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I do not still have my test, but I remember what I did. I had it be a matching test. I put all the characters and their descriptions and had them match. I also had quotes they had to match to the person.

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TeacherBB 05-16-2007 03:36 PM

I do not still have my test, but I remember what I did. I had it be a matching test. I put all the characters and their descriptions and had them match. I also had quotes they had to match to the person.

Erilynn 05-14-2007 11:46 AM

http://www.nt.net/~torino/wgame.html

http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0214...le_choice.html

http://www.funtrivia.com/quizzes/for...en_raskin.html

http://www.margateschools.org/eat/mi...nggamehome.htm

Maybe you could pull something together with these sites. The last one seems to have a lot of good "stuff".

TexTeacher 05-14-2007 10:54 AM

Edhelper has a unit on the book. All their units have end of book tests and extended activities.

educ8r 05-14-2007 10:29 AM

We do tests after a few chapters. It helps not overwhelm the students. We use the NOVEL TIES resource book.
I will also check my files to see if we have a teacher made one.

drauth 05-14-2007 05:11 AM

I'm wondering if anyone has a really good end of book test for The Westing Game - it's a tough one to test because it's so long and intricate (but so fun!), however, I want to do some type of end of book assessment.




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