A mostly multiple choice/matching quiz or test for Act 1 of Macbeth. There are a few short answer questions (setting, genre, and the witches' prophesies), along with a few quote identification/explications, also.
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This is a generic log students can use for Independent Reading. It asks students to rate their book from 1-10 and identify books they liked better/worse than this book, justifying their answers. It is a good, generic log that does not require a lot
This assignment asks students to look at images meant to represent Chapters 2 & 12 of The Scarlet Letter. There are 4 guiding questions below the images, helping students evaluate whether the images are adequate representations of the chapters.
This is a multiple choice, fill-n-the-blank, and short answer assessment for Harlan Ellison's "'Repent, Harlequin,' said the Ticktockman." It is meant to be a summative assessment.
An answer key is provided for the multiple choice & fill in
This assessment is meant to be a summative assessment (quiz or test) after acts 2 & 3 of Macbeth. It includes key terms, character identification, plot true/false, and key quote identification. An answer key is provided.
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This Bundle Includes three assessments on Macbeth. They are meant to be summative and can be used as quizzes or tests.
Assessments include a mixture of answer types, including vocabulary/key terms, matching, multiple choice, true/false, short
This assessment is meant to be a summative assessment for Acts 4 & 5 of Macbeth. It assesses some vocabulary, has multiple choice questions, short answer, and key quotes. An answer key is provided.
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This quiz is a summative quiz and consists of some fill in the blank, multiple choice, and short answer questions. It is designed for one 60 minute class block, and the questions/answers are mostly reading comprehension. There is one literary
This resource is a good introduction to soliloquies- it provides two excerpts from experts about soliloquies and then asks the students some reading comprehension questions about the excerpts.
The information provided is the general definition,
This is an assignment sheet, for students to record their grades. It is designed for a weighted points system: there are three grading categories (Formative, Summative, and Homework) and columns for students to record the amount of points earned on
This document has 10 sentences that are a variety of actively and passively constructed. Students identify the noun and verb, determine if the sentence is active or passive, and then fix any passive voice sentences to active.
An answer key with
This activity has directions 4 stations to help students review for an assessment on Act I of Macbeth: examining power relationships, creating quiz questions, timeline, and key quotes. Answer templates are also provided.
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