The test comprises four sections. The first section has ten matching characters to descriptions. The second part contains 60 multiple-choice questions separated by act. In the third section, students match four characters to five quotes and then briefly explain the significance of each respective quote. In the fourth part, students are directed to choose a character and explain how it is dynamic within context of the drama. This assessment was designed for ninth or tenth grade average levels.
Twenty years in three states and four countries other than the U.S. I started out teaching ESL/EFL, but the last ten years have seen me specialize in IB English A1 HL. I have taught nearly every grade level and competency at the high school level.