American Literature Mega Bundle for High School

American Literature Mega Bundle for High School
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These resources assess students on a variety of commonly taught American Literature novels, including To Kill a Mockingbird, The Great Gatsby, The Grapes of Wrath, Fallen Angels, Catcher in the Rye, and A Day No Pigs Would Die by Harper Lee, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Steinbeck, Walter Dean Myers, J.D. Salinger, and Robert Newton Peck, respectively.

Additionally, this file includes reading comprehension quizzes for several short stories written by American authors. The short stories feratured include "A Journey" by Edith Wharton, "Robot Dreams" by Isaac Asimov, "Split Cherry Tree" by Jesse Stuart, "The Good Deed" by Pearl S. Buck, "The Leap" by Louise Erdrich, "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson, and "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell. Several classic Edgar Allan Poe pieces are also featured: "The Black Cat," "The Fall of the House of Usher," "The Tell Tale Heart," "The Premature Burial," and "The Cask of Amontillado."

If you are in need of assessments to measure reading comprehension and promote active reading strategies, these resources may be exactly what you are looking for. They will also save you hours of valuable time. Read on to learn more about what is included in this bundle.

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD READING COMPREHENSION QUIZZES.
Chapters 1-3 Quiz.
• Point of view
• The kids' mother and father
• Calpurnia's job
• Dill
• Background on Boo
• The dare
• Walter Cunningham's philosophy
• The effects of the Great Depression on Maycomb's citizens
• Scout's fight
• The teacher's reaction to an alarming situation
• Perception of the Ewells

Chapters 4-5 Quiz.
• Discoveries in the knothole
• Why Jem gets angry at Scout
• The rolling tire incident
• The game the kids play
• Dill and Scout's relationship
• The evolving relationship between Scout and Miss Maudie
• Theories pertaining to the mystery of Boo Radley
• Miss Maudie's impressions of Boo
• Delivering a note to Boo

Chapters 6-7 Quiz. Questions pertain to the following important details:
• The kids' decision to sneak to the Radley residence
• Mr. Radley scaring the kids off
• How and why Jem lost his pants
• The lie Jem tells to Atticus
• Jem's alarming discovery
• Items in the knothole
• Mr. Radley's heartbreaking attempt to break Boo's connection to the outside world

Chapters 8-9 Quiz.
• "The sky is falling"
• The snowman/mudman
• The house catching fire
• Miss Maudie's peculiar reaction to the house fire
• The blanket wrapped around Scout
• Scout's reaction upon a disturbing discovery
• Beating up Cecil Jacobs
• Christmas gifts
• Scout's punishment
• Atticus discussing the trial with Uncle Jack

Chapters 10-11 Quiz.
• Atticus's rule
• Miss Maudie's revelation of Atticus's skills
• The Tim Johnson incident
• Why the kids dislike Mrs. Dubose
• Mrs. Dubose's condition
• Jem's misbehavior and subsequent punishment
• The true purpose behind Jem's punishment
• Atticus's feelings toward Mrs. Dubose

Chapters 12-13 Quiz.
• Disappointing news to start the summer
• The kids' presence in the Black church
• The general response to the kids among the parishioners
• Lula
• Calpurnia's separate identities
• The purpose for Aunt Alexandra's stay
• Atticus teaching the kids about the facts of life

Chapters 14-15 Quiz.
• Aunt Alexandra's feelings toward Calpurnia
• The discovery under Scout's bed
• Breaking "the code of childhood"
• Dill's epiphany regarding Boo Radley's isolation
• Jem breaking up the meeting
• Atticus and Mr. Underwood outside of the jailhouse
• Jem's concern for his father
• The lynch mob
• How the lynch mob came to disperse

Chapters 16-18 Quiz.
• Dolphus Raymond's peculiarities
• Who arranges for the children to have seats at the trial
• Judge Taylor's peculiarity
• The prosecution's first witness
• Mayella's injured eye
• Bob Ewell's testimony
• Bob Ewell writing his name
• Mayella's insubordination
• Tom Robinson's injury

Chapters 19-20 Quiz.
• Tom's testimony in general
• Mayella's conspiracy to ensure her siblings were not present
• Bob Ewell's comments according to Tom's testimony
• Why Tom frequently helped Mayella
• Mr. Gilmer's treatment of Tom
• The major revelation regarding Dolphus Raymond's condition
• Atticus's summation
• Atticus's peculiar behavior that surprises the kids

