Read the simile starters below and familiarise yourself with the layout of the sentence.
Look at the slide below. Using the pictures can you infer what the story might be about? Where might the story be set? Who might be in the story? What might happen in the story?
Now you've had a think for yourself, answer the following statements below to help you understand what the story might be about.
Now jot down what you now know about the story of Macbeth from what you have discovered so far.
Before you watch the video below, jot down questions about what you would like to find out about the story of Macbeth.
Now watch the clip from the opening scene below.
Your final task involves using your background knowledge.
Book to self = Can you relate anything from the story or front cover of the book to your own experiences?
Book to book = Can you relate anything from the story or front cover to any stories you have read in the past?
Book to world = Can you relate anything from the story or front cover to any world experiences that you have witnessed or know about?
Using the model above to help you, complete your task using the story of Macbeth and what you know so far.
If you are at home write the date and LC in you Blended Learning Book and complete the task. Remember your sub-headings.