This guide goes along with John Green's (yes, that John Green) episodes of Crash Course Literature about "One Hundred Years of Solitude
" (episodes 306-307). It is designed to help students make sense and organize fast-talking John Green's ideas about Gabriel Garcia Marquez's novel.
The guide is organized in the Cornell Notes format, with a vocabulary, questions, and summary section. The answer key includes suggested vocab words with definitions, answers to questions, and an example summary.
Perfect for homework, in-class viewing, or review! This is a great video to engage and entertain students, while also introducing valuable insights about magical realism, Neocolonialism, and other important themes of the novel.
You can watch the video here.
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