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The Crucible Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Welcome to Jeopardy!
  • 2. Mark E. Damon Another Presentation © 2001 - All rights Reserved [email_address]
  • 3.
    • Directions:
    • Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions (which are really the answers).
    • Enter in the categories on the main game boards.
    • As you play the game, click on the TEXT DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box.
    • When they have given a question, click again anywhere on the screen to see the correct question. Keep track of which questions have already been picked by printing out the game board screen and checking off as you go.
    • Click on the “Game” box to return to the main scoreboard.
    • Enter the score into the black box on each players podium.
    • Continue until all clues are given.
    • When finished, DO NOT save the game. This will overwrite the program with the scores and data you enter. You MAY save it as a different name, but keep this file untouched!
  • 4. Round 1 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Robin Thelma Louise
  • 5. Name Names They said what? That happened when? Vocab Witchcraft Arthur Miller $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Scores
  • 6. $100 He innocently convicted his wife as a witch by stating that she reads strange books.
  • 7. $100 Who is Giles Corey Scores
  • 8. $200 He had a great understanding for the dark arts
  • 9. $200 Who was Reverend Hale? Scores
  • 10. $300 She was caught dancing naked in the woods.
  • 11. $300 Who was Mercy Lewis? Scores
  • 12. $400 His house was the center of the witchcraft hysteria
  • 13. $400 Who was Parris? Scores
  • 14. $500 She was the first to be accused of witchcraft
  • 15. $500 Who was Tituba? Scores
  • 16. $100 I beg you, sir, I beg you—see her what she is . . . She thinks to dance with me on my wife's grave! And well she might, for I thought of her softly. God help me, I lusted, and there is a promise in such sweat. But it is a whore's vengeance . . .
  • 17. $100 Who is John Proctor? Scores
  • 18. $200 I look for John Proctor that took me from my sleep and put knowledge in my heart! I never knew what pretense Salem was, I never knew the lying lessons I was taught by all these Christian women and their covenanted men! And now you bid me tear the light out of my eyes? I will not, I cannot! You loved me, John Proctor, and whatever sin it is, you love me yet!
  • 19. $200 Who is Abigail Williams? Scores
  • 20. $300 More Weight!
  • 21. $300 Who is Giles Corey? Scores
  • 22. Daily Double
  • 23. $400 I saved her life today!
  • 24. $400 Who is Marry Warren? Scores
  • 25. $500 Those who weep for them…weep for corruption.
  • 26. $500 Who is Judge Hathorne? Scores
  • 27. $100 Abigail drinks a charm to kill Goody Proctor.
  • 28. $100 What is prior to Act I? Scores
  • 29. $200 Tituba gets whipped for taking the girls into the forest to cast spells.
  • 30. $200 What is Act I? Scores
  • 31. $300 The reader can infer that John Proctor had an affair with Abigail Williams.
  • 32. $300 What is Act I. Scores
  • 33. $400 Elizabeth lies to try to save her husband’s life.
  • 34. $400 What is Act III? Scores
  • 35. $500 Elizabeth is arrested for witchcraft.
  • 36. $500 What is Act II? Scores
  • 37. $100 This word means to escape or avoid
  • 38. $100 What is evade Scores
  • 39. $200 This word means a false show or appearance
  • 40. $200 What is pretense Scores
  • 41. $300 This adverb means clumsily
  • 42. $300 What is ineptly Scores
  • 43. $400 This is the name of a formal legal accusation, charging the commission or omission of an act, which is punishable by death
  • 44. $400 What is an indictment Scores
  • 45. $500 This is the official postponement of the carrying out of sentence
  • 46. $500 What is a reprieve Scores
  • 47. $100 The witchcraft hysteria began during this year in Salem Mass.
  • 48. $100 What is 1692 Scores
  • 49. $200 This form of entertainment was believed to be the devil’s hand at work.
  • 50. $200 Dancing Scores
  • 51. $300 Abby had her create a charm out of chicken blood to kill Goody Proctor
  • 52. $300 Tituba Scores
  • 53. $400 This type of magic was believed to be real to the Puritans of 1692
  • 54. $400 Black Magic Scores
  • 55. $500 This action was believed by many that a possessed person was expelling demons through the nose.
  • 56. $500 What is Sneezing Scores
  • 57. $100 This was the title of his first major theatrical success
  • 58. $100 What is All My Sons Scores
  • 59. $200 The Crucible was first staged on Broadway during this year.
