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LO: To improve our discussion skills by considering both sides of the argument. . Macbeth the Butcher . Connector (thinking line-up) Macbeth is a butcher and thus is the actual fiend. . Task 1 – group work . You will be given a key scene. Read it and analyse the following:

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Macbeth the butcher

LO: To improve our discussion skills by considering both sides of the argument.

Macbeth the Butcher

Connector (thinking line-up)

Macbeth is a butcher and thus is the actual fiend.


Task 1 group work

Task 1 – group work

You will be given a key scene. Read it and analyse the following:

  • Macbeth’s feeling

  • Gothic elements

  • How Macbeth is presented

Groups:

(A1,S7)

(A2, S2)

(A3, S1)


Macbeth the dead butcher

Macbeth, the “dead butcher”

Read the article on your own. Highlight and annotate key points.

Individually: skim through the article and complete the table.

Share: with the rest of the class and add to your own notes.


Debate

Debate

Macbeth is not a “butcher” – Malcolm exaggerates.

Agree

Disagree

Challenge: include ideas and interpretations of your own. Add them to what you have learnt from the essay!

  • 10 minutes – plan your side of the debate. Take into account opposing views so you can conflict them.

  • Everyone must have something to say in the debate.


Macbeth is not a butcher malcolm exaggerates

Macbeth is not a “butcher” – Malcolm exaggerates.

Write a paragraph responding to the above.

Refer to AO1,AO2, AO3 and AO4.

Extension:

  • Colour each of the AOs in a separate colour

  • Mark your work using the marking criteria

  • Annotate improvements you could make to your argument.


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