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Section 7 Colors and Personality
Fitzgerald uses colors symbolically as indicators of personality in his characters. Color can tell a careful reader much about who a character is, and what his or her personality is like. Locate two places where color is used significantly to reveal or reinforce an idea about a character’s personality, and explain how color is used in context to give a reader a deeper understanding.


Quotation(s) about color and character

Context within the novel where color is mentioned

Explanation of what the use of color contributes to a reader’s knowledge of the character’s personality.


Section 8 AdditionalSymbolisms
In addition to color symbolism, Fitzgerald weaves other significant symbols throughout the work. Select two symbols (outside of the color) and connect their significance to major themes within the work. Please use the theme statements created in Section 6.


Textual evidence and page number of symbol #1 in the novel.


Connecting theme statement

Commentary explaining how the symbol supports the thematic idea throughout the novel.

Textual evidence and page number of symbol #2 in the novel.


Connecting theme statement

Commentary explaining how the symbol supports the thematic idea throughout the novel.




Section 9 Author’s Style
In literature, an author writes in a particular style in order to convey meaning. Elements of style may include diction (word choice), syntax (sentence structure), or point of view, all of which establish the tone (attitude of the writer or narrator towards the subject). In the following space, record how Fitzgerald describes three important settings in the novel and how those choices affect the tone.


Textual evidence (concrete details) that describe a significant setting

1.


Commentary on how the stylistic choices affect the tone

1.


2.



2.


3.


3.

Section 10 Evaluation


Evaluation of the Work: In a 7-10 sentence paragraph, discuss whether or not we still have the same social and economic class issues that are explored in The Great Gatsby.





AP Literature & Composition Summer Reading Assignment Grading Rubric-The Great Gatsby
***Include page numbers for ALL examples and pieces of textual evidence.




Advanced

Proficient

Minimal

Unacceptable

Section 1:

Terms

(5 pts.)

All of the terms are defined and clearly tied to 20th century context.

(5 pts.)

Most terms are defined, but the definition may not have a clear connection to the 20th century.

(4-3 pts.)

Definitions are unclear, do not tie to the work or time period.

(2 pts.)

Work is incomplete, incoherent, or lacks

key components.

(1-0 pts.)

Section 2:

Characterization

(10 pts.)

Three accurate and clear concrete details are given for each character; clear and accurate commentary that is in-depth is tied to each detail; page #’s are included.

(10 pts.)

Accurate and clear concrete details are given for each character with minor errors such as a weak detail; commentary is clear and does not paraphrase the evidence; page #’s are included.

(9-7 pts.)

Details are missing or not fully given; commentary is primarily paraphrased and lacks depth; page #’ are missing.

(6-4 pts.)

Work is incomplete, missing details and/or commentary; it may be incoherent.

(3-0 pts.)

Section 3:

Flashbacks

(15 pts.)

Three separate accurate flashbacks are given with distinct and in-depth commentary that explains the development of the character for each flashback; no repetition of ideas.

(15-12 pts.)

Three separate flashbacks are given with commentary that explains the development of the character for each flashback; no repetition of ideas.

(11-8 pts.)

Flashbacks are merely listed; may not be clear; commentary is repetitive or is merely paraphrased.

(7-4 pts.)

Work is incomplete; missing components or development is superficial or unclear.

(3-0 pts.)

Section 4:

Setting & Characterization

(20 pts.)

Three separate accurate and clear guest descriptions are given; accurate textual evidence supports the details; conclusions are in-depth commentary expressed in 2-3 clear sentences.

(20-16 pts.)

Three separate guest

Descriptions are given; accurate textual evidence supports the details; conclusions are commentary expressed in 2-3 clear sentences and not merely paraphrased.

(15-11 pts.)

Guest descriptions are given; details may not be textual support or partially inaccurate; conclusions are not in complete sentences or include paraphrase instead of commentary.

(10-6 pts.)

Work is incomplete; missing components or development is superficial or unclear.

(5-0 pts.)

Section 5:

Characterization/

Textual evidence

(10 pts.)

A complete paragraph includes two accurate embedded pieces of textual evidence with a clear, accurate, and in-depth commentary to support the changes within the character.

(10-9 pts.)

A complete paragraph includes two accurate embedded pieces of textual evidence with a clear and accurate commentary to support the changes within the character without paraphrasing.

(8-7 pts.)

Paragraph includes textual evidence that may be embedded incorrectly or one piece of evidence is accurate or unclear; commentary is included, but contains inaccuracies or paraphrase.

(6-4 pts.)

Not written in complete sentences; lacks part of the requirements of the paragraph; missing textual evidence; commentary is missing or pure paraphrase.

(3-0 pts.)


Section 6:

Theme

(10 pts.)

Five different clear themes are listed; three clear theme statements are written without formal writing errors or repetition.

(10-9 pts.)

Five themes are listed; three clear theme statements are written with minimal formal writing errors; ideas are not repeated.

(8-7 pts.)

Five themes are listed; theme statements are not complete and include multiple formal writing errors; ideas are slightly repetitive.

(6-4 pts.)

Work is incomplete; missing components or development is superficial or unclear.

(3-0 pts.)

Section 7:

Color

Symbolism

(10 pts.)

Two examples with clear textual evidence are provided with accurate connection to the context of the scene; commentary that explains the connection to a character’s personality is clear, accurate, and in-depth for each.

(10-9 pts.)

Two examples with textual evidence are provided with a connection to the context of the scene; commentary that explains the connection to a character’s personality is accurate for each.

(8-7 pts.)

Two are given, but paraphrase may only be given in lieu of clear textual evidence with no connection to the context of the scene; commentary may be unclear or contain paraphrase.

(6-4 pts.)

Work is incomplete; missing components or development is superficial or unclear;

(3-0 pts.)

Section 8:

Symbolism

(10 pts.)

Two additional symbols with clear textual evidence are provided with accurate connections to a specific theme from section 6; commentary is clear, accurate, and in-depth for each.

(10-9 pts.)

Two additional symbols with textual evidence are provided with connections to a specific theme from section 6; commentary is clear and accurate for each.

(8-7 pts.)

Two additional symbols are listed and tied to a theme from section 6; commentary is limited or contains paraphrase.

(6-4 pts.)

Work is incomplete; missing components or developments is superficial or unclear; a theme is not connected.

(3-0 pts.)

Section 9:

Author’ Style

(15 pts.)

Three separate stylistic choices are given with distinct and in-depth commentary that explains the connection to different tones; no repetition of ideas.

(15-12 pts.)

Three separate stylistic choices are given with commentary that explains the connection to different tones; no repetition of ideas.

(11-8 pts.)

Stylistic choices are merely listed; connections to tone are either inaccurate or repetitive.

(7-4 pts.)

Work is incomplete; missing components or development is superficial or unclear.

(3-0 pts.)

Section 10:

Literary Merit

(10 pts.)

A complete paragraph includes an in-depth discussion of social and economic class issues that ties to modern society and the novel as a whole.

(10-9 pts.)

A complete paragraph includes discussion of social and economic class issues that ties to modern society and the novel as a whole.

(8-7 pts.)

The paragraph’s discussion may lack discussion of one of the issues or does not have a clear connection to the novel and/or modern society.

(6-4 pts.)

Not written in complete sentences; lacks part of the requirements of the paragraph; ideas are incoherent and lack clear connections.

(3-0 pts.)

Section

Totals:













Section Comments:













Final Grade

______/115 pts.












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