This multiple choice quiz contains 15 questions for the story Dragon, Dragon by John Gardner. Questions are based on Bloom's Taxonomy and align with CCS RL.6.1, RL.6.2 and RL.6.3.
Questions focus on tone, irony, analogy, resolution, climax, exposition, rising action, prediction, and other story elements.
Answer key is included. Some of the questions include page numbers, so I've left the file as a Word document so it can be edited.
12. Which of the following indicates the resolution of the selection?
a. There once was a king whose kingdom was plagued by a dragon.
b. Of its own weight the sword fell, slicing the dragon’s head off.
c. The eldest son drew his sword, but the dragon lunged and swallowed him in a single gulp, sword and all.
d. When they reached the king’s castle, the people all leaped for joy to see that the dragon was dead, and the princess ran out and kissed the younger brother on the forehead, for secretly she had hoped it would be him.