As You Like It by Shakespeare Quiz & Test Bundle (Set of 6 Assessments)

As You Like It by Shakespeare Quiz & Test Bundle (Set of 6 Assessments)
As You Like It by Shakespeare Quiz & Test Bundle (Set of 6 Assessments)
As You Like It by Shakespeare Quiz & Test Bundle (Set of 6 Assessments)
As You Like It by Shakespeare Quiz & Test Bundle (Set of 6 Assessments)
As You Like It by Shakespeare Quiz & Test Bundle (Set of 6 Assessments)
As You Like It by Shakespeare Quiz & Test Bundle (Set of 6 Assessments)
As You Like It by Shakespeare Quiz & Test Bundle (Set of 6 Assessments)
As You Like It by Shakespeare Quiz & Test Bundle (Set of 6 Assessments)
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    1. This 358-page bundle of items facilitates the teaching of Shakespeare's works (Romeo & Juliet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, and As You Like It) in a high school setting. Included are close reading passages and questions, general reading comprehension quizzes, and summative assess
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    This bundle of 6 assessments measures general reading comprehension of Shakespeare's comedy As You Like It, gathers formative data to inform instructional planning, and evaluates high-order thinking skills via well structured essay writing. Administer the quizzes as post-reading assessments, or distribute them as guided reading resources to promote active reading habits. Featuring 71 quiz questions and 58 test questions, this resource includes answer keys and access to Google Document, Word Document, and PDF versions. The test includes a Common Core-aligned rubric for evaluating character analysis essay writing. Information on each individual item follows.

    Act 1 Quiz.
    This editable 14-question assessment measures reading comprehension, gathers formative data to inform instructional planning, and holds students accountable for reading As You Like It by Shakespeare (Act 1). Materials are delivered in Word Document, Google Document, and PDF formats. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following relevant details:

    • Orlando's complaint about his brother
    • Oliver's devious plans for his brother
    • The cause of Oliver's hatred for Orlando
    • The banishment of Duke Senior
    • The characterization of Duke Senior
    • The characterization of Rosalind
    • Rosalind's belief regarding love
    • Rosalind's request of Duke Frederick
    • Orlando's perspective on facing danger
    • The cause of Celia's shame toward her father
    • Duke Frederick's shifting attitude toward Rosalind
    • Rosalind's banishment
    • Touchstone's agreement to travel with Rosalind and Celia

    Act 2 Quiz.

    This editable 13-question assessment measures reading comprehension, gathers formative data to inform instructional planning, and holds students accountable for reading As You Like It by Shakespeare (Act 2). Materials are delivered in Word Document, Google Document, and PDF formats. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following relevant details:

    • "Sweet are the uses of adversity"
    • Jaques' stated reason for not hunting
    • The fundamental goodness of Adam
    • Oliver's homicidal intentions
    • Comparing Rosalind and Orlando's plights
    • Corin's efforts to console a lovesick Silvius
    • Celia and Rosalind's big purchase
    • Jaques' combativeness and its effect on others
    • Jaques' motivations for becoming a jester
    • An assumption that turns out to be ill-informed
    • The metaphorical language of Duke Senior

    Act 3 Quiz.

    This editable 13-question assessment measures reading comprehension, gathers formative data to inform instructional planning, and holds students accountable for reading As You Like It by Shakespeare (Act 3). Materials are delivered in Word Document, Google Document, and PDF formats. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following relevant details:

    • Duke Frederick's newest command of Oliver
    • Orlando's love poem
    • Touchstone's mockery
    • Touchstone and Corin's debate over what constitutes a moral person
    • Corin's lack of education
    • Rosalind's concern about Orlando finding her attractive
    • Rosalind's offer to help cure Orlando of love
    • Touchstone's flirtatiousness with Audrey
    • Celia's criticism of Orlando
    • Silvius' feelings toward Phebe
    • The characterization of Phebe
    • The reason for Rosalind's agitation
    • Phebe's romantic feelings toward Rosalind

    Act 4 Quiz.

    This editable 15-question assessment measures reading comprehension, gathers formative data to inform instructional planning, and holds students accountable for reading As You Like It by Shakespeare (Act 4). Materials are delivered in Word Document, Google Document, and PDF formats. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following relevant details:

    • The interaction between Jaques and Rosalind
    • Jaques' assertions about his mental state
    • Jaques' character motivations
    • Orlando's tardiness
    • Rosalind's artificial anger
    • Rosalind and Orlando's role playing lesson
    • “Men have died from time to time and worms have eaten them, but not for love.”
    • A fake wedding ceremony
    • Silvius' continued affection for Phebe
    • The content of a letter Phebe sends Ganymede
    • Rosalind's comments on how Phebe can prove her love
    • Oliver's unexpected appearance and character transformation
    • Orlando's heroism

    Act 5 Quiz.

