Macbeth - mrsleggenglish

Macbeth - mrsleggenglish

Macbet h Learning Objective Understand key study skills and memory techniques Begin to understand the main characters in Macbeth. Starter. How many can you remember? Dagger Macbeth Blood Banquo

Trees Witches King Duncan Lady Macbeth Castle Letter Hands Macduff Crown Ghost

By the end of the lesson you will remember all 15. Memory retention strategy one and two. Colour and images. For each word write using as much colour as possible and draw a colour picture to accompany it. Your picture can be as abstract as you

like. Dagger Macbeth Blood Banquo Trees Memory retention strategy three and four. Association and mind maps. Produce a mind map for all the things associated with each of these words or

names: Castle King Duncan Witches Lady Macbeth Memory retention strategy five. Storytelling. Create a story it can be abstract but needs to make logical sense - that uses these six words in six different stages. Each stage can be drawn or bullet pointed.

Cauldron Letter Crown Macduff Hands Ghost Memory retention strategy six and seven. Mnemonics and anagrams. Mnemonic eg I Put Some Water In Charlies Hat = IPSWICH Anagram eg I am a weakish speller = William Shakespeare Use the first letters from the words from todays lesson to make

either an mnemonic or an anagram: Dagger Lady Macbeth Macbeth Castle BloodLetter BanquoHands Trees Macduff Witches Crown King Duncan Ghost Memory retention strategy eight and nine. Quizzes and tests.

Test your neighbour on how many words they can say in 20 seconds. Clic kh ere Swap and repeat Plenary How many of those 20 words can you remember now?

Can you remember the names of the main characters from Macbeth? Macbet h Learning Objective Understand key study skills and memory techniques Begin to understand the main characters in Macbeth. Homework Must: Use a memory technique to

remember three to five important quotes from Macbeth. Should: Apply a memory technique to remember the memory techniques. Could: Apply a memory technique to another subject with an area that you must know important dates for History, the periodic table etc.

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