115 Quizstar quizzes ready for your English, Film, or Social Studies class. YOU MUST have a Quizstar account to use these codes. You can just join to get the quizzes to download, but you should check out using the actual program. It will take you some time to download the quizzes and format properly. I will sell this pack for more money when I do it later.
115 Quizzes! Out of those quizzes, most are around 10 questions long, but some are 2-3 times that length, sometimes in two parts. This was done because the only drawback to Quizstar is the Back button problem (kids hit it and they get a zero that you need to reset). I know most teachers will never use ALL of these quizzes, but if you even use five, it'll save you at least ten hours of time. What's that time worth? Once you have the Import Code, edit the quizzes until you are completely happy with the result. Add pictures (see some of my film quizzes as examples). Have fun. That's right, have FUN.
This download represents ALL of my Quizstar quizzes, though some of my other products include nicely-formatted versions with answer keys for those who prefer old-school multiple choice. My quizzes include 11 ACT-style grammar quizzes and 14 ACT-style reading quizzes, mostly in the 16-19, 20-23, and 24-27 ranges.
Plus, all three acts of A Doll's House by Ibsen; Abalone, Abalone, Abalone; America's Expansion West; Antigone; Cask of Amantillado; Catcher in the Rye (three ACT quizzes); Cultural Literacy (English/World Lit) quizzes--general background info; Death of a Salesman; Film class vocabulary; The Grave; The Lonely; Pride and Prejudice (book and 2005 film); Gattaca; Lit terms vocabulary; Glass Menagerie; Guess What? I Almost Kissed my Father Goodnight Tonight; Hamlet; House on Mango Street (ACT-like); In Dreams Begin Responsibilities / To My Dear and Loving Husband; King Arthur; Little Red Riding Hood; Merchant of Venice (each Act and Intro Quiz); Minister's Black Veil; Misused Words (multiple--a pet peeve); My Antonia; Occurence at Owl Creek Bridge; Princess Bride (film); The Quiet Man; Tale of Two Cities (partial); The 1st 3 Lives of Stuart Hornsley; The Bet; The Lottery; The Miracle Worker; The Moon is Down; To Kill a Mockingbird; To Build a Fire; various vocabulary.
These quizzes and the results (graphs) are great for any of you working with PDSA, PDP, SLO, ACT, Continuous Improvement, RTI, Gradual Release, CSS, PBIS, Data, SMART Goals, I Cans, skills, Common Core, CCR, and all others.
Great for homeschooling, too. If you homeschool and aren't sure how to prep for the ACT or SAT, this is really all you'd need to get all the way through high school English with your kid, especially since you can take some of the examples and expand on them or use them with other texts. In fact, homeschools or startup schools could use these quizzes to help develop four or more years of English classes. The Cultural Literacy quizzes amount to more than most American high school students know about literature after Twelfth Grade. What's sad for them is an opportunity for you.