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Unit Plan

Title:

The New World

Subject/Course:

ENG II – American Literature

Topic:

Life Goes On – The Crucible

Grade:

10

Designer(s):

Heather McIntosh






Stage 1 – Desired Results

Established Goals:

Common Core State Standards R.L. 1-10, S.L. 1-6, W. 1-10, L. 1-6



Grammar:

Common Core State Standards L.4.3b, L.5.2l, L.6.2a, L.8.1d



Terms:

Symbolism, allegory, setting, point of view, narrator, genre, characterization, exposition, foil, style, suspense, metaphor, simile, irony, oxymoron, theme, conflict, protagonist, antagonist, foreshadowing, climax, motif



Understandings:

Students will understand that…

  • Intolerance is the root of many societal ills.

  • Rule through fear reduces our freedom and our own humanity.

  • Arthur Miller’s The Crucible depicts the universal thematic ideas of intolerance, hysteria, individual integrity, reputation, power, and resentment/revenge.

  • Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is a universal political allegory.

  • Miller creates both internal and external conflicts that culminate in the climax.

  • Early American ideals contributed to an emerging American conception of self.

  • It is important to explore the intersection of the self and the larger society.

  • Details in a text work together to convey an overall meaning.

  • There is a connection between a variety of genres and modalities (plays, poems, movies.)






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