The Great Gatsby Chapter 3 Activities: Fitzgerald's Language and Purpose

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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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Love this resource - students really have to focus on Fitzgerald's language and what he's trying to achieve in these passages.
It was a great way to get students engaged and interacted with the text to allow them to think about The Great Gatsby a little differently.
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Tackle Chapter 3 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's American classic The Great Gatsby with these activities that will challenge your students to go beyond comprehension and into critical thinking.

This resource gets you two separate activities - in both PRINT and DIGITAL versions -for Chapter 3:

-Analysis of Fitzgerald's word choice and its effect on the mood of the party

-Analysis of Fitzgerald's purpose in including key elements/passages of the party

-THOROUGH ANSWER KEY for your reference :)

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