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Macbeth Critical Thinking Exercises. Mrs. Atkinson English IV. Identifying Cause and Effect in Macbeth. Identify causes and effects in the play by explaining how the Witches’ prophecy that Banquo will father kings could be viewed as the cause of the following items:

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Macbeth Critical Thinking Exercises

Mrs. Atkinson

English IV


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Identifying Cause and Effect in Macbeth

  • Identify causes and effects in the play by explaining how the Witches’ prophecy that Banquo will father kings could be viewed as the cause of the following items:

    • (a) the question Macbeth asks of Banquo, “Goes Fleance with you?” (III, I, 35)

    • (b) Macbeth’s recruiting of the murderers (III, iii)

    • (c) Fleance’s escape (III, iii)


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  • How has Macbeth changed from Act I to the end of Act III of the play?

  • How has Lady Macbeth changed over the course of the first three acts?

  • What do you think these changes might foreshadow?

  • Provide support for your thinking with examples and details from the play.


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