Reflection: Student Ownership MACBETH Day Seven: Sorting it Out - Section 2: Poll Everywhere: Polls and Discussion

 

Student value being responsible for their own learning through authentic tasks.  I like to use poll everywhere because they can see their responses in real-time, and students tend to question one another about their responses while results are updating.  This type of activity helps students to evaluate their own interpretations against their classmates' interpretations, and it helps start discourse on central ideas in the play.

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MACBETH Day Seven: Sorting it Out

Unit 7: MACBETH
Lesson 7 of 14

Objective: SWBAT articulate their interpretations of central ideas in MACBETH and distinguish differences between multiple interpretations of the text through writing and discussion.

Big Idea: "We not only interpret the character of events... we may also interpret our interpretations." ---Kenneth Burke

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