NOT a simple, low-level "assessment" on just plot, this 30-question multiple choice assessment on Simon Stephens' play adaptation of Mark Haddon's novel "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" features curriculum-anchored questions to playwright's style, indirect characterization, conflict, drama terms (monologue, soliloquy), figurative language, foreshadowing, genre, inferences, irony (dramatic, situational, and verbal), plot, point of view, setting, stage directions, symbolism, and themes. The questions can be used for two quizzes (15 questions on Part 1 and 15 questions on Part 2) or combined together for a test that contains high level, critical thinking questions on the understanding through evaluation levels of Bloom's revised taxonomy model. The test is in-depth but quick and easy to grade. Enjoy!
A study guide packet that can be used as a formative assessment that pairs well with this summative assessment is available as a separate purchase by clicking here