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Let's Go Back to Salem: An Overview of the Salem Witch Trials
During this two day seminar, we will discuss the causes of the witch trials. We will learn about history leading up to the trials, the events of the trials as they happened, and the results and cultural impacts of this historical travesty.
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55 minutes per class
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This will be a two part seminar, during which we will take a deep dive into the rich and fascinating history of the Salem witch trials. The class will be lecture based with some discussion. I will also use images and short video clips to enhance the students' understanding of the topic. In the first class, we will begin with a brief history of the town itself, and the community divide between Salem Village and Salem town. We will discuss the religious beliefs and practices of the Puritans...
Students will learn about the events leading up to the Salem witch trials, the people involved, and the events themselves. Students will also learn about the cultural relevance of the witch trials.
I have taught extensively about the Salem witch trials as a high school teacher. I was also born in Salem and study the trials extensively. I have done a lot of research about the events, and have no problem teaching it in a sensitive way.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The Salem witch trials were historical events, involving violent deaths, wrongful persecution, and religion. There maybe possible triggers for some students. Images shown may be graphic, depicting violence. The content and discussion may be disturbing to students, therefore parental discretion is strongly advised.
NaomiNaomi's English for Everyone
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101 completed classes
Hi! I have been teaching English, Language Arts, Grammar, Writing, History, and ESOL for twenty years. I love connecting with my students and tailoring my teaching to their specific needs and wants. My students are challenged! I promise to assess...