In this assessment, there are 15 fill-in-the-blank questions regarding literary terms. The following terms are assessed-setting, protagonist, antagonist, characterization, point of view, conflict, theme, the plot diagram, symbolism, irony, simile, and metaphor.
Assessing your student’s understanding of and is a key aspect for your students to properly understand and analyze literature. Do you not have time to create your own test? I did it for you, and it is completely
In this assessment, there are 15 fill-in-the-blank questions regarding literary terms. The following terms are assessed-setting, protagonist, antagonist, characterization, point of view, conflict, theme, the plot diagram, symbolism, irony, simile, and metaphor. Following, there are 25 multiple choices in reference to both figurative and literary terms in context. These terms include Your students will have to decide which device is being used in the text. The wonderful part is this is all EDITABLE, so if you don’t want something on the test, feel free to change it or take it out!
1. Google Ready 4 Page Literary & Figurative Devices Test
2. Answer Key
3. Completely Editable with Directions!
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