What happens in your scene? Outline the basic events.
In my scene Macbeth gets killed by Macduff. In the beginning of the scene, Macduff and Macbeth met to fight. On the other hand, there were Malcolm,Siward and Ross. Macduff finally killed Macbeth and brought his head. The scene ended with Malcolm's speech.
What do you think are the key purpose of your scene? In other words, why is this scene important?

The key purpose of this scene is to conclude the play. Macbeth and Macduff finally meet face to face and talk about how they hate each other. After Macduff finally wins the battle. This scene is important because basically the main character, Macbeth gets killed.
What are your reactions to this scene?
I was kind of shocked about the ending of this scene, or play, because usually in the play, the main character never gets killed by other characters. Also, I really liked the fighting scene because they were mocking each other and the language they speak was pretty interesting and understandable.
What does the character want in this scene?
My character, Siward finds out that his son is dead.

What is your character's motivation for doing what he or she does?

He is motivated by God. He believes that everything that happened to him is God's will.
What obstacles stand in his or her way?
He doesn't really have obstacles in his way, but his son's death made him sad.
What happens when your character confronts these obstacles?
My character accept his son's death and thinks that it is honorable for him to get killed in the battle since he is a soldier.
Are there any distinctive elemenets in your character's way of speaking?
I think that there are some distinctive elements. The character's way of speaking is kind of
Student Reflection
1. Evaluate the performance of your group. What went well? What didn’t go well?
I thought our group performance went pretty well. We were worried because one of the people didn't show up. Also, while we were practicing, we were kind of having hard time express emotions of the characters. However, in the actual performance, we pulled off our performance much better than we thought. Our fighting scene was pretty awesome because we used cooking tools instead of fake weapons.
2. How well did you contribute to your group?
I think everyone did same amount of work. I made crowns for the scene.
3. How well did you perform as an individual?
I tried to speak louder and sound more like old Scottish, but I think I could have done better.
4. What could have improved your scene performance?
We could have done more active performance like using more body languages. I guess we should have more practices.
5. How did the scene performance help you better understand the play.
While we were practicing, I had to analyze what my character thinks and what this scene is about. This made me better understand the play.