Assign test and practice worksheets in your Google™ Classroom or paperless environment using these self-graded forms.
Included in your download:
1) Word document containing links for each of the 46 Google Forms included - one practice and one assessment for each of the lessons listed below.
2) 12-page How-To Guide for using these self-grading Google Forms.
Each practice or assessment form includes 20 items. I have set them up to be self-grading and included complete step-by-step instructions for use.
Note that this is the digital version of my Practice and Assess Reading Literature Grades 4-5 that can be found here as a PDF download.
This version does not include the PDF printables - they must be purchased separately at the link above. I do not have a bundle of these two items. In lieu of a bundle, I've marked the digital version down substantially. You do not need the PDF printables to use this product but if you want to print them or have a print copy I do recommend it.
Here are the topics included - note that there's one 20-item practice and one 20-item assessment for each lesson. For a better look at the types of items included, check out the PDF version preview here.
Lesson 1: Story Vocabulary (plot, setting, complications, protagonist, antagonist)
Lesson 2: Elements of Plot and The Plot Pyramid – exposition, inciting incident, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
Lesson 3: Internal and External Conflict
Lesson 4: Four Types of Conflict – Man vs. Self, Man vs. Man, Man vs. Nature, Man vs. Society
Lesson 5: Story Devices – flashback, foreshadowing, suspense, cliffhanger
Lesson 6: Character Traits
Lesson 7: Characterization
Lesson 8: Types of Characters – round, flat, dynamic, static, sympathetic, minor, protagonist, antagonist
Lesson 9: Theme
Lesson 10: Point of View (first person, third person limited, third person objective, third person omniscient
Lesson 11: Similes
Lesson 12: Metaphors
Lesson 13: Hyperbole
Lesson 14: Personification
Lesson 15: Idiom
Lesson 16: Alliteration
Lesson 17: Allusion
Lesson 18: Onomatopoeia
Lesson 19: Figurative Language Sort
Lesson 20: Figurative Language Review
Lesson 22: Mood and Tone
Lesson 23: Genres of Fiction (Novel Genres) (realistic fiction, science fiction, historical fiction, fantasy, mystery, adventure, dystopian fiction)
Lesson 24: Folktale Genres (fairytale, tall tale, fable, legend, myth)
Curious but want to see how it works? Try this sample.
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