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Shakespeare history and revision

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      Shakespeare

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Today:

  • Looking at some more of Shakespeare's work (Macbeth)
  • Take a look at the Elizabethan theatre, The Globe
  • Quiz!
  • How to prepare for the test

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Macbeth

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What do you already know about Macbeth?

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The witches tell Macbeth he is the future king
Macbeth murders King Duncan
Macbeth gets promoted
Macbeth gets killed in the battle
Lady Macbeth plans King Duncan's murder
An army from England comes for Macbeth
Lady Macbeth goes mad with guilt and kills herself

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Shakesperean English
Can you match Lady Macbeth's lines (1-5) with their translation into modern English (a-e)?


1. He has almost supped  
2. Art thou afeared to be the same in thine own act and valour as thou art in desire?  
3. When you durst do it then you were a man  
4. But screw your courage to the sticking place and we’ll not fail.   
5. When Duncan is asleep his two chamberlains will I with wine and wassail so            
    convince that memory, the warder of the brain will be a fume.  
a. Are you too scared to go and get what you really want?   
b. When Duncan is asleep I’ll get his two servants so drunk that they won’t remember a   
    thing the next day.   
c. He has almost finished dinner.   
d. You were manly when you were brave enough to do it.   
e. Set your mind on what you want to do and we’ll not fail.

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1c 2a 3d 4e 5b
Loyalty (trouw) and betrayal (verraad)
Loyalty and betrayal are important themes in most of the scenes in Macbeth.  
We picked a few examples.

Beginning of the play:

  • Loyal to the King and the country (Macbeth --> King/Scotland)
  • Loyal towards a friend (Banquo --> Macbeth)
  • Loyal to a husband/wife (Macbeth <--> Lady Macbeth)

Throughout the play:
  • Betrayal to the King and country (Macbeth kills King)
  • Betrayal towards a friend (Macbeth had Banquo killed by assasins)
  • Betrayal towards a husband/wife (Macbeth commits the crimes behind her back)



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Loyal to the King and the country: at the beginning of the play, Macbeth is loyal to King Duncan. He supports the King and defends Scotland to opposing armies.

Loyal to a friend: Banquo was very loyal to Macbeth, in the first parts of the play up until his death. Even when he suspected Macbeth wanted to kill the king.

Loyal to husband/wife: Macbeth (in the beginning) is loyal to Lady Macbeth because he listens to her and everything she tells him to do. Lady Macbeth showed that she was supportive to Macbeth and encouraged him to kill Duncan in order to clear all obstacles that would get in the way of Macbeth becoming King. They were very close and loving at the beginning of the play. 




Discuss 

Do you think similar events to those in the play Macbeth could take place today, in our times? What would be different? Are the themes in Macbeth still relevant in modern times?
We are going to take a closer look at two themes in the next lesson...

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Elizabethan theatre (1562-1642)

  • Elizabeth I, Queen of England (1558-1603)
  • The first English theatres were built
  • Lord Chamberlain's men: company of actors for  
     which Shakespeare wrote. 
  • Richard Burbage: main actor, played all the leading  roles.
  • Going to theatre was very popular
  • The Globe theatre. 

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The Globe

  • Built in 1598
  • Outside of London        
    no control of city officials (who didn't                                                  like theatres)
  • All of Shakespeare's plays were performed here
  • Burned down in 1613, during the play Henry VIII
     (a canon was fired and set fire to the roof)
  • Could take up to 3000 people
  • All sorts of people visited

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Eindscene Shakespeare in love

Eigenlijk geen vrouwen op toneel, maar de acteur die Juliet speelde kreeg baard in keel, daarom mocht 'viola' invallen. Romeo wordt gespeeld door Shakespeare die verliefd is geworden op Viola. 

Uitleg over: publiek reageerde altijd op wat er op toneel gebeurde/'special effect' bloed/ groundlings goedkoopste plekken --> hoe hoger hoe duurder en betere plek

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QUIZ!

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What was name of the Queen of England?
A
Eliza the 2nd
B
Elizabeth the 1st
C
Juliet the 1st
D
Toetanchamon

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William Shakespeare lived in the...
A
15th century
B
16th century
C
17th century
D
18th century

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How many plays did Shakespeare approximately write?
A
58
B
43
C
37
D
150

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Who visited the plays at The Globe theatre
A
all sorts of people
B
only people from court
C
only men
D
only the poor ones

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Romeo and Juliet...
A
is a Comedy
B
is a History play
C
are an Insta famous couple
D
is a Tragedy

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What kind of plays did Shakespeare not write?
A
Tragedies
B
Musicals
C
History plays
D
Comedies

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The Globe was built outside of London because...
A
the plays produced a lot of noise pollution
B
theatres were banned within the city limits
C
it was illegal to visit a play
D
there was no space for such a big theatre in the city

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1. Early London theaters like The Globe had no roof.
2. A large portion of the audience would stand in the yard, directly in front of the stage.
A
1 is true, 2 is false
B
2 is true, 1 is false
C
both statements are true
D
both statements are false

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How did Shakepeare's Globe Theatre burn down?
A
Smokers in the audience
B
A lightning strike
C
The Queen set fire to it
D
A canon shot caught fire

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BONUS!
"To be or not to be, that is the question".
This line comes from the play...
A
Hamlet
B
Julius Caesar
C
Macbeth
D
Romeo & Juliet

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Extra assignment
In your Shakespeare groups
Write 2 questions related to what we have learned about Shakespeare
Give your group a team name

Lets have a class quiz!
timer
5:00

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How to prepare for the test?

You will be given a  test (45 min) about everything you've learned about Shakespeare in the last few weeks. 

Everything you need to know can be found in the 'films' lesson up shared with you and the worksheets you have in your drama books

Questions?


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