- vocabulary questions and sentences: similar to the format of our Gambits
- questions on factual knowledge from the stories (you need to show an understanding of plot, characters, setting etc)
- questions that show your understanding of the terms we've studied AND how they apply to the stories we've studied.
- reading comprehension questions on a story you have not read before.
- terms matching - you will need to be able to match terms with examples and/or definitions of those terms.
You will also need to submit two pieces of writing for final marking. One must be your personal essay and the other can be any other writing we've done this semester turned into a good copy.
These are your summative assessments for this unit and will determine your mark on your progress report.
Reading comprehension practice - one short story
For the remainder of class each group will prepare a jeopardy game based on a template that I will share. Categories will include: Vocabulary, Characters, Terms (point of view, types of conflict etc), Plot, Literary devices (metaphor, simile, personification, imagery)