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Something Wicked This Way Comes - An Introduction to Shakespeare's Macbeth
In this one-time interactive class, students will be introduced to the main literary elements of Shakespeare's tragedy, Macbeth.
Laurie M, B. Ed, Certified Teacher
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Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and cauldron bubble! Come join this class for an exciting introduction to one of Shakespeare's most famous plays - Macbeth! All learners are welcome, including those that are neurodivergent. We will explore the main literary elements of Macbeth: setting, plot, characters, theme, conflict, and tone. We will begin the class with introductions (including pronouns) and an icebreaker so that the students will feel comfortable. Then, we will view a video...
Students will learn about the main literary elements of Macbeth: setting, plot, characters, theme, conflict, and tone.
I am a certified teacher and have taken a university course entirely dedicated to the works of William Shakespeare. I've been teaching Shakespeare to my high school students for 15 years. I also used to work for the Stratford Shakespearean Festival in Ontario, Canada and have worked on live productions of this play. It's my favourite! I have completed Special Education Part One, Part Two, and Specialist, and last summer I took an additional course in teaching students with Autism. In my role as a high school teacher, I teach a Learning Strategies course and have a caseload of 100+ students that are neurodiverse that I support every day. I am also a Google Certified Educator and have taken a course in teaching through eLearning and have taught online for two years through other platforms. In addition, all three of my children are neurodivergent, with ASD, Anxiety, and Giftedness.
There will be no homework.
Nothing is required.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The play Macbeth contains violent content, including murders, that may be upsetting or scary to some learners. The clips I show will be from youtube and not depict the actual murders but may have other disturbing content. This play also has three witches as important characters.
We will be reading from the litcharts.com website, which has a version of the play with the original text side-by-side with a modern translation. No subscription is required as I will be showing the website on the screen.
Laurie M, B. Ed, Certified Teacher
Certified and Experienced English, Special Education and Learning Strategies Teacher. Advocate for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
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4 completed classes
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