Analysis of the language effects Shakespeare employs to reinforce the sense of despair Macbeth feels on learning of his wife’s death.
These entries provide support for the development of your analytical skills – a core function of English at this level.
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Is this a dagger which I see before me? This period’s work is to review the video explainer attached to this post and then complete a paragraph exploring the language Shakespeare uses to give us a deeper insight into Macbeth’s state of mind in Act 2, Scene I.
Today you’re asked to re-watch my video explainer in relation to Lady Macbeth’s first soliloquy. We do not have a class conference today, but I will remain online and available to speak to anyone who wants individual or small group feedback. This post contains everything you need to get on with your work.
Welcome to the first daily lesson outline for Wednesday 25 March. It’s time for us to switch to our planned videoconferences for English – which will run when you normally have your English lesson on your timetable. Here’s what we’ll be doing today.
Second example of an analytical paragraph: Whilst many are critical of the modifications to standard English that many, particularly young, people make when they speak and communicate online; I contend that these language effects are in fact lively and...