Poetic Terms | English Literacy Educational School Posters
The Poetic Terms poster is ideal for classroom walls and school hallways. The large A1 size makes the bright and informative chart highly readable from a distance, complementing every learning environment.
Macbeth: Dramatis Personae — Good Tickle Brain
It's been a while since I did my last scene-by-scene retelling of an entire Shakespeare play. What with the Michael Fassbender film making ripples in the popular consciousness, I thought it might be a good time to tackle.... MACBETH!!! <<insert ominous roll of thunder>&a
Macbeth Main Characters | English Literature Educational Posters
The Macbeth Main Characters poster is ideal for classroom walls and school hallways. The large A1 size makes the bright and informative chart highly readable from a distance, complementing every learning environment.
Key plot detail - Plot summary - GCSE English Literature Revision - BBC Bitesize
Revise and learn about the plot of William Shakespeare's play Macbeth with BBC Bitesize GCSE English Literature.
Macbeth: One Page Summary — Good Tickle Brain
20 weeks later and "A Stick Figure Macbeth" has finally come to an end. In case you're just joining me, here's what happened during the past 20 weeks:
Macbeth Interactive Games & Activities
Bring life to Shakespeare with six different activities and games, designed to get your students thinking, moving and having fun!Students can demonstrate their knowledge of Macbeth and get their creative juices flowing. The activities can be used at several points in the play and take about 30 minu...
Macbeth Poster 1 by The--Procrastinator on DeviantArt
Classes assigment. Poster for the theatrical play. One of three variations. Suggestions concerning layout and font, are welcome. EDIT: Changed the quote... Macbeth Poster 1
Macbeth’s downfall is his increasingly brutal murders (of Duncan’s servants, Banquo, Lady Macduff and her son). Macbeth’s second meeting with the witches foresee's Macbeth’s downfall when he has his final confrontation with Macduff and the opposing armies.
Macbeth paraphrase and sequence activity | Teaching Resources
There are two sets of 11 boxes with a short paragraph. In pairs, the students discuss which of each pair is the best paragraph and why. They can 'mix and match' and create their own version. Next, they match the 11 paragraphs up to the pictures and put them in sequence to tell the basic storyline. I have taken the box layout and pictures from the internet.