This product contains two tests -- one for regular education (or advanced) students and the other is for struggling students.
Regular Ed Test:
This is a twenty-four question test. 14 questions are multiple choice questions (4 answer choices). The other 10 questions are short answer with space for students to write about two sentences each. Each question has the name and page numbers of the chapter students can use to determine the answer.
This test is two and a half pages long. The 4th-6th pages of the document are the answer key. Answers include the corresponding page number to make it easy for you to go over the test with the whole class after you've scored them.
Literary Terms Used on This Test: dynamic character, static character, novel, hyperbole, personification, simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, allusion, alliteration, irony, setting.
Modified Test: 29 questions, but only three are constructed response. Two pages with a two page key. Some questions are the same as the regular ed version, some are different. To glance at the first page of each test, they do look similar.
Literary Terms Used on This Test: dynamic character, simile, metaphor, hyperbole, allusion, setting, personification, novel.
My literature tests don't contain a vocabulary section. I do that as a separate assessment in my classroom and that seemed the easiest way to offer them to you. If a vocabulary test is not yet in my store for this title, I promise it will be soon!
My soapbox: This test, like all my literature tests, is open-book for all of my students. I'm not trying to test students' memory of what the book says; I'm trying to test their understanding of it. Besides, we want our students to keep returning to the text to read again for deeper meaning, right?