When my wife, Lady Educabana, told me I could sell some of her lessons, I had no idea this one existed. I started to put a few things together, looked them up online to make sure they were original, and then it started to hit me that she created a completely original 75+ page unit for Macbeth.
I'll go over a few highlights. The castle assignment is cool because she had visited some castles, but you can look them up online just as easily, and students make a brochure and present to the class. You get some Globe Theatre Virtual Tour assignments that have a broken link, though you can just have students copy and paste the questions as they are asked. You'll get questions, quizzes, and answers for each Act, plus an insane study guide with answers...I never found answers to study guides when I taught, but my wife took the time to create the whole thing, which is nice for any kind of special education notes you need to hand out. Then there's a unit test and even a RAFT writing assignment (two versions).
Along with all that, you get a vocabulary lesson, a Scotland, PA assignment (in case you show the film), plus a Globe and Shakespeare in London quiz.
I never even knew she had this unit sitting in the house. I always avoided teaching Macbeth, but if I'd known I had access to all this, I probably would have taught it, as long as I wasn't replacing Merchant or Hamlet.