Macbeth - Shakespeare's most appealing villain? This complete unit will help you fall in love with Macbeth all over again. This bundle contains over 340+ slides and 60+ worksheets to help you and your students analyze, explore, discuss and write on Macbeth. Cover every Common Core Standard using this set through: detailed analysis of Shakespeare’s language, imagery, structure, themes and ideas. Explore Shakespeare’s most famous characters and most controversial events. Put the play in…
This is a comprehensive collection of 8 resources on Macbeth. The folder contains: 1. A set of questions/ test on the play – 5 pages 2. A multiple choice quiz – 25 questions 3. A quotation identification activity – 35 quotes 4. A study guide with questions on each Act – 12 pages 5. A work booklet with various activities – 26 pages 6. A set of notes on the themes in Macbeth 7. A PowerPoint Overview – 12 slides (good as an introduction) 8. A PowerPoint Summary – 24 slides.
FREE!-- This chart contains key themes from the play Macbeth followed by space for students to list three quotations that support each theme. This is a fantastic activity for literature circle discussions as well as a pre-writing activity in preparation for a Macbeth theme essay.
Both ambition and fate are major themes in Macbeth. Many characters such as Macbeth and Lady Macbeth displayed a sense of ambition throughout the play. The weird sisters were able to tell Macbeth what his fate is and the play mainly revolves around his fate which caused an ongoing issue of taking Duncan's place.
A major theme in The Taming of the Shrew is transformation. There are various examples of it such as physical disguise, changes in attitude and behavior, and psychological changes. Lucentio disguises himself as a tutor and Tranio his servant dresses up as him to fulfill his duties. Kate transforms from a shrew into an obedient wife and her whole mind set changes.