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Simone Hocking

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Song of the Witches - Reading poetry aloud.

William Shakespeare is an English poet, widely known as the greatest writer in the English language. He was born in 1564, so the words he used can be unfamiliar to us. In addition, he would simply make up his own words if he thought they sounded good in a poem! One of his many famous plays is called Macbeth. In it, a man named Macbeth meets three witches who sing a song to predict his future. Your task is to read the poem aloud (it is called Song of the Witches) Clicking then edit.... click to record your voice reading the poem aloud. Focus on your voice - you need to sound like a WITCH!

5th Grade, 6th Grade, Drama, English Language Arts
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