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The Great Gatsby, By F Scott Fitzgerald, Table of Contents. Suggestions and Expectations 3, List of Skills 4, Synopsis Author Biography 5. Student Checklist 6, Reproducible Student Booklet 7. Answer Key 56, About the author Joel Michel Reed has over 50 published novel studies and is the. co author of three novels For more information on his work and literature you can. check out his website by visiting the following link www novel studies org. Copyright 2017 Joel Reed, All rights reserved by author.
Permission to copy for single classroom use only, Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display, The Great Gatsby, By F Scott Fitzgerald. Suggestions and Expectations, This curriculum unit can be used in a variety of ways Each section of the novel study. focuses on one chapter of The Great Gatsby and is comprised of five of the following. different activities, Before You Read, Vocabulary Building. Comprehension Questions, Language Activities, Extension Activities.
Links with the Common Core Standards U S, Many of the activities included in this curriculum unit are supported by the Common. Core Standards For instance the Reading Standards for Literature Grade 5 makes. reference to, a determining the meaning of words and phrases including figurative language. b explaining how a series of chapters fits together to provide the overall structure. c compare and contrast two characters, d determine how characters respond to challenges. e drawing inferences from the text, f determining a theme of a story and many others. A principal expectation of the unit is that students will develop their skills in reading. writing listening and oral communication as well as in reasoning and critical thinking. Students will also be expected to provide clear answers to questions and well. constructed explanations It is critical as well that students be able to relate events and. the feelings of characters to their own lives and experiences and describe their own. interpretation of a particular passage, A strength of the unit is that students can work on the activities at their own pace Every.
activity need not be completed by all students A portfolio cover is included p 7 so. that students may organize their work and keep it all in one place A Student Checklist. is also included p 6 so that a record of completed work may be recorded. The Great Gatsby, By F Scott Fitzgerald, List of Skills. Vocabulary Development, 1 Locating descriptive words phrases 7 Use of singular plural nouns. 2 Listing synonyms homonyms 8 Listing compound words. 3 Identifying creating alliteration 9 Identifying parts of speech. 4 Use of capitals and punctuation 10 Determining alphabetical order. 5 Identifying syllables 11 Identify personification. 6 Identify anagrams 12 Identify create similes, Setting Activities. 1 Summarize the details of a setting, Plot Activities. 1 Complete a time line of events 4 Completing a story pyramid. 2 Identify conflict in the story 5 Identify the climax of the novel. 3 Complete Five W s Chart, Character Activities, 1 Determine character traits 2 Relating personal experiences.
Creative and Critical Thinking, 1 Research assignments 6 Write a description of personal feelings. 2 Write a newspaper story 7 Write a book review, 3 Participate in a talk show 8 Complete an observation sheet. 4 Conduct an interview 9 Write a history report, 5 Write a short story. Art Activities, 1 A Storyboard 4 Design a cover for the novel. 2 Create a mural 5 Create a comic strip, 3 Create a topical sketch 6 Casting a feature film.
The Great Gatsby, By F Scott Fitzgerald, There was music from my neighbour s house through the summer nights In his blue. gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the. champagne and the stars, Everybody who is anybody is seen at the glittering parties held in millionaire Jay. Gatsby s mansion in West Egg east of New York The riotous throng congregates in his. sumptuous garden coolly debating Gatsby s origins and mysterious past None of the. frivolous socialites understands him and among various rumours is the conviction that. he killed a man, A detached onlooker Gatsby is oblivious to the speculation he creates but always. seems to be watching and waiting though no one knows what for. A complete synopsis and other helpful reviews can be found on the following website. https en wikipedia org wiki The Great Gatsby Website contains plot spoilers. Author Biography, F Scott Fitzgerald, Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald September 24 1896 December 21. 1940 known professionally as F Scott Fitzgerald was an American. novelist and short story writer whose works illustrate the Jazz Age. While he achieved limited success in his lifetime he is now widely. regarded as one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century. Fitzgerald is considered a member of the Lost Generation of the. 1920s He finished four novels This Side of Paradise The Beautiful. and Damned and Tender Is The Night A fifth unfinished novel. The Love of the Last Tycoon was published posthumously. Biography courtesy of Wikipedia https en wikipedia org wiki F Scott Fitzgerald. The Great Gatsby, By F Scott Fitzgerald, Student Checklist.
Student Name, Assignment Grade Level Comments, The Great Gatsby. By F Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, By F Scott Fitzgerald. Before you read the chapter, Describe briefly what you know about the Roaring 20s 1920s. Vocabulary, Draw a straight line to connect the vocabulary word to its definition Remember to use a straight. edge like a ruler, 1 Resemblance A Insisting on immediate attention or obedience.
2 Phenomenon B A way in which two or more things are not alike. 3 Dissimilarity C Dignified and noble in appearance or manner. 4 Supercilious D Given felt or done in return, 5 Reciprocal E A way in which two or more things are alike. 6 Extemporize F Irritable and quarrelsome, 7 Peremptory G Continuing firmly in an opinion or action. 8 Persistent H A remarkable or unusual person or event. 9 Fractious I Compose music or speech without preparation. 10 Distinguished J Behaving or looking as though one thinks one. is superior to others, 1 Describe the setting of the story as Chapter One begins. 2 Which of the following three narratives is used in our novel The Great Gatsby. Be sure to give a reason for your choice, First Person Second Person Third Person. 3 What advice did Nick s father give him at the beginning of Chapter One. 4 How do you think it feels for Nick to move to a new city and start a new career. 5 In Chapter One we learn that Tom has a rather discriminatory outlook on how he views. the different races in the world Do you think a person s upbringing is what shapes his or. her views on topics such as race and equality Be sure to defend your answer. Language Activity, A There are many writers that enjoy using alliteration a literary device is where the author.
repeats the same sound at the beginning of several words Here s an example of an alliteration. grousing grouching grumbling griping about something or other. Using your imagination create your own examples of alliteration from the following topics. Each example must contain a minimum of three words. The sights of a party, The sounds of music, One from your own imagination. B A simile is a comparison using the words like or as The following is an example taken. from Chapter One I bought a dozen volumes on banking and credit and investment securities. and they stood on my shelf in red and gold like new money from the mint promising to unfold. the shining secrets that only Midas and Morgan and Maecenas knew. What two things are being compared in this example. Invent two of your own similes comparing two different things from your own imagination. C Homonyms, Homonyms are words which sound the same but have different meanings An example. is billed and build These chapters feature words which are examples of homonyms In. the chart below create sentences which show the meaning of each set of homonyms. Homonyms Sentence, Homonyms Sentence, 1 Patience, 2 Patients. Homonyms Sentence, D Copy out any three or four sentences from this section in the novel underlining the. nouns and circling the verbs, Extension Activity, Storyboard.
A storyboard is a series of pictures that tell about an important event in a story A. storyboard can tell the story of only one scene or the entire novel. Complete the storyboard below illustrating the events described in Chapter One You. may wish to practice your drawings on a separate piece of paper. The Great Gatsby By F Scott Fitzgerald Suggestions and Expectations This curriculum unit can be used in a variety of ways Each section of the novel study focuses on one chapter of The Great Gatsby and is comprised of five of the following different activities Before You Read Vocabulary Building Comprehension Questions

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