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The Great Gatsby eNotes Lesson Plan
by eNotesLearning Objectives: By the end of this unit, students should be able to identify and discuss the first person narrative point of view of Nick Carraway and its importance to the story; discuss...
The Original eNotes Study Guide for The Great Gatsby
by eNotesThe first in a series of new study guides, "The eNotes Original Study Guide for The Great Gatsby" is a comprehensive tool perfect for use both in and outside of the classroom. It features:...
The Great Gatsby eNotes Reading Response Prompts
by eNotesSample Prompts: While the narrator was in college, people often shared their secrets with him because they knew he was not judgmental. Do you think finding fault with someone else’s behavior is...
What Your Teacher Wants You To Know About The Great Gatsby
by eNotesThe first in a new series of comprehensive study guides, "What Your Teacher Wants You To Know About The Great Gatsby" is an in-depth study guide that answers the questions students most often ask...
The Great Gatsby eNotes Teaching Guide
by eNotesThis guide highlights some of the most salient aspects of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby before you begin teaching. In teaching this text to your students, they'll gain insight into...
The Great Gatsby Reading Comprehension Quiz
by eNotesThis quiz contains reading comprehension questions for each chapter in The Great Gatsby.
Winter Dreams eNotes Reading Response Prompts
by eNotesWhat are the three fantasies Dexter often entertains in November? What do they reveal about him? What are some specific details that indicate Judy’s father is wealthy? Do you think she is aware of...
The Great Gatsby eNotes East Egg vs. West Egg Infographic
by eNotesFitzgerald based East Egg and West Egg on the real-life locales of Cow Neck and Great Neck, which are nestled on the Long Island Sound. This eNotes exclusive infographic highlights the differences...
The Great Gatsby eNotes Character Map Infographic
by eNotesThe Great Gatsby is widely considered one of the best novels of the Twentieth Century. Its vivid characters and memorable storyline have been captivating readers for decades. This character map...
The Great Gatsby eNotes Timeline Infographic
by eNotesWritten during the Jazz Age and the Prohibition Era, The Great Gatsby is notable for its lavish parties, torrid love affairs, and excessive drinking. This eNotes Timeline guides readers through the...
The Great Gatsby eNotes Premium Jazz Age Infographics
by eNotesThe Jazz Age was a wild, opulent, over the top time period characterized by huge parties, new fashions, and excessive amounts of booze. These premium eNotes infographics are available as a...
Great Gatsby Test
by McKinstry RoseTrue or False: Write “true” in the blank provided if the statement is true; write “false” if the statement is false. For a half point of extra credit, correct the false statements. (1 point each)...
The Great Gatsby Multiple Choice Test for an honors, AP level.
by Michael Stultz, M.A.The Great Gatsby Test The Great Gatsby is the words of an ex-patriot, meaning it was written by an author a. who hated America b. was kicked out of America c. lived outside America The original...
Slang of the 1920's w/s and key
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The Great Gatsby Reading Check
by Susan HurnTrue/False: Use a + for a true statement and a 0 for a false statement. A statement must be entirely true to be considered a true statement. The novel is set in and near New York City in the...
Great Gatsby Unit Test
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