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Macbeth a bundle of Lesson Plans for HS English

Macbeth a bundle of Lesson Plans for HS English

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This is one example of the Lesson Plans of Lonnie Jones-Taylor, a veteran English Teacher at a very competitive school in New Jersey. The school is ranked in the top 100 in the nation. She has over 200 LPs on tap at Teacherspayteacher.com
This is one example of the Lesson Plans of Lonnie Jones-Taylor, a veteran English Teacher at a very competitive school in New Jersey. The school is ranked in the top 100 in the nation. She has over 200 LPs on tap at Teacherspayteacher.com

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This MacBeth unit contains:
Macbeth Act I Essay AssignmentMacbeth Act I Figurative Language Assignment
 Macbeth
Act II Figurative Language Assignment
 Macbeth
Act III Figurative Language Assignment
 Macbeth
Act IV Figurative Language Assignment
 Macbeth
Ending Assignment
 Macbeth
Figurative Language Assignment
 Macbeth
Recitation Grade SheetMedieval Period TestMacbeth Act 1 Vocab. WordsMacbeth Act 1 Vocab. AnswersMacbeth Act 1 Scavenger HuntMacbeth Act III Scavenger HuntMacbeth Act IV Open Book QuizMacbeth Act V Scavenger HuntMacbeth Act 2 &3 Vocab. WordsMacbeth Paper on Literary Devices
 
 Name__________________________ 
 Macbeth
Act I Essay Assignment
Choose ONE question from the “For Study and Discussion” questions on page 196 in the
 Adventures in English Literature
anthology and answer in a complete paragraph. Because this is a play, when you include a quotation for support, the speaker must be identified BEFORE thequotation; also include the person(s) addressed and/or the situation or location. For example:When Lady Macbeth responds to her husband’s question about possible failure intheir plot, she is incredulous that her spouse would even think to vocalize such a thought.At this point in the play, Lady Macbeth is determined and resolute. Her unwaveringsingle-mindedness is readily apparent when Macbeth, still somewhat apprehensive, askshis wife, “If we should fail?” (I.vii.59), and Lady Macbeth replies with, “Screw your courage to the sticking-place/And we’ll not fail” (I.vii.60). Lady Macbeth next proposesher plan for her husband’s swift and opportune rise to power: murder the king and blame iton the guards.Rules of formal grammar apply.
Due Date:
Monday, May 1
st
.
Grading Criteria:
Proper page numbering format
4 line MLA heading
Title
Strong topic sentence (Give a contention, what you will prove)
Third person point of view
Present verb tense
Spellchecked, grammar-checked, proofread outloud.
At least 3 supporting details or examples
Minimum 3 quotations, properly documented: (Act.scene.lines): (I.iii.3-6)
Summarizing clincher 
 
EXTRA CREDIT: thoughtful parental comment (Back by popular demand, always acrowd pleaser!) Name ____________________ Brit Lit Mods ____/____ Due date_________________ 
 Macbeth
Act I: Figurative Language
Identify the following examples of figurative language. Some lines have more than one answer;several answers are used more than once. __________________ 1. “Fair is foul, and foul is fair.” (I.i.10) __________________ 2. “… as two spent swimmers that do cling …(I.ii.8) _________/_________ 3. “And fortune on his damnèd quarrel smiling,/Showed like a rebel’swhore.” (I.ii.8) _________/_________ 4. “… like valor’s minion…” (I.ii.20) __________________ 5. “As whence the sun ‘gins his reflection …” (I.ii.25) __________________ 6. Why is “As sparrows eagles …” not a simile? (I.ii.35) __________________ 7. “… Bellona’s bridegrooms …” (I.ii.54) __________________ 8. “What he hath lost, noble Macbeth hath won.” (I.ii.67) __________________ 9. “And munched, and munched, and munched.” (I.iii.5) __________________10. “Aroint thee, … rump-fed ronyon …” (I.iii.6) _________/_________11. “And like a rat without a tail,/I’ll do, I’ll do, and I’ll do.” (I.iii.9-10) ________/_________12. “Sleep shall neither night nor day/Hang upon his penthouse lid.”(I.iii.19-20) __________________13. “Show me, show me.” (I.iii.28) __________________14. “A drum, a drum!” (I.iii.31) __________________15. “Thrice to thine and thrice to mine.” (I.iii.35) _________/_________16. “So foul and fair a day I have not seen.” (I.iii.38) __________________17. All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, thane of Glamis!All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, thane of Cawdor!All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, that shall be king hereafter! (I.iii.31.48-50) __________________18. “… the seeds of time/And say which grain will grow …” (I.iii.58-59) __________________19. “Lesser than Macbeth, and greater./Not so happy, yet much happier.”

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