Chapters 21-23 Quiz.
• Interruption of the court proceedings
• Jem's misunderstanding racial prejudice and the justice system
• The jury's deliberation
• The verdict
• The Black community's acts of reverence toward Atticus
• Altercation between Bob and Atticus
• Aunt Alexandra's strictness
• Jem's opinion on Boo's isolation

Chapters 24-26 Quiz.
• The missionary circle's feelings toward Atticus
• Mrs. Merriweather's critical comments
• Hypocrisy exhibited by Mrs. Merriweather
• Tom's cause of death
• The impassioned editorial
• Bob Ewell's antagonistic behaviors
• Hypocrisy exhibited by Scout's teacher
• Jem's reaction to the trial's outcome

Chapters 27-28 Quiz.
• Strange goings-on in Maycomb
• Atticus's opinion on Bob Ewell's malicious behaviors
• Miss Tutti and Miss Frutti
• The pageant and how it was ruined
• Jem's concerns on the way home
• The attack
• Heck Tate's discovery at the crime scene
• Jem's method of arriving home

Chapters 29-31 Quiz.
• Who saved the kids from Bob's assault
• Atticus's misunderstanding of the story
• Heck Tate's version of the story
• The fairness of hiding the truth
• Scout's awareness of why hiding the truth is acceptable
• Scout's sadness upon recalling items in the knothole
• Scout and Atticus's activity as the novel ends
• The last lesson Atticus teaches Scout before the novel ends

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD TEST & KEY.
This is a summative assessment on To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. An answer key is included. This test is designed to measure student reading comprehension and ability to analyze key concepts and themes in the novel. The test is organized as follows:

Part 1. Historical Context. Multiple Choice. Answer questions pertaining to relevant aspects of American history.

Part 2. True/False. Respond to questions pertaining primarily to plot. Details covered include (but aren't limited to) the following:
• The general hypocrisy of the community
• Bob Ewell's testimony
• The impact of the Great Depression
• Autobiographical parallel
• Mayella's motivations
• And more

Part 3. Character Identification. Multiple Choice. Match the character's name to the associated detail. Questions pertain to (but aren't limited to) the following:
• A character living two lives
• A stubborn and traditionally Southern visitor
• A character who is upset at Scout's ability to read and write
• The harsh editorial
• One who points out the hypocrisy of others
• One who understands the trial but not the larger issue of racism
• One who experiences abuse at home
• The kindness and generosity of a neighbor
• And more

Part 4. Quotes. Matching. Crucial quotes from the novel are given. It is the student's job to match the quote to the appropriate context.

Part 5. Fill-in-the-Blank. Given a quote, the student will identify the speaker, recipient, and context.

Part 6. Short Answer. Respond to questions that require one to apply knowledge of literary devices to the novel.
• Dynamic character
• Setting
• Autobiographical parallel
• Theme

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD COMPREHENSIVE READING GUIDE & KEY.
This comprehensive, 29-page To Kill a Mockingbird reading guide promotes active reading, reading comprehension, vocabulary comprehension, plot recall, character analysis, quote analysis, an awareness of historical context, and more. A complete key is included.

The guide is grouped by chapters. Each section includes a vocabulary section, requiring students to define potentially challenging words. Additionally, each section includes a series of plot-based questions and features meaningful quotations, which require an articulation of context. Finally, each section identifies several aspects of the assigned reading which students should review post-reading.

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD CLOSE READING WORKSHEETS (SET OF 15).
Helping students comprehend what they read is an essential skill that promotes success in terms of academics and career readiness. This bundle of 15 close reading exercises, which features more than 125 higher order thinking questions, encourages purposeful reading and deeper comprehension of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. These resources align well to Adolescent Literacy Project teaching principles. I recommend using these worksheets as the basis for small-group discussions, letting students discuss, debate, and support their reasoning for answer choices. In the role of facilitator, I observe my students becoming more consistently engaged with the novel and taking greater ownership of their learning.

In addition to helping students gain deeper understanding of the material and greater confidence in their ability to comprehend challenging texts, close reading resources may help students prepare for ACT-style questioning.

