This is what needs to be in your written justification but will also form the basis of your spoken presentation
Explain what you have been studying.(Macbeth -1-2 sentences explaining what the play is about) PARAGRAPH 1- WRITTEN JUSTIFICATION
In my English lessons I have been learning about Shakespeare’s play ‘Macbeth.’ The play is about ………. The play has many important themes, but for the purpose of my inquiry, I shall be focusing on the theme of ……. (DEFINE IT)
I chose to foscus on this theme because ……
I hope that I can make my audience aware (learn about the play)……..
Explain what medium you will use to present your ideas (Why you have chosen to do a painting etc)
PARA 3 -5 The scenes you have chosen. This is your PEE Paragraphs
Explain which theme you will focus on in your presentation. Why you chose it? 3.
Explain why you are doing a sculpture and what you hope to show your audience 4.
You are going to explain which scenes best illustrate your theme. (Pick out 3-5 examples that show the breakdown in their relationships) 5.
With these examples, you will then write PEE paragraphs.
The Role of Guilt in Macbeth
Guilt plays a strong role in motivating Macbeth, and causes Lady Macbeth to be driven over the edge of sanity - to her death. Throughout the story, there are many different types of guilty feelings that play a role in Macbeth’s fatal decisions and bring Lady Macbeth to commit suicide. Although there are many instances that show the power guilt has played on the main characters, there are three examples that show this the best. One is, just after the murder of the great King, Duncan. Guilt overcomes Macbeth where he can no longer think straight. A second example is soon after that, where all the guilt Macbeth feels at first, changes into hate after he decides that Banquo must be killed as well. The last example is just about at the end of the play, when we see Lady Macbeth...
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