Who? List and describe the characters involved in the narrative you are creating.
Character Name: Macbeth How would you describe this character?
Physical Appearance Brave and loyal to king Duncan, and Duncan thought greatly of him. Because he needs to be loyal to …show more content…
Rising action: Macbeth and Lady Macbeth talking about killing Duncan.
Climax: Macbeth went and killed Duncan and no one know except Lady Macbeth
Falling action: Lady Macbeth goes crazy after the death and Macbeth just doesn’t care anymore and he does what he wants.
Resolution: Macbeth and Macduff fight to the death, and Macduff comes out victorious. Malcolm becomes King of Scotland.
Think of the overall effect you would like your narrative to have on the reader. How will you create that effect? Brainstorm ways to establish voice.
Point of View: Shakespeare takes a clear moral stance in telling the story of Macbeth. Tone—What is the attitude of your story?
Pace—How fast is your story going to move?
Words to describe the tone: “Macbeth” is a tragedy, so its tone is predominantly dark, elegiac and depressing How will you communicate that tone? By giving examples from the play and showing you how it really is.
How do you want readers to feel after they read your story? I want them to really so how much of a bad person Macbeth is and how King Duncan was a hero.
What pace fits your narrative: I think its going to go at a medium pace. Start out telling everything how it is and work my way to the end of the story.
Why? I don’t want it to go to slow and just drag on and I don’t want it to go to fast that you cant even understand what im walking about.