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IGCSE Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 1 ("To Be Thus is Nothing") + ANSWERS

IGCSE Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 1 ("To Be Thus is Nothing") + ANSWERS
IGCSE Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 1 ("To Be Thus is Nothing") + ANSWERS
IGCSE Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 1 ("To Be Thus is Nothing") + ANSWERS
IGCSE Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 1 ("To Be Thus is Nothing") + ANSWERS
IGCSE Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 1 ("To Be Thus is Nothing") + ANSWERS
IGCSE Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 1 ("To Be Thus is Nothing") + ANSWERS
IGCSE Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 1 ("To Be Thus is Nothing") + ANSWERS
IGCSE Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 1 ("To Be Thus is Nothing") + ANSWERS
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This FREE print-and-use lesson worksheet is part of my teaching unit for Shakespeare’s Macbeth. It focuses specifically on Act 3, Scene 1 of the play, with a particular focus on Macbeth’s fourth soliloquy (“To be thus is nothing, but to be safely thus.”). The worksheets include:

  1. Comprehension Questions for Act 3, Scene 1 of Macbeth
  2. Shakespeare in Context: Information Text about soliloquies, with a particular focus on their role in Macbeth.
  3. Close Reading & Extract Analysis Activity: This activity guides through a sample extract analysis question (the “To be thus is nothing” soliloquy), and can be used as IGCSE or even IB exam practice, or can be used simply as an excellent close reading activity.
  4. MODEL ANSWERS for all the questions + activities as well as a teacher’s guide and further in-depth analysis and commentary of the relevant lines from Act 3, Scene 1.

This worksheet, as indeed all of my Macbeth handouts and activities are specifically designed to be read at IGCSE level or in preparation for the IGCSE English Literature exams. But they can be used independent of these exams and the IGCSE curriculum, too, of course!

The level is certainly also high enough to be used if you have made Macbeth one of the set texts for your IB English A: Literature or English A: Langauge & Literature course.

Enjoy, and please leave feedback!

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