I divided the teaching of 16-19 skills band grammar into two semesters. Instead of trying to combine them as a single download with potential errors in formatting, I will just offer each as a final with the extras that come along in each document.
Therefore, you get 16-19 CCR, ACT, Common Core grammar (about half of the total skills are tested) in 30 questions, formatted like an ACT test, which IS the proper way to assess 16-19 grammar if your goal is to improve ACT test scores.
You also get, as sort of a bonus, a "Concern Form" for a very interesting German/Nazi Propaganda article from 1939 that accuses those who reported the existence of concentration camps to be liars. You can use the concern form with just about any text.
You also get a MELCon Lite Template for the book Night. Again, it could act as a simple outline template for any text with little effort, and it just comes along for the ride.
The big deal here is ACT skills band test prep that can tell you and the students if they have mastered the grammar skills to score in the 16-19 range. Yes, you want your high school students to score beyond that, but you don't get beyond it without first having these skills. Be sure to grab my 16-19 Semester II grammar in order to complete your test and skills prep.
Keep in mind that this is not part of some "teaching to the test" movement. I worked on identifying the skills needed in the 16-19 band and put them in a ACT-like test form. You teach however you want. The test finds out (like the ACT) whether or not your students have mastered the skills.
If you are homeschooling, you need to have some skills band-specific practice tests in order to judge where improvement is needed, especially since you can be very specific with the improvements.