Othello Quiz Bundle

Othello Quiz Bundle

There is one quiz for each Act of Othello for a total of 5 quizzes. Two quizzes are short answer in nature, compared to three in multiple choice format. All are Word documents for ease of future revisions. In addition to the quizzes, this zip file also contains answer keys for each quiz. Act 1 This is a 12-question comprehension assessment in short answer format. The answer key is included. • Roderigo's affections for Desdemona • Iago's fury toward Othello • Brabantio • The Turks' plan to attack Cyprus • Othello and Desdemona's relationship • Desdemona's internal conflict • Othello's departure • Desdemona's arrangement to stay with Iago • Brabantio's warning to Othello • Iago's manipulation of Roderigo Act 2 This is a 10-question reading comprehension assessment in short answer format. The answer key is included. ♦ The end of the war with the Turks ♦ Iago's emphasis on Cassio's friendliness toward Desdemona ♦ Cassio's weakness ♦ Iago's taking advantage of Cassio's weakness ♦ The consequences of Cassio's actions ♦ Othello's ironic perspective on Iago's character ♦ Cassio seeking advice from one he considers his closest friend ♦ Iago's next manipulative move involving Desdemona Act 3 This is a 13-question reading comprehension assessment in multiple choice format. The answer key is included. ♦ Cassio's verbal exchange with Desdemona ♦ Iago encouraging Othello's suspicions toward Desdemona ♦ Desdemona's requests for Othello to forgive Cassio ♦ Othello's insistence that Iago tell him everything he knows ♦ Iago's underhanded behaviors and statements ♦ Othello's statements on marital trust and jealousy ♦ The retrieval of Desdemona's handkerchief ♦ Othello's mounting suspicions ♦ Othello's ultimatum to Iago ♦ Desdemona's frustrations Act 4 This is an 11-question reading comprehension assessment. An answer key is provided. ♦ Othello's rage-fueled trance ♦ Iago's conspiracy to make Othello think Cassio loves Desdemona ♦ Iago's barbarous suggestion regarding Desdemona's fate ♦ The letter from Venice ♦ Lodovico's witnessing Othello's abusive behavior ♦ Emilia's verbal exchange with Othello ♦ Othello's confrontation with Desdemona ♦ Desdemona turning to Iago for help ♦ Roderigo's frustration with Iago ♦ The arrangement Iago makes for Roderigo ♦ Desdemona's foreshadowing fear Act 5 This is a 13-question reading comprehension assessment in short answer format. The answer key is included. ♦ Iago's concern that Roderigo could expose him ♦ Iago's irrational jealousy of Cassio ♦ Cassio's injury ♦ Fatal wounds ♦ And more
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To Kill a Mockingbird Test & Key

To Kill a Mockingbird Test & Key

Part 1. Historical Context. Multiple Choice. Answer questions pertaining to relevant aspects of American history. • Segregation • Desegregation • Emancipation Proclamation • Harper Lee's birth Part 2. True/False. Respond to questions pertaining primarily to plot. Details covered include (but aren't limited to) the following: • Prejudice and Nazi Germany • Duration of jury deliberations • The length of time Jem reads to Mrs. Dubose • Scout's understanding of Bob's death • The scene of Bob's death • The general hypocrisy of the community • Bob Ewell's testimony • Application of literary terminology, including antagonist and irony • The impact of the Great Depression • Autobiographical parallel • Mayella's motivations • The pageant Part 3. Character Identification. Multiple Choice. Match the character's name to the associated detail. Questions pertain to (but aren't limited to) the following: • The Tim Johnson incident • The scene of Bob Ewell's death • A blanket wrapped around Scout • Dill's summer caretaker • A character living two lives • A stubborn and traditionally Southern visitor • One who helps to protect Helen Robinson • A character who is upset at Scout's ability to read and write • The harsh editorial • One who points out the hypocrisy of others • One who understands the trial but not the larger issue of racism • One who experiences abuse at home • The kindness and generosity of a neighbor • And more Part 4. Quotes. Matching. Crucial quotes from the novel are given. It is the student's job to match the quote to the appropriate context. Part 5. Fill-in-the-Blank. Given a quote, the student will identify the speaker, recipient, and context. Part 6. Short Answer. Respond to questions that require one to apply knowledge of literary devices to the novel. • Dynamic character • Setting • Autobiographical parallel • Theme Seventy-nine questions total. A key is included.
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The Hobbit Test & Key

