Teaching Daniel Keyes' "Flowers for Algernon"? Assess your students' comprehension level and access higher order thinking skills with the "Flowers for Algneron" Final Exam. Questions include multiple choice, short answer, and a rigorous five-paragraph essay on the thematic message, which can be included or not based on the level of your students. Common Core aligned. Answer key included.
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Terrific Teacher Tip: Create a Gallery Walk for students to get feedback on their work. How it’s done: Hang student products on the wall, such as drawings, visual representations, or poster projects. Students, individually or in groups, rotate around the room with Post-It notes and provide feedback.
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