More than just a final exam, this 33 item test (plus Extra Credit Short Essay Question) is designed to give students instruction in choosing the best answer in multiple choice tests, a strategy that is not often explained or practiced. It can even be used with younger children who have had the book read aloud to them.
Questions cover sequence, character development, cause/effect, main idea, details, inferences, theme, word meanings, point of view, and structural elements.
The Coded Answer Keys help teachers prompt students in how to choose the best of 4, 3, or 2 answers.
Although they are aligned to Common Core Standards for Grade 4, they have been adapted and used effectively in grades 2-5 by Reading Spotlight.
It is our hope that your students learn this important test-taking strategy of how to choose the best answer in a multiple choice test.
Be sure to check out other Charlotte's Web strategies from Reading Spotlight:
Introduction to Outlining
Story Sequencing Cards
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