The Hobbit Test & Key

This is an 87-question assessment for Tolkien's The Hobbit. The corresponding answer key is included. Part 1. Character Identification. Multiple choice. ♦ Bilbo ♦ Thorin ♦ Gandalf ♦ Elrond ♦ Beorn ♦ Bard ♦ Smaug ♦ Roac ♦ The dwarves ♦ Gollum ♦ The Great Goblin ♦ Lord of the Eagles ♦ The trolls ♦ The Elvenking ♦ The woof-elves ♦ The thrush ♦ Wargs Part 2. Places and Concepts. Multiple choice. ♦ The Arkenstone ♦ Durin's Day ♦ Description of a typical Baggins ♦ What it means to be "Tookish" ♦ The dwarves' response to Bilbo's participation ♦ Bilbo's emotional response following the unexpected party ♦ The conflict involving the trolls ♦ Beorn's concerns ♦ Bilbo's sword ♦ The Orcrist ♦ The Last Homely House ♦ The enchanted stream ♦ Thorin and the Elvenking's stubbornness ♦ Bilbo's rescue of the adventurers ♦ Bilbo's escape plan flaw ♦ Lake-town's reaction to the presence of the adventurers ♦ The mountain's secret door ♦ A dragon's traits Part 3. Vocabulary. Matching. 12 questions. ♦ Audacious ♦ Smote ♦ Obstinately ♦ Flummoxed ♦ Venerable ♦ Plight ♦ Forbear ♦ Toothsome ♦ Haste ♦ Mirth ♦ Parley ♦ Eyrie Part 4. Quote Association. Matching. Identify the speaker. 12 quotes. ♦ “If I say he is a Burglar, a Burglar he is, or will be when the time comes.” ♦ “Moon letters are rune letters, but you cannot see them.” ♦ “He’s found it, yes he must have. My birthday present.” ♦ “Well, it is the first time that even a mouse has crept along carefully and quietly under my very nose and not been spotted.” ♦ “…the bacon knows that it will get back in the pan sooner or later, and it is to be hoped we shan’t.” ♦ “The day will come when they will perish and I will go back!” ♦ “I’m going to lie here and sleep and dream of food, if I can’t get it any other way.” ♦ “No treasure will come back through Mirkwood without my having something to say in the matter.” ♦ And more Part 5. Quote Analysis. Identify the speaker, recipient(s) of the statement, and the context. 3 quotes. ♦ “May the wind under your wings bear you where the sun sails and the moon walks.” ♦ “Come along back to your nice cells, and I will lock you all in again, and you can sit there comfortably and think of a better plan.” ♦ “Since I leave now all gold and silver, and go where it is of little worth, I wish to part in friendship from you…” Part 6. Essays. Respond to 2 prompts. ♦ Dynamic character ♦ Heroism ♦ Theme
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To Kill a Mockingbird Close Reading Worksheet (Chapter 20)

To Kill a Mockingbird Close Reading Worksheet (Chapter 20)

This close reading worksheet helps students analyze Atticus's closing remarks in chapter 20 of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. It is seven questions in length, and an answer key is included. The following is addressed: ♦ "I have nothing in my heart but pity..." ♦ A "rigid and time-honored code..." ♦ A suggestion of Mayella's motives ♦ The ignorance and arrogance of the Ewells ♦ Evil assumptions ♦ The idea of all men being created equal
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To Kill a Mockingbird Close Reading Worksheet (Chapters 23 & 26; ACT Prep)

To Kill a Mockingbird Close Reading Worksheet (Chapters 23 & 26; ACT Prep)

