This is a final test which can be used with or without a scantron (all answers are objective). There are two different versions (A and B) just in case you have some students who have wandering eyes! The answer keys are also included. The test totals
This guide asks students to compare and contrast aspects of the play and Baz Luhrmann's film interpretation. It includes a graphic organizer for the characters and three paragraph response questions for students to answer.
This packet features 8 fishbowl/Socratic seminar questions for the students (the full assignment ready to be photocopied), the rubric for the students to use, and the teacher rubric. The questions focus on the themes and other literary devices
A few years ago, I created my own original study questions for Dante's Inferno. My goal was to be able to teach this piece with sophomores in high school and most of the resources I found were geared towards college students.
This packet contain
This is a set of ten reading questions I usually assign students for homework. they cover both the plot and some literary devices from Nathaniel Hawthorne's short story. They are a great starting point for class discussion.
This is a set of 18 reading questions I usually assign students for homework. They cover both the plot and literary devices from Poe's short story, ranging in difficulty. They are a great starting point for class discussion.
This test coordinates to my free vocabulary handout from the short story, "The Lottery."
It is made for a scantron, but can also be given without one. The test is worth a total of 35 points, includes an answer key, and is composed of 4 parts:
These guides give students a set of general questions for both fictional works and nonfictional works to help them complete their outside reading assignments. I only use this for outside reading as I am not directly working through these works with
This is a vocabulary list for Shirley Jackson's short story "The Lottery." There are 15 words, their parts of speech, and simple definitions. There is also a column included for students to input the page number that each word appears on in their
This is a set of 34 extensive reading questions I usually assign students for homework. They cover both the plot and literary devices from McCormack's short story, ranging in difficulty. They are a great starting point for class discussion.