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In this Macbeth product from Bespoke ELA, students find examples of REAL WORLD Macbeth figures who have become corrupt due to their ambition.  They then write literary analysis paragraphs in which they explain their comparisons using textual evidence.  Great for any unit on Macbeth. by Bespoke ELA

Macbeth Scavenger Hunt: Making Real World Thematic Connections

In this Macbeth product from Bespoke ELA, students find examples of REAL WORLD Macbeth figures who have become corrupt due to their ambition. They then write literary analysis paragraphs in which they explain their comparisons using textual evidence.

In this Macbeth product from Bespoke ELA, students find examples of REAL WORLD Macbeth figures who have become corrupt due to their ambition.  They then write literary analysis paragraphs in which they explain their comparisons using textual evidence.

Macbeth Scavenger Hunt: Making Real World Thematic Connections

In this Macbeth product from Bespoke ELA, students find examples of REAL WORLD Macbeth figures who have become corrupt due to their ambition. They then write literary analysis paragraphs in which they explain their comparisons using textual evidence.

Macbeth Scavenger Hunt: Making Real World Thematic Connections

Macbeth Scavenger Hunt: Making Real World Thematic Connections

Macbeth Scavenger Hunt: Making Real World Thematic ConnectionsThe Bespoke ELA Classroom

Make real life connections with Macbeth

Macbeth - Activities & Assignments that Make it Real

Middle and high school English teachers: are you looking for engaging lessons and activities for teaching Macbeth? Room 213 can help you with that!

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Macbeth Scavenger Hunt: Making Real World Thematic Connections

$1.50- This activity has students making connections between Shakespeare's play Macbeth and the real world through the topic of corruption. This file contains three documents: a prewriting research and discussion activity in which students gather examples of corruption in the world followed by a definition essay assignment/ rubric wherein students explore their own definitions of corruption.

Macbeth Scavenger Hunt: Making Real World Thematic Connections

$1.50- This activity has students making connections between Shakespeare's play Macbeth and the real world through the topic of corruption. This file contains three documents: a prewriting research and discussion activity in which students gather examples of corruption in the world followed by a definition essay assignment/ rubric wherein students explore their own definitions of corruption.

the connection in the real world. richard lll can has the connection with macbeth.he killed his nephew and he calmed the rebellion of  Duke of Buckingham.

the connection in the real world. richard lll can has the connection with macbeth.he killed his nephew and he calmed the rebellion of Duke of Buckingham.

Throughout the play, Macbeth loses his touch of reality because of his certainty about what his fate is suppose to be, he refuses to think his future might turn out a different way than the witches prophesied. The witches become a reliability to Macbeth as he becomes so out of touch with the real world that he believes nothing except for the witches prophesies.

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The Kind of Book You Can’t Put Down: ‘The Tragedy Paper’ by Elizabeth LaBan

Tim Macbeth, a seventeen-year-old albino and a recent transfer to the prestigious Irving School, where the motto is “Enter here to be and find a friend.” A friend is the last thing Tim expects or w…

its not the end till its the end

its not the end till its the end

Stay Quiet

Stay Quiet

Located near the village of Glamis, in Angus, Glamis castle is one of the finest castles in Europe and appears on the back of ten pound notes issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland. It is mentioned as the castle  of Macbeth in William Shakespeare’s play, although King Macbeth (who died in 1057) had no connection with a castle built in 1372.

Located near the village of Glamis, in Angus, Glamis castle is one of the finest castles in Europe and appears on the back of ten pound notes issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland.

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