Reflection: Checks for Understanding Ending the life of Shakespeare with a Comprehensive Exam - Section 2: Guided Practice


What an exciting way to end this unit? Students have spent weeks studying Shakespeare, researching his life, and discovering his differing perspectives about love. Prior to giving the assessment, I wanted to give students another chance to review the contents of the play. I LOVE jeopardy and my students LOVE having opportunities for wining prizes and points on their test. While the game couldn't last long, students enjoyed getting accurate responses to the questions in the game.

  Game Reflection
  Checks for Understanding: Game Reflection
Loading resource...

Ending the life of Shakespeare with a Comprehensive Exam

Unit 5: MidSummer Night's Dream
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: SWBAT collaborate in groups to play a game on Shakespeare and work independently to complete an exam on a play.

Big Idea: Take 1! Take 2! Rehearsing how to test your knowledge on Shakespeare.

  Print Lesson
1 teacher likes this lesson
Similar Lessons
Determining A Book To Read For Author Visit
8th Grade ELA » Independent Reading II
Big Idea: Choose your own adventure! Well, sort of. Choose your book then create a plan.
Demarest, NJ
Environment: Suburban
Toby Murphy
What is a Sandwich?
8th Grade Science » Introduction to Science and Engineering Practices
Big Idea: Students identify what makes a sandwich a sandwich to practice argumentation based on evidence.
Lake In The Hills, IL
Environment: Suburban
Lori Knasiak
Day 1 - "Ain't I a Woman?" by Sojourner Truth
8th Grade ELA » What is it to be a Woman in America?
Big Idea: What Is Sojourner Truth's Truth?

Environment: Suburban
Nicholas Gearing
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload