Unit Plan Title
Can individuals create change within society?
What does it mean to be a moral person/a hero?
Does the protagonist have to win in order to be considered a hero?
What does it mean to have individual integrity? Which characters display individual integrity?
What does it mean to be a hypocrite? Who are the hypocrites in this play?
How does the author use plot and characterization to explore the concepts
of individual integrity
, power, resentment and intolerance?
What does this play teach about the individual in conflict with society?
Could something similar to this happen in the United States today?
How does the community influence the values and beliefs of the individual?
How does "group mentality" create paranoia and hysteria?
When should an individual take a stand in opposition to an individual or larger group?
When is it appropriate to challenge the beliefs or values of society?
Students will know….
information on Arthur Miller
on The Salem Witch Trials
, The McCarthy
Era and the Red Scare
values of Puritan society
concepts of morality
, individual integrity
and power within a community
The identified literary terms and how authors employ them within
a text to create meaning
of common drama terms
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