Vocabulary Study: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Vacuous, ineffable, hauteur. Languid, nebulous, somnambulatory. Pasquinade, supercilious, punctilious. The extraordinary and beautiful diction of The Great Gatsby is the focus of a series of vocabulary exercises designed to accompany a study of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s literary classic. Ten words from each chapter are defined and highlighted in the sentence in which they appear. Fill-in-the blank vocabulary quizzes for each chapter are also included, as is a comprehensive multiple choice test. The final resource in the packet is an AP-style prompt that asks writers to discuss Fitzgerald’s use of diction and imagery to develop his themes. A great addition to your Gatsby folder.

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CCSS: Adaptable

  • All words are presented in context and in the order they appear in the novel
  • A pronunciation guide, part of speech, and derivatives are also included
  • Lists and quizzes can be copied
  • A link to answer keys is provided for instructors

  • None
Common Core