AP Review: Literary Terms Application Quiz: "Pan" by Oscar Wilde

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The first of (hopefully) many literary terms application quizzes to help teachers and students review for the AP Literature exam. My AP students have trouble applying literary terms in context. This literary terms quiz comes to the rescue! I use this not only to assess whether they are actually studying the terms, but to figure out which ones we need to go back and review again. This particular quiz assesses the terms alliteration, euphony, allusion, personification, assonance, villanelle, enjambment, couplet, apostrophe, and masculine rhyme using Oscar Wilde's poem "Pan."
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AP Review: Literary Terms Application Quiz: "Pan" by Oscar Wilde
AP Review: Literary Terms Application Quiz: "Pan" by Oscar Wilde
AP Review: Literary Terms Application Quiz: "Pan" by Oscar Wilde