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Analysing Lady Macbeth as a character

Analysing Lady Macbeth as a character

I have attached a PowerPoint explaining how to use the board game, as well as a board game for the characterisation of Lady Macbeth. The aim of the board game is to sit the pupils in pair, with one A3 size board game, their Macbeth books, and two dice each. The need to roll the dice once and go along the corridor on their game, then on their second roll they go down the stairs until they land on one square. For example if they land on a square which says 'powerful' they need to find the best quote they can that describes Lady Macbeth as powerful, and write it on their board game. The winner of the game is the team who have the most amount of squares filled in with brilliant quotes. IN the end they will end up with 36 quotes on Lady Macbeth, which can later be used for their Point and their Evidence in their PEE paragraphs. Pupils get very competitive and feel like it's a game, it is a really good way of stretch and challenging your pupils to work independently. They are colour coded for difficulty and differentiation.
Jamiecalcutt
Reading Lit Playlists - Complete Grade 7 Bundle

Reading Lit Playlists - Complete Grade 7 Bundle

Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. Save 25% with this bundle! 9 content-rich multimedia lessons integrate original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standards.​ The Student Editions include: • Links to instructional videos, audio, or texts • Links to practice quizzes or activities • 9 assessments that include 40 multiple choice, 1 matching, and 5 sorting questions • Definitions of key terms related to each of the standards • Examples of how students can apply the standards to their reading and deepen their understanding of what they are reading • Excerpts from several high-quality texts, including: - “Robin Hood” J. Walker McSpadden - “Paul Revere’s Ride” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - “O Captain! My Captain!” Walt Whitman - “A Little Princess” Frances Hodgson Burnett - “Trifles” Susan Glaspell - “The Importance of Being Earnest” Oscar Wilde • Accompanying Teaching Notes files The Teaching Notes files include: • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional resources • Ideas to differentiate the activities for students who need extra support or to be challenged further • Answer guides with correct answers, answer choice rationales, word counts, and DOK (Depth of Knowledge) levels
Wisewire
Figurative language/Grammar/Punctuation quiz with answer key

Figurative language/Grammar/Punctuation quiz with answer key

A short 1-page quiz on figurative language (metaphor, simile, dialogue, and hyperbole) with a short dialogue to test students' grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation skills. 10 questions total (3 multiple-choice, 3 open-ended, 4 correct-the-sentence), about 30-45 min completion time. Includes answer key. This lesson is student-centered, meaning: --it allows you to become a facilitator! --happier teachers! --happier students! --happier administrators!
learningisawesomewithmrsalinas
Much Ado About Nothing Beatrice in Act 4 Scene 1

Much Ado About Nothing Beatrice in Act 4 Scene 1

A selection of resources easily spread over a few hours of work designed to engage students in the development of Beatrice and Benedick's relationship. Examines the scene in some detail with students then able to summarise what they have learnt Ideal for KS3 as an introduction to GCSE level work
MissNevell