TheGreatGatsbyGroupWorkSetting - Name(s Whats in my City...

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Name(s): ________________ What’s in my City? The Great Gatsby Directions: There are three specific areas that need to be differentiated in The Great Gatsby in Chapters One-Two: East Egg-Chapter 1, West Egg-Chapter 1, and the Valley of Ashes-Chapter 2. Your group will focus on Fitzgerald’s diction and will be responsible for drawing a sketch of a hypothetical home in your assigned area. (Valley of Ashes group will focus on Wilson’s garage as the Wilsons live above it). In addition, you will answer the questions on this sheet based on your area for an upcoming presentation. Before you begin, decide who will draw? Name(s):___________ Who will record the answers to the questions? Name(s):___________ Who will present the picture and answers on __________? (Brief…two-three minutes) Name(s): ______________ Part I: The Picture…Your Area____________________ 1) Research (East Egg and West Egg ONLY): Look up images of a Colonial Georgian home and of the Hotel De Ville in Normandy. Take notes on both as they will help you distinguish between the wealth in East Egg and West Egg.
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