The Great Gatsby -- Color Connotation Lesson Plan & Handouts

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This is a lesson plan with associated handouts for a group assignment. Students will examine the significance of Fitzgerald's use of color in the novel The Great Gatsby.

NOTES: This lesson assumes that students have an understanding of the term "connotation" and it is necessary that students have read through at least Chapter 4 of the novel.

The lesson plan includes relevant Common Core State Standards, a warm-up activity, and an optional writing assignment as a follow-up activity.

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Teaching Duration
90 Minutes

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The Great Gatsby -- Color Connotation Lesson Plan & Handouts
The Great Gatsby -- Color Connotation Lesson Plan & Handouts
The Great Gatsby -- Color Connotation Lesson Plan & Handouts
The Great Gatsby -- Color Connotation Lesson Plan & Handouts
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