Teacher Guide

The Crucible Lesson Plan

Bringing in Technology

DAY #: Lesson Name (requirements)

DAY 2: Mapping Salem (printing out a map or viewing it online)
DAY 4: Set Design (powerpoint presentation), The Crucible in Songs (playing songs), History vs Playstory (online articles)

Consider asking students' permission to include some of their written/drawn work on a class blog online. Inviting students to summarize and/or reflect on each class in the form of a blog could be an activity for credit or extra credit as well.

Filming certain scenes as a class or in individual groups may be an exciting endeavor for students as well.

For additional activities involving digital resources, take a look at the ReadWriteThink and the New York Times'...

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