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1 In Class Collect CSAP Re-writes Viewing Macbeth Act One & collect notes Return Macbeth Act One Quiz Read through Macbeth Act Two: Scene One English 10 – Monday Week Five Homework Deep, Deep Questions Add-On Passage (Quotation and Speaker) Paraphrase Explain relevance to Deep, Deep Question

2 Homework Deep, Deep Questions Add-On Passage (Quotation and Speaker) Captain: For brave Macbeth (well he deserves that name), / Disdaining Fortune, with his brandished steel, / Which smoked with bloody execution, / Like valors minion, carved out his passage / Till he faced the slave... ( ) Paraphrase In spite of our troops bad luck, brave Macbeth carved out his way with his executioners sword through the ranks of rebel soldiers until he faced the traitor who led the revolt. The captain reports to King Duncan that Macbeth fought fiercely to spill the blood of the traitors who rebelled against Duncan and Scotland. Explain relevance to Deep, Deep Question In the passage, the loyal Scottish captain is bloody because of the rebels uprising. Because of his bravery, fierceness, and loyalty, Macbeth makes the rebels bloody. In this instance Macbeth shows the reader that he controls his own destiny by fighting for his beliefs and killing the traitors so that they do not kill him. English 10 – Monday Week Five

3 In Class FOCUS: Its not Macbeths fault. – Sympathetic or Condemning? Read through Macbeth Act Two Summaries Youre the crazy reporter: Whats your view? Viewing Macbeth Act Two: Scene One Acting Companies & Expectations English 10 – Tuesday Week Five Homework Read through your part of the text Find 4 quotes from Act Two (3 Questions) –Friday Vocabulary Quiz on Friday

4 Acting Companies 2.1 :Group One Dylan, Aaron, Michelle, Jake, Rachel, George 2.2 : Group Two John, Sam, Emma, Meghan, Nile, Nowlan Group Three Allie, Alena, Elizabeth, Allison, Lia, Macy Group Four Brian, Mark, Katie, Nicole, Kaleigh, Jamie 2.4Group Five Ellen, Shay, Jeni, Annie, Adam, April, Vickie English 10 – Tuesday Week Five

5 In Class FOCUS: : Its not Macbeths fault. – Sympathetic or Condemning? Was it Murder – Video LinkVideo Link Acting Company Brainstorming: Mascot anyone? Complete acting preparation sheet English 10 – Wednesday Week Five Homework Research ways of portraying Macbeth Act Two Expand your Deep, Deep Questions - Friday Vocabulary Quiz ~ Friday

6 Expanding Your Deep, Deep Questions Four quotes from Act Two: Two quotes / D,D Q Passage (Quotation and Speaker) Captain: For brave Macbeth (well he deserves that name), / Disdaining Fortune, with his brandished steel, / Which smoked with bloody execution, / Like valors minion, carved out his passage / Till he faced the slave... ( ) Paraphrase In spite of our troops bad luck, brave Macbeth carved out his way with his executioners sword through the ranks of rebel soldiers until he faced the traitor who led the revolt. The captain reports to King Duncan that Macbeth fought fiercely to spill the blood of the traitors who rebelled against Duncan and Scotland. Explain relevance to Deep, Deep Question In the passage, the loyal Scottish captain is bloody because of the rebels uprising. Because of his bravery, fierceness, and loyalty, Macbeth makes the rebels bloody. In this instance Macbeth shows the reader that he controls his own destiny by fighting for his beliefs and killing the traitors so that they do not kill him.

7 Acting Companies Options for Act 2 Performance Options Your group needs to settle on one of the following options for presenting your assigned lines: Dramatic performance (must be performed in front of the class with music, props, backdrop, and costumes) Puppet show (Your reading must be dramatic; you must create puppets and backdrops) Interpretive dance (Some one reads the lines dramatically as you interpret them through dance moves)

8 Make it a musical (Turn some/all of your lines into song) Transform it into a TV show (Real World, Law and Order, Jerry Springer, etc); you must still incorporate the original lines from your assigned scene. Other ideas? Run them by Mr. Ruggles! Have FUN with thisgo all out! Now is not the time to be self-conscious; focus on entertaining your audience. Performances will take place this Monday, Feb. 9.

9 Express your wildly dramatic sides… 1.Your acting company was assigned a piece of Act Come up with a mascot / handshake / group name that suits your group best. 3. Your group will select the type of performance that suits you the best. 4. You will spend time preparing a prep sheet. 5. Finally, you will rehearse until your performance feels polished. 6. You will perform in front of the class.

10 Group Presentations Steps To Take With Your Acting Group: Assign parts: Be sure that each person in your group has a role, even if it is a silent one. Be creative! Read your scene aloud at least twice. In your notes: paraphrase your scene line by line. Write down: How will you portray Macbeth? As a sympathetic character or as a condemned character? Why? Work Through: Acting preperation sheet

11 Acting Companies 2.1 :Group One Dylan, Aaron, Michelle, Jake, Rachel, George 2.2 : Group Two John, Sam, Emma, Meghan, Nile, Nowlan Group Three Allie, Alena, Elizabeth, Allison, Lia, Macy Group Four Brian, Mark, Katie, Nicole, Kaleigh, Jamie 2.4Group Five Ellen, Shay, Jeni, Annie, Adam, April, Vickie English 10 – Wednesday Week Five

12 In Class FOCUS: Preparing for your Macbeth debut Its getting hot in here? – Drama to the stage Hand in preparation sheet & practice, practice English 10 – Thursday Week Five Homework Stage clear? Prepare for your presentation Three big questions: o One plot based (use a direct quote) o Two analytical questions (questioning ideas) Research ways of portraying Macbeth Act Two

13 In Class FOCUS: Is Macbeth all that hes cracked up to be? Vocabulary Quiz Independent reading time Stage ready?... Are you ready? Acting Company Presentations Discussion and improvements for Act 3 English 10 – Friday Week Five Homework CSAP Writing: Inspiring Words

14 In Class FOCUS: Is Macbeth all that hes cracked up to be? Acting Company Presentations Discussion and improvements for Act 3 English 10 – Monday Week Five Homework After viewing all the presentations, connect your Deep, Deep Questions with evidence from Act II.


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