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Shakespeare’s Macbeth WORD WEBS
“Blood” � Write the word “blood” in the middle of your group’s paper and draw a circle around it. � Add five words to the paper you think of when you hear “blood. ” � Draw circles around each word and connect them with a line to the main word “blood. ” (like a bubble cluster)
Blood Cluster BLOOD
The Connections � When your “blood” cluster is complete: �Choose one character �Choose three random words from your cluster. �In a few sentences explain how your character might relate to the three random words. (write your sentence on your group’s paper) �Example: Macbeth: “friend” “brother” “heart” “blood” - Because Macbeth is a blood relative and friend of Duncan, his heart tells him it is wrong to murder him.
Group Cluster Requirements � The word “Blood” � 5 words each student connected to “blood” (15 -25) � One sentence describing a character using three of the words from the cluster. � Write your name on the back of the group paper.
The Assignment � Choose a second word (night, hand, sleep) and complete the previous exercise on your own adding at least 15 of your own word connections. � If you are tracing a word, choose the word you are tracing. � Due at the end of the hour.