer The death of seven of her children in infancy Raids by natives Bad weather
  • 22. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
  • 23. CORRECT Next Question
  • 24. 8. Who is the first person that Abigail claims practiced witchcraft? John Proctor Tituba Reverend Hale Mary Warren
  • 25. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
  • 26. CORRECT Next Question
  • 27. 9. In Act II, what does Mary Warren give to Elizabeth Proctor when she returns home ? A cake A little doll A bonnet A kiss
  • 28. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
  • 29. CORRECT Next Question
  • 30. 10. What news does Mary Warren bring from Salem? That the witch trials have ended That someone accused Elizabeth of witchcraft That Reverend Hale is ill That someone accused John Proctor of witchcraft
  • 31. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
  • 32. CORRECT Next Question
  • 33. 11. Which commandment does John Proctor forget when Reverend Hale quizzes him? Thou shalt not kill Thou shalt not commit adultery Honor thy mother and father Thou shalt not covet
  • 34. INCORRECT!!! Try Again
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  • 36. 12. Whom do Ezekiel Cheever and Herrick, the marshal, come to the Proctor home to arrest ? John Proctor Elizabeth Proctor Reverend Hale Mary Warren
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  • 39. 13. To what does John Proctor convince Mary Warren to testify? That Abigail is a witch That the girls are only pretending to be possessed That Hale is a warlock That he and Abigail slept together
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  • 42. 14. Who is in charge of the court? Giles Corey Danforth Hale Parris
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  • 45. 15. Why will Elizabeth not be hanged if she is found guilty? Because she is a woman Because she is pregnant Because John Proctor is well respected Because the Puritans do not allow capital punishment
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  • 48. 16. On what charge is Giles Corey arrested? Witchcraft Contempt of court Murder Slander
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  • 51. 17. When Mary Warren testifies against them, what do Abigail and her troop of girls do? They all confess They claim that Mary is bewitching them They attack her They claim that John Proctor has bewitched Mary
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  • 54. 18. What does John Proctor do, in a desperate attempt to foil Abigail? He accuses her of witchcraft He tells the court about his affair with her He tries to kill He tells the court that Abigail is a man dressed as a woman
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  • 56. CORRECT Next Question
  • 57. 19. Who is brought in to corroborate John Proctor’s claims about Abigail? Rebecca Nurse Elizabeth Proctor Parris Mary Warren
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  • 60. 20. What does Elizabeth do when called upon to testify? Keeps silent Tells a lie Tells the truth Kills herself
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  • 63. 21. What does the court do with John Proctor? It frees him and sends him home It arrests and tries him for witchcraft It orders him stoned to death It exiles him to Maine
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  • 65. CORRECT Next Question
  • 66. 22. When John Proctor is facing death, what does Hale urge him to do? Kill himself Confess, even though he is innocent Blame someone else Refuse to confess
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  • 69. 23. Why does Proctor retract his confession? Because Hale asks him to Because new evidence has come to light Because the officials demand that he sign his name to it Because Abigail confesses
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  • 72. 24. What does Abigail do at the end of the play? She kills herself She flees Salem, after robbing her uncle She is hanged She is revealed as a witch
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  • 74. CORRECT Next Question
  • 75. 25. What ultimately happens to John Proctor? He is freed He is hanged He kills himself He escapes from prison and flees to Virginia
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  • 78. End of Game A B D C