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Macbeth Journal Entries. Act 1, Scenes 1/2 Free write for ten minutes. Use the following for ideas of what to write: – Summarize the day’s reading – Ask.

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1 Macbeth Journal Entries

2 Act 1, Scenes 1/2 Free write for ten minutes. Use the following for ideas of what to write: – Summarize the day’s reading – Ask questions about what you read – Predict what will happen next – Write your thoughts/reactions about a character or event – Write an idea or suggestion for next time

3 Act 1, Scene 3 Answer the following questions: – 1) Summarize the scene. – 2) Compare the reactions of Macbeth and Banquo when they hear the events of the scene (ie: the witches’ prophesies and Ross’ news). What do these reactions say about their chareacters?

4 Act 1, Scene 4 Paraphrase (put into your own words) lines How do these lines contrast with Macbeth’s earlier thoughts about destiny (look at pages22, 23 of the graphic novel).

5 Act 1, Scene 5 What “nature” of Macbeth’s does Lady Macbeth fear (pg. 224, line 13)? What type and how much of an influence do you think Lady MacB has on Macbeth? Use support.

6 End of Act 1 Reflection If you were to answer the argument prompt right now, what would your response be and why? Use support. Are the events of the play the result of fate/destiny or of the characters’ own actions?

7 Act 2, Scene 1 What words/phrases about the dagger does Shakespeare use to show that Macbeth believes he is fulfilling his destiny? Why do those words symbolize Macbeth’s belief?

8 Act 2, Scene 2 Rewrite the scene as a text message exchange between Lady Macbeth and Macbeth. – You may use 160 characters per message. If one person’s speech goes above that, you may have to separate it into two messages or condense it to fit the limit. – You may use emojis, and text message language (ie: lol, brb, r, u, etc.)


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