This is an alternative assessment for the indicated lesson number. It is the same test provided by EL, but is rewritten in a more student and teacher friendly manner and addresses the concerns described below.
One concern that I have experienced working with the EL curriculum is that the assessments are often too subjective to grade, are not lengthy enough to use for data tracking, and include questions that do not mirror Common Core-aligned standardized tests. Too many questions do not have writing parameters and are too "what do you think" oriented to be useful. This is why I rewrite almost all of the assessments for my students.
The assessment includes the same excerpt and questions from the original EL assessment. I simply made the questions multiple choice and multiple select and added questions and answer choices so that the assessment is more easily graded. There is a written response at the end as well. I like to record this response as a separate writing grade. You will find a vocabulary section at the beginning that incorporates words from previous lessons. You may omit this section if you did not adequately cover these terms.