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Cornell Notes on Macbeth Act III, scene V Essential Question: Vocabulary: Questions/Main Ideas: Name: Class: English III Period: Three Date: March 13, 2018 What is the significance of Act 3 Scene 5 in Macbeth? How can students demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the main events and characters in Macbeth as they relate to the author's theme development? How do the Witches’ interactions with Macbeth advance the plot? 1. Vocabulary from Act 3.5 - 3.6: 2. contriver (n.) – one who plans, forms designs 3. 4. fatal (adj.) – causing or capable of causing death 5. borne (v.) – brought forth; given birth to 6. marry (oath) – a mild oath or curse word 7. tyrant (n.) – a ruler who uses power oppressively or unjustly 8. rue (v.) – to feel sorrow over; to regret 1. Why is Hecate angry (line 4)? Hecate is angry because she wanted to help them 2. Which of Macbeth’s previous actions confirm Hecate’s description? Macbeth’s previous actions that confirm Hecate’s description is that Macbeth killed Banquo and Duncan.
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