powerpoint jeopardy - Cory

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The Play
Lit Terms
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Question 1 - 10
This word would describe
the sound a feather makes
when it hits a pile of cotton.
Answer 1 – 10
What is imperceptible?
Question 1 - 20
If someone asked Mrs.
Stockwell if she likes Disney,
her response would be an
NO.
Answer 1 – 20
What is adamant?
Question 1 - 30
This would describe the tone a
husband might use when telling
his wife, “ Yes, those jeans DO
make your butt look big.”
Answer 1 – 30
What is callous?
Question 1 - 40
After insulting his wife, the
husband may make a trip to the
jewelry store in an effort to
the situation.
Answer 1 – 40
What is ameliorate?
Question 1 - 50
This word describes a
society who is isolated
and makes all of its own
decisions independently.
Answer 1 – 50
What is autocratic?
Question 2 - 10
This word might be used to describe the tone a
husband would use to say, “Honey, I’m sorry
that I said those jeans make your butt look big.”
Answer 2 – 10
What is conceding?
Question 2 - 20
This word is an apt synonym for “catastrophe”.
Answer 2 – 20
What is calamity?
Question 2 - 30
The fact that she was able to fool an entire town
is proof that Abigail has lots of this; a synonym
for “cleverness”.
Answer 2 – 30
• What is guile?
Question 2 - 40
This is the way a student might behave if a
teacher began questioning them about whether
they cheated on a test.
Answer 2 – 40
What is evasive?
Question 2 - 50
“Insolence” and “impudence” are synonyms for
this word
Answer 2 – 50
• What is effrontery?
Question 3 - 10
These two female characters serve as the
strongest example of foils in the play.
Answer 3 – 10
• Who are Elizabeth Proctor and Abigail
Williams?
Question 3 - 20
Miller fabricated this element of the plot that
was not an actual event in the real Salem witch
trials.
Answer 3 – 20
What is the relationship between Proctor and
Abigail?
Question 3 - 30
Because he changes his beliefs about witchcraft
drastically, Hale’s character could be described
as…
Answer 3 – 30
• What is dynamic?
Question 3 - 40
Because he remains selfish and paranoid
throughout the play, Parris’ character could be
described as…
Answer 3 – 40
Flat, or static
Question 3 - 50
• When Elizabeth lies for the first time at the
very moment when her and John’s fates hinge
on her honesty, this is a powerful example of
this literary device at work.
Answer 3 – 50
• What is situational irony?
Question 4 - 10
The point on the plot diagram where characters
and events are introduced.
Answer 4 – 10
• What is the exposition?
Question 4 - 20
• Which character in The Crucible best fits the
definition of antagonist?
Answer 4 – 20
• Who is Abigail Williams?
Question 4 - 30
Term used to describe two characters whose
opposite traits are intended to highlight one
character’s virtues
Answer 4 – 30
• What are foils?
Question 4 - 40
• The point of highest emotional intensity
within a story
Answer 4 – 40
• What is the climax?
Question 4 - 50
Term used to describe an extended speech
given by a character alone onstage.
Answer 4 – 50
• What is a soliloquy?
Question 5 - 10
Which device was demonstrated when John
forgot the one commandment he was guilty of
breaking, and Hale was unaware of his sin?
Answer 5 – 10
• What is dramatic irony?
Question 5 - 20
Miller was accused of associating with this
political party, and was eventually blacklisted for
refusing to “name names”.
Answer 5 – 20
What is the Communist Party?
Question 5 - 30
In The Crucible, Miller warns against the dangers
of this government system, in which religious
doctrine and legal code are one and the same.
Answer 5 – 30
• What is a theocracy?
Question 5 - 40
• Miller wrote The Crucible to compare Salem
with this 1950’s anti-communist hysteria
Answer 5 – 40
• What is the Red Scare?
Question 5 - 50
• A container used to heat metals at high
temperatures for the purpose of drawing out
impurities.
Answer 5 – 50
• What is a crucible?