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Table of Contents, Manifestations of Macbeth, A unit plan on Macbeth with a focus on approaches to the play. in other places times and mediums, Page Numbers, Part A Rationale 1. Part B Prescribed Learning Outcomes from IRPs 2, Part C Alternate Activities 3. Part D Lesson Plans 4 19, Lesson 1 Shakespeare 101. Lesson 2 Introducing Macbeth, Lesson 3 Of Witches Act I Scene i.
Lesson 4 All hail Macbeth that shalt be King hereafter Act I Scenes ii iii. Lesson 5 Dramatic Irony The Macbeths Act I Scenes iv v. Lesson 6 If it were done Act I Scenes vi vii, Lesson 7 Daggers of the Mind Act II Scene i. Lesson 8 Macbeth shall sleep no more Act II Scene ii. Lesson 9 Disorder in the Great Chain of Being Act II Scenes iii iv. Lesson 10 Review by Creating a Sociogram Act III Scenes i iii. Lesson 11 Macbeth and Opera Act III Scene iv, Lesson 12 Act III Scenes v vi. Lesson 13 Double double toil and trouble Act IV Scene i. Lesson 14 He has killed me mother Act IV Scenes ii iii. Lesson 15 Integrating and Citing Quotes, Lesson 16 Out damned spot Act V Scene i. Lesson 17 Act V Scenes ii v, Lesson 18 Act V Scenes vi viii. Lesson 19 Wrap up activities, Lesson 20 Wrap up activities.
Lesson 21 Wrap up activities, Part E Student Package 20 25. Breakdown of Marks, Study Questions for Act I, Midterm Essay. Be Partners in Greatness Group Assignments, Suggestions for Final Group Projects. Proposal for Final Group Projects, Part F Quizzes 26 28. Act I Review quiz, Act III Homework Check, Answer Keys.
Part G Helpful Resources Including Works Cited 29 31. Part F Appendices no page numbers, Handouts and Pictures from Lessons. Extra Material crosswords poems articles and essays pertaining to Macbeth. Manifestations of Macbeth, A unit plan on Macbeth with a focus on approaches to the play. in other places times and mediums, Grade Level 11, Duration 7 weeks 21 lessons 60 minutes per lesson 3 classes a week. Global Rationale, One of the most interesting aspects of studying a Shakespeare play is to. compare and contrast different treatments of the text in different places times and. mediums drama film music painting comic books and animation In this unit the. class as they carefully study Macbeth will examine different manifestations of the play. I will take this angle in teaching the play for many reasons First I want to use a variety. of media to keep the unit fresh and exciting and to scaffold the students learning in. different ways Secondly I want to show the students that there are many. interpretations of this play and many ways to present it Therefore they will be. encouraged to be creative in developing their own valid interpretations of the play. Thirdly in examining these different manifestations of Macbeth we will discuss the. conventions of different art forms and how these conventions affect the presentation of. the play Finally I want to show them that Shakespeare is all around us Shakespeare. permeates every facet of our lives perhaps without our even knowing it there are. constant allusions to Shakespeare and his plays in popular culture and the situations. that he writes about parallel those that occur in our daily lives Thus I will relate. Shakespeare to the students everyday lives Perhaps through this process students. will be able to answer the question Why the preoccupation with Shakespeare. In this unit we will be engaging in a variety of activities that should serve to. develop the students abilities in literary analysis written composition verbal. communication and social interaction Students will be encouraged to connect what we. do in class with their own lives Students will also be challenged to think about Macbeth. in terms of performance rather than just a written text. I use a wide variety of activities and assignments in this unit to try as much as. possible to meet the needs of all learners and to develop the unique talents of my. students The unit begins with my supporting to a great extent the student s. understanding of the play The students will be given study questions to answer for Act. I and we will read the first few acts together in class As the unit progresses students. will become more responsible for their own learning Ideally their development will. climax when they present their final group projects My hope is that this unit will promote. maximum learning and success for all my students My plan is for my students to. develop skills they can take with them once they have left school learning. independently solving problems and working with others They will also learn that there. is more than one way to approach a problem more than one way to see a situation. The line numbers used in this unit plan are based on the Signet Classic version of. Prescribed Learning Outcomes, My global objectives are included in my rationale Some of the PLOs from the BC.
Ministry IRPs for Grade 11 Language Arts that this unit plan will meet are listed below. Many of them are mentioned in my individual lesson plans. Students will, consciously use and evaluate a wide variety of strategies before during and. after reading viewing and listening to increase their comprehension and recall. explain the effects of a variety of literary devices and techniques including. figurative language symbolism parody and irony, demonstrate an understanding of the main ideas events or themes of a variety. of increasingly complex novels dramas stories poetry other print material and. electronic media, organize details and information that they have read heard or viewed using a. variety of written or graphic forms, develop coherent and plausible interpretations of abstract complex or. specialized materials, interpret details and subtleties to clarify gaps or ambiguities in written oral or.
visual works, interpret details in and draw conclusions from the information presented in a. variety of graphic formats including illustrations maps charts and graphs. make connections between the ideas and information presented in literary and. mass media works and their own experiences, demonstrate a willingness to take a tentative stance tolerate ambiguity explore. multiple perspectives and consider more than one interpretation. support their opinions or respond to questions and tasks about the works they. have read or viewed, analyse the relationship between the medium and the message. compare and analyse different presentations of the same ideas and issues. use appropriate formats and documentation to present information from a variety. of sources, adjust their form style tone and language to suit specific audiences and. create a variety of communications using different tones and voices to evoke. emotions influence persuade and entertain, compare and analyse different presentations of the same ideas and issues.
