This document contains 98 close reading analysis questions for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. There are 53 questions for part one, and 15 questions each for parts two, three, and four. The question stems are aligned with the CLEP Analyzing and
Catcher in the Rye is sectioned off into 4 chunks. Each chunk has comprehension questions, close reading questions, and critical thinking questions. This copy also has outlined responses with quotes from the novel as evidence.
This 153 questions multiple choice quiz covers the entire book. The questions cover not only plot points, but also important allusions made within the book. Students will need to make inferences for some questions, but most are straight forward.
This lesson works best in groups and allows students an access point to the culture of the 1950s. The lesson also provides charts that allow students to compare cultural aspects across time. I used this with high school seniors and college freshmen
This document includes close reading questions with exemplar answers. I have usually used this as a document to ask close reading questions in class, but I have also seen success in class using these questions to get kids to write about the text.
This is an analysis quiz modeled after the CLEP Analyzing and Interpreting Literature exam. The quiz asks students to make in depth, analytical judgements about small portions of the text in part 1 of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
This is an assessment for pages 53-104 of Catcher in the Rye. The assessment is modeled after the CLEP, which is a college credit earning test produced by College Board. These are mainly close reading and critical thinking multiple choice questions.
This document contains plot quizzes for every chapter of the book from the prologue through the epilogue. The quizzes are separated by page numbers. All answers are included in the document, which is modifiable.
This poetry project asks students to utilize many skills to paraphrase the poem, identify the main idea, make generalizations, and identify important supporting details to create a lesson on the poem themselves.
This poetry packet cane be used on its own or with my other product "Catcher in the Rye Capstone Project." This packets helps students analyze difficult poetry through the access point of understanding the novel it is connected to.
This assessment is modeled after the CLEP, a college credit earning exam produced by College Board. This assessment covers pages 157-214 of Catcher in the Rye. The questions are multiple choice close reading and critical thinking skills.
This quiz is meant to prepare students for taking the CLEP test for Analyzing and Interpreting Literature. This is an original creation as we are preparing our students (12th grade) to take the CLEP at the end of the year.
This project asks students to use many different skills. Students need to be able to paraphrase a poem to understand main idea, important supporting details, and make generalizations. They will then need to be able to connect these ideas to the
This graphic organizer can work for any key passage in any Shakespearean play, but I used it with Othello. This really seemed to help students understand why certain passages were significant and how to pull important information from them.