This is the Lesson test I give my students on World War 1. There is a total of 3 different versions of the test. There is also a 25 question review.
Here is what you would get:
1. Test #1: 19 questions: In the following format: Multiple Choice, True/False, Fill in the Blank, and short answer (Written Response)
2. Test #2: 19 Questions: Multiple Choice, Fill in the Blank, True/False, and short answer (Written Response, these are longer than test #1’s short answer)
3. Test #3: 26 Questions: Matching, Multiple Choice, Does Not Belong, Fill in the Blank , True/False, and short answer (Written Response)
4. 25 Question Review. There are 25 questions that are typed up that are related to most of the test. I give this to my student either as homework to prepare them for the test or let them work with a partner on these questions in class as a review.
I have given this test to 7th, 8th, 9th, , 10th and 11th graders. The multiple choice, matching, and True/False are pretty easy, however, it is always the written response in which I can really adjust my grading to fit the appropriate grade level. I am much more strict on my grading when it comes to the high school students and their written response.