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altruistic Unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others Shakespeare's Banquo is the antithesis of Macbeth; he is truly altruistic.
repose To rest; sleep, relaxation King Duncan chooses to repose at the home of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.
remiss Neglectful in performance of one’s duty; carelessness Could it be that King Duncan is remiss in his responsibility to discern Macbeth’s true character?
assent To express agreement Macbeth and Banquo assent to discuss the visitation of the witches.
temerity Rashness, boldness Is Lady Macbeth’s temerity attractive to Macbeth?
virulent Extremely poisonous; full of malice; spiteful Lady Macbeth words were as virulent as the venom of a viper!
benefactor One who does good to others Will Banquo be the benefactor as the plot progresses?
truculent Fierce and cruel; harsh, aggressive The truculent Lady Macbeth would see King Duncan dead!
pungent Causing a sharp sensation; stinging; biting The pungent thought of murdering the king frightened Macbeth.
dearth A lack, scarcity, inadequate supply Lady Macbeth did not possess a dearth of ambition; on the contrary, her virulent ambition motivated her every thought and action.
plod To trudge, walk heavily The wounded captain was seen plodding to King Duncan’s camp.
unfeigned Sincere, real, without pretense Banquo’s.
chivalrous Marked by honor, fairness, courtesy, and courage King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table pledged to be chivalrous to all.
indomitable Unconquerable, refusing to yield Although he was disabled, Jason’s athletic abilities matched his indomitable spirit.
discrepancy A difference; a lack of agreement There was a discrepancy between the what was said and what the reporter printed! National Enquirer
clemency Mercy, humaneness, mildness, moderateness The judge showed clemency toward the first-time offender. Suspended sentence!
facile Easily done or attained; superficial Getting a hole in one is certainly not a facile achievement.
diffident Shy, lacking self- confidence His posture alone exposed his diffident personality.
infallible Free from error; absolutely dependable The swimming teacher’s technique was infallible. Her students were always excellent swimmers.
embark To go aboard, to make a start This May the graduate will embark on an adventure in the Navy.
Altruistic Unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others Shakespeare's Banquo is the antithesis (opposite) of Macbeth; he is truly altruistic.
Unit 5 By: Braylon and Anna 7th Period.
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VOCABULARY UNIT 5 Level E
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Vocabulary Unit 5. Altruistic The group was altruistic with their ‘feed the poor’ program.
Vocabulary – Level E Unit 5.
Vocabulary Unit 5Word Part(s) of speech with definition for each Synonyms Antonyms A picture or sentence to help you remember what the word means and how.
Let’s review what we have read……. Macbeth by William Shakespeare.
Macbeth Act I Writing Prompt
Ambition Supernatural Violence Guilt Good vs. evil Betrayal.
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Macbeth William Shakespeare Act I Scene i Scene i: 3 witches are gathered in the woods, discussing when to meet Macbeth because they know something about.
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Expunge (vb.) (= to prick) To erase, obliterate, destroy The criminal tried to expunge all the incriminating evidence before the police arrived.
Macbeth Openings Journal or Notebook topics for brief writings. Meant to get you thinking & thinking about the play.
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For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation.
1 MacBeth by: William Shakespeare modified by: Laura Parsons
Passive Voice vs. Active Voice Passive voice places the subject after the thing being acted upon. The ball was thrown by him. Change to: He threw.
Socratic Discussion Questions
L.O To be able to improve my ability to answer analytical questions about Macbeth.
Act I scenes 4,5,6,7. At the palace, King Duncan asks Malcolm if the Thane of Cawdor's execution has taken place. Malcolm tells him that the nobleman.
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