Historical Context - The Crucible

Historical Context - The Crucible

Author: David Schulz

1. To understand the influence of historical context

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This is a video about historical context. First it defines the term historical context. Next it describes the historical context surrounding the creation of The Crucible, by Arthur Miller. It is an attempt to become familiar with tools and techniques used implementing flipped learning.

Source: Glencoe Literature California Treasures - American Literature; http://www.ibiblio.org/miller/life.html

Items to submit in class tomorrow

Be prepared to submit these items in class tomorrow: WSQ and Concluding activity.

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Source: Created by David M. Schulz