Reflection: Grappling with Complexity MACBETH Day Four: Act II, Scene iv to Act III, Scene iii - Section 3: All-Class Reading and Discussion

 

I think it is important to help students learn how to interpret complex text.  I use the discussion highlights to frame our exploration of these scenes, going beyond literal comprehension.  I find that although students already go back to the text for clarification, they must also learn to see trends and central ideas in complex texts.

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  Grappling with Complexity: All-Class Reading and Discussion
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MACBETH Day Four: Act II, Scene iv to Act III, Scene iii

Unit 7: MACBETH
Lesson 4 of 14

Objective: SWBAT understand the impact of author's choices through collaborative discussion and writing.

Big Idea: "What's done is done." Act III, Scene ii

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