Type:

Assessment, Fiction

Description:

Assessment for Their Eyes Were Watching God. Includes character matching, multiple choice, short answer questions, and essay questions.

Subjects:

  • Language Arts > General
  • Language Arts > Literature
  • Language Arts > Reading Comprehension

Education Levels:

  • Grade 9
  • Grade 10

Keywords:

Language:

English

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LA.11-12.1.6: English Language Arts

Drawing on one of the widely used professional evaluation forms for group discussion, evaluate how well participants engage in discussions at a local meeting.

LA.11-12.2.6: English Language Arts

Analyze differences in responses to focused group discussion in an organized and systematic way.

LA.11-12.3.17: English Language Arts

Deliver formal presentations for particular audiences using clear enunciation and appropriate organization, gestures, tone, and vocabulary.

LA.11-12.3.18: English Language Arts

Create an appropriate scoring guide to evaluate final presentations.

LA.11-12.4.26: English Language Arts

Identify and use correctly new words acquired through study of their different relationships to other words.

LA.11-12.4.27: English Language Arts

Use general dictionaries, specialized dictionaries, thesauruses, histories of language, books of quotations, and other related references as needed.

LA.11-12.5.30: English Language Arts

Identify, describe, and apply all conventions of standard English.

LA.11-12.5.31: English Language Arts

Describe historical changes in conventions for usage and grammar.

LA.11-12.5.32: English Language Arts

Explain and evaluate the influence of the English language on world literature and world cultures.

LA.11-12.5.33: English Language Arts

Analyze and explain how the English language has developed and been influenced by other languages.

LA.11-12.6.10: English Language Arts

Analyze the role and place of standard American English in speech, writing, and literature.

LA.11-12.6.11: English Language Arts

Analyze how dialect can be a source of negative or positive stereotypes among social groups.

LA.11-12.8.32: English Language Arts

Identify and analyze the point(s) of view in a literary work.

LA.11-12.8.33: English Language Arts

Analyze patterns of imagery or symbolism and connect them to themes and/or tone and mood.

LA.11-12.8.34: English Language Arts

Analyze and evaluate the logic and use of evidence in an author's argument.

LA.11-12.9.7: English Language Arts

Relate a literary work to the seminal ideas of its time.

LA.11-12.10.6: English Language Arts

Identify and analyze characteristics of genres (satire, parody, allegory, pastoral) that overlap or cut across the lines of genre classifications such as poetry, prose, drama, short story, essay, and editorial.

LA.11-12.11.6: English Language Arts

Apply knowledge of the concept that a text can contain more than one theme.

LA.11-12.11.7: English Language Arts

Analyze and compare texts that express a universal theme, and locate support in the text for the identified theme.

LA.11-12.12.6: English Language Arts

Analyze, evaluate, and apply knowledge of how authors use techniques and elements in fiction for rhetorical and aesthetic purposes.

LA.11-12.13.26: English Language Arts

Analyze and evaluate the logic and use of evidence in an author's argument.

LA.11-12.13.27: English Language Arts

Analyze, explain, and evaluate how authors use the elements of non-fiction to achieve their purposes.

LA.11-12.14.6: English Language Arts

Analyze and evaluate the appropriateness of diction and imagery (controlling images, figurative language, understatement, overstatement, irony, paradox).

LA.11-12.15.9: English Language Arts

Identify, analyze, and evaluate an author's use of rhetorical devices in persuasive argument.

LA.11-12.15.10: English Language Arts

Analyze and compare style and language across significant cross-cultural literary works.

LA.11-12.16.12: English Language Arts

Analyze the influence of mythic, traditional, or classical literature on later literature and film.

LA.11-12.17.8: English Language Arts

Identify and analyze types of dramatic literature.

LA.11-12.17.9: English Language Arts

Identify and analyze dramatic conventions (monologue, soliloquy, chorus, aside, dramatic irony).

LA.11-12.18.6: English Language Arts

Demonstrate understanding of the functions of playwright, director, technical designer, and actor by writing, directing, designing, and/or acting in an original play.

LA.11-12.19.28: English Language Arts

Write well-organized stories or scripts with an explicit or implicit theme, using a variety of literary techniques.

LA.11-12.19.29: English Language Arts

Write poems using a range of forms and techniques.

LA.11-12.19.30: English Language Arts

Write coherent compositions with a clear focus, objective presentation of alternate views, rich detail, well-developed paragraphs, and logical argumentation.

LA.11-12.20.6: English Language Arts

Use effective rhetorical techniques and demonstrate understanding of purpose, speaker, audience, and form when completing expressive, persuasive, or literary writing assignments.

LA.11-12.21.9: English Language Arts

Revise writing to improve style, word choice, sentence variety, and subtlety of meaning after rethinking how well questions of purpose, audience, and genre have been addressed.

LA.11-12.22.10: English Language Arts

Use all conventions of standard English when writing and editing.

LA.11-12.23.14: English Language Arts

Organize ideas for emphasis in a way that suits the purpose of the writer.

LA.11-12.23.15: English Language Arts

Craft sentences in a way that supports the underlying logic of the ideas.

LA.11-12.24.6: English Language Arts

Formulate original, open-ended questions to explore a topic of interest, design and carry out research, and evaluate the quality of the research paper in terms of the adequacy of its questions, materials, approach, and documentation of sources.

LA.11-12.25.6: English Language Arts

Individually develop and use criteria for assessing work across the curriculum, explaining why the criteria are appropriate before applying them.

LA.11-12.26.6: English Language Arts

Identify the aesthetic effects of a media presentation and identify and evaluate the techniques used to create them.

LA.11-12.27.8: English Language Arts

Create coherent media productions that synthesize information from several sources.
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