Macbeth Shakespeare Tableau A fun and easy way to wrap up any play or novel! I plan to make a blog post about this soon, so that I can share more about this! Each student received a color version of their act! #wouldbebetterincolor #shakespeare #novelstud
Macbeth bumper stickers! I have some really creative students! We are nearing the end of the play. The students completed this activity after reading Act 4. #teachersfollowteachers #macbeth #shakespeare #teachersofinstagram #secondaryenglish #iteachtoo
Lady Macbeth brand floor cleaner. A meme created parodying Lady Macbeth's quote of "Out, damned spot". Lady Macbeth was referring to imagined blood on her hands, and kept washing and washing them. The meme is saying that your floor will be so clean after using the cleaner you will begin to imagine dirty spots. One of the many examples of how Shakespeare and his characters' quotes have entered into modern culture. - Michael Meaney http://cheezburger.com/5966115072
WORLD HISTORY & LIT: PBS William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" The play is online at PBS.org ( Patrick Stewart ) & Curriculum Guide, too. We also used the Macbeth study guide found in the ABEKA's English Literature teacher's manual- http://www.abeka.com/ABekaOnline/BookDescription.aspx?sbn=86029
Macbeth ~ Educator's Guide | Great Performances | PBS
Use Post-It notes to have students write how they view a character. You can repeat the prompt numerous times through out the text, as students evaluate how the character has changed. This activity worked wonderfully with Macbeth
Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, To the last syllable of recorded time; And all our yesterdays have lighted fools The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle! Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player, That struts and frets his hour upon the stage, And then is heard no more. It is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing. #macbeth, #wordle.net
Biography: King Macbeth/King of Scotland, born c.1005 and passed August 15,1057 at battle of Lumphanan by Malcom III. Shakespeare is actually historically innacurate about Macbeth, because in reality Macbeth was a good king to his citizens.