In what ways do you act like a different person when you’re with different people (like your parents, friends, teacher, football coach, small children, etc)? Is changing “who you are” just a way of adjusting to social situations, or is it a little crazy?
Then log on to Google Classroom and follow the link to Listenwise. The class code is also on classroom. Listen to the article and answer the questions that follow. Do you see similarities between Gatsby and "Rockefeller"?
Finish the book! And prepare for our fourth Socratic seminar which will be tomorrow on the following prompt:
F. Scott Fitzgerald once said, “Show me a hero and I’ll write you a tragedy.” With that in mind, is Gatsby a heroic figure or a tragic figure? What about Nick? Can a character be both tragic and heroic?