This download includes 17 questions to three links to articles (you can print them) that discuss King Arthur, Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, and Sophocles' Antigone.
The articles generally discuss unusual perspectives of the three stories, which made them interesting to students. Printable worksheet, or use it online with the links for students. Even if you just use two of the three articles, it's well worth it.
11. According to the author, all great novels have something that’s missing in To Kill a Mockingbird. What is it? (1)
13. The author uses her knowledge of Cultural Literacy (Thoreau) in order to discuss Antigone. What does Thoreau’s quote say about the law? (1)
The articles used are: “King Arthur’s Round Table Found” by Nigel Blundell, What 'To Kill a Mockingbird' Isn't By Allen Barra, and Antigone: A Model of Civil Disobedience By ANDREA LYNN LESHAK.
There are similarities to what you might find on ACT tests, but this is short-answer rather than multiple-choice. Also works for group work.