Fitzgerald's use of color is prevalent throughout his greatest work, The Great Gatsby.
This graphic organizer asks students to trace the author's use of color and find common threads within each chapter. The analysis comes from deciphering the symbolism for each common thread.
I ask students to make one entry per chapter, but they must maintain it through the reading of the entire book and submit at the end or use it as a primary source for an essay.
The document is uploaded as a Word document so you may scaffold or alter to fit your lesson plans and instruction or to use electronically so the boxes may expand as students type their responses.
Please see the other file in this store for the same document with scaffolding.