LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth

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Literary Techniques:
of three,
powerful
verbs,
preciseoxymoron,
adjectives,rule
onomatopoeia,
Literary
Techniques:repetition,
Dramatic list
irony,
imagery,
simile,
metaphor,
of 3
alliteration,
metaphors,
similes,
short sentences,
monosyllabic
sentences,
language,
Formula Words:
portrays,
suggests,
emphasises,
represents,
reflects, emotive
illustrates,
highlights
hyperbole,
pathetic
fallacy,
iambic
pentameter,
imagery
Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 7?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
Year 11
English Literature
Controlled Assessment
Retake
Lesson 1
LQ: Am I able to explore the
emotions of Macbeth in Act
1 Scene 7 and articulate
how Shakespeare has
presented them?
Literary Techniques:
of three,
powerful
verbs,
preciseoxymoron,
adjectives,rule
onomatopoeia,
Literary
Techniques:repetition,
Dramatic list
irony,
imagery,
simile,
metaphor,
of 3
alliteration,
metaphors,
similes,
short sentences,
monosyllabic
sentences,
language,
Formula Words:
portrays,
suggests,
emphasises,
represents,
reflects, emotive
illustrates,
highlights
hyperbole,
pathetic
fallacy,
iambic
pentameter,
imagery
Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
EXT HW: use the blog to revise
the two important extracts and to
prepare for the HAVISHAM lesson
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 7?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
Compulsory Homework:
IMPORTANT – You must research
the social context of Macbeth and
Havisham. You will need to refer
to the context of both texts in
your controlled assessment
Literary Techniques: repetition, list of three, powerful verbs, precise adjectives, onomatopoeia,
alliteration, metaphors, similes, short sentences, monosyllabic sentences, emotive language,
hyperbole, pathetic fallacy, iambic pentameter, imagery
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
How much progress will you make today?
Outstanding progress: I will use a range of technical
language, sophisticated vocabulary and comment on the
influence of social context when analysing a scene from
Macbeth
Excellent progress: I will use some technical language,
explaining the effect of the techniques on the audience,
when analysing a scene from Macbeth
Good progress: I will use some technical language, to
annotate a scene from Macbeth
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1
Scene 7?
Literary Techniques:
of three,
powerful
verbs,
preciseoxymoron,
adjectives,rule
onomatopoeia,
Literary
Techniques:repetition,
Dramatic list
irony,
imagery,
simile,
metaphor,
of 3
alliteration,
metaphors,
similes,
short sentences,
monosyllabic
sentences,
language,
Formula Words:
portrays,
suggests,
emphasises,
represents,
reflects, emotive
illustrates,
highlights
hyperbole,
pathetic
fallacy,
iambic
pentameter,
imagery
Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
English Literature CA
20% of total grade
‘Explore and compare how
Shakespeare and Duffy use
language, structure and form to
present disturbed characters in
Act 1 scene 7 (and scene 5) of
Macbeth and in Havisham.’
Literary Techniques:
of three,
powerful
verbs,
preciseoxymoron,
adjectives,rule
onomatopoeia,
Literary
Techniques:repetition,
Dramatic list
irony,
imagery,
simile,
metaphor,
of 3
alliteration,
metaphors,
similes,
short sentences,
monosyllabic
sentences,
language,
Formula Words:
portrays,
suggests,
emphasises,
represents,
reflects, emotive
illustrates,
highlights
hyperbole,
pathetic
fallacy,
iambic
pentameter,
imagery
Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 7?
Miss L. Hamilton
Literary Techniques:
of three,
powerful
verbs,
preciseoxymoron,
adjectives,rule
onomatopoeia,
Literary
Techniques:repetition,
Dramatic list
irony,
imagery,
simile,
metaphor,
of 3
alliteration,
metaphors,
similes,
short sentences,
monosyllabic
sentences,
language,
Formula Words:
portrays,
suggests,
emphasises,
represents,
reflects, emotive
illustrates,
highlights
hyperbole,
pathetic
fallacy,
iambic
pentameter,
imagery
Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 7?
