Annotations:-explain the text better.-Have a question about the text.-Definitions-Explain figurative speech.1.1.10-Macbeth Annotations 27/30 Annotations were not numbered, not formatted appropriately (final draft quality--please check for capitalization, spacing, organization, etc.)Scene 1. Act 1-Witches MeetingAnnotations: (Numbered)Unknown words- Heath- uninhabited land covered with grass and small bushes.-Graymalken- Grey cat-Foul- Bad, offensive, “foul intentions”-Paddock- A toad-Ere- before-Hurley-burley- when things have gone crazy, messed up, etc-Anon- Right away or in onePronunciation- Foul- towelPaddock- atticSynonym- heath-plainsEtymology-Graymalken -name given to a cat, especially an old female cat. Came from Macbeth in 1620.Hurley-Burley- Commotion, Tummult. 1530s, by Shakespear’s Macbeth. Figurative language- In thunder, lightning, or in rain? Imagery. The Witch
1.2.9: Prepare a Scene. Well written scene! Should be edited and in ‘Final Draft’ format though. 28/301.2.8 Writing Guide/OutlineSupernatural elements: Magic, Wizards, Witches, Evil magic, Spells, -Witch took someone with a magical spell- Witch wears black and has green skin- Takes place on a grassy hill, evening, sunset- Windy, cold, cloudy Narrator: Tells the mood/emotions/words of the characters in the playCharacter- Knows about and is cautious about the witch, but is taken by surprise. Character watches the sunset, and is takenThe WitchSynopsis: It is the evening of a thursday in October. Michael and his brother george are walking up the hill next to their house to watch the sunset. Although they are both sure they are safe, they know about someone who could be a danger to both of them.Michael: George, there is nothing to worry about, i'm sure the witch is nowhere near. George: Yeah I know, but I just feel some weird energy around us right now. It feels bad.(On the other side of the hill)Witch: These boys will never know what's about to get them, not even an idea. I'm going to make one vanish! Michael: Hurry up George, we’re gonna miss the sunset. This hill gives you the best view in town. As the boys watch the glowing, golden sunset, the witch prepares her spell. The wind begins to blow, and the birds chirp in the trees.
George: That sunset was great, let's go back home now, I dont want to be out at dark because of the witch stories. Michael: Did you just hear that noise behind that bush?