1. Take on the role of a teacher who is helping students understand Macbeth. Choose one scene from the play and create 12 to 18 annotations, or explanatory notes, to explain the meanings of words and figurative language and to analyze the poetic structure.
2. Write a single scene that uses rich description to build suspense. Use vivid imagery that conveys elements of the supernatural in order to present a single, suspenseful moment to your readers.
3. Write a script and storyboard for a video that presents the story of Macbeth in 60 seconds. If the technology is available, you must work with a group to select the best script and storyboard and then record the video; you and your classmates will be the performers.