THE GREAT GATSBY READING COMPREHENSION QUIZZES.
These assessments will help you measure your students’ reading comprehension over the entirety of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Nine quizzes organized by chapter are included, as are the respective answer keys. A breakdown of each individual quiz follows:

Chapter 1.
♦ Nick's personal background
♦ Nick's self perception
♦ Nick's perception of Gatsby
♦ The setting
♦ Nick's career
♦ The contrast between West Egg and East Egg
♦ Nick's academic background
♦ A character description of Daisy
♦ A character description of Tom
♦ A character description of Jordan
♦ The green light in the distance

Chapter 2.
♦ Conditions of daily life in the valley
♦ The enormous advertisement overlooking the valley
♦ A character description of George Wilson
♦ A character description of Myrtle
♦ A trip to the Morningside Heights apartments
♦ Speculation concerning Gatsby's background
♦ The behavior of the party-goers (and Nick's reaction to it)
♦ Tom's gift to Myrtle
♦ Myrtle's behavior and why it unsettles Tom
♦ How Tom takes his anger out on Myrtle

Chapter 3.
♦ The flamboyant nature of Gatsby's parties
♦ The enduring mystery of Gatsby's background
♦ Sensationalized rumors surrounding Gatsby
♦ Owl Eyes' surprising realization about Gatsby's books
♦ Nick and Gatsby's shared past
♦ Nick's characterization of Gatsby's smile
♦ Gatsby's manner of speaking to others
♦ Gatsby's general behavior at his own party
♦ Gatsby's request to see Jordan
♦ The drunken incident involving Owl Eyes
♦ Nick's characterization of Jordan

Chapter 4.
♦ The purpose of Nick's list
♦ The apparent inconsistencies in Gatsby's autobiography
♦ Gatsby's proof to assuage Nick's skepticism
♦ Gatsby's interaction with a police officer
♦ Meyer Wolfshiem's questionable background
♦ Nick's new assumption concerning Gatsby's wealth
♦ Gatsby's motive to move into his West Egg mansion
♦ A revelation concerning the green light across the water
♦ A request Gatsby makes of Jordan

Chapter 5.
♦ Gatsby's efforts to convince Nick to arrange a reunion
♦ Gatsby's gratitude to Nick for agreeing
♦ Daisy's humorous response to Nick's request that Tom not join
♦ Examples of Gatsby's self-conscious and nervous behavior
♦ Daisy's being brought to tears
♦ Gatsby's long nights outside staring at the green light
♦ Klipspringer
♦ A characterization of Gatsby's mansion

Chapter 6.
♦ Gatsby's biography
♦ Gatsby's college experience
♦ Gatsby's job to pay for college
♦ Gatsby meeting Dan Cody
♦ Dan Cody's influence on Gatsby
♦ Tom's presence in Gatsby's house
♦ Tom's suspicions of Gatsby
♦ Nick's insight concerning Gatsby and Daisy's relationship
♦ The death of a dream

Chapter 7.
♦ Gatsby's rationale for ceasing the parties
♦ Gatsby's concerns that information about Daisy will be revealed
♦ A luncheon at Tom and Daisy's house
♦ A revelation concerning Myrtle
♦ Tom's confrontation with Gatsby
♦ Gatsby's assured reaction to Tom's confrontational behavior
♦ A surprise shift in Daisy's feelings
♦ The death of Myrtle (what happened, who's responsible, etc.)
♦ Gatsby's desire to protect Daisy from Tom

Chapter 8.
♦ A broken promise
♦ The gardener's intention and Gatsby's refusal
♦ Nick's judgment of Gatsby
♦ Dr. T.J. Eckleburg's eyes and Wilson's interpretation of them
♦ The death of Myrtle
♦ Wilson's beliefs concerning Myrtle's death
♦ A tragic, deadly incident

Chapter 9.
♦ Underwhelming attendance at Gatsby's funeral
♦ An unexpected telegram
♦ Henry Gatsby's discovery of his son's death
♦ Young Gatsby's self-improvement plan
♦ A brief conversation with Klipspringer
♦ Nick's decision to move back to the Midwest
♦ Nick and Jordan's breakup
♦ An encounter with Tom
♦ Tom's feelings concerning Gatsby's death
♦ Nick's character assessment of Tom and Daisy
♦ Nick's analysis of people's dreams

THE GRAPES OF WRATH READING COMPREHENSION QUIZZES.
These quizzes measure student reading comprehension over the course of The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. Ten total quizzes and their respective keys are included. The format varies from multiple choice to short answer; see the more detailed individual descriptions below for more information on each quiz.

