This guide goes along with John Green's (yes, that John Green) Crash Course Literature videos for Shakespeare's, "Macbeth." It is designed to help students make sense and organize fast-talking John Green's ideas about Shakespeare's complicated anti-hero.
The guide is organized in the Cornell Notes format, with a vocabulary, questions, and summary section. The answer key includes suggested vocab words with definitions, answers to questions, and an example summary.
This guide is perfect for homework, in-class viewing, or review! These are great videos to engage and entertain students, while also introducing valuable insights about gender, evil, and predestination in the play.
Click here to watch the episodes about "Macbeth" (409 & 410) on YouTube.
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