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The Crucible Outline

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The Crucible Outline

OPIC 2 Talk about the style of pride in the play The Crucible Paragraph I (intro) Definition of excessive pride Brief summary of the play Intro to the primary characters Paragraph 2 (start body) Reverend Hale Example of pride (quote/pg #/ explanation) Outcome of his pride (example from the play/ another quote/pg #/ explanation) Conclusion (was his pride justified?) Paragraph 3 (continue body) Elizabeth Proctor Example of pride (quote/pg #/ explanation) Outcome of her pride (example from the play/ another quote/pg #/ description)

Conclusion (was her pride validated?) Paragraph 4 (finish body) John Proctor Example of pride (quote/pg #/ description) Outcome of his pride (example from the play/ another quote/pg #/ description) Conclusion (was his pride justified?) Paragraph 5 (conclusion) Compare John Proctor to the other characters Choose whether his last act was among extreme pride Tell how the title of the play associates with the style———————————————- TOPIC THREE Go over the modification or lack of change undergone by the main characters. Paragraph I( introduction )Definition of Crucible Explain how the definition uses to the play Mention that the some characters altered since of what they had to undergo and some characters did not alter Mention 3 characters you want to go over and tell whether or not they change throughout the play. Paragraph II (first character) Transitional sentence Give an adjective to describe the character at the beginning of the play Describe a scene from the start of the play to prove that this is a great adjective. If the character is the same, explain a scene from the end of the play that reveals that this very same adjective applies If the character is changed, offer a brand-new adjective for that character along with a description of a scene from the end of the play that shows this adjective. Paragraph III(second character )Transitional sentence Offer an adjective to explain the character at the start of the play Describe a scene from the beginning of the play to show that this is a great adjective. If the character is unchanged, describe a scene from the end of the play that shows that this exact same adjective applies If the character is changed, give a new adjective for that character as well as a description of a scene from the end of the play that proves this adjective. Paragraph IV(3rd character) Transitional sentence Provide an adjective to explain the character at the start of the play Describe a scene from the beginning of the play to prove that this is a great adjective. If the character is unchanged, explain a scene from the end of the play that reveals that this same adjective uses

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