This set of questions is designed to provoke and test students' learning when studying the play by Oscar Wilde.
Some of the questions are basic fact-finding. Others require students to understand why characters act in a particular way, or say specific things. Many seek opinions from students on action or character, and encourage them to justify those opinions.
I usually give each student a copy of the questions when we begin the play, and then use as homework, classwork etc.. It gives students a chance to show off their knowledge of the events as we work through the play. All students seem to love the routine of answering questions in this format. This is also a useful exercise for use with weak and ESL students,especially if you insist that they write full sentences as answers.
There are 94 questions in total. It's an 4 page handout, in Word format, so editable to suit your class.
The preview file contains the first 10 questions.