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.
(3.4.50-51) Thou canst say I did it. Never shake Thy gory locks me.
RL.2 Analyze what the text says explicitly. Analyze inferences drawn from the text. Cite specific and relevant textual evidence to support analyses.
(4.3.238-243)Come go we to the King. Our power is ready. Our lack is nothing but our leave. Macbeth is ripe for shaking, and the powers put on their instruments. Receive what cheer you may. The night is long that never finds a day.
In Act 2 Macbeth get's suspicious of Banquo thinking that Banquo knows he killed the king because of the prophecy that he would become king. So he hires murderer's to kill Banquo and his son Because Macbeth fears that Banquo's Son will will become king. After Banquo is dead Macbeth Start's to see Banquo's Ghost at his Dinner table. After seeing this he goes to the 3 witches and asks to give a vision of the Future and the main thing the witches told him is to beware Macduff. So he hires some murderers to kill Macduffs wife and son which thay succeed. Macduff finds out and says he will get revenge on Macbeth.
RL.4 Analyze the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative, connotative, and technical meanings
(4.2.4.) Our fears do make us traitors.
The theme that I think that has developed the most is insanity is the result of a guilty conscience. So I would say this started out when he murdered the king in (2.2.33-38) he is saying that he heard a voice say That he murders people in their sleep this is when he is going insane and hearing voices. then further in the play when he says in (3.4.50-51). He is talking to Banquo who is dead and everyone is wondering what he is doing since they don't see him and also he say's to the ghost Banquo that he can't say that it was him that did it so this is the result of a guilty conscience.
RL.4 Analyze the cumulative impact of specific word choices on meaning Analyze the cumulative impact of specific word choices on tone.
(4.1.50-51) How now, you secret black, and midnight hags? What is 't you do?
One inference I have is that Macduff is going to kill Macbeth my evidence for this is in (4.3.238-243) Macduff is saying that everything is prepared for us so let us go and kill Macbeth. I think that he is doing this for revenge because he figured out that it was Macbeth that did that so he is very angry and is going to kill Macbeth.
One word or phrase that is in Macbeth that I like to define is in (4.2.4) this is when Lady Macduff and her son are talking to each other about his dad and what they are saying is that because he is guilty of doing no wrong doing they say this with negative connotation and this is saying is that they are saying that Macduff ran away because of fear not because he did something bad.
The word choice that I am choosing to analyze is found in (4.1.50-51) Macbeth is using the words are insulting the witches and he is saying because he wants a answer right away so he is insulting so it get's their attention. the tone is meant to be forceful and to get what he want's.
So in conclusion I think that this is a story that is pretty weird and it needs a lot less murder and it has a lot of deception and in other words The king and queen are a bunch of psychopaths so Scotland is doomed and Lets hope that Macduff wins.