Make your Macbeth Unit dynamic with this creative co-operative learning project. My “3-D Scene Analysis” allows the student to pick apart a scene from Shakespeare, isolate significant literary elements, and present them in an engaging way. The activity is standards based and it will lead the student
Is your Macbeth unit as dusty as a dried up old skull ? Spice it up with this creative criminal investigation of the murder that occurs in this tragic Shakespearean drama. Your students will become the investigative team as they search for textual evidence to build a criminal case.
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Learning stations are the perfect way to review the ideas and structure of the drama. With a little preparation and careful instructions, students can rotate through several drama based activities with simply a “rotate” from the teacher every 9-10 minutes.
You get 10 literacy stations based on Sha
I've created 9 coloring pages that feature significant quotes from William Shakespeare's Macbeth. Use these posters as essay starters, test review, project ideas, constructed response details, or decorations for your classrooms. My students find the coloring very relaxing.
I have created four pages of graphic organizers that will lead your students through the most important aspects of Macbeth. As you begin to read, they may begin to annotate, isolate, and document the most important literary aspects of this Shakespearean drama. The graphic organizers allow them to sk