Teaching "Gatsby" in the classroom

05/15/2013 | Edutopia.org

"The Great Gatsby" is making headlines for its blockbuster film adaptation, but Florida teacher Lee Ann Spillane writes that excitement about the movie may not translate into similar feelings for the book. In this blog post, she offers some tips for using technology to teach students about the classic novel, including using the search function of Google Books to trace patterns in text and draw hypotheses.

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