I suggest that our class takes part in the scored discussion.
Think we should either make a movie or do a skit because we are obviously a creative class that enjoys a good time. Maybe we make a short movie, because we basically do skits every time we read Macbeth.
I suggest that the class makes a mini movie about Macbeth that shows the main points. The class could also put a twist to Macbeth, this would make it more creative.
I suggest we do a scored discussion or a skit.
I think we should do a scored discussion or a short movie like what Kyle suggested
I think that we should either make a short movie or do a skit because it would be a creative and interesting way to have our final assessment.
I suggest that the class do a scored discussion, or a movie that shows the main points, like Kyle and Amanda suggested.
I think that we should do a scored discussion.
I believe that our "Macbeth" final assessment should be a scored fishbowl discussion. This would require full knowledge of the play "Macbeth" in order to conrtibute accurately and Mrs. Moritz can figure out who really knows the plot and motifs as opposed to who knows quotes.
I would prefer if we did the scored discussion
I would think that doing the discussion would be a good idea. Doing anything with the memorization of quotes is a bad idea. So I guess I agree with Brandon.
I think that we should either do a scored discussion or a skit. Wither one i think would show our knowledge of the play.
I think we should write an essay.
I would opt for a scored discussion because, like Brandon said, we would really have to understand the play and have also done some deeper thinking rather than rote memorization of "Macbeth".
I believe the class should participate in a scored discussion, like many others have suggested. I believe we should do this because it will show who truly knows "Macbeth" depending on each individuals output. Even though a skit would be fun, it would not show that all the students understood the material.
I suggest that we have a scored discussion for the same reasons as Aaron.
I suggest we do a scored discussion.
My opinion is to make a skit of the important scenes from the play Macbeth.
I think we should act out a final play.
I think we should be able to choose a creative way to summarize and express our thoughts on Macbeth through a self-written song, poem, or something similar.
I think that we should do a discussion. Our class likes to talk a lot, so I feel that our class would really benefit from having an intellectual discussion. We share our thoughts best through talking.
I think we should have an in class disscussion. When we all get together and talk about the book we could make connections and dig deeper from that. We could ask questions to eachother and share thought as a class. I feel as though a skit would be taken to loosely, and could be messed around with opposed to teaching ourselves and showing our knowledge of Macbeth.
I think it should be a scored discussion
I would perfer either a scored disscusion or a short film. A film would be be very interresting because we could show of our creative side and express our selves in ways we have not done before in class.
I think that we should either do a fishbowl discussion or have small groups and do a significant scene in the book.
I really liked the idea of a graded fishbowl discussion for our Macbeth final, because then, each person is responsible for their own grade, and there's no one to blame but yourself if you fail.
I like both the idea of the fish bowl, and the movie/creative idea for our final assessment. I think the movie would be very fun but maybe hard to say something. yet in the fish bowl, some people might not want to say stuff as much as others or not get the chance.