Reflection: Student Ownership MACBETH Day One: Background and Banquo's Murder (Act III, Scene iii) - Section 5: Ticket Out and Debriefing

 

This activity makes student ownership a must.  Students grapple with a portion of the text without any background information and must interpret what is happening in the scene and predict what may lead up to it. They revisit the scene in the text for clarification while completing the ticket out, reinforcing a critical reading strategy we have used since the beginning of the school year.

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MACBETH Day One: Background and Banquo's Murder (Act III, Scene iii)

Unit 7: MACBETH
Lesson 1 of 14

Objective: SWBAT articulate understanding of background on Shakespearean tragedy and plot development for Act III, Scene iii of MACBETH through writing and discussion.

Big Idea: Readers can learn about Shakespeare's characters by what they say, what they do, and what others say about them.

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