This 2-page Point of View Quiz (includes Answer Key) assesses students' knowledge of the three types of point of view (POV): first person, omniscient, and third person limited. The quiz includes 3 sections: 1) matching descriptions to type of POV (ex. "This narrator uses pronouns "I," "me," "my".
Great as a substitute activity, fast-finisher assignment, test-prep review or quiz, this convenient quickie comes with a (large font) answer key and grading guide to make grading quick and easy. In this Activity Set:1 Word Search Activityto practice proper spelling of story elementscan be used as a
This quiz serves as a summative assessment for a short story and/or literary element unit.
fiction vs. non-fiction
drama vs. poetry
static vs. dynamic characters
round vs. flat characters
antagonist vs. protagonist
direct vs. indirect character
Distance Learning assessment! Review elements of fiction skills learned earlier in the year with this Point of View quiz. This Google Form Quiz uses quotes from contemporary YA literature and news to assess 1st person, 2nd person, 3rd person limited, 3rd person objective, and 3rd person omniscient
Great as a substitute activity, fast-finisher assignment, test-prep review or quiz, this convenient quickie comes with a (large font) answer key and grading guide to make grading quick and easy.
Pssssst:Use the sketched background for students to shade in while they wait to submit or grade.
Using the "Storyline Online" audio videos, I created a 3 day unit that involves going through the story, learning 1st person/3rd person, and has a quiz that goes along with it. In the Google Drive Folder, there will be the Google Quiz and the Google Slides which attaches all items and the instructi
These 27 multiple choice questions on the opening three chapters of John Boyne's historical fable set in Germany during WWII focus on POV, characterization, plot, Imagery, Details, Diction, Syntax, Context Clues, and Tone.
This 40-page resource is everything I use to teach Mary Shelley's Frankenstein to my junior and senior literature students. It includes:- a 20-slide introductory presentation with background about Shelley and the writing of the novel, novel structure and major themes, and Gothic Romance- a graphic o
This quiz includes 30 fill-in sentences and two (2) essay/constructed response choices: argument and narrative writing. This assessment covers pages 1-75 of the text and includes writing, character, POV, setting, text structure, and media ELA standards.
These 20 multiple choice questions on Hemingway's flash fiction masterpiece revolve around the Big Five Literary Elements: POV, Imagery, Details, Diction, and Syntax, as well as address Characterization and Theme. The questions address Bloom's Taxonomy as well.
These 22 Multiple Choice Questions based on Chaim Potok's (long) short story featuring a middle school student and a volunteer summer school art teacher incorporate POV, Imagery, Details, Diction, Syntax, in addition to Characterization, Plot, Tone and Theme.
This exam consists of 11 standard based multiple choice questions - an answer key is provided on the last page. Students will read five informational passages - on Hispanic Heritage Month, Beijing pollution, and children in the digital world. Some questions have more than one correct answer - simila
Here are 18 Multiple-Choice Questions on the excerpt of Gandhi's 1930 letter to Viceroy Lord Irwin regarding the impended Salt March to protest The India Salt Act of 1882. This excerpt was used as the text for the Rhetorical Analysis Essay Prompt on the 2019 AP English Language Exam. These questions
This is a quiz I designed using state testing question stems. It covers a variety of skills, but focuses on point of view. The POV questions are denoted with an *. There are fill in the blank and multiple choice style questions. This quiz is the most effective when the reader can use their book in o
Students explore standard RI.3.6 with this playlist. They will identify the author’s point of view. Students will distinguish their own point of view from an author’s point of view while reading text. Students also have the option to view instructional videos and complete practice quizzes or activit
This exam consists of 10 standard based multiple choice questions - an answer key is provided on the last page. Students will read two informational passages - a poem discussing the Statue of Liberty and an excerpt from a Susan B. Anthony speech. Some questions have more than one correct answer - si
This is a benchmark test we give our students every year after students have learned about foreshadowing, suspense, point of view, and dramatic irony. Students first read the text "The Cask of Amontillado". Next they answer questions like "What POV is The Cask of Amontillado written in?" "How does t