Past exam questions: The Crucible (WJEC)

January 17, 2016

THE CRUCIBLE  - PAST QUESTIONS


June 2013

Arthur Miller : The Crucible

OR Question 13

“Oh, Elizabeth, your justice would freeze beer!”

How does Miller present the relationship between Elizabeth and John Proctor at the beginning of Act 2, and how does it change by the end of the play? (30 marks) SPaG: (4 marks)

OR Question 14

How does Miller present ideas about witch-hunts in The Crucible? (30 marks) SPaG: (4 marks)



Jan 2013

Arthur Miller : The Crucible

OR Question 13

How does Miller use the ending of each act to make the audience feel the madness in Salem? (30 marks) SPaG: (4 marks)

OR Question 14

What do you think is the importance of Mary Warren in the play and how does Miller present her? (30 marks) SPaG: (4 marks)



June 2012

Arthur Miller : The Crucible

OR Question 13

How do you respond to Giles Corey in The Crucible and how does Miller make you respond as you do? (30 marks)

OR Question 14

How does Miller present different attitudes to the court in The Crucible? (30 marks)



Jan 2012

Arthur Miller: The Crucible

EITHER Question 13

How does Miller show the changes in Hale during the course of The Crucible?
(30 marks)

OR Question 14

How does Miller present ideas about freedom in The Crucible?



June 2011

Arthur Miller: The Crucible

In the opening of the play, how does Miller seek to create an atmosphere of hysteria and tension? Do you find the opening effective? (30 marks)

OR Question 14

How do you respond to Miller’s presentation of Abigail in The Crucible? (30 marks)



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