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Advanced Placement inEnglish Literature and CompositionIndividual Learning PacketTeaching UnitMacbethby: William ShakespeareCopyright © 2003 by Prestwick House Inc., P.O. Box 246, Cheswold, DE19936.1-800-932-4593.Permission to copy this unit forclassroom use is extended to purchaser for his or her personal use.This material,in whole or part, may not be copied for resale.ISBN1-58049-472-2Reorder No. AP4722
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MacbethObjectivesBy the end of this unit, the student will be able to:1.analyze the characters of Macbeth, Banquo, and Lady Macbeth and their relationships toeach other.2.trace the development of Macbeth’s character from his first mention in the play until his last,noting how and why he changes.3.trace the mental and emotional make-up of Lady Macbeth from the first time she appearsuntil her death.4.discuss the techniques Shakespeare uses to convey character and character relationships tohis audience.5.discuss the dramatic development of the play in terms of exposition, conflict, climax,resolution.6.analyze the importance of literary elements like dramatic irony and foreshadowing on thedevelopment of the play.7.discuss the frequent references to children in the play as characters, symbols, and elements ofa metaphor.8.analyze Shakespeare’s use of language (verse, prose, rhythm, rhyme) and its importance insetting mood and establishing character.9.identify and analyze the use of comic relief.10. define by example the termstragedy,andtragic hero.11. respond to multiple choice questions similar to those that will appear on the AdvancedPlacement in English Literature and Composition exam.12. respond to writing prompts similar to those that will appear on the Advanced Placement inEnglish Literature and Composition exam.13.offer a close reading ofMacbethand support all assertions and interpretations with directevidence from the text, from authoritative critical knowledge of the genre, or from authoritativecriticism of the play.
MacbethLectureI. Shakespeare and His TimesWhen William Shakespeare (1564-1616) was born in Stratford-on-Avon, England, QueenElizabeth I was the ruling monarch. It was a time of national strength and wealth, and theprevailing attitude was that life was exciting. It was an age of exploration, not only of the worldbut also of man’s nature and the English language. Shakespeare’s time was also considered theEnglish Renaissance of 1500-1650. Some ideas that characterized this period that are importantto this play are:1.Humans had potential for development.2.The idea of medieval Christianity, that this world is a preparation for eternal life, wasquestioned. Instead, people began to see everyday life as meaningful and anopportunity for noble activity.3.This was a time for heroes. The ideal Elizabethan man was a talented courtier,adventurer, fencer, poet, and conversationalist. He was a witty and eloquentgentleman who examined his own nature and the causes of his actions.

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