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The novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald are rich in symbolism. The author uses symbolism as a literary device to convey core messages of his works in moments both monumental and small. One of the most talked about symbols in all of his novels is the mantle clock in “The Great Gatsby”. In Chapter 5 Jay Gatsby is visiting the home of Nick in which he is preparing to reunite with Daisy—Gatsby’s love interest and a woman who married another man while Gatsby was off in the world trying to make…

The novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald are rich in symbolism. The author uses symbolism as a literary device to convey core messages of his works in moments both monumental and small.

Quiz over Chapter 5 of The Great Gatsby, FREE document download for teachers

Literature Activities: Quiz over Chapter 5 of The Great Gatsby for Grade Eleventh Grade, Grade, Elementary, Classroom

Literary Analysis Made Easy!  Teach your students this easy step-by-step process for developing a rich, insightful, and well supported literary analysis. Breaking down this challenging process for students allows for further depth in each key area of a quality response!

Literary Analysis Made Easy (Digital and Printable!)

Literary Analysis Made Easy! Teach your students this easy step-by-step process for developing a rich, insightful, and well supported literary analysis. Breaking down this challenging process for students allows for further depth in each key area of a qua

FREEBIE!! I (hopefully) will be taking my students to see The Great Gatsby May 10th when the movie comes out, so here is a product I created that requires students to compare/contrast the novel and film using manila folders. PLEASE provide feedback if you decide to use it!! :)

The Great Gatsby Here is a product created that requires students to compare/contrast the novel and film using manila folders. PLEASE provide the teacher feedback if you decide to use it!

Quiz over Chapter 6 of The Great Gatsby, FREE document download for teachers

Literature Activities: Quiz over Chapter 6 of The Great Gatsby for Grade Eleventh Grade, Grade, Elementary, Classroom

Introduce your class to America’s literary renaissance with this extensive unit featuring Dickinson, Whitman, Emerson, Thoreau, Jacobs, Poe and Hawthorne. Includes a group research project, a variety of learning activities, quizzes, analysis questions, writing activities and a multiple choice test. All teacher notes and keys included. Common Core aligned. $

American Romantic and Transcendentalist Writers Unit

Introduce your class to America’s literary renaissance with this extensive unit featuring Dickinson, Whitman, Emerson, Thoreau, Jacobs, Poe and Hawthorne. Includes a group research project, a variety of learning activities, quizzes, analysis questions, writing activities and a multiple choice test. All teacher notes and keys included. Common Core aligned. $

FREE! Analyzing Theme for Any Novel - This works as a final essay blueprint for any novel or fictional text. This essay asks students to analyze how the theme of the story emerges, how it is refined, and how it is fully developed by the end of the novel.  This download includes a student handout sheet with room for brainstorming, an essay outline, and a graphic organizer.

This Free CCSS Aligned essay includes a student handout sheet with space for brainstorming ideas, an essay outline and a graphic organizer! Great resource for final essays (Novel or Fictional text)

This Literature Guide for The Great Gatsby contains 123 pages of student coursework, quizzes, tests, and teacher guides aligned with tenth through twelfth grade English / Language Arts content standards.

The Great Gatsby Literature Guide: Common Core Aligned Teaching Guide

This Literature Guide for The Great Gatsby contains 123 pages of student coursework, quizzes, tests, and teacher guides aligned with tenth through twelfth grade English / Language Arts content standards.

Hold your teens accountable as they read F. Scott Fitzgerald's masterpiece, The Great Gatsby. Click HERE for one-question quizzers.

The Great Gatsby – Keep Kids Reading with Quizzers (chapter-by-chapter)

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VIDEO: Teaching students to use textual evidence is a key component of the Common Core. Learn how to teach students to cite textual evidence, engage in collaborative discussions and draw evidence from literary text in preparation for writing.

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