This is the test I use at the conclusion of the play 12 Angry Men. It does have multiple choice, true/false, short answer, and matching. In addition to the plot questions, there are questions covering relevant vocabulary(drama, act, defense, jury,
This is one version of a quiz I use on literary terms. I teach these terms with a short story unit. They are basic terms students need to know and use in discussing literature. Terms such as protagonist, conflict, point of view, suspense, etc. are
This is pacing guide used to teach English 11 in Virginia where the focus for the 11th grade year is American Literature. Coordinating SOLs are listed on the guide as well as titles of specific pieces of literature and general concepts and units.
In this version, I use matching and short answer/fill in the blank. It tests the students on terms such as: protagonist, static character, flashback, narrator, dynamic character, point of view, etc. I use this with 10th grade, but think it's
This test covers information about the middle ages time period. It also asks questions about the Prologue of the Canterbury Tales as well as questions from The Pardoner's Tale, The Miller's Tale, and The Wife of Bath's Tale.
Students complete this project on a novel of their own choice. The components of the project include journals and reflections. Detailed choices are given and explained on the handout. There is also an oral presentation component to the project. It