Miss L. Hamilton
Literary Techniques:
of three,
powerful
verbs,
preciseoxymoron,
adjectives,rule
onomatopoeia,
Literary
Techniques:repetition,
Dramatic list
irony,
imagery,
simile,
metaphor,
of 3
alliteration,
metaphors,
similes,
short sentences,
monosyllabic
sentences,
language,
Formula Words:
portrays,
suggests,
emphasises,
represents,
reflects, emotive
illustrates,
highlights
hyperbole,
pathetic
fallacy,
iambic
pentameter,
imagery
Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
What is the story of Macbeth?
Extension Task:
What are the
themes
explored?
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 7?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
Starter: Class Recap Task
Literary Techniques:
of three,
powerful
verbs,
preciseoxymoron,
adjectives,rule
onomatopoeia,
Literary
Techniques:repetition,
Dramatic list
irony,
imagery,
simile,
metaphor,
of 3
alliteration,
metaphors,
similes,
short sentences,
monosyllabic
sentences,
language,
Formula Words:
portrays,
suggests,
emphasises,
represents,
reflects, emotive
illustrates,
highlights
hyperbole,
pathetic
fallacy,
iambic
pentameter,
imagery
Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
Introduction: Group Review Task
What do you remember about the character of
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth?
Brainstorm your ideas on big paper
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 7?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
Extension
Task:
What is a
tragic hero?
Literary Techniques:
of three,
powerful
verbs,
preciseoxymoron,
adjectives,rule
onomatopoeia,
Literary
Techniques:repetition,
Dramatic list
irony,
imagery,
simile,
metaphor,
of 3
alliteration,
metaphors,
similes,
short sentences,
monosyllabic
sentences,
language,
Formula Words:
portrays,
suggests,
emphasises,
represents,
reflects, emotive
illustrates,
highlights
hyperbole,
pathetic
fallacy,
iambic
pentameter,
imagery
Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
Brave
Guilty – has a
conscience
Ambitious
Macbeth/Lady
Macbeth
Obsessive
Easily led
Was loyal and noble
EXT: Can you link any of this to social context?
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 7?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
Power Hungry
Literary Techniques:
of three,
powerful
verbs,
preciseoxymoron,
adjectives,rule
onomatopoeia,
Literary
Techniques:repetition,
Dramatic list
irony,
imagery,
simile,
metaphor,
of 3
alliteration,
metaphors,
similes,
short sentences,
monosyllabic
sentences,
language,
Formula Words:
portrays,
suggests,
emphasises,
represents,
reflects, emotive
illustrates,
highlights
hyperbole,
pathetic
fallacy,
iambic
pentameter,
imagery
Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
Read through Act 1 Scene 7 and annotate it
considering how Shakespeare presents Macbeth and
Lady Macbeth as in any way disturbed.
FOCUS ON THE LANGUAGE AND STRUCTURE
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 7?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
Main Task: Paired Analysis Task
Extension Task:
Can you analyse
the FORM – how
does it being a
play add to the
effect?
Literary Techniques:
of three,
powerful
verbs,
preciseoxymoron,
adjectives,rule
onomatopoeia,
Literary
Techniques:repetition,
Dramatic list
irony,
imagery,
simile,
metaphor,
of 3
alliteration,
metaphors,
similes,
short sentences,
monosyllabic
sentences,
language,
Formula Words:
portrays,
suggests,
emphasises,
represents,
reflects, emotive
illustrates,
highlights
hyperbole,
pathetic
fallacy,
iambic
pentameter,
imagery
Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
Share your ideas about Act 1 Scene 7 and fully
annotate the scene considering Macbeth’s emotional
voice in this scene
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 7?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
Plenary: Class Consolidation Task
Extension Task: Can
you identify a moment
in the scene that no
one else has noticed,
where either
character seems
disturbed?
Literary Techniques: repetition, list of three, powerful verbs, precise adjectives, onomatopoeia,
alliteration, metaphors, similes, short sentences, monosyllabic sentences, emotive language,
hyperbole, pathetic fallacy, iambic pentameter, imagery
Keywords: emphasises, illustrates, reiterates, shows, portrays, suggests, highlights, supports
How much progress will you make today?
Outstanding progress: I will use a range of technical
language, sophisticated vocabulary and comment on
the influence of social context when analysing a scene
from Macbeth
Excellent progress: I will use some technical language,
explaining the effect of the techniques on the
audience, when analysing a scene from Macbeth
Good progress: I will use some technical language, to
annotate a scenefrom Macbeth
Extend your thinking @ Bishop Justus 2013/2014
LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of Macbeth in Act 1
Scene 7?

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