Work with a partner to find a 3 passages in the first three chapters that defines the cultural context surrounding and within The Great Gatsby. Find one passage that defines differences how people of different races and ethnic backgrounds depicted in the text. Find one passage that defines differences how people of different genders are depicted in the text. Find one passage that defines a characteristic of the cultural context unique to the sass within The Great Gatsby. You will find 3 total passages.
You will type or cut and paste the passage into a word document, then revive at least 2-3 sentences for EACH passage explaining how the passage reflects the cultural context of the 1 ass’s. At the top right of the document, the heading will include both partners’ names, my name, the class period, and the date. Each student will submit their own completed activity by email to [email protected] Du An online version Of The Great Gatsby can be found at http://www. Blockhouse’s. Mom/fiction/great-Gatsby/ Answers Madeline Sensual & Dailies Daniel 9. 15. 14 per. I Mr.. Abdullah Question: Find one passage that defines differences how people of different genders re depicted in the text. Passage: “Making a short deft movement Tom Buchanan broke her nose with his open hand. ” Explanation: Domestic abuse wasn’t that big of a deal since women didn’t have any rights at the time. Find one passage that defines differences how people Of different races and ethnic background depicted in the text.
Passage: ‘Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone,” he told me, “just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had. “. What this is basically saying is that his father was telling him that he grew up tit many more opportunities than most of the kids or people his age and that he shouldn’t judge them because you don’t know how they were or what they went through when they were growing up.
Find one passage that defines a characteristic of the cultural context unique to the 1 sass within The Great Gatsby. Passage: ‘Mrs.. Wilson enthusiastically. ‘ & ‘At this point Miss Baker said… ‘ In the passage, I mostly focused on the Mrs.. & Miss. Because back in the 1920 it was really a big deal. But now a days it doesn’t really matter if you are Ms. Mrs.. Or a Miss just because it’s not that big of a deal if you’re married or not.