Chapters 1-3.
This zip file contains a 10-question quiz in multiple choice format on The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The corresponding answer key is also included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Historical context
♦ Setting
♦ Environmental conditions
♦ Tom Joad's 4-year stay
♦ Tom Joad's conviction
♦ The interaction between Tom Joad and the driver
♦ Tom Joad's irritability
♦ Workers vs. owners
♦ The incident with the turtle

Chapters 4-6.
This zip file contains a 12-question quiz in multiple choice format on The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The corresponding answer key is also included. Questions pertain to:
♦ An encounter with Jim Casy
♦ Jim Casy's former profession
♦ Jim Casy's revelation
♦ Jim Casy's philosophical/religious belief
♦ Tom's conviction
♦ Tom's experience in prison
♦ Tom's farm
♦ The eviction of farmers
♦ What happened to Tom's family
♦ The family's work
♦ Where Tom and his acquaintances sleep

Chapters 7-9.
This zip file contains an 11-question quiz in multiple choice format on The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The corresponding answer key is also included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Narration of a used car salesman
♦ Taking advantage of departing families
♦ Uncle Tom's guilt
♦ Ma and Pa Joad's reaction to Tom's return
♦ Granma's request at breakfast
♦ Tom's youngest brother, Al
♦ Narration of tenant farmers
♦ Talk of material possessions and memories of home
♦ Pawning belongings

Chapters 10-12.
This zip file contains an 11-question quiz in multiple choice format on The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The corresponding answer key is also included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Granma's concern about California
♦ Granpa's intentions upon getting to California
♦ The family pawning their possessions
♦ The purpose of a family meeting
♦ The activities following the family meeting
♦ Muley Graves bidding goodbye
♦ Granpa's surprising reaction to departing
♦ The method of halting a protest
♦ Farmers' worries about transportation and travel
♦ The narrator's assessment of corporate farmers
♦ Treatment of farmers and their observations on a typical journey west

Chapters 13-15.
This zip file contains an 11-question quiz in multiple choice format on The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The corresponding answer key is also included. Questions pertain to:
♦ The family driver
♦ Ma Joad's perspective on the future
♦ Al's conflict with a gas station attendant
♦ An incident involving the family dog
♦ The family's reaction to Oklahoma City
♦ The Wilsons' background
♦ Sudden death of a family member
♦ The influx of farmers posing a perceived threat to citizens of western states
♦ Truckers and the coffee shop
♦ A request of Mae
♦ A shift in Mae's reaction to patrons of the coffee shop

Chapters 16-18.
This zip file contains a 12-question quiz in short answer format on The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The corresponding answer key is also included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Ma's reaction to Rose of Sharon's news
♦ An engine issue with the Wilsons' vehicle
♦ Ma's disagreement with Tom and Casy's decision
♦ Spending the night at a roadside camp
♦ Conditions for migrant farmers in California
♦ The creation of larger migrant family communities
♦ A degrading term for migrant families
♦ Noah's life-changing decision
♦ A gravely ill character
♦ Agricultural inspectors stopping the family
♦ Sad news shared with the family

Chapters 19-21.
This zip file contains a 14-question quiz in short answer format on The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The corresponding answer key is also included. Questions pertain to:
♦ California's history
♦ American squatters' sense of entitlement to land
♦ The perceived threat of the Okies
♦ Granma's body
♦ Hoovervilles
♦ The characterization of Floyd Knowles
♦ The reason for an employment "blacklist"
♦ A mistake Connie thinks he and Rose of Sharon made
♦ The arrest of Floyd Knowles
♦ Tom tripping the police officer
♦ Casy's willingness to take the fall
♦ Uncle John's dejection
♦ Tom's belief the family needs to move on before more trouble erupts
♦ An armed, angry mob

Chapters 22-24.
This zip file contains a 10-question quiz in short answer format on The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The corresponding answer key is also included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Life in the government-sponsored camp
♦ The generosity of Timothy and Wilkie Wallace
♦ The demands of the Farmers' Association
♦ "Red agitators"
♦ The Farmers' Association's plan to cause trouble
♦ Mrs. Sandy's scary warning to Rose of Sharon
♦ Ma's feelings of sadness and loss
♦ Ezra Huston's big responsibility
♦ The mountain men of Akron, Ohio
♦ The "turkey shoot"

Chapters 25-27.
This zip file contains an 11-question quiz in multiple choice format on The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The corresponding answer key is also included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Destruction of excess crops/food
♦ Duration of time spent at Weedpatch camp
♦ Ma's decision to move the family onward
♦ Complications in preparations to leave
♦ An offer to pick peaches
♦ Ma's interaction with the Hooper Ranch clerk
♦ The re-appearance of Jim Casy
♦ A strike against the Hooper Ranch
♦ The death of Jim Casy
♦ Tom's reaction to the death of Jim Casy
♦ A decision to leave the peach farm

