Guided Viewing Questions KEY
Who are Reverend Parris, Betty, and Abigail? What is their relationship? Rev. Parris is the minister of Salem, Betty is his daughter, and Abigail is his niece.
Who is Tituba? What is her relationship to the family? Tituba is the Parris’s slave from Barbados.
What is wrong with Betty? Betty is unconscious after being caught by her father dancing in the woods with other girls from Salem.
Why does Parris suggest calling in Reverend Hale? Rev. Parris thinks the Devil has entered Salem and turned the girls into witches.
Who are Ann and Thomas Putnam? What do they suggest is Betty’s problem? What is their motivation for suggesting this? The couple who lost all but one child, Ann. The Putnams believe that Betty is being controlled by the Devil and is suffering the same symptoms as their daughter Ruth related to withcraft.
Who is Ruth? What is her relationship to the Putnams? What is wrong with her? How do the Putnam’s tie her problem to Betty’s?
Ruth is the Putnams’ daughter; she is the other girl who is unable to wake after doing black arts in the woods with Tituba.
Who is Mercy Lewis? What is her relationship to the Putnam’s? The Putnams’ servant.
What does the conversation between Abigail, Mercy Lewis, Mary Warren, and Betty reveal about their recent activities? The girls are making the idea of witchcraft up to avoid getting punished for dancing in the woods.
Who is John Proctor? What is his relationship to Mary Warren? What is his relationship to Abigail? How does he feel about his relationship with Abigail? John Proctor is a landowner and a farmer, who separates himself from the town. Mary Warren is the Proctors’ servant; she replaced Abigail Williams, with whom he had an affair.
Who is Elizabeth Proctor? What does Abigail think of her? How might this affect the outcome of the play? Elizabeth Proctor is John’s wife. Abigail despises Elizabeth...
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