You need to read and prepare Act 4 Scene 1 (Lines 1-126/127 - depends on your edition of the book - basically until the witches say "so depart!")
Choose a role for each person. If you have more than 8, find a way to split things up so all 9 people have lines.
You will need to make a plan for the blocking (the stage directions.) For example, where is Macbeth going to enter from? Where are the apparitions going to be before they appear? etc
You will need to collect and organize the "props" in class--all the ingredient illustrations you and your peers are doing for homework. Make sure you have a plan for how/when you will throw them in the cauldron.
I will give you 20-30 minutes in class to coordinate with your group, and then we will perform.
You do not need to memorize the lines but you should be familiar with them. If you DID memorize some lines that would definitely be impressive and I would take that into consideration!...
The more effort and coordination you put into this, the more extra credit I will give. If I get weak, lazy performances, the extra credit will be minimal...
It doesn't have to be perfect Shakespearean acting, but I need to see the effort! And have FUN!!
Think about...Costumes!? Stage directions!? Voices?! Adding drama!? Special effects?!
I have a cauldron prop to use, and I am going to bring some cool lighting to add a spooky effect.