Students with Candles Representing Props - Section 5: Presenting the "Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow" Soliloquies

 
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What's Your Sentence? "Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow"? Introducing "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare

Unit 8: Oh, Horror! Horror! Horror! "The Tragedy of Macbeth"
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Objective: SWBAT reflect on the life they each want to live by looking into the future, imaging their lives as though each has come to the end, and composing a sentence based on the "What's Your Sentence?" project.

Big Idea: "Tomorrow creeps in...from day to day," so we need a sentence to guide us into the future.

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English / Language Arts, Shakespeare, Classics (Literature), Dramatic Arts, Performance Pedagogy, Folger Shakespeare Library, Macbeth, Daniel Pink, One Sentence Project, literarture
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