Chapters 28-30.
This zip file contains a 10-question quiz in multiple choice format on The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The corresponding answer key is also included. Questions pertain to:
♦ The Joads' financial situation
♦ Ruthie's fight and revelation
♦ Tom's reflective thoughts
♦ Tom's significant decision
♦ Al and Agnes's decision to get married
♦ Horrendous weather conditions
♦ How to men may remain strong according to the women
♦ The need to build an embankment
♦ Rose of Sharon's stillborn child
♦ Rose of Sharon's role in trying to save a dying man

CATCHER IN THE RYE COMPREHENSION QUIZZES.
This bundle includes 11 individual assessments to measure comprehension and hold students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. There are 112 quiz questions in sum. All assessments are in multiple choice format and include their respective answer keys. The quizzes break down as follows:

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 1-2.
This 11-question multiple choice quiz measures reading comprehension and holds students accountable for the reading of Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Point of view
♦ The tone of Holden's voice
♦ Where Holden is at the start of the story
♦ Holden's family
♦ Reason for Holden's dismissal from Pencey Prep
♦ Holden's irresponsible behaviors and actions
♦ Visiting Mr. Spencer
♦ "Life is a game"
♦ Mr. Spencer's advice to Holden
♦ Holden's awful paper on ancient Egyptians
♦ Holden's lack of willingness to confront his own actions

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 3-4.
This 10-question multiple choice quiz measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ A prominent article of clothing
♦ A character description of Ackley
♦ Inference skills (Holden's judgment of Ackley)
♦ A character description of Stradlater
♦ An agreement Holden strikes with Stradlater
♦ Jane Gallagher
♦ Holden's obsession with and hatred toward phonies

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 5-6.
This 10-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for the reading of Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ A trip to the movies
♦ Application of situational irony (irony of result)
♦ Ackley's inclusion
♦ The intended subject matter of Stradlater's composition assignment
♦ Holden's decision to deviate from the assignment's expectations
♦ Character description of Allie
♦ Holden's response to Allie's death
♦ Stradlater's reaction to Holden's writing
♦ Holden's attempt to irritate Stradlater
♦ Stradlater's date with Jane
♦ A physical altercation

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 7-9.
This 10-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for the reading of Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Holden's difficulties in falling asleep
♦ A late-night conversation with Ackley
♦ Holden's decision to leave for New York abruptly
♦ Holden's decision to delay returning to his parents' apartment
♦ Holden's train ride encounter with Ms. Morrow and the ensuing conversation
♦ Holden's hypocrisy
♦ Holden's loneliness
♦ Holden's attempt to set himself up on a date
♦ Holden's judgment of many other hotel patrons

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 10-12.
This 10-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Phoebe (her humor, creativity, and biggest imperfection according to Holden)
♦ The Lavender Room
♦ Holden's actions in the Lavender Room (ordering drinks, flirting, etc.)
♦ The history of Holden and Jane's friendship
♦ Textual evidence that supports how Holden felt closest to Jane (baseball glove)
♦ Jane's alcoholic father
♦ "All you knew is you were happy"
♦ Horwitz
♦ Ernie's nightclub
♦ The significance of these chapters in terms of our understanding of Holden's character (his loneliness and search for companionship)

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 13-15.
This 11-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Holden's imagination
♦ Holden's confession (fearfulness)
♦ An offer from the elevator operator
♦ The cost of the offer
♦ Holden's perceptions on what women want
♦ Holden's attempt to avoid intimacy with Sunny
♦ A violent altercation
♦ Holden's guilt over an incident involving Allie
♦ Holden's thoughts on organized religion
♦ A date with Sally
♦ Holden's mother and her health
♦ Holden's feelings toward his mother
♦ Holden's thoughts on money and its effect on people

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 16-17.
This 10-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Holden's thoughts as he sees the nuns
♦ A gift for Phoebe ("Little Shirley Beans")
♦ A phone call to Jane
♦ Holden's search for his sister
♦ An encounter with a girl who claims to know Holden's sister
♦ Holden's thoughts about time as he visits the museum
♦ Holden's date with Sally
♦ Sally's flirtatiousness
♦ Holden's emotional instability and its influence on his treatment of Sally

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 18-20.
This 9-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ A plan to meet with Carl Luce for drinks
♦ An observation that calls to mind Allie
♦ Holden's thoughts about joining the military
♦ Holden's characterization of Carl Luce
♦ Holden's line of questioning (lack of maturity)
♦ Holden's decision to get drunk
♦ A drunken phone call to Sally
♦ Dropping and breaking the record
♦ Holden's thoughts about death and his own funeral
♦ A decision to return home

