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6 presentations for a discounted price, plus 3 free jeopardy games as a bonus! Including in this bundle are the following: information on allegory, information on George Orwell, background information on the novella, collaboration and research, paperless quizzes, activities connected to propaganda,
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is a set of text-based assessments that I use to assess my students’ knowledge of symbolism. The variety of passages and text complexity levels allows you to retest students as needed and make accommodations for struggling readers. Each assessment includes a reading passage with ten multiple ch
Quiz your students on their knowledge of theme, motif, and symbolism with the Theme, Motif, and Symbolism Quiz. Pages 1, 2, 3, and 4 include 14 multiple choice questions, 10 of which are over terminology and 4 of the 13 are questions that relate to short reading passages, giving students a chance t
Comprehensive Symbolism Powerpoint which includes: an explanation, examples, a quiz, answers, notes for the teacher/presenter and two writing tasks.Perfect to use when teaching film, novels, poetry or creative writing.Teach students how to identify symbolism in texts and how to use symbolism in thei
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This quiz t is designed to assess students about symbolism and allegory. It can be used in combination with the Elements of Literature: Symbolism and Allegory PowerPoint and Notes. It is adapted and ready to be used with special needs students!
A quiz assessing students' knowledge of finding theme and identifying symbols. Short stories used in teaching theme include: "Waiting" by Peggy McNally, "Wrong Channel" by Roberto Fernandez, and "There Once Was" by Margaret Atwood. All short stories can be found as PDFs on Google. "Waiting" and "W
Grades:
8th - 10th
This is one week's worth of in-depth lesson planning around Adeline Yen Mah's Chinese Cinderella. These lesson plans focus primarily on symbolism, while delving into the theme of limited mobility and its connection with disfigured and shrunken feet. 10th Grade ELA Common Core standards are addressed
**WORD DOC VERSION**After reading To Kill a Mockingbird, students will take a quiz on symbolism. This quiz has 2 sections - short answer and matching. Answer key is included.
**PDF VERSION**After reading To Kill a Mockingbird, students will take a quiz on symbolism. This quiz has 2 sections - short answer and matching. Answer key is included.
This straightforward activity is a multiple-choice quiz exploring the story “Ripe Figs” by Kate Chopin which is loaded with accessible symbolism. There are 20 questions in total. The quiz could be used as a pre-reading activity to identify gaps in knowledge and understanding so that subsequent teac
Grades:
9th - 12th
A differentiated quiz assessing students' knowledge of finding theme and identifying symbols. Short stories used in teaching theme include: "Waiting" by Peggy McNally, "Wrong Channel" by Roberto Fernandez, and "There Once Was" by Margaret Atwood. All short stories can be found as PDFs on Google. "
This Quiz on Adeline Yen Mah's Chinese Cinderella takes a focused approach to symbolism. Questions are designed to facilitate true critical thinking around this literary element, while encouraging students to venture well beyond a surface level reading of the text. The demand for evidence to support
Grades:
10th - 12th, Higher Education
This is one week's worth of in-depth lesson planning around Adeline Yen Mah's Chinese Cinderella. These lesson plans feature a self-created Text-to-World Connections Symbolism Quiz comprised of carefully crafted short answer response questions along with multiple choice. Historical connections with
I love Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”, especially as a Halloween activity, but it’s a TOUGH poem… so this stations activity breaks down the difficult parts to scaffold understanding for teen and tween readers! Use up to 9 stations: Rhyme & Structure, Storyline/Summary, Parallel Structure, Allusio
Grades:
7th - 12th
Measure reading comprehension, support analysis of complex fiction, and facilitate differentiation for the high school classroom with this bundle of 142 assessments. Featured authors include Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen, Ursula K. Le Guin, and others.
In this "A Rose for Emily" short story lesson you'll find an updated twist on a classic. It is an excellent model for teaching close reading and making connections across texts. Everything is planned and neatly organized for you to use immediately.Student Experience: How far would you go for love?
The Watsons Go to Birmingham Quizzes AND Final Test - The Watsons Go to Birmingham 1963 Quiz and Test Pack for Google Classroom which is in Google Forms, and is self-grading. It is printable, but also includes easy Google links, with 5 quizzes and a final test. (73 Self-Grading Questions and Answer
Poetry and songs work magic with teens and your students will love "Violet Hill" by Coldplay as part of your poetry unit! This is one of those lessons that will not only hook and engage teens, but lessons they find meaningful, memorable, and that spark deeper issues that they love to think about.Thi
This digital breakout is intended for reinforcing symbols and symbolism.In this Escape Room-like game, students will interact with a variety of text and media, including a Google Slides presentation with definitions and examples of symbol and symbolism, a video overview, practice identifying common
This menu focuses on symbolism. Students choose which activities to complete to score their desired grade. The activities cover all six levels of Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation. To preview the menu, click on the green "preview" button abo
Recently updated with a fun anime-style illustration of the characters.This PowerPoint serves as an in-depth and engaging way to introduce your students to The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton.The presentation contains several sectionsNotes for the teacherPreview of Literary ConceptsConnections to Students'
If you love Robert Frost OR are teaching The Outsiders, you know that this little 8-line poem is more dense and interesting than meets the eye! Teach this classic poem in 1 or 2 class periods with a stations activity that promotes small group discussion.Use up to 9 stations: Figurative Language, All
Grades:
7th - 12th
The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros introduces students to an interesting text structure on a topic that is totally relateable -- coming of age! Bundle includes a student packet (with key) that covers 3-4 vignettes at a time. Some questions are recall, but most deal with higher level think
Included is a study guide and ten-question multiple choice quiz on Maya Angelou's poem "Still I Rise." The study guide is two pages and features questions to guide students' reading of the poem. The study guide acts as a formative assessment to prepare students for the summative assessment of the mu

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