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In this zip file are the PowerPoints for all nine chapters of The Great Gatsby and a PowerPoint talking about the major symbolism in The Great Gatsby. It also includes a quiz for chapters 1-4 of The Great Gatsby. Each PowerPoint takes at least 20 minutes to work through.
Who is using Sparknotes and who is actually reading closely? Use this 25-point quiz to assess your student's comprehension of Fitzgerald's novel. There are 11 fill-in-the-blank questions, and 24 descriptors of people, places, and items with a word bank. This only takes moments to grade since it is a
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A few years ago, I stopped giving comprehension quizzes for The Great Gatsby. Instead, I moved to analysis quizzes. Each quiz covers a portion of the text and focuses on a variety of skills, including analyzing character, symbolism, setting, figurative language, and literary devices. These quizzes c
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A few years ago, I stopped giving comprehension quizzes for The Great Gatsby. Instead, I moved to analysis quizzes. Each quiz covers a portion of the text and focuses on a variety of skills, including analyzing character, symbolism, setting, figurative language, and literary devices. These quizzes c
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This is a great activity to review for chapter quizzes and tests! These make a great substitute plan as well. Included are 24 questions, a key, and instructions for teachers to use, or to leave with a substitute. Task Cards coming for chapters 1-3 and 7-9 coming soon!
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This handout is to be used with chapter 4 of The Great Gatsby. This is a great resource to use to keep students engaged and accountable during a read-aloud or independent reading. There is a mixture of discussion questions, quote analysis, and figurative language analysis.
For every three chapters of The Great Gatsby, I designed a writing piece to go with it. For chapters four through six, students needed to focus on a literary device of some sort. Most likely, students utilized more than one literary device, but one had to be prominent throughout. The following item
Travis Tips: This wonderful worksheet sends students back to the text to consider The mystique of Gatsby -- Should We Trust Him? Another question raised: If we're judged by the friends we keep, what does that say about Gatsby? Effective when small groups work on this.
25 Questions over Chapters 4-5 to check reader's comprehension for F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby
Stop reinventing the vocabulary wheel! Included are 14 terms from chapters 4-6, a quiz, and the quiz key.
a simple quiz but also lends to discussion over "old money" and "new money"--- FREE! good for a do-now.
Scaffold literary analysis with film analysis using these student handouts for the 2013 film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. These guides are NOT mere comprehension questions; instead, these guides contain analysis questions to prompt students to analyze characterizations, auth
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Here is a creative way for students to demonstrate critical thinking with a close analysis of Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby.That last section of Chapter 6 of The Great Gatsby beginning “… One autumn night, five years before….” is so spectacular that it deserves its own activity. This activity challe
This is a great activity if your classes are reading The Great Gatsby and/or preparing for the New York State Common Core English Regents. After reading several small excerpts from the novel The Great Gatsby, students answer eight multiple-choice questions that have question stems based on part one
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Students can't have opinions about a novel unless they have read it! Here is a simple way to ensure that students have read and understood this novel. The quizzes are multiple choice: Ch. 1-3 14 questions; Ch. 4-5 14 questions; Ch. 6-7 14 questions; and Ch. 8-9 11 questions. Answers are provided.
Here you will find a blank, reproducible graphic organizer that requires students to keep track of setting, a chronological order of events, and important characters. Students will also need to give each chapter a title and subtitle, something Fitzgerald did not do. A suggested answer key is inclu
This is a list of challenging vocabulary words from Chapters 4-6 of The Great Gatsby that may trip students up. Recommended for use as a pre-reading set so students will recognize the words when they encounter them in the book. Words are in order of appearance. Part of speech is indicated, and commo
This graphic organizer asks students to track two separate themes. Documentation for each theme is required for the following segments of the novel: ch. 1-3, 4-6, and 7-9. After documenting evidence for each of the themes in those segments, students will use the provided sentence stem to explain how
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A few years ago, I stopped giving comprehension quizzes for The Great Gatsby. Instead, I moved to analysis quizzes. Each quiz covers a portion of the text and focuses on a variety of skills, including analyzing character, symbolism, setting, figurative language, and literary devices. These quizzes c
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A few years ago, I stopped giving comprehension quizzes for The Great Gatsby. Instead, I moved to analysis quizzes. Each quiz covers a portion of the text and focuses on a variety of skills, including analyzing character, symbolism, setting, figurative language, and literary devices. These quizzes c
This AP-style Rhetorical Analysis prompt asks students to analyze the guest list in Chapter 4 of the Great Gatsby. An optional guided planning sheet is included for scaffolding.
A graphic organizer, model paragraph, and description of task/rubric for a short writing assignment suitable around ch 4.
While it might seem odd that all I have to offer on TpT from teaching The Great Gatsby is two unrelated items: an extravagant party plan and a Ch. 4-6 quiz. However, that goes to show how much is available out there for a novel like The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald. The party plan is a cool
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This chart requires students to identify and analyze the effect of figurative language used in chapter four of The Great Gatsby. Students are given four lines of text and they must identify which literary device is being used and explain what effect it has on the text. Students have blank spaces whe

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