Macbeth Common-Core Aligned Activity Bundle With Asessments and Graphic Organizer
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Tired of students saying they don''''t understand Shakespeare?
Most students believe that Shakespeare is too difficult. Fret no more. Simply Novel helps dispel the myth! In this day of standards-based learning, this program provides the foundation needed when reading.
Bloom''''s Taxonomy helps to close the learning gaps and allows quality time to analyze complex elements. Post-activities and graphic organizers give students opportunities to demonstrate proficiency. With Simply Novel, the something wicked this way comes is simply, here comes the evil Macbeth!!
Classroom tested, student approved!
Simply Novel''''s Macbeth CD includes 103 slides, which take you into, through and beyond William Shakespeare''''s shortest tragedy.
- Introduce and Identify the Author of Macbeth
- Examine Historical Events
- Examine the Globe Theater
- Identify Elements of a Shakespearean Play
- Distinguish the Play''''s Genre
- Identify Themes of Macbeth
- Identify the Settings in the Play
- Identify Literary Elements
- Examine the Structure of a Shakespearean Tragedy
- Identify the characters in the Story
- Identify and Prepare for the Essay Prompt
- Read and Interpret the Play
- Demonstrate and Apply Knowledge
Simply Novel''''s Macbeth Graphic Organizers includes 12 pages of reproducible graphic organizers to support the Simply Novel Macbeth Shakespeare Unit, or simply use them on their own!
- KWL Chart
- Write Away! Essay Prompt
- Summarize This! (act and scene summary handout)
- Macbeth''''s Murderous Ambitions Quote Diary (supports the writing activity)
- Identifying Characters in Macbeth Graphic Organizer
- Cloze Paragraph Activity (with answer key)
- Scrambled Storyline Activity (with answer key)
These activities take students into, through and beyond the tale support the teaching of the play. It even includes a writing activity!
With Simply Novel''''s Macbeth Graphic Organizers it is easy to see to whom Shakespeare was referring when he wrote. "By the pricking of my thumb, something wicked this way comes!"