Add interest and engagement to the end of your lesson by using a creative project based assessment instead of the common multiple choice test.I included four summative assessments that you may use with any novel or short story. These creative assessments offer an alternative to the standard test and allow students to creatively demonstrate knowledge of characterization, tone, mood, symbolism, etc.
Each project is self explanatory and includes a page full of rubrics for your students.
Here are some other projects that you might be interested in
7 habits of highly effective teens poster project
Alternative Summative Assessments for any Novel or Short Story
Fairy Tale Planning Chart for High School and Middle School
The Mandala Project: Use with any Short Story, Novel, or Poem
The Superhero Project: The Hero in Literature
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