In honor of the new film, we update an old post with new resources and teaching ideas. Do your students still relate to Gatsby and see the “flawed world” of America today in Fitzgerald’s portrait of the Jazz Age?
If you aren't using this already...start! Great for Social Studies and Science teachers (and reading teachers) who need to check to make sure that the readings in class are at the appropriate level! Use for newspaper articles, book excerpts, and more!
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Andrew Hodges's insight:
A fantastic resource that will only get better with time for math teachers of all grades!
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