Goals: To use close-reading and syntax to decode difficult language; to analyze how unusual syntax and literary devices create layers of meaning in a text.
Opener: With your group, go back to your opener and notes from Monday, 10/16, and finish filling in the definitions for the answers you didn’t get before. If you have finished looking up the phrases, begin finding examples of as many of them as you can in the text of Macbeth. When you find one, put it in your reading notes and annotate the study guide with the line numbers and what kind of literary device it is.
Handouts in Class: none
Terms and Vocabulary: none
Work Assigned and Collected:
1. We finished watching Act 1 of Macbeth; The version we are watching is the BBC version directed by Rupert Goold in 2010