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Example Worksheet 2 - Symbolism in The Great Gatsby
Updated: 6/12/2017
Example Worksheet 2 - Symbolism in The Great Gatsby
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Reading Between the Lines: Themes, Symbols, & Motifs

By Rebecca Ray

One of the beautiful things about stories are the underlying lessons, morals, or critiques they contain. Teaching students to identify these hidden messages brings greater depth to their literary experiences. Storyboarding is a great way to teach the concept of themes, symbols, or motifs. It allow the visuals or symbols to tell the stories, making the ideas easy for students to understand and expound upon. With storyboards, students can reflect abstract ideas in a concrete manner, a useful tool for middle school or high school students.




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Example storyboard Worksheet 2 - Symbolism examples in The Great Gatsby

Storyboard Text

  • SYMBOLISM
  • GREEN LIGHT
  • OVERLOOKING EYES
  • OMINOUS WEATHER
  • VALLEY OF ASHES
  • EAST vs. WEST
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