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The focus of this breakout is both Shakespeare’s Macbeth and the historical Macbeth. The activities in this breakout game are designed to help students compare and contrast the Shakespearean characters with their historical counterparts.
You can use physical locks and a lock box or digital forms on a Google Form with this game. (You will need to create a form if you wish to do it digitally. See a free tutorial here!
) This purchase includes:
*A detailed document outlining each clue card, setup, and running the game
*An answer sheet for students
*An editable Google Slides document for all of the clue cards
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*Breakout games involve additional setup such as printing clues, color coding clues (if you let students work in teams), and in some cases writing on supplemental files with invisible ink
*Supplies needed for this game include invisible ink pens, black light flashlights, and QR Readers
*If you purchase this breakout and are not able to get all of the supplies, please get in touch with me. I can help you create alternate ways to present the clue to students if needed.
*Most of these games involve clues that have a uniform answer, regardless of where the game is played. However, some games involve numbers such as pages in a dictionary or atlas. In these cases, the explanation document will tell you that you need to customize the answer based on your resources.
*Please try the game at least one day before you would like to try it with your students and get in touch with me if you have any questions. I usually respond to emails within a few hours. Try it out beforehand to ensure that you completely understand how each clue can be solved.
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