  • 60. $200 What is 1953 Scores
  • 61. $300 Miller was married to this actress for a short time
  • 62. $300 Who was Marilyn Monroe Scores
  • 63. $400 For a brief time, Miller changed his name to this to keep his identity protected from the public
  • 64. $400 Who was Jonathan Lovelett Scores
  • 65. $500 Being accused of this sparked Miller’s interest in writing The Crucible
  • 66. $500 Communist Connections Scores
  • 67. History Cause/ Effect True or False The Guilty? Lit. Elements Remember Me? $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 Round 1 Final Jeopardy Scores
  • 68. $200 The number of people hung at Gallows Hill
  • 69. $200 What was 19 Scores
  • 70. $400 The total amount of people who lost their lives to the witchcraft hysteria
  • 71. $400 What was 24 Scores
  • 72. $600 She was the first to admit to being a witch
  • 73. $600 Tituba Scores
  • 74. $800 The Puritans believed that Satan would select these THREE types of individuals to carry out his work
  • 75. $800 Women Children The insane Scores
  • 76. $1000 He helped persuade Massachusetts Governor, Sir William Phips to overturn the convictions
  • 77. $1000 Who was Increase Mather Scores
  • 78. $200 Elizabeth fires Abigail because…
  • 79. $200 Her husband and Abigail were having an affair Scores
  • 80. Daily Double
  • 81. $400 John reveals his sin to the court because…
  • 82. $400 John knows he must prove Elizabeth’s innocence Scores
  • 83. $600 Reverend Hale quits the court because…
  • 84. $600 He believes the court is condemning innocent people Scores
  • 85. $800 John Proctor tears up his confession because…
  • 86. $800 He will not give his good name to lies Scores
  • 87. $1000 The play begins in 1690 in Salem Massachusetts
  • 88. $1000 What is False Scores
  • 89. $200 Arthur Miller combined some of the real people of Salem into one character in The Crucible
  • 90. $200 What is True Scores
  • 91. $400 The fate of each of the characters in the The Crucible are that of historical truth
  • 92. $400 What is True Scores
  • 93. $600 Tituba was set free when she was released from prison
  • 94. $600 What is False Scores
  • 95. $800 The Puritans believed that if one member of the community sinned, misfortune could befall the entire community.
  • 96. $800 True Scores
  • 97. $1000 The affair between John Proctor and Abby Williams never happened.
  • 98. $1000 What is True Scores
  • 99. $200 She was a midwife to Mrs. Putnam
  • 100. $200 Who was Sarah Osburn Scores
  • 101. $400 She was known as the town beggar
  • 102. $400 Who was Sarah Good Scores
  • 103. Daily Double
  • 104. $600 She was accused inadvertently by her own husband
  • 105. $600 Who was Martha Corey Scores
  • 106. $800 She was the oldest one accused
  • 107. $800 Who was Rebecca Nurse Scores
  • 108. $1000 He was tortured over a two day period by being crushed to death with rocks
  • 109. $1000 Giles Corey Scores
  • 110. $200 Words like fear, terror, superstition, and mystery can describe this literary element of Act 1
  • 111. $200 What is Mood Scores
  • 112. $400 The idea of keeping a person’s good name is the central idea throughout the play. Name the literary element this falls under.
  • 113. $400 What is Theme Scores
  • 114. $600 The affair that happened between Abby and John is essential to this literary element.
  • 115. $600 What is the Plot Scores
  • 116. $800 This literary element exists when dialogue takes on a different meaning because the audience has knowledge that a character does not.
  • 117. $800 What is Dramatic Irony Scores
  • 118. $1000 The Crucible is an example of this type of literary element where a main character suffers a downfall.
  • 119. $1000 What is a Tragedy Scores
  • 120. $200 I tried to fly out of my window in search for my dead mother
  • 121. $200 Who was Betty Parris Scores
  • 122. $400 I am a greedy man always looking for an increase in my salary and if you anger me, I will have my daughter accuse you of witchcraft.
  • 123. $400 Rev. Samuel Parris Scores
  • 124. $600 I told the entire town that there were witches roaming around…and then at the end…I changed my mind…Oops!
  • 125. $600 Rev. Hale Scores
  • 126. $800 I found what I thought was a voodoo doll in the Proctor household and arrested Elizabeth Proctor for sending her soul out to hurt Abby Williams.
  • 127. $800 Who was Ezekiel Cheever Scores
  • 128. $1000 I was drunk with Tituba in a jail cell thinking the cow I heard was the Devil coming to save us!
  • 129. $1000 Who was Sarah Good Scores
  • 130. Final Jeopardy Scores That’s All Folks! Final Jeopary Question
  • 131. What is the final line of the play?
  • 132. He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him! ~Elizabeth Proctor Scores