Nine posts with new ideas for teaching The Great Gatsby
If you need to reboot, refresh, and/or reignite your Great Gatsby lesson planning, you’ve landed in the right place! This summer, I’ve published nine brand new posts that feature lesson ideas, context builders, text pairings, and other resources. Why the Gatsby obsession? Well, since I finished the school year in May with The Great Gatsby, I started summer still on the Gatsby high.
But guess what? I haven’t come down yet.
I’m still reading, pondering, and posting about my new all-time-favorite novel. In fact, I’m now listening to So We Read On: How the Great Gatsby Came to Be and Why It Endures by Maureen Corrigan on Audible and it. is. wonderful. I highly recommend!
Anyway, this week I’m sharing links to all my Gatsby-related posts I published this summer. Plan to see more this fall (including a review of Corrigan’s book!) since I don’t see my crush ending any time soon!
That’s all for now. My school starts on Tuesday, August 24, so I’m spending the final week and a half of summer planning, creating, reading, and relaxing a bit. I plan to be adding a few posts until then that address some favorite back-to-school activities, including some ICE-BREAKER POETRY!
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