Wednesday 30th June - English - Shakespeare
Today we are going to continue our unit on the Shakespeare play 'Macbeth.'
Firstly please watch the videos summarising this play - see links below.
Activity - please read the short playscript of Act 1 Scene 3 - Macebth and Banquo meet the witches. Can you identify a range of old fashioned language and find definitions of the meaning of the words, eg 'hast' means 'have.'
Now choose one of the characters and perform that part out loud to a family member. Remember to project your voice clearly and add actions and gestures.
Thursday 1st July - The Witches' Brew!
As we develop through the play of Macbeth, the witches return with their Witches' Brew.
Read through the Brew below and identify particular features, an example is given:
Friday 2nd July
Yesterday, you should have identified features of the Withes' Brew from Macbeth.
Today we would like you to create your own version of the Witches Brew poem.
Please try and keep it in the same style with the rhyming couplets etc. You can choose your own wonderful and weird ingredients!
You could use the writing frame or parchment effect paper below:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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