M5: The Great Gatsby. T3:Poetry. T8: Poetry. W8: The Great Gatsby. F1: Composition/ Essay Writing. **** All class topics are subject to change. **** All classes will be held in . Room 6. Miss . Smith: 5A .
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W.B. Yeats 5A: English M1: The Great Gatsby
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M5 The Great Gatsby T3Poetry T8 Poetry W8 The Great Gatsby F1 Composition Essay Writing All class topics are subject to change All classes will be held in Room 6 Miss Smith 5A ID: 627976 Download Presentation
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Background to. . The Great Gatsby. World War I. Post WWI. Standard of living increased for most. Americans abandoned small towns in exchange for urban living. Economy prospered as Americans tried to forget troubles of war.
The Roaring 20s. World War I ended in 1918. . Disillusioned because of the war, the generation that fought and survived has come to be called “the lost generation. .”. While the sense of loss was readily apparent among expatriate American artists who remained in Europe after the war, back home the disillusionment took a less obvious form. .
By F. Scott Fitzgerald. “They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old:. Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning. We will remember them.”.
FLT (1/25/2016) . Left . *Right*. Given film clip, anticipation guide, and discussion about consumerism . I will be able to consider how consumerism relates to the novel, . The Great Gatsby. . . _______________________________.
The American Dream. Theme. #105: Theme: The fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work. Sometimes said to be an underlying “message” of a story.. On the surface, . The Great Gatsby.
-Old Lifestyle- . -For love- . -American Dreams-. Casting. By: Stacia Kulakowski. Daisy Buchanan. Michelle Williams . as . Daisy Buchanan. . . The appearance is similar to Carey Mulligan. . “Despite her beauty and charm..” So, she would have to be beautiful. .
Gatsby: A Voyage into Greatness Gatsby: Day 1 Bellringer : Gatsby Vocab #1 Controversy Reflection/Synthesis Intro Preface & Anticipation Guide Begin The Great Gatsby : Ch. 1 The Great Gatsby Vocabulary
Tidbits. F. Scott Fitzgerald 1896-1940. Named after great uncle Frances Scott Key. From the . midwest. : St. Paul, MN. Married to Zelda Sayre - m 1930. The dominant influences on F. Scott Fitzgerald were aspiration, literature, Princeton, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, and alcohol. .