This close reading resource helps students analyze two brief passages from chapters 23 and 26 of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. The document features seven questions and covers the following: ♦ Vocabulary in context ♦ Analysis of Jem's dynamic character ♦ Drawing inferences about Boo's motivations ♦ Determining internal conflict ♦ The author's intended message in a passage ♦ The motif of hypocrisy ♦ The author's use of language to establish character This resource was designed to promote deeper understanding of the novel and prepare students for ACT-style questioning. An answer key is included.
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To Kill a Mockingbird Close Reading Worksheet (Chapter 30; ACT Prep)

To Kill a Mockingbird Close Reading Worksheet (Chapter 30; ACT Prep)

This close reading resource helps students analyze chapter 30 of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. The document features 10 questions and covers the following: ♦ Vocabulary in context ♦ Drawing inferences ♦ Character motivations ♦ Character conflicts ♦ The interactions between Atticus and Heck ♦ And more This resource was designed to promote deeper understanding of the novel and prepare students for ACT-style questioning. An answer key is included.
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High School Grammar Packet: Using Commas, Conjunctions, and Semicolons

High School Grammar Packet: Using Commas, Conjunctions, and Semicolons

This grammar packet covers 12 essential rules for using commas, semicolons, and conjunctions correctly. Students apply their understanding of these rules by making revisions to several sentences. This resource is recommended for high school students enrolled in composition classes emphasizing foundational writing skills. An answer key is included.
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High School Grammar Packet: Applying Verb Tenses (Emphasis on Irregular Verbs)

High School Grammar Packet: Applying Verb Tenses (Emphasis on Irregular Verbs)

This grammar packet includes explanations and examples of verbs in their principal parts with an emphasis on irregular verbs. Practices involve filling in blanks to correctly apply verb tenses. This resource is recommended for middle school students preparing for high school composition classes, as well as for high school students enrolled in composition courses emphasizing foundational writing skills. An answer key is included.
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"The Wife's Story" by Ursula K. Le Guin - Quiz & Key

"The Wife's Story" by Ursula K. Le Guin - Quiz & Key

This resource measures reading comprehension and holds students accountable for their assigned reading of "The Wife's Story" by Ursula K. Le Guin. A multiple choice assessment, this quiz features 11 questions and includes an answer key. Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ The narrator's emotional state ♦ The narrator's characterization of her husband ♦ The relationship between the narrator and her sister ♦ A quality about the narrator's husband that "brings the shivers on" her ♦ The moon's role in the husband's transformation ♦ The "curse in his blood" ♦ The husband's tendency to leave home abruptly ♦ The husband's strange smell upon returning ♦ The children's fear of their own father ♦ A physical transformation ♦ The story's resolution Common Core Standards Addressed: RL.9-10.1, RL.9-10.2, RL.9-10.3, RL.9-10.10, RL.11-12.1, RL.11-12.2, RL.11-12.3, RL.11-12.10, CCRA.R.1, CCRA.R.2, CCRA.R.3, CCRA.R.10
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"The Black Cat" by Edgar Allan Poe - Quiz & Key

"The Black Cat" by Edgar Allan Poe - Quiz & Key

This Common Core aligned quiz measures reading comprehension of "The Black Cat" by Edgar Allan Poe. It features 8 short answer questions and 4 multiple choice questions. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following: • Point of view • The narrator's first cat • The "immediate purpose" of the narrative • Neglect and ill-use of animals • The characterization of the wife • The narrator's fate • The setting • The murder of the first cat • Irritating qualities of the second cat • The death of the wife • Concealment of the body • The narrator's undoing
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Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers - Quiz (pg. 1-96)

Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers - Quiz (pg. 1-96)

This Word document features a 12-question quiz in short answer format. A corresponding answer key is included with page numbers cited for reference. Questions pertain to the following important details: ♦ Perry's background ♦ Perry's physical limitations ♦ Rumors concerning the war ♦ Peewee's erratic behavior ♦ Jenkins' death ♦ Lt. Carroll's leadership ♦ ARVN ♦ Perry's family ♦ The media crew filming ♦ A racially motivated conflict
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"The Chaser" by John Collier - Quiz & Key

