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Unformatted text preview: PreIB 10: World Literature and Composition
Tuesday, October 20th Tuesday, October 20th Today's Objectives: Students will become familiar with various themes presented in Macbeth. Students will begin to annotate for various themes in preparation for a thematic presentation. Students will practice reading with oral fluency to demonstrate understanding of character actions, motivations, and plot. Tuesday, October 20th Today's Agenda: Collect Dante Journals Theme Presentation explanation and theme annotation choices Begin Reading Act I Note to Absent Students Read Act 1 You will need to see me to sign up for a theme to annotate for. Tuesday, October 20th Themes for annotation in Macbeth: Ambition Evil Order and Disorder Appearance vs. Reality Equivocation Violence and Tyranny Guilt and Conscience Gender Roles Take a few minutes and review each of these themes. Then on a note card, write your name and the top three themes you are interested in tracking. Today's Cast Act 1, Scene 1: First Witch Second Witch Third Witch Duncan Malcolm Captain Lennox Ross Act 1, Scene 3: Act 1, Scene 2: First Witch Second Witch Third Witch Macbeth Banquo Ross Angus Duncan Malcolm Macbeth Banquo Act 1, Scene 4: Tuesday, October 20th Homework for Tonight Finish Reading Act 1 (p. 335) QUIZ TOMORROW! (See next slide for study tips!) Study tips for Quiz 1 Pay attention to the many titles Macbeth holds. Why does he have so many in this first act? Look closely at the interaction between the witches, Macbeth, and Banquo. Who is told what? Why is this important? How does Macbeth react to the witches' prophesy? How is Banquo's reaction different? What happens following Macbeth's naming as Thane of Cawdor? What is King Duncan's role in this? What is Lady Macbeth's reaction to the prophesy? What does she do? Monday, October 19th On Deck for Block Day Act 1 Quiz Writing Invitation Tea Party!! (Come prepared... beware of allergies!) Begin reading Act 2 ...
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