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Crucible Review

Terms Answer
Mass Hysteria An extreme emotional state of fear and anxiety that affects a large number of people at the same time.
Theme The lesson or message of the story.
Characterization The author's presentation of how a character looks, acts, and feels.
Direct Characterization Tells the audience what the personality of the character is.
Indirect Characterization Shows what the personality of the character is.
Crucible A severe test or trial.
Sentence Fragment Group of words missing 1 of the 3 required parts (verb, subject, complete thought).
Complete Thought Occurs when a sentence makes sense and can stand on its own.
Verb Action words or words that show state of being.
Run-on Sentence Two complete sentences placed together without any punctuation or with only a comma.
Subject The “who or what” the sentence is about. The subject is a noun or pronoun.
Created by: carolcummings2