RL.1. Analyze a theme’sdevelopment over the course ofa text. Analyze how a themeemerges and is shaped andrefined by specific details.
"I heard the owl scream and the crickets cry"(2.2.15).
"i have done the deed. did you not hear a noise?" (2.2.14)
RL.2 Analyze what the textsays explicitly. Analyzeinferences drawn from thetext. Cite specific andrelevant textual evidence tosupport analyses
"The innocent sleep, sleep that knits up the ravel's slave of care, the death of each days life, sore labors bath, balm of hurt minds, great natures second course, chief nourishes in lifes feast." (2.2.34-38)
"that such a hideous trumpert calls"
RL.4 Analyze the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative, connotative, and technical meanings
"What hath quenched them hath given me fire"(2.2.2)
Theme development: absolute power corrupts absolutely In the box above, it shows Macbeth after he just killed the king. Even after the king gave Macbeth the thrown of coward. His wife and him are eager to kill the king, they want the power of the thrown. They blame the kings death on the kings groundskeeper for getting drunk and having no remembrance .
RL.4Analyze the cumulativeimpact of specific word choiceson meaning Analyze thecumulative impact of specificword choices on tone.
"Is that dagger which i see before me, the handle toward my hand"(2.1 32-33).
Conclusion/work on adding 4 category level (on the rubric) to your project.
Its done, I will have all of the power.
Connotation and denotation Fire is being used to combustion and or burning. Chemically combined substance with oxygen from the air, will sally create smoke with a bright light which will infuse heat. When lady Macbeth uses this, shes saying she has excitement or she has this rush and is ready to get the guards drunk and kill the king.
Tone: Foreboding. You never know what will happen next, it can be suspenseful, this mood is shown in act one. The act sets a mood of fearful and suspense.. Not knowing if the dagger is eve real, setting it to be suspenseful. In this box, it is showing Macbeth seeing his dagger and question if the dagger is real of if he seeing it or it the "illusions of disturbed mind". As the dagger leads him to Duncan room.