This Poetry Unit Test asks students to define and identify poetic devices and figurative language, close read two poems for structure and meaning, and write a short essay with text-to-text and text-to-self connections. There are fifteen matching questions, ten identification, two close-read poems with five multiple-choice questions each, and an essay prompt. (grades 7-10)
To save paper, print a class set of tests and give each student one of the included answer sheets. You can print the essay question on the back if you want, ending up with 1/2 sheet of paper per student.
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What You Get:
Part I. Poetic Devices & Figurative Language Definitions (15 questions)
Part II. Poetic Devices & Figurative Language Identification (10 total)
Part III. Two Close Read Poems with five multiple-choice questions (10 total)
Part IV. Essay Question
--> The test prints front-back without Part IV, so it's optional for you to include this.
This resource is included in my Poetry Unit for Interactive Notebooks.
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