I would be leery of anything that says "Made for the Common Core" because I think it is a misinterpretation or an incorrect understanding of the educational process. First of all, it might not be appropriate for your students, and it may not have the goals and objectives that you are looking for in your own students.
The CCSS are nothing more than standards. If CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.11-12.1 requests to "Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text, including determining where the text leaves matters uncertain" I don't think you have to look outside your own experience, skills, and background. .I think most teachers could easily make a lesson plan in 10-15 min with those goals and objectives. If you teach to standards, your own class preparation should be 10-15 min of the class period, and the rest of the class time is devoted to practicing, enforcing, internalizing, and developing those standards through tasks the students must complete. Then save that lesson plan for future classes.
Plus one can not forget to properly assess those skills within the class period with some type of exit ticket or short task.
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I don't have anything on Macbeth in particular, but there are a number of web sites where teachers can share lessons that designed to meet Common Core standards.
http://commoncore.americaachieves.org/ Register as a new user and you can view videos of master teachers teaching the Core, download editable lesson plans that are Common Core aligned, and view lists of reputable web sites that will help you align your practice to the Core.
http://www.sharemylesson.com/ There are close to 300,000 lessons on this site, and many are exemplar lessons for the Common Core.
http://udlexchange.cast.org/home This site has hundreds of lessons that are both Common Core aligned and designed using the principles of Universal Design for Learning, which allows all students to access rigorous curriculum.
Hope you can find something!
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