Reflection: Flexibility MACBETH Wrap-Up and "Shakespeare Uncovered" - Section 3: "Shakespeare Uncovered: MACBETH"

 

I think it's important to let students glean what is significant to them at times and to not always tell them what is significant.  Allowing them to write down their insights into Macbeth from "Shakespeare Uncovered: Macbeth" provides practice in (1) viewing and listening critically and (2) using writing to process information, something they will need for college and career readiness.

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MACBETH Wrap-Up and "Shakespeare Uncovered"

Unit 7: MACBETH
Lesson 14 of 14

Objective: SWBAT articulate and understand themes of and personal insights into MACBETH through writing and collaborative discussion.

Big Idea: "All meanings, we know, depend on the key of interpretation." ---George Eliot

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