Macbeth Teacher Guide


One of Shakespeare’s darkest tragedies, Macbeth explores the themes of fate, political ambition, and guilt through the life of the Scottish general, Macbeth. After being told by three witches that he will become the king of Scotland, Macbeth becomes enthralled by his own ambition, committing increasingly heinous acts to hold on to his power. Overcome by madness and despair, Macbeth ultimately discovers fate is not always as it seems. To better assist students in understanding the text, the Macbeth Teacher Guide provides all answers to questions in the Macbeth Student Book and all test and quizzes.

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