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A pretest that covers common literary elements. Students must be able to read a passage and figure out which element is being applied.
Grades:
6th - 8th
This a selected response test to assess students prior knowledge of literary elements including the parts the plot, characterization, theme, point of view and dialogue and should be used at the beginning of a reading unit that focuses on these terms. Question types include multiple choice, short ans
Grades:
6th - 8th
This Bundle contains the Literary Elements - The Ones You Need to Know PowerPoint, as well as the Pre-test and Post-test.Literary Elements - The Ones You Need to Know PowerPoint:This visually appealing PowerPoint address 17 of the most common literary elements that are used in literature. These are
This document includes both a pre-test and a post-test of the literary elements that are included in my Literary Elements - The Ones You Need to Know Powerpoint. I have used this every year with middle school and high school students - general ed, special ed, and ENL students.
A quiz to determine previous knowledge of literary elements. Can also be used as a post quiz.
This is a 3-page, 30 multiple-choice and true or false question test assessing the students' understanding of the eight literary elements: Plot, Setting, Conflict, Point of View, Character and Characterization, Tone and Mood, Theme, and Figurative Language/Devices. It is intended to be used after th
The perfect review for testing, this packet includes definition worksheets, short answer, and multiple choice examples to reinforce your students' knowledge of the elements of literature. It also functions as a pretest to evaluate student background at the beginning of the school year. Packets f
This comprehensive, 80 question test assesses student' knowledge on literary elements, vocabulary, parts of speech, grammar, and elements of drama which can be used in 9th through 12th grade English classes. It can also by used as the post-test for collecting data about student growth. An answer key
This pretest is designed to create anticipation for the novel. The questions give clues as to the plot, characters, conflicts, and other literary elements used by the author Agatha Christie.
Grades:
9th - 12th
A student-centered activity which activates prior knowledge of the following literary terms: protagonist, character traits, exposition, rising action, foreshadowing, point of view, theme, and situational irony. Can be used for acceleration lessons, IEP support, absent students, pretest review, spi
I’m so excited to share this bundle with you, as it is time-tested to help my students learn SO MANY MORE of these terms without devoting hours and hours of class time to each of them. It includes a list of 80 words you can implement immediately with your students to learn key literary devices an
Help promote reading comprehension and understanding among your middle school students with this introduction to short stories. Through the use of this short story resource, teachers can review literary terms, short story elements, and figurative language. These resources are Google app™ ready and c
This is a bundle of literary terms quizzes including 40 weekly quizzes over 10 random words from the list as well as a pre-test and four quarter tests covering 50 of the most commonly used literary elements. All quizzes have answer keys included. Use this in conjunction with literary devices (eleme
This assignment is meant to review literary elements such as setting, protagonist, and antagonist. It could also be used as a warm up or pre-test to assess students' prior knowledge. This can be used with ANY movie, book, or TV show, giving students choice and engaging them! An editable Google Docs
This test is one that I give as a pre-test at the beginning of the year and again as a post-test at the end of the year. Students are always surprised at how much they learn. I save their pre-tests to hand back with their graded post-tests to really drive that point home!
Grades:
6th - 8th
DIGITAL FORMAT INCLUDED (Google slides/forms compatible)This is a simulation of the Literary Analysis Section of the PARCC Test. Included:- "Learning to Read" poem- "Scholarship Jacket" short story -10 A/B type questions requiring evidence to support the answer.1 Writing Prompt with a graphic organ
Help promote reading comprehension and understanding among your middle school students with this short story unit. Through the use of these short story resources, teachers can incorporate literary terms, writing prompts, and text-to-world connections. These resources are Google app™ ready and can be
9 Grammar and English Google Form Quizzes for assessing and/or Distance Learning!Topics are:Parts of SpeechCommasCapitalizationSentence PunctuationTypes of Sentences (Declarative, etc...)Genres of LiteratureLiterary Elements (Plot, Types of Conflict...)NounsVerbsLinks are below if you wish to see mo
Grades:
4th - 6th
This alphabetized list includes 194 literary devices and their definitions, as well as examples for many of the terms to make teaching them a bit easier. A separate list/outline of the common literary elements found in fiction is included separately. Also included are separate pages with just the te
The Literary Terms Unit is designed for students to master knowledge and fluency of fundamental terms used for literature instruction and analysis. This unit is not literature content specific, and can be used effectively and efficiently in any literature study curriculum. The micro unit include
This pre-assessment is ideal for middle school English or Reading classrooms and will give teachers a quick overview of students’ strengths and needs. Using 3 short excerpts from popular YA literature, this assessment includes 24 questions that cover important concepts in literature and reading such
Grades:
5th - 8th
Help students discover the life lessons in four types of allegorical narratives- fable, parable, fairy tales and allegories- to understand narrative features in this two-week unit. Your students can interact with and analyze characters, setting, conflicts, theme, and symbolism in poetry, short stori
Help students discover the life lessons in four types of allegorical narratives- fables, parables, fairy tales and allegories- to understand narrative features in this two-week unit. Your students can interact with and analyze characters, setting, conflicts, theme, and symbolism in poetry, short sto
Help students discover the life lessons in four types of allegorical narratives- fables, parables, fairy tales and allegories- to understand narrative features in this two-week unit. Your students can interact with and analyze characters, setting, conflicts, theme, and symbolism in poetry, short sto

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