    This editable 16-question assessment measures reading comprehension, gathers formative data to inform instructional planning, and holds students accountable for reading As You Like It by Shakespeare (Act 5). Materials are delivered in Word Document, Google Document, and PDF formats. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following relevant details:

    • Touchstone's comments about a young forest-dweller
    • The nature of the conversation between Touchstone and the forest-dweller
    • Oliver's intentions as he moves forward in life
    • Orlando's feelings about the abruptness of Celia and Oliver's engagement
    • Ganymede's promise to Orlando
    • Phebe's assessment of Ganymede's behavior
    • Audrey's excitement about marriage
    • Touchstone's driving motive for marrying Audrey
    • Jaques' allusion to Noah's Ark
    • A conversation between Jaques and Touchstone
    • Hymen's attendance
    • The most dynamic character in Act 5
    • Duke Frederick's intentions as he moves forward in life
    • Duke Senior's intentions as he moves forward in life
    • Jaques' assessment of the marriage between Touchstone and Audrey

    Summative Unit Test.

    This unit assessment on Shakespeare's As You Like It evaluates reading comprehension, knowledge of literary devices, and character analysis via formal essay writing. Question types include multiple choice, matching, and constructed response. The test is 14 pages in length, features 58 questions, and includes an answer key with a Common Core-aligned rubric for essay writing evaluation. Materials are delivered in Word Document, Google Document, and PDF formats.

    A breakdown of content follows.

    Part 1. Matching. Character details. 15 questions.

    • Rosalind
    • Orlando
    • Touchstone
    • Oliver
    • Duke Frederick
    • Duke Senior
    • Celia
    • Adam
    • Phebe
    • Silvius
    • Corin
    • Jaques
    • Audrey
    • William
    • Hymen

    Part 2. Multiple choice. Plot details. 12 questions.

    • Conflict (Orlando vs. Oliver)
    • Inciting incident (cause of conflict between Orlando and Oliver)
    • Rosalind's challenging of societal norms
    • Characterization of Jaques (including motivations)
    • Rosalind's proposal to help Orlando overcome feelings of love
    • Phebe's unexpected love of Ganymede
    • Dynamic character (Oliver's transformation)
    • A marriage ceremony
    • Resolution (Duke Frederick's new life)
    • Resolution (Duke Senior''s new life)
    • Jaques' assessment of Touchstone and Audrey's marriage

    Part 3. Multiple choice. Literary terminology application. 14 questions.

    • Metaphor
    • Simile
    • Hyperbole
    • Situational irony
    • Dramatic irony
    • Dynamic character
    • Symbolism
    • Allusion
    • Antagonist

    Part 4. Matching. Quote analysis. 8 questions.

    • “My pride fell with my fortunes, / I’ll ask him what he would.”  (Act 1, scene 2)
    • “Thus must I from the smoke into the smother / From tyrant Duke unto tyrant brother.”  (Act 1, scene 2)
    • “Oh, how full of briers is this working-day world!”  (Act 1, scene 3)
    • “She robs thee of thy name.”  (Act 1, scene 3)
    • “Now we go in content / To liberty and not to banishment.”  (Act 1, scene 3)
    • “Sweet are the uses of adversity.”  (Act 2, scene 1)
    • “When I was at home, I was in a better place.”  (Act 2, scene 4)
    • “Thou seest we are not alone unhappy.”  (Act 2, scene 7)

    Part 5. Matching. Quote analysis. 8 questions.

    • “You have too Courtly a wit for me, I’ll rest.”  (Act 3, scene 2)
    • “What did he when thou sawest him?  What said he? How looked he?” (Act 3, scene 2)
    • “I had rather hear you chide than this man woo.”  (Act 3, scene 5)
    • “’Tis good to be sad and say nothing.”  (Act 4, scene 1)
    • “Men have died from time to time and worms have eaten them, but not for love.”  (Act 4, scene 1)
    • “Many will swoon when they do look on blood.” (Act 4, scene 3)
    • “If sight and shape be true, / Why then, my love adieu!” (Act 5, scene 5)
    • “You and you are sure together / As the winter to foul weather.”  (Act 5, scene 5)

    Part 6. Essay. Students will analyze a character, articulating with rational thinking and textual evidence how they demonstrate the trait of bravery and evaluating whether they are better or worse off as a result of their trying experiences. A Common Core-aligned rubric for evaluating essay writing is included.

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