This test includes 35 multiple choice, short answer, matching, and fill in the blank questions for any poetry unit.
Questions cover figurative language, refrain, stanza, lines, types of poetry, rhyme scheme, mood, tone, and types of rhymes.
10 multiple choice questions ask students to identify different types of figurative language (personification, simile, metaphor, hyperbole, idiom, alliteration, onomatopoeia, and cliché).
Students will read poems and identify the personification and hyperboles within the poems.
Students will identify a limerick and a haiku.
Students will identify end rhymes and label rhyme schemes.
Students will determine the mood of two separate poems.
Students will read eight examples of figurative language and match the correct name to each example.
Given three short answer questions, students will choose two to complete. Short answer questions include questions about poetry and literature, tone and mood, and ballad and lyrics.
Answer Key is provided.
Test questions are aligned to Common Core State Standards
Included is an I Have... Who Has? Poetry Review Game
Want a fun way to review poetry with your class?
Use this I Have… Who Has? review game.
This product includes:
20 I Have… Who Has? review cards.
Blank I Have… Who Has? cards to create your own questions.
Content covered in this game:
A total of 20 cards are included. Give each student one card until all cards have been distributed. Each card must be distributed for the continuous loop to continue. When I have more than 20 students in a class, I have some students pair up.
The game can begin with the student that has the STAR on his or her card (this is not necessary for the game to work). That student will ask his or her “Who has… question”. The student that has the answer to this question will state “I Have...with the answer”. Then that student will ask his or her “Who has ….question.” This continues until the person that began the game answers his or her question.
If a student does not know an answer, the numbers on the cards will help your class get back on track. The cards are numbered to insure the loop can continue (the answer for number 2 is on card number 3 and so on).
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