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…and comment on the various symbols in The Great Gatsby, including the eyes of Doctor T.J. Eckleburg, the valley of ashes, and the light at the end of the dock* Compare and contrast Tom Buchanan and Jay Gatsby* Offer an opinion as to whether Gatsby is a tragic figure, and provide evidence to support…

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The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, depicts the downside of the American dream. The Teaching Unit for The Great Gatsby gives you a comprehensive academic framework that saves you hours of prep work. You can rely on this well-researched unit as a strong base for your lesson plan — it was…

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…teach will get your students another step closer to their goal of college and career readiness. This Levels of Understanding guide to The Great Gatsby contains units comprised of five types of questions, from the lowest level of Bloom's hierarchy of skills to the highest: * Comprehension questions…

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…at any level to actively think about what they are reading in new and engaging ways. This Multiple Critical Perspectives resource for The Great Gatsby comes with: * Mythological/Archetypal Theory;* Feminist Theory; and* Marxist Theory. This is the pdf downloadable version of the Multiple Critical…

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The Great Gatsby is the story of Nick Carraway and the summer he met Jay Gatsby, a mysterious millionaire who longs to repeat the past. This title-specific packet contains dozens of activities that will help students think about literature in novel ways while learning about literary elements such as…

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The Great Gatsby follows the lives of an array of characters, living in Long Island during the early 1920s, and their encounters with love, greed, betrayal, and the quest for the ever-elusive American Dream. This AP* Literature Teaching Unit helps you teach The Great Gatsby and at the same time…

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…simple work detailing the moral decline of upper-class American society during the Roaring Twenties. Your classes will examine the dreams of Jay Gatsby and the energy and enthusiasm that drive him and make him feel superior to the idle rich. Students can explore a variety of themes, including the…

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The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, depicts the downside of the American dream. The Teaching Unit for The Great Gatsby gives you a comprehensive academic framework that saves you hours of prep work. You can rely on this well-researched unit as a strong base for your lesson plan — it was…

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Teach all of the most popular literature title with LitPlan Teacher Packs—comprehensive step-by-step literature guides that are perfect for the novice teacher, the seasoned professional, and every teacher in between. Each standards-based LitPlan Teacher Pack contains over 150 pages of…

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The Great Gatsby follows the lives of an array of characters, living in Long Island during the early 1920s, and their encounters with love, greed, betrayal, and the quest for the ever-elusive American Dream. This AP* Literature Teaching Unit helps you teach The Great Gatsby and at the same time…

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…they are studying. Take their understanding and enjoyment to a whole new level with the Thematic Ideas Wrap-Up Activity eLesson from The Great Gatsby Activity Pack. Each interactive, hands-on activity contains clear-cut directions to promote energetic interactions in your classroom (3 pages).

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Because Gatsby is so rich with background information, symbolism, and themes, The great gatsby Power Presentation: Lead-Ins to Literature is extra large—double the size of the other presentations! In addition, it is presented in the popular PowerPoint format so you can customize your teaching…

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