RL.1. Analyze a theme’s development over the course of a text. Analyze how a theme emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details.
This is amazing! I have a plan to make us royalty.
RL.1. Analyze a theme’sdevelopment over the course ofa text. Analyze how a themeemerges and is shaped andrefined by specific details.
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth want to be royalty so Lady Macbeth convinces Macbeth to kill King Duncan and take the crown for himself. They have the king and his knights over for dinner and while they sleep Lady Macbeth wants to "seal the deal," however, Macbeth begins to back out until Lady Macbeth guilt trips him. Macbeth feels guilty anf his wife doesn't.
RL.4 Analyze the meaning of words andphrases as they are used in a text, includingfigurative, connotative, and technicalmeanings
I would NEVER back out on something I said I would do.
The main event in Act 2 got started in Act 1. Lady Macbeth received a letter from Macbeth explaining how he could become king. She is excited and decides that they should murder King Duncan so they can become royalty. They are both excited at the news that the witches told Macbeth, but Lady Macbeth takes it to another level.
RL.4Analyze the cumulativeimpact of specific word choiceson meaning Analyze thecumulative impact of specificword choices on tone.
Who is here?
King Duncan goes to visit Macbeth and Lady Macbeth for dinner and he and his soldiers stayed the night. It was a very nice dinner where everyone got along and laughed.
Conclusion/work on adding 4 category level (on the rubric) to your project.
WHY WOULD YOU BRING THE DAGGERS.
After dinner, Macbeth was wanting to back out. Lady Macbeth and Macbeth had a conversation in the kitchen where Lady Macbeth decided to guilt trip Macbeth into killing King Duncan and his soldiers. She also used a very awful analogy.
After everyone is asleep, Macbeth goes to kill the three men, but King Duncan wakes up right before he meets his fate.
After Macbeth kills the three men, he exits King Duncan's room with the murder weapons and Lady Macbeth gets a little mad and goes back to the rooms and smothers the daggers in blood and leaves them there.