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Introduce Shakespeare's Macbeth with this slideshow. With easy to read slides, you can provide your students with important background information. Included are "talking points" that correspond with each slide.You will find information on: Elizabethan/Jacobean beliefs about witchcraft, fortune tell
The witches from Macbeth just might have it right when they claim that "fair is foul and foul is fair" - at least that's what your students might think when they find out they have to read a Shakespeare play... To prevent them from getting a boring start, introduce them to Macbeth with this engaging
Grade 9-12: Resource to teach students what the English in Shakespeare's day believed about the supernatural world, the divine order of the universe, and the great chain of being. This helps students understand the impact of the supernatural in Macbeth on the audience and the motivations behind Sha
INCLUDED IN:Introducing Shakespeare- Macbeth- The Complete Play- Comic StripsAre you tired of boring old comprehension questions that your students can just Google the answers to?Would you like a visual study guide that allows students to demonstrate their knowledge by summarizing scenes?This blank
This is part of the intro handouts that I use for many Shakespeare plays - especially Macbeth / King Lear. It gives a brief (but really important) overview of: -The Diving Right of Kings -The Renaissance Chain of Being -King Henry and Queen Elizabeth -Elizabethan beliefs - SUPERSTITIONS (covers wi
There are a lot of reasons why Macbeth is my favorite Shakespeare play to teach. Not only because it’s the shortest, but also because it has a lot of elements that today’s teens seem to need to be interested in anything: violence! It also has a pretty interesting history, and is still considered to
Get students excited about Shakespeare! First, they create a fun game using information provided in this pack. By creating and playing each other's games, students learn about context and language while having fun. The more they play, the more they learn!Next, students have a 'soft' introduction to
This activity pack is your one-stop-shop for prepping your students to read Shakespeare's classic play, Macbeth. This PDF document consists of 9 pages which are rich with information, exploration, and analysis for your students. After completing these activities they will most definitely be prepared
INCLUDED IN: Introducing Shakespeare: Macbeth- Act V- Comic StripsAre you tired of boring old comprehension questions that your students can just Google the answers to?Would you like a visual study guide that allows students to demonstrate their knowledge by summarizing scenes?This blank study guide
INCLUDED IN:Introducing Shakespeare: Macbeth- Act IV- Comic StripsAre you tired of boring old comprehension questions that your students can just Google the answers to?Would you like a visual study guide that allows students to demonstrate their knowledge by summarizing scenes?This blank study guide
INCLUDED IN: Introducing Shakespeare: Macbeth- Act III- Comic StripsAre you tired of boring old comprehension questions that your students can just Google the answers to?Would you like a visual study guide that allows students to demonstrate their knowledge by summarizing scenes?This blank study gui
INCLUDED IN: Introducing Shakespeare: Macbeth- Act II- Comic StripsAre you tired of boring old comprehension questions that your students can just Google the answers to?Would you like a visual study guide that allows students to demonstrate their knowledge by summarizing scenes?This blank study guid
INCLUDED IN: Introducing Shakespeare:  Macbeth- Act I Bundle- Comic StripsAre you tired of boring old comprehension questions that your students can just Google the answers to?Would you like a visual study guide that allows students to demonstrate their knowledge by summarizing scenes?This blank stu
“All hail to thee!” Welcome to this guide on Shakespeare’s Macbeth. I know that at first Shakespeare can seem a bit frightening or complicated, but don’t worry! This study guide is made in a way that will break the key aspects of the play down for you in simple, easy to learn steps - before showing
This is a PowerPoint I give on five act tragedies prior to my class reading Macbeth. During the presentation: -Students discuss the nature of what is tragic (now versus in Shakespeare's day). -They are exposed to the structure of a five act tragedy. -And they are exposed to relevant vocabulary,
INCLUDED IN MACBETH ACT II SCENE 2 COMIC STRIPThis is an addition to my Macbeth Comics. I have removed my commentary from the bottom so that students can use this as an activity to explain what is going on in each part of the scene.
INCLUDED IN MACBETH ACT III SCENE 2 COMIC STRIPThis is an addition to my Macbeth Comics. I have removed my commentary from the bottom so that students can use this as an activity to explain what is going on in each part of the scene.
INCLUDED IN MACBETH ACT I SCENE 5 COMIC STRIP!!!!This is an addition to my Macbeth Comics. I have removed my commentary from the bottom so that students can use this as an activity to explain what is going on in each part of the scene.
INCLUDED IN MACBETH ACT IV SCENE 3 COMIC STRIPThis is an addition to my Macbeth Comics. I have removed my commentary from the bottom so that students can use this as an activity to explain what is going on in each part of the scene.
INCLUDED IN MACBETH ACT III SCENE 4 COMIC STRIPThis is an addition to my Macbeth Comics. I have removed my commentary from the bottom so that students can use this as an activity to explain what is going on in each part of the scene.
INCLUDED IN MACBETH ACT IV SCENE 2 COMIC STRIPThis is an addition to my Macbeth Comics. I have removed my commentary from the bottom so that students can use this as an activity to explain what is going on in each part of the scene.
INCLUDED IN MACBETH ACT III SCENE 3 COMIC STRIPThis is an addition to my Macbeth Comics. I have removed my commentary from the bottom so that students can use this as an activity to explain what is going on in each part of the scene.
INCLUDED IN MACBETH ACT III SCENES 5 & 6 COMIC STRIPThis is an addition to my Macbeth Comics. I have removed my commentary from the bottom so that students can use this as an activity to explain what is going on in each part of the scene.
INCLUDED IN MACBETH ACT II SCENE 4 COMIC STRIPThis is an addition to my Macbeth Comics. I have removed my commentary from the bottom so that students can use this as an activity to explain what is going on in each part of the scene.

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