Included are reading quizzes for Divergent as well as a final test. Reading quizzes follow this breakdown of chapters:
1-3, 4-9, 10-15, 16-21, 22-27, 28-34, and 35-39.
The test is a comprehensive final test with a variety of question types:
This is a final test and key for John Green's novel The Fault in Our Stars. It includes a variety of question types: multiple choice, short answer, short essay, etc.
John Green's The Fault in Our Stars is a very timely piece dealing with teenagers
This project is for use with a dystopian novel/literature unit. It asks students to create a dystopia of their own. Ultimately, they create four end-products: encyclopedia entry, creative story, promo/commercial, and presentation.
This is a very detailed peer editing checklist/process for a persuasive research paper in MLA format. It is intended to walk students through the peer editing process step-by-step and to ensure that they've checked all aspects of the paper from
This test is to be used after students have watched Spike Lee's film Malcolm X. The test includes sequencing of events, fill-in-the-blank, short answer, and short essay. An answer key is provided as well.
I used this film as part of a
This includes the final tests and keys for all three Oedipus Cycle plays by Sophocles: Oedipus the King, Oedipus at Colonus, and Antigone. These have been bundled to offer a price break for those wanting to purchase all three. All three are
This progressive journaling activity puts students in Hamlet's shoes in order to introduce them to the main external/internal conflicts he faces, as well as to allow them to think about how they would react in the same situation.
This assignment asks students to create a pilgrimage prologue of their own. I've had everything from people stuck in an elevator, runners running down the road, villains at a villains' convention, etc. You name it! It's always a fun activity and one
This project asks students to view and analyze two movies that appear to be very different but that actually complement each other. Students must analyze movie poster design, how movies impact and shape our culture, intertextuality, and then present