Wizard of Oz.ppt - Section 5: Essay: Compare and Contrast the Great Gatsby to the Wizard of Oz

 
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Chapter 6 Review: The Man Behind the Curtain

Unit 6: The Great Gatsby
Lesson 14 of 24

Objective: SWBAT analyze multiple interpretations of a story by comparing and contrasting the character traits of The Great Gatsby to The Wizard of Oz.

Big Idea: How to make friends and influence people? Both the Great Gatsby and the Wizard of Oz perfect their persona.

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English / Language Arts, compare-and-contrast, connotation, persona, on, figurative language, sat, fiction
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