The Giver Test

The Giver Test
Grade Levels
Product Rating
8 ratings
File Type

Compressed Zip File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

865 KB|12 pages
Product Description
The Giver Test comes with some options to fit teachers' needs. The test is a mix of levels of questions from basic comprehension to higher order thinking.

Option 1 (if you need something that can be graded quickly and objectively):
20 Multiple choice, 22 True/False, and 8 Matching
Comes in 2 versions with Answer Key
Editable file included

Option 2 (if you want some writing included):
20 Multiple Choice, 16 True/False, 3 short answer, and 1 essay
Comes in 2 versions with Answer Key
2 Different essay options to choose from
Editable file included

Of course, you could always give the objective test and save the essay part of the test for an out-of-class assignment for a separate grade.

Sample Questions:

1. Which of the following is NOT a theme in the novel?
A. Memories shape who people become.
B. A society that appears perfect may have flaws within.
C. A painful past is best forgotten.
D. Wisdom can be gained through memories.

2. One can infer from the text that Jonas’s mother _______________.
A. believes in members of society following the rules.
B. believes Birthmother is a more honorable job than Nurturer.
C. thinks the Committee of Elders needs to watch people longer before assigning jobs.
D. believes all of these are true.

3. Why does this society no longer have cold weather?
A. The sun is moving closer to Earth.
B. Climate Control
C. A man-made force field surrounds the community.
D. Sameness

4. Jonas comes to understand that
A. his father has done nothing wrong since he doesn’t realize he is killing the babies.
B. his friends and family can’t experience memories even though he tries to give them some.
C. Giver has been lying to him about the truth.
D. His family unit loves him very much.

5. The video recording of the baby being released by Jonas’s father is the climax of the novel.
6. Jonas is a round and static character.
7. The main antagonist in the novel is the Chief Elder.

Short Answer:
8. Based on inferences from the novel, what does the author suggest about Sameness?

Enjoy this test already made out for your students with options to fit the needs of your classroom.
Total Pages
12 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
Report this Resource
Digital Download

Selena Smith

More products from Selena Smith
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Digital Download
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign up