The Great Gatsby Assessments For your end-of-the-unit assessment, you will choose projects from the list below. CP will choose one project, while honors will choose two. These will be due on 1. Political Cartoon Analysis a. Analyze 8 of the 15 political cartoons on the PDF. Number and answer each of the questions that appear on the first page of the file. Your analysis should be at least 500 words total. b. 2. Complete one of the two Final Writing Prompts on Academic Merit’s Literary Companion for The Great Gatsby. Your essay should be at least two pages, double spaced, 12-point font with intext citations. Academic Merit rubric will be used. At least 500 words. 3. Write a movie review a. Write a movie review for The Great Gatsby. Include your likes and dislikes, what was the same and what was different. Were the characters like you imagined them to be? Was anything missing or added? Evaluate those elements. If you disliked anything, how would you have done it differently (scenes, words, cast, music, wardrobe, etc.)? Essays should be at least 500 words. 4. Movie vs. Novel a. Pick one character, theme or motif/symbol from the Great Gatsby. How was it/he/she portrayed differently from the book to the movie? Would you have done anything differently? At least 500 words. 5. 1920s Journal a. Create 5 journal entries in the voice and diction of someone from the 1920s, each at least 100 words each. DO NOT PICK NICK. You can pretend to be a character in the novel or invent your own character. You must correctly use 25 of our vocabulary words. Please bold or underline and use context clues. Please double-space your entries with 12-point font. Avoid talking too much about what has already been discussed in the novel. Instead, try to fill in the perceived gaps Nick leaves in the story.