The Great Gatsby eNotes Teaching Guide
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This 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 a richly atmospheric Jazz Age setting and examine issues of American identity and values that continue to be relevant today.
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Our eNotes Teaching Guides have been designed to help first-time and veteran teachers open up classic works of literature for their students. Each guide provides creative and practical approaches to teaching the text, as well as rich background information, key plot points, and recommended texts.
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