A Curriculum Development of a Unit of Shakespeare's Macbeth to Teach in Colombia Based on a Theoretical Method
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This study suggests the use of the Communicative Context and the Reception Theory in the teaching of Shakespeare's Macbeth in the Colombian high school curriculum. The Communicative Context is taken as the ideal method to introduce students to the study of Shakespeare for the first time. A detailed lesson plan shows how to develop communicative skills among students in order to offer an enjoyable involvement in the study of Macbeth. The communicative activities presented in the lesson plan are designed to allow students the opportunity analyze literature in terms of their personal experiences through the Reception Theory.
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