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  1.   Due Process Freedoms Dramatization of Salem Witch Trial by Elizabeth Chorak
You currently do not have JavaScript enabled in your web browser. The ABA website relies on JavaScript for display purposes. To fully experience the ABA site, please enable javascript. _ _ _ For Schools Grades 4-6: Due Process Freedoms Dramatization of Salem Witch Trial by Elizabeth Chorak A simple play and follow-up activities can provide elementary students with an opportunity to compare fair and unfair trials. This lesson will work best using a local lawyer as a resource person. It leads logically into a discussion of why we have certain fair trial (or due process) protections und...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  2.   The Witching of Salem Village
Home - Biography - Philosophy of Teaching - Resume - Professional Inquiry - Sample Lesson Plans - Student Advocacy - Student Work - Useful Web Links - Contact Information Mini Unit: The Witching of Salem Village Jennifer East & Lee Krystek E. Heddy October 26, 2005 ELEM5202 Title: The Witching of Salem Village Student Teachers: Jennifer East & Lee Krystek, Ms. Lanigan, 5^th Grade Description: This mini unit focuses on the events that took place in the village of Salem, Massachusetts, during 1692. The three lessons con...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Which of You Is a Witch?The Salem Witchcraft Trials and The Crucible
Which of You Is a Witch? The Salem Witchcraft Trials and The Crucible Janine Polla Werner 9-12 Four 45-minute class periods In January 1692, the Salem witch trials began and changed life dramatically for the small farming community of Salem Village, part of the Massachusetts Bay colony. Believing themselves God's chosen people, the Puritan inhabitants o...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   The Salem Witchcraft Trials
The Salem Witchcraft Trials Submitted by: Students in CUIN 6345 University of Houston, Houston, Texas, USA Lesson Plan Information: Grade Level: High School (9-12) Introduction/Overview: Students gather research about the Salem Witchcraft Trials and participate in a mock trial. Learning Objectives: The student is expected to evaluate the t...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   Cold Case Files: Solving the Mystery of the Salem Witch Trials
Cold Case Files: Solving the Mystery of the Salem Witch Trials Often the past is attractive as a means to say something about the present. -Arthur Miller Overview Students assume the roles of detectives as they investigate the occurrences during the Salem Witch Trials. They also assume the roles of lawyers and explore the principles of American democracy through the documents an...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  6.   Cold Case Files: Solving the Mystery of the Salem Witch Trials
Cold Case Files: Solving the Mystery of the Salem Witch Trials Often the past is attractive as a means to say something about the present. Arthur Miller Overview Students assume the roles of detectives as they investigate the occurrences during the Salem Witch Trials. They also assume the roles of lawyers and explore the principles of American democracy through the documents and...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  7.   Salem Witch Trials
Objectives Students will understand the following: 1. In 17th-century New England, people were persecuted for allegedly practicing witchcraft. 2. Students of this period have looked into the allegations and offer alternatives to witchcraft to explain the people's behavior. 3. Arthur Miller wrote the play The Crucible, using the 17th-century case of witch trials (and fictionalizing it) to comment on a 20th-century phenomenon - the hunting of communists as if they w...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Salem Witch Trial Reenactment
Title - Salem Witch Trial Reenactment By - Anthony Johnson Primary Subject - Social Studies Grade Level - 5 Time: 60 - 90 minutes Grade Level and/or Subject This is a fifth grade class learning more about the religious upbringings in the early colonies. Objective: Students will be able to understand why the witch trials occurred Students will...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  9.   Salem Witch Trial Jury Simulation
...f students reached by other teachers using this lesson plan Did you find this lesson plan useful? Please rate this lesson (circle one): Excellent If not, would you like to be? Comments: Good Fair Very Poor Are you on the mailing list for the free Citizenshin News (OBA/LRE Newsletter)? LESSON PLAN: SALEM WITCH TRIAL JURY SllWLATlON Reprinted with permission from hints. Ouads. and CRADLE: Celebrating Christopher Columbus. Native American Rights, and the Pledge of Allegiance, published by CRADLE (Center for Research and Debelopment in Law-Related Education, Wake Forest School of Law, 1992. 89415 Salem Witch Trial .by Simulation...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  10.   Religious Intolerance And The Salem Witch Trials
...n Professional National Teacher Teachers Resources Plans Development NTTI Training Institute CIVIL LAW, CRIMINAL LAW. WHAT?S THE DIFFERENCE? GEORGE Y. DURRETT, Grades 9-12, Social Studies Click here for .pdf to download and print TIME ALLOTMENT: Two 50-minute classes. OVERVIEW: In 1692, the town of Salem, Massachusetts is settled by a group of Puritans. Their purpose in leaving England was to purify the religious edicts of the Church of England and worship with religious freedom. Unfortunately, they were very zealous in their beliefs and felt that religious tolerance was merely an excuse ??to tell lies in the name of the Lord.? T...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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