"The Chaser" by John Collier - Quiz & Key

This 11-question quiz measures reading comprehension and holds students accountable for the assigned reading of "The Chaser" by John Collier. Nine multiple choice questions and two constructed response questions make up this assessment. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ A character description of Alan Austen ♦ Characteristics of the "glove cleaner" ♦ An alternative name for the "glove cleaner" ♦ The cost of the "glove cleaner" ♦ Alan's reason for visiting the old man ♦ The effects of the love potion ♦ Side effects of ingesting the love potion ♦ The cost of the love potion ♦ The old man's business philosophy ♦ The significance of the title (analysis) ♦ Situational irony in the story
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"Robot Dreams" by Isaac Asimov - Quiz & Key

"Robot Dreams" by Isaac Asimov - Quiz & Key

This resource measures reading comprehension and holds students accountable for the assigned reading of "Robot Dreams" by Isaac Asimov. A 15-question multiple choice quiz, this resource includes an answer key. Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ The robot's name ♦ Linda Rash's profession ♦ The robot's positronic brain pattern ♦ Linda's application of fractal geometry ♦ Why Linda chose not to consult with anyone on her work ♦ How the doctors re-awaken the robot ♦ How long the robot has been dreaming ♦ The content of the robot's dreams ♦ The First, Second, and Third Laws of Robotics ♦ The robot's revision to the Third Law of Robotics ♦ "Let my people go" ♦ Why Susan decides to destroy the robot ♦ The significance of Linda Rash's name to the story's plot
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The House on Mango Street Quiz - Sections 38-40

The House on Mango Street Quiz - Sections 38-40

This 10-question multiple choice quiz measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. An answer key is included. The assessment covers sections titled "The Monkey Garden" through "Linoleum Roses." Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ A peculiar pet ♦ The garden's deterioration ♦ Tito stealing Sally's keys and trying to get her to kiss him ♦ Esperanza's desire to protect Esperanza, only to put herself in jeopardy ♦ A trip to the carnival ♦ Esperanza's traumatizing experience ♦ Esperanza's anger at Sally and women ♦ Sally's marriage
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The House on Mango Street Quiz - Sections 34-37

The House on Mango Street Quiz - Sections 34-37

This 10-question multiple choice quiz measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. An answer key is included. The assessment covers sections titled "Bums in the Attic" through "What Sally Said." Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ Esperanza's decision to stop going to look at dream houses and her reasoning ♦ Esperanza's decision to let bums live in the attic of her future house ♦ Esperanza's concern that she is not attractive enough ♦ Esperanza's decision not to surrender her power as a female and how it manifests ♦ Esperanza's mom and her past ♦ Esperanza's mom and her comments about being "a smart cookie" ♦ Sally and the abuse she suffers from her father ♦ The reason Sally's father abuses her ♦ Sally's attempts to seek safety and Esperanza's willingness to protect her
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"Split Cherry Tree" by Jesse Stuart - Quiz & Key

"Split Cherry Tree" by Jesse Stuart - Quiz & Key

This resource measures reading comprehension and holds students accountable for the assigned reading of "Split Cherry Tree" by Jesse Stuart. A short answer assessment, this quiz features 9 questions and includes an answer key. Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ The cause of the split cherry tree ♦ Dave's means of repayment ♦ Dave's insistence that he not stay after school and why ♦ Dave's father's behavior ♦ Professor Herbert's lesson involving bacteria ♦ Dave's father's philosophy on killing ♦ Professor Herbert's thoughtful offer ♦ A surprising admission regarding how education has changed and how it has passed Dave's father by
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Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 3-4

