In this assignment students will complete a close reading of the witches' spell in Act IV Scene I of Macbeth. They will think creatively about symbolism in the play. They will also create their own spells in which they will use symbolism to relate
In this assignment students will use passages from Machiavelli's The Prince to analyze the character of Macbeth. Passages from The Prince are paired with specific questions to help students better understand Macbeth and his actions.
Have students look at Transcendentalist ideas with new eyes: those of Parks and Recreation character Ron Swanson. In this activity, students will match a quote from Ron Swanson to one from a Transcendentalist. It's a fun way for them to think
Lots of my students enjoy the comedy show Key and Peele. This is a take on one of their skits: Luther the Anger Translator. Students will analyze the dialogue between Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, and others in Act 2 of Macbeth. Students can then act out
This product contains the Nevill Coghill translation of the General Prologue and guided reading questions.The questions are designed to provide students with the framework necessary to analyze and understand the complex characters created by
Students will use inferences made while reading Beowulf to help them create a guide to Anglo-Saxon living. A fun and creative way to see what students learned. Can be completed independently or in groups.