Macbeth as a Dynamic Character (Act II, Scene i) Lesson Plan

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Macbeth as a Dynamic Character (Act II, Scene i) Lesson Plan
Macbeth as a Dynamic Character (Act II, Scene i) Lesson Plan
Macbeth as a Dynamic Character (Act II, Scene i) Lesson Plan
Macbeth as a Dynamic Character (Act II, Scene i) Lesson Plan
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This lesson plan focuses on how Macbeth develops as a dynamic character in regard to the internal conflict he experiences in murdering King Duncan. Students will work with Macbeth’s soliloquy at the beginning of Act II, Scene i as he anticipates the moment when he will kill Duncan. In studying the soliloquy, students will be better able to describe and explain Macbeth’s mental and emotional state prior to committing the heinous act that violates his conscience.

You can access a free, annotated etext of "Macbeth" here: http://bit.ly/2awriKO
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15
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1 hour

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Macbeth as a Dynamic Character (Act II, Scene i) Lesson Plan
Macbeth as a Dynamic Character (Act II, Scene i) Lesson Plan
Macbeth as a Dynamic Character (Act II, Scene i) Lesson Plan
Macbeth as a Dynamic Character (Act II, Scene i) Lesson Plan
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