Here are two versions of a Literary Terms Test for English Students. Most useful to me is that it is EASY TO MARK!
The test is divided into three parts:
PART I: 6 multiple-choice questions
PART II: 21 short answers (often in one word) questions
PART III: 8 true/false questions.
Overall, the test is four pages and worth 40 marks, offering students an opportunity to show their learning by (a) provide definitions for terms; (b) recognizing the definitions of terms; (c) offering examples of terms; and (d) identifying examples of terms.
I give it to my English 11 students halfway through the term, as it has many (though not necessary all) of the literary terms for which they are responsible.
The terms covered on this test are:
conflict (internal, external, person vs. self, person, society, environment)
limited omniscient point of view
omniscient point of view
point of view
second person point of view
Provided here are two versions of the test, inconspicuously noted, so that you can give students Version 1 (V1) and Version 2 (V2) alternatively. (I have taught in classrooms where students are cramped six to a round table so that they are practically sitting on top of each other.) It can be too tempting for a student to have "wandering eyes" so this removes that enticement.