This is the Lesson test I give my students on the Revolutionary War. There is a total of 4 different versions of the test (Many of the tests have the same questions, they are just different points or add questions to make the test more challenging).
Here is what you would get:
1. Test #1: 41 questions: 100 points: In the following format: Multiple Choice, True/False, Fill in the Blank, and short answer (Written Response), and a reading about George Washington and 3 questions.
2. Test #2: 37 Questions: 110 Points: Multiple Choice, Fill in the Blank, True/False, and short answer (Written Response), and a reading about George Washington and 3 questions.
3. Test #3: 29 Questions: 100 Points: Matching, Multiple Choice, Does Not Belong, Fill in the Blank , True/False, and short answer (Written Response)
4. Test #4: 14 Questions: 60 Points, written response about the Declaration of Independence.
I have designed this for Middle School, however, I have used it before for high school and I have adjusted my grading based on the age of the student. The multiple choice, matching, and True/False are pretty easy, however, it is always the written response in which I can really adjust my grading to fit the appropriate grade level. I am much more strict on my grading when it comes to the high school students and their written response.
Some of the tests will have the Common Core standard labeled next to the question.