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapter 21-23.
This 11-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Holden's observation about sleeping children
♦ How Holden was able to gain easy access to his parents' apartment
♦ Holden's perusal of Phoebe's school books and personal notes
♦ Phoebe's middle name
♦ Phoebe's concern that Dad will want to kill Holden for being expelled
♦ How Phoebe demonstrates her frustrations toward Holden
♦ Phoebe's accusation that Holden hates everything
♦ Holden's interpretation of a misheard song lyric
♦ The James Castle incident
♦ What Holden loaned James
♦ Holden's desire to call Mr. Antolini

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapter 24.
This 10-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Mr. Antolini's luxurious apartment
♦ Mr. Antolini's drunkenness
♦ Holden's explanation as to why he disliked Pencey Prep
♦ That Mr. Antolini is compared to D.B.
♦ Holden's interest in side stories or digressions
♦ Mr. Antolini's fear that Holden is destined for "a terrible fall"
♦ The root of Holden's dissatisfaction in life, according to Mr. Antolini
♦ The significance of an education for Holden, according to Mr. Antolini
♦ How Mr. Antolini awakens Holden
♦ Holden's visceral reaction to the manner in which he was awakened

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapter 25-26.
This 10-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to:
♦ Holden's second guessing of Mr. Antolini's motivations
♦ Holden's concern for his own safety as he crosses streets
♦ Holden's desire to re-connect with Phoebe at the Museum of Art
♦ Holden's desire to move out west and avoid human interaction
♦ What upsets Holden at the school
♦ Holden's impending physical collapse
♦ The return of the red hunting hat
♦ A trip to the zoo
♦ Holden's emotional state as he watches Phoebe on the carousel
♦ Holden's decision to return home

FALLEN ANGELS READING COMPREHENSION QUIZZES.
These quizzes measure reading comprehension of Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers. The bundle includes three comprehension quizzes and their respective keys.

Reading Comprehension Quiz (Pages 1-96).
This quiz measures reading comprehension of Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers. It features 12 short answer questions, and an answer key is included. Although labeled a quiz, this resource may double as a guided reading handout intended to promote and facilitate active reading and future review. Questions pertain to the following important details:
♦ Perry's background
♦ Perry's physical limitations
♦ Rumors concerning the war
♦ Peewee's erratic behavior
♦ Jenkins' death
♦ Lt. Carroll's leadership
♦ ARVN
♦ Perry's family
♦ The media crew filming
♦ A racially motivated conflict

Reading Comprehension Quiz (Pages 97-204).
This quiz measures reading comprehension of Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers. It features 12 short answer questions, and an answer key is included. Although labeled a quiz, this resource may double as a guided reading handout intended to promote and facilitate active reading and future review. Questions pertain to the following important details:
♦ Patrol with a shorthanded unit
♦ The grenade incident
♦ Pacifying the people of a village
♦ Lt. Carroll and the ambush
♦ A letter to Carroll's family
♦ Peewee's surprise letter
♦ The perceived future of the war
♦ Gearhart's mistake
♦ Perry's near-death experience
♦ Perry's injuries

Reading Comprehension Quiz (Pages 205-End).
This quiz measures reading comprehension of Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers. It features 12 short answer questions, and an answer key is included. Although labeled a quiz, this resource may double as a guided reading handout intended to promote and facilitate active reading and future review. Questions pertain to the following important details:
♦ The extent of Perry's injuries
♦ New characters met at the hospital
♦ The shocking booby trap
♦ Conflict between Perry's unit and the ARVNs
♦ Perry's killing
♦ Dongan
♦ The bodies of dead American soldiers
♦ Spending the night in a spider hole
♦ Peewee's injury
♦ Monaco's situation
♦ The conclusion

FALLEN ANGELS SUMMATIVE UNIT TEST.
This comprehensive unit test on Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers is Common Core aligned and intended to measure reading comprehension and analysis of key characters and concepts from the novel. The test includes an answer key and is divided into four sections.

A DAY NO PIGS WOULD DIE QUIZ BUNDLE (SET OF 7).
This bundle measures general reading comprehension of A Day No Pigs Would Die by Robert Newton Peck. It features 7 quizzes, each featuring 12 short answer questions, and their answer keys. Although labeled quizzes, these resources may double as guided reading worksheets to facilitate active reading and future review.
Total Pages
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