Julie Ferreira

Julie Ferreira
11th Grade ELA
83 Lessons
Taunton High
Taunton, MA
Student Environment:
Suburban
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The American Dream
 
Big Idea: The American Dream serves as a motivational force influencing personal decisions.
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The Dark Side of Desire
 
Big Idea: Ambition clouds moral aptitude leading down a darkened path.
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Gatsby Chapter 1:  The Evolution
 
Big Idea: Gatsby's "egg"-cellent adventure begins with a single green light.
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Chapter 1 Review:  The Character Notebook
 
Big Idea: Beyond the Green Light: Concentrating on Characterization
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Fitzgerald and The Modernists
 
Big Idea: Modernism makes mockery of American Dream.
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Chapter 2:  Myrtle's Apartment
 
Big Idea: The decadence of the 1920s is showcased through the relationship between Tom and Myrtle.
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Chapter 3: The Amusement Park
 
Big Idea: Empty gestures: Mood rings in reality
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Gatsby Characterization:  Fact vs. Fiction
 
Big Idea: Will the real Jay Gatsby please stand up?
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Quiz Review for Chapters 1-3
 
Big Idea: Testing Gatsby...One-two-three: Review of Chapters 1-3
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Chapters 1-3 Quiz/Read Chapter 4
 
Big Idea: Characterization unpeels Gatsby.
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Chapter 4 Review/Chapter 5:  The Secret of Castle Rackrent
 
Big Idea: Will Gatsby get game to woo Daisy?
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Chapter 5 Predictions
 
Big Idea: The way we were/are? Measuring accuracy of predictions
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Chapter 6: Gatsby's American Dream
 
Big Idea: Flashing back to the truth.
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Chapter 6 Review:  The Man Behind the Curtain
 
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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The Reliable/Unreliable Narrator
 
Big Idea: Call him irresponsible? Nick's depiction of events warrants some scrutiny.
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Chapter 7: The Death Car
 
Big Idea: Her voice was full of money: Daisy's impact on bankrupting Gatsby's American Dream
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Is It Love or Loot? Assessing Character Motivations
 
Big Idea: Gatsby's eye for Daisy proves to be blind.
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Prufrock and Gatsby: Modernist Men
 
Big Idea: Measuring life out with coffee spoons: Pitiful Prufrock bears a resemblance to the Great Gatsby.
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Chapter 8: The Holocaust Was Complete
 
Big Idea: Gatsby offers the ultimate sacrifice: his life.
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Socratic Seminar: The Climax to The Great Gatsby
 
Big Idea: The climax to The Great Gatsby proves to be as elusive as the green light.
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Analyzing Choice: the Resurfacing of Careless People
 
Big Idea: So we beat on: The inability to escape one's past pervades Gatsby's dream.
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Gatsby's Review:  Themes, Dreams, and Schemes
 
Big Idea: Boats against the current: Delving into The Great Gatsby to glean theme.
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The Great Gatsby Summative Assessment
 
Big Idea: Summative Assessment qualifies knowledge of The Great Gatsby.
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The Other Medium: Movie Interpretation of The Great Gatsby
 
Big Idea: Why don't we just watch the movie? Evaluating choice in literature.
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