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The Great Gatsby Summative Assessment

Unit 6: The Great Gatsby
Lesson 23 of 24

Objective: SWBAT write arguments to support claims in an analysis of The Great Gatsby using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.

Big Idea: Summative Assessment qualifies knowledge of The Great Gatsby.

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English / Language Arts, connotation, test, figurative language, sat, fiction
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