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 3-4

This 10-question multiple choice quiz measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ A prominent article of clothing ♦ A character description of Ackley ♦ Inference skills (Holden's judgment of Ackley) ♦ A character description of Stradlater ♦ An agreement Holden strikes with Stradlater ♦ Jane Gallagher ♦ Holden's obsession with and hatred toward phonies
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The House on Mango Street Quiz - Sections 22-25

The House on Mango Street Quiz - Sections 22-25

This 11-question multiple choice quiz measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. An answer key is included. The assessment covers sections titled "Papa Who Wakes Up Tired in the Dark" through "Geraldo No Last Name." Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ Her father's emotional breakdown and its cause ♦ Esperanza's responsibility to explain death to her siblings ♦ Her father's need to travel to Mexico unexpectedly ♦ A game Esperanza and her friends play, which ultimately causes them strife ♦ A character description of Aunt Lupe ♦ Aunt Lupe's encouragement of Esperanza's writing ♦ A visit to the fortune teller ♦ Esperanza's desire to know whether she will have her own house ♦ Esperanza's skepticism ♦ The death of Geraldo ♦ Marin's connection
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The House on Mango Street Quiz - Sections 26-29

The House on Mango Street Quiz - Sections 26-29

This 11-question multiple choice quiz measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. An answer key is included. The assessment covers sections titled "Edna's Ruthie" through "Four Skinny Trees." Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ Ruthie's friendship with Esperanza and her friends ♦ Ruthie's marriage ♦ The characterization of Edna ♦ Ruthie and Esperanza's common interest in writing ♦ The characterization of Earle ♦ Sire, the boy Esperanza likes and her parents dislike ♦ Esperanza's feelings toward Lois ♦ Esperanza's sense of self ♦ Esperanza's comparison to trees ♦ The reason behind the comparison
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Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 7-9

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 7-9

This 10-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for the reading of Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ Holden's difficulties in falling asleep ♦ A late-night conversation with Ackley ♦ Holden's decision to leave for New York abruptly ♦ Holden's decision to delay returning to his parents' apartment ♦ Holden's train ride encounter with Ms. Morrow and the ensuing conversation ♦ Holden's hypocrisy ♦ Holden's loneliness ♦ Holden's attempt to set himself up on a date ♦ Holden's judgment of many other hotel patrons
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Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 21-23

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 21-23

This 11-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ Holden's observation about sleeping children ♦ How Holden was able to gain easy access to his parents' apartment ♦ Holden's perusal of Phoebe's school books and personal notes ♦ Phoebe's middle name ♦ Phoebe's concern that Dad will want to kill Holden for being expelled ♦ How Phoebe demonstrates her frustrations toward Holden ♦ Phoebe's accusation that Holden hates everything ♦ Holden's interpretation of a misheard song lyric ♦ The James Castle incident ♦ What Holden loaned James ♦ Holden's desire to call Mr. Antolini
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Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 5-6

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 5-6

This 10-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for the reading of Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following key ideas: ♦ A trip to the movies ♦ Application of situational irony (irony of result) ♦ Ackley's inclusion ♦ The intended subject matter of Stradlater's composition assignment ♦ Holden's decision to deviate from the assignment's expectations ♦ Character description of Allie ♦ Holden's response to Allie's death ♦ Stradlater's reaction to Holden's writing ♦ Holden's attempt to irritate Stradlater ♦ Stradlater's date with Jane ♦ A physical altercation
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Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 10-12

Catcher in the Rye Quiz - Chapters 10-12

This 10-question multiple choice assessment measures comprehension and holds students accountable for reading Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. An answer key is included. Questions pertain to the following key details: ♦ Phoebe (her humor, creativity, and biggest imperfection according to Holden) ♦ The Lavender Room ♦ Holden's actions in the Lavender Room (ordering drinks, flirting, etc.) ♦ The history of Holden and Jane's friendship ♦ Textual evidence that supports how Holden felt closest to Jane (baseball glove) ♦ Jane's alcoholic father ♦ "All you knew is you were happy" ♦ Horwitz ♦ Ernie's nightclub ♦ The significance of these chapters in terms of our understanding of Holden's character (his loneliness and search for companionship)
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