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Ho Class: College Preparatory English 3 Activities preview for the week of April 24 – 29, 2011 Monday 1) M.E. 2.9 - “All over the United States, families are in trouble. It is true that there are many contented homes where families are living in harmony; however, various threats to family life are much greater for some families than for others. There are those today, as at various times in the past – who doubt that the family can survive….” • Analyze the significance of the writer’s claims about families being “in trouble.” Then explain whether you agree or disagree with the writer’s assertions concerning the current state of the family in America. 2) 4 Vocabulary cards for the following words: a. pallor b. ameliorate c. avidly d. deference e. abomination f. blasphemy g. ALLUSION Tuesday 1) Worksheet on quotes, character analysis, and allusion 2) Reading of Act II Wednesday 1) Continuing previous day’s worksheet 2) Continuing reading Act II Thursday 1) Finishing Act II 2) Reviewing Act I and Act II with graphic organizer for the two acts Friday 1) Vocabulary exam 2) Quotes quiz 3) Watching interpretation of Act II from the play.

the page number of the quote. _Speaker Intended audience b. _ d. c. as though I come into a court when I come into this house!” a. and common vengeance writes the law!” a. but now the little crazy children are jangling the keys of the kingdom. _ c. The magistrate sits in your heart that judges you. _ 5) “The promise that a stallion gives a mare I gave that girl!” a. appearance. every moment judged for lies. _ 4) “She wants me dead. _Speaker Intended audience b. _ d. _Speaker Intended audience b. b. Goody Proctor. I cannot speak but I am doubted. the significance of the quotes from ACT II 1) “I have gone tiptoe in this house all seven month since she is gone. _ 2) “I do not judge you.” a.Important quotes from Act II of The Crucible Please write: a. the name of the speaker and who he or she is saying it to. I have not moved from there to there without I think to please you. and still an everlasting funeral marches round your heart. John. and c.” a. _ b. c. I had to sit long hours in a chair. _ c. _ 3) “I made a gift for you today. _Speaker Intended audience b. and passed the time with sewing. _ d. c. _ Character Analysis of Act II Character name John Proctor Age. _ c. behavior What s/he wants & (page #) What s/he fears & (page #) Elizabeth Proctor Mary Warren Reverend Hale . you know it!” a. _Speaker Intended audience b. _ 6) “We are what we always were in Salem.

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