|Tituba from late 19th century|
|Diorama from 2001|
There are so many different ways to teach Salem. One could create accusation games where students get 10 extra points if they write down someone who cheated on the last quiz, 5 if they write down someone who they thought may have cheated. See if anyone writes anything down, and then get into what happens when blame becomes useful (and of course, no one gets any points, but the students who wrote names down feel pretty bad about themselves). Or, one could have students follow individuals like Giles Corey to learn through biography.