Can be used as a preliminary assessment (depending on level) The 4 pages here are two versions of the same quiz, with answers in different order on each version. Pages 1 & 2 are Version 1 of the quiz, and pages 3-4 are version 2 of the quiz. If used as an assessment, students sitting near each other should have different versions to help minimize copying answers.
Objective: Identify words for household chores, Tell who is doing what chore / Write 1rst & third person forms of common chore related verbs -Ar -ER -IR in present tense.
File is editable. Should formatting become an issue, I would recommend checking to see that the page margins have not changed (margins should be at 0.5 for top, bottom, left, right)
The visual representations are appealing to many students (and frustrating to some) and the written in (English) words next to some images are considered accommodations (it's OK and not relevant that the accommodation goes to everyone) *Students should mark letter answers around the margins --and then it is very reasonable to correct.
The quiz, matching images (instead of English) avoids translation for learning just as the preceding activities do--this rationale is helpful to that 5% of students that are initially frustrated with images.