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MACBETH - drama / writing lesson for KS3 or KS4
1. Rank order crimes based on how evil they are. Discuss:
how you can judge how evil a crime is - eg. act vs outcome, intention, circumstance
how they should be punished (if death penalty were not available).
2. Students choose a specific crime to write about / perform as a monologue. Spend time planning / drafting writing before completing final piece. Focus on using quotation for the play (selected to match crime).
3. Use quotations as foundation of an essay piece exploring evil in the play.
4. Plenary - establish which of the crimes Macbeth committed - ask: is "dead butcher" a fitting epitaph?


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