The plot thickens…

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In this lesson, we learn how the opening scene of a play gives many clues about how the drama will unfold. We use the opening scene from Macbeth as an example. After watching the lesson, you could examine the opening scene of the play you are studying in class to see it reveals about setting, character and plot. Watching learners dramatise the scene in this lesson may also encourage your learners to dramatise the opening scene of the play you are studying.
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