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Macbeth: Witches’ Spells

In Literacy this week we have been looking at Macbeth and at the spell cast by the three witches. Inspired by Shakespeare’s writing, we decided to write our own spells with some definite success criteria. There needed to be rhyming … Continue reading

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Macbeth: Recounts from the meeting with the witches – Abi S

Nightfall was beginning to close in on us from all sides. The moaning cries from the injured soldiers filled the air. Furthermore, I felt that the night time was oddly spooky in appearance. Did I hear a twig snap? Suddenly … Continue reading

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Macbeth: Recounts from the meeting with the witches – Oscar

Macbeth and I were happily striding down the gut-spreaded, blood-pouring battlefield, I could even see an eyeball loose. I was also playing my drum; it was a dark and gloomy night the sky filled with blackness. We couldn’t see anything … Continue reading

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Macbeth: Recounts from the meeting with the witches – Peter

As Banqo and I strolled across the dark and gloomy battle field the mist started to surround us. As we carried on our thick leather boots got drenched with water. Yellow fingers shot across the gloomy sky. “What’s that?”  I … Continue reading

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Lady Macbeth’s final letter – William L

My dearest husband, I am writing to you as I am on the verge of death. I feel like life has no meaning for me any more and you would also be better off without me. I feel responsible for … Continue reading

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Macbeth: Recounts from the meeting with the witches – Andrew N

L.O: I can write a recount about the meeting with the witches from the point of view of Banquo.   Macbeth and I triumphantly paced away from the scene of blood and guts. The view was unbearable. It was rapidly … Continue reading

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