“The Great Gatsby” – By F. Scott Fitzgerald
This classic tale, set in the exciting backdrop of the 1920’s, surrounds the sensational world and character of the mysterious Jay Gatsby. In a time of excessive indulgence, haughty rebellion, and explosive bursts of musical genres, the “Roaring 20’s” seemed full of promise and excitement. The Gatsby mansion is no exception, where a charming Jay Gatsby throws grossly extravagant parties and people come by the hundreds to lose themselves in the revelry. But indulgence can lead to corruption, greed, pride, and moral decay, as a group of intriguing characters find out when they are swept up in a strange dance of secrets and betrayal. Is trying to recreate the past an admirable endeavor, or an impossible dream with devastating consequences? The captivating Jay Gatsby is about to find out.
The Independent scholar presents a Christian based unit study guide for the book “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald. This Study includes:
– Reading comprehension questions
– Spelling/Vocabulary words
– Bible verses relevant to the story
– Many projects to choose from, including geography, art, history, cooking, writing and more!
Each Independent Scholar unit study guide incorporates cultural and historical facts that are relevant to the book being studied. This study guide focuses on:
-Where / What is our treasure
-Symbolism / Use of color
-The 1920’s (“The Roaring Twenties”)
This unit study guide is great for both individual and group use! It uses an easy lesson format that can be modified to fit all scheduling needs.
Study guide is 55 pages.
Answer guide is 64 pages.