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I.i Setting: Characters: 1 st Witch 2 nd Witch 3 rd Witch Important quotes and ideas: I.ii Setting: Characters: Duncan Malcolm Captain Lennox Ross Important quotes and ideas: I.iii Setting: Characters: 1 st Witch 2 nd Witch 3 rd Witch Macbeth Banquo Ross Angus Important quotes and ideas: I.iv Setting: Characters: Duncan Malcolm 1/7
Macbeth Banquo Important quotes and ideas: I.v Setting: Characters: Lady Macbeth Messenger Macbeth Important quotes and ideas: I.vi Setting: Characters: Duncan Banquo Lady Macbeth Important quotes and ideas: I.vii Setting: Characters: Macbeth Lady Macbeth
Important quotes and ideas: End of Act I
M ACBETH : A CT I V ISUALIZATION
The Tragedy of Macbeth, Act I Identifying Character Traits In the first act you were introduced to five key characters in the play. In the squares below, jot down a few phrases about each character. Put their names below the squares. Then draw lines between these characters and write a brief description of their relationship to each other.
The Tragedy of Macbeth, Act I The Criminal Mind When Shakespeare first shows us Macbeth, we see a hero, a man who would fight to the death for the king. Throughout Act I, Shakespeare gradually introduces the moral struggle developing in Macbeth’s mind. The evil side is threatening to overwhelm the good side by the end of the act. In each column below, write events, dialogue, or thoughts that reflect these changes in Macbeth in Act I. The Good Macbeth Neutral/Ambiguous The Evil Macbeth 1. Do you think Macbeth would have changed if the witches had not appeared? Explain. 2. Do you think most people are as susceptible to temptation as Macbeth? Explain why or why not.

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