This test contains 64 questions, mostly recall. It is in multiple choice and matching format. It can be used with Scantron sheets or with the included answer sheet. Answers are included.
This is a revised version to correct reported errors.
This is a short 3 page packet. Page 1 contains 14 viewing questions over the movie that are geared toward Pleasantville being a Utopian/Dystopian society.
Page 2 is a listing of the Pleasantville Code of Conduct
Page 3 contains 4 timed writing
English Language Arts, Social Studies - History
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Movie Guides
This is a 25 question matching, scantronable test with a 25 point essay question. It covers the characters from Breathing Underwater by Alex Flinn. It contains real and fictional quotes by the characters and requires students to match who would
This contains a cumulative essay question that requires students to think about the role each character played in the events leading up to Romeo and Juliet's death. There is an outline to be completed by students that carries them through the
This file contains 6 project options (some are individual and others are small group) for To Kill a Mockingbird and grading rubrics for each option. Each rubric is on a different tab in the Excel spread sheet.
The project choices are for
These questions are page aligned with the 2011 revised edition of Breathing Underwater and this contains 5-10 questions per chapter. The questions are open-ended and of varying levels of difficulty.
This is a Word Document. Each chapter is
This file contains 4 project options (some are individual and others are small group) for The Odyssey and grading rubrics for each option. Each rubric is in a different Excel spreadsheet.
The project choices are for a board game, a travel
This is primarily a cumulative recall test including key quotes. It is entirely multiple choice and 75 questions. It is perfect for lower level students or for pairing with a 25 point essay of your choice. Even though it is 75 multiple choice
Students are to work in groups (I use 3-4 student per group) to create a life-size body biography of a character in Harry Potter. This file contains the directions and requirements. I have it set up for students not to use Harry himself, but as