Instead of a traditional test, this assessment allows students to choose from one of eight projects. Each project requires students to demonstrate their knowledge and analysis of the play, but they can have a more invested and active role through selecting the assessment that most suits their learning style. For example, students could select to write a literary analysis essay if they are more text inclined, or, if more musically apt, they could select to create a soundtrack and provide justification for each song.
This includes the basic instruction sheet, student contract, individualized and specific instructions for each assessment project, and a rubric for each assessment project. Although written for Julius Caesar, these could be adapted for any novel or play.