This test has 41 vocabulary questions in two sections of matching (that work with scantron tests) before another 16 multiple-choice questions on Jack London's Call of the Wild.
Then there's the SECOND multiple choice Call of the Wild test. 50 questions, all multiple choice. Lower percentage of vocabulary. Many of the same questions.
My wife designed this test, and she admits now that her initial use of a 40-word word bank was probably a bit frustrating for the kids. I changed it to twenty words in two parts. It's challenging but not impossible now. She counted the vocab questions as one point each and then the multiple choice as 2 points each, totaling 91 points.
Also remember that you must pass out the vocabulary to the students, which is provided as a separate handout.
Sure, some of the questions will be similar, but she actually wrote two tests for this story, as she put the second one on the final. You can use the questions however you want, and the vocabulary list/questions are a total added bonus.
Just imagine how long it would take to write these two tests and all the other outdoor adventures you could be having with your sled dogs instead.
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