If you are familiar with the Accelerated Reader program, you know that they can be useful tools for monitoring student comprehension. When my school didn’t renew our AR subscription, I was at a loss because earning AR points was a big part of my classroom reading incentive program. So I created my own program and tests for books in my library—“RIF” (Reading if Fun) tests. I keep track of the tests taken by students, the comprehension rate for the tests, and the points earned.
This is my RIF test for NETTIE AND NELLIE CROOK: ORPHAN TRAIN SISTERS by E.F. Abbott. This comprehension test can be used in a variety of ways – as part of a reading incentive program, as an overall test for books studied in class, or to earn extra credit points.
If you purchase this test, you will get a 10-question, multiple choice test, an answer key, and a grading/points-earned scale. If you find this test useful, please see my listings for tests for other books.
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