evaluate and adjust their own roles to align with the group s purpose. apply a variety of strategies including diplomacy and compromise to solve. problems and achieve group goals, communicate to clarify their ideas understanding and opinions. demonstrate an openness to the divergent ideas and opinions expressed by. classmates and others, Alternate Activities, Here are some suggestions for activities that I just could not fit into this unit plan. Animated Macbeth Watch an animated version of the play and critique it. Macbeth Murder Trial This is set up like a debate Pretend that Macbeth survives. and is put on trial for the Murder of Duncan Banquo and Macduff s family If he is. found guilty of first degree murder he will be beheaded What can Macbeth say in. his defence Which witnesses can the defense or prosecution bring in Divide the. class into defense attorneys and prosecuting attorneys Perhaps you can do this in. front of another class and they can be the judge and jury This would be a good. review exercise for the play but would involve a lot of planning. Alter Ego Exercise Have the students perform scenes with two people playing the. same character One speaks the lines in the play and the other speaks the. character s real thoughts This would be great in the scenes with Duncan in the. beginning of the play, Lady Macbeth s Trip Down Memory Lane Sleepwalking Scene. Lady Macbeth echoes other parts of the play as she speaks in her sleepwalking. state Ask the students to find these parts of the play This can be done as a game. with the winning team finishing the fastest, Modernize the Play Have the students translate scenes to modern contexts. Shakespeare in Love Watch a bit of this movie to get a feel for Shakespeare s life. Interviews Have students interview characters who were involved in the same. scene after the fact This can be done right after a scene is performed by the. students The actors can stay in their roles as they answer questions from the. Stop Freeze While students are performing a scene the audience can yell out. Stop Freeze The actors freeze and the audience can ask any of the characters. on stage to tell them what they are thinking, Casting Ask students to brainstorm who they would want to play the key roles in.
their film version of Macbeth They must justify their choices. Insults Have students play with Shakespeare s language by shouting. Shakespearean insults at each other for fun, Common Sayings We quote Shakespeare all the time without knowing it Show. the students which of our common expressions came straight from the Bard i e. What s done is done, Independent Study Get groups of students to collect information on certain topics. and then do a jigsaw activity wherein they teach others in their new group what they. learned in their original groups, What if Scenes Have students perform scenes in which they change the events in. the play What if Duncan got food poisoning and went home before Macbeth could. kill him What if Fleance was killed, Add Scenes Add scenes that are not found in the original text. Lesson 1 Shakespeare 101, Objectives, SWBAT understand my expectations for the classroom.
SWBAT understand my expectations for the unit, SWBAT recall their knowledge of and feelings about Shakespeare. and Macbeth, SWBAT interpret details in and draw conclusions from the information. presented in a variety of graphic formats including illustrations maps charts. and graphs PLO, SWBAT use efficient note making and note taking strategies PLO. SWBAT feel comfortable with their new teacher me, Video Shakespeare Tragedies Origins and Style Standard Deviants. Handouts Family Tree of the real Macbeth The Globe Theatre A map of. Macbeth s Scotland, Pictures put on overheads and memorabilia from my travels to England and.
Scotland Included are photos postcards and maps from Stratford Upon. Avon pictures of castles in general and pictures of me in the New Globe. Theatre in London, Introduction, I will introduce myself and the units that I will be teaching them I will reveal. and elaborate on my expectations 5 minutes, I will lead students in a brainstorming activity on the board to gather what. they already know about Shakespeare and Macbeth I will write the word. Shakespeare on the board and ask for words they associate with it I will do. the same with Macbeth 5 minutes, I will then play the video Students will write down 5 key points which they. did not know before from the video These will be collected 18 minutes. I will distribute the handouts and discuss them briefly 10 minutes. I will distribute the unit syllabus and go over it carefully At this time I will tell. them about the focus of this unit examining the different manifestations of. Macbeth 10 minutes, I will divide the class into 5 groups These groups should sit close together in. class as we do this unit 2 minutes, I will share my pictures and stories of my trips to England 8 minutes.
I will summarize key points to remember about Shakespeare s life and the play. Macbeth I will summarize my expectations from the class 2 minutes. Assessment, I will gage how comfortable the students are with me by paying attention to body. language facial expressions and participation in the discussions I will check that they. understand my expectations by asking them if they have any questions Do they seem. interested in the unit I will collect their notes and give them completion marks. Lesson 2 Introducing Macbeth, Objectives, SWBAT describe the main characters and the plot of Macbeth. SWBAT use the language of the play on a small scale. SWBAT dramatize the events of the play on a small scale. SWBAT predict the events of the play, SWBAT respond generally to the play. SWBAT communicate to clarify their ideas understanding and opinions. Handouts 8 for The 32 second Macbeth from Teaching Shakespeare at the. Folger Library, Video Shakespeare Tragedies King Lear Macbeth Othello Standard. Macbeth textbooks, The 32 second Macbeth, Ask for 8 volunteers to do the 32 second Macbeth Give each of them a copy.
of the play Tell them to read their lines and do what the script asks Time. them to see if they can finish the play in less than 32 seconds 8. Ask for another 8 volunteers Can they beat the time of the first group 5. Have a short discussion about the lines in the 32 second Macbeth These. are actual lines from the play Ask for suggestions as to what happens in the. full length version of the play What is the mood of the play 5. Video Shakespeare Tragedies King Lear Macbeth Othello Standard Deviants. Lesson 2 Introducing Macbeth Lesson 3 Of Witches Act I Scene i Lesson 4 All hail Macbeth that shalt be King hereafter Act I Scenes ii iii Lesson 5 Dramatic Irony The Macbeths Act I Scenes iv v Lesson 6 If it were done Act I Scenes vi vii Lesson 7 Daggers of the Mind Act II Scene i Lesson 8 Macbeth shall sleep no more Act II Scene ii Lesson 9

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