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Macbeth: Act One, Scene One

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Macbeth: Act One, Scene One
Fill in the gaps/choose the correct options..
Shakespeare wrote Macbeth during the __________ era when King ___________ was on the throne. The King had a keen interest in ___________ and Shakespeare probably included the three ________ in Act One, Scene One to capture the attention and interest of __________.

Following the gunpowder plot, __________ (killing the king) was a topical talking point in the ___________ era. In Act One, Scene One, King Duncan finds that the Thane of ________ betrayed him on the battlefield. Macbeth goes on to kill Duncan in order to gain his power.

Women of this era were seen to be weak and powerless. Lady Macbeth is
portrayed in this way/portrayed differently.
She is ____________ by power.
Act One, Scene One.
What is the effect of the paradox in the line "fair is foul and foul is fair"?

Band Three- What is the effect of the paradox on the audience?
Band Four- Relate to Jacobean audience.
Band Five-
The Way out
The Witches
LO- To learn about the portrayal of the witches and the relationships between characters in Act One, Scene One, Two and Three.
Watch three different performances of the witches' scene. How are the witches portrayed? Are they violent? Dirty? Mad? Which of the three performances do you think is best at creating feelings that the Jacobean audience would have felt?
Act One, Scene One
What is the effect of the rhyming couplets?
(form)
Band 3- comment on the effect the rhyme creates.
Band 4- relate to Jacobean context.
Band 5- What does the use of rhyming couplets suggest about the relationship between the witches?
Form in
Act One, Scene One
Rhyming couplets
.
Trochaic Tetrameter
- Four trochees- a stressed syllable followed by an unstressed syllable. DUM da DUM da DUM da DUM (da).

Shakespeare only used this form for supernatural beings.

Example Answer- band 5
One relationship in Macbeth is between the three witches. "Fair is foul and foul is fair". Shakespeare uses a paradox show that the witches think that normality, or what most people consider to be good or "fair", is foul to them and anything "foul" is, to them, "fair". This use of paradox sets the witches apart from the rest of society, making them appear as unnatural beings. In the Jacobean era, witches were seen as evil beings who were working with the devil. The Jacobean audience would have feared the witches as they believed that witches could cause bad fortune to befall them. James I had a deep interest in witches and believed that a storm he experienced whilst sailing back to Scotland from Denmark was caused by witchcraft; Shakespeare's inclusion of the witches would have immediately caught the King's interest. Shakespeare's use of rhyming couplets for the witches' lines shows the audience that the witches have a strong relationship, working together to manipulate others' destruction. The trochaic tetrameter of these lines creates a chanting effect,building upon the supernatural element as Shakespeare only used this form for supernatural characters, making their bond seem stronger as they become a menacing "other" to the Jacobean audience.
Relationships in Act One

LO- To learn how the relationships between characters are presented in Act One of Macbeth.
Act One, Scene Three
LO- To learn how relationships are presented in Act One, Scene Three
Read Act One, Scene Three
-Where does the scene begin?
- Write a summary of what happens in this scene in no more than four sentences.
Structure and Form
Band three: Annotate the scene for structure and form features. Eg. rhyming couplets, prose, rhythm.
Band four: What does the use of structure and form tell us about the relationships between characters?
Band five: Link to context.
1) What type of relationship do Macbeth and Banquo have?
2) What do Macbeth and Banquo think of the witches?
3) What effect do you think the prophecy will have on Macbeth and Banquo's relationship?
4) How might the prophecy affect Macbeth's relationship with the king?
Explain how one relationship is presented in Act One, Scene Three of Macbeth.
Plan your answer, thinking carefully about the four AOs.
Review
Have you met all of the AOs?
One thing I have learnt is...
One thing I would like to know is...
DQ- How are relationships presented in Act One, Scene Three?
Fill in the blanks
One relationship in Romeo and Juliet is between the protagonists. "My _______, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand, To smooth that rough touch with a tender ______." Romeo's first lines to Juliet show that he has fallen in love with her before she has even spoken, as he wants to "kiss" her. The form used, in the lines before they kiss, is a shared _______. A _______ contains _______ lines, each containing ______ pairs of sounds. The rhythm created is called _____________.This form was used in the _________ era for writing about love and so the audience would recognise that the use of this form represented the love felt between the characters. ________ form is also used in the _______ of the play. Romeo and Juliet's words therefore act as an echo to the __________ and we are reminded of the protagonists' d________.
Write a summary for what happens in Act One, Scene Three.
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