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11 11/16

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Transcript of 11 11/16

11 11/16
Subtext
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Subtext
definition
Subtext in The Crucible
Conclusion
Do Now
Copy down the Lesson EQ:
How do we identify subtext in a play?

Respond to the following:
Choose a moment from ACT I of the play that you think is going to hold a lot of significance in the rest of the play and make a prediction.
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The Crucible
stop and jot
Character Maps
Use the graphic organizer to take notes on the description, motivations, and characterization on the characters
What is really taking place in this scene?
What "isn't being said"
Inferred meaning
how do we find it?
Consider the characters' wants and needs
What do we know about the status of Proctor and Elizabeth's relationship?
What can you assume each character wants from the other?
act ii
How do we identify subtext in the play?
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