Check students’ comprehension of The Great Gatsby with this comprehensive objective test.
--This test is 23 pages (including answer sheets and key)
--I create an attractive layout and use clear font.
--Created with Word, editable
--There are 110 multiple choice questions.
30. Nick describes the partygoers at Gatsby’s as behaving “according to the rules of behavior associated with ________.”
a. A Broadway musical
b. A mafia meeting
c. An amusement park
d. The Coney Island boardwalk
77. “Can’t repeat the past?”…. “Why of course you can!” Why does Gatsby make this exclamation?
a. Nick suggests that Daisy doesn’t love Gatsby anymore.
b. Nick suggests that Daisy’s past with Tom has solidified their relationship.
c. Nick comments that Gatsby’s very first party was his best.
d. Nick remarks that Gatsby can’t reproduce the love relationship he originally had with Daisy.
--There are two bonus multiple choice questions.
--At the end are five personal essay prompts with instructions directing students to choose one.
1. Do you admire Jay Gatsby for sustaining his incorruptible dream? Why or Why not?
2. If you could have a conversation with Daisy, what would you say? How do you think she would respond to your questions and statements?
--To ease grading, there are separate answer sheets.
--An answer key is included.
--There are three graphics:
an art deco accent, Betty Boop, and a 20’s roadster.
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