These documents include the text of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Jelly-Bean," with a 20-question reading assessment (Common Core aligned), and an answer key.
The text is 9 pages. The questions are 3 pages, and the answer key is also 3 pages.
Since the documents are in Word and in PDF versions, there are a total of 30 pages.
I use this reading assessment as a cold read at the end of my unit on Modernism. The 20 questions are a mixture of simple in-the-text-type questions and more challenging beyond-the-text questions that require higher order thinking skills.
You could use it as a test, quiz, reading assessment, homework assignment, or reading assignment.
This could also be used as an emergency lesson plan when a substitute is needed quickly but you also need a decent lesson.
Common Core State Standards
RL.9-10.1, 3, 4
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