At this key point in your teen’s development of his
philosophy of life, use this quiz and test book to rein
force truth, beauty,
virtue, and a reverence for his Creator. Both objective and essay questions are
included with eternal goals in mind. The quiz and test book is correlated with
the texts American Literature, 4th
ed.; the novel The Scarlet Letter; and
the Homeschool English 11 Parent
Guide/Student Daily Lessons, which also provides 34 oral quizzes over
various literature selections. Answers and grading instructions are sold
separately in the American Literature
Quiz/Test Key. Grade 11.
questions in the 12 literature tests have a greater emphasis this year on theme
and literary techniques. Your teen will focus on significant ideas in light of
biblical principles and the craft of the writer, expanding his own composition
objective questions evaluate your teen’s recall of key details, key lines, and
authors, building his literary background and literary taste.
questions on the unit literature tests often call for your teen to compare
works, identify and explain the significance of key lines, or explain a work’s
theme or symbolism, evaluating ideas from a biblical perspective.
each literature test can stand alone, it is designed to be combined with its
corresponding Workbook V for Handbook of Grammar
and Composition test for one test grade. In eleventh grade, literature
receives the greater emphasis, reflecting your teen’s growing reasoning ability
to consider life’s issues.
nine-weeks exams and semester and final exams provide periodic cumulative
review to encourage long-term retention of learning.
each quiz and test specifies the section of the textbooks it covers, you can
easily adjust quizzes and tests to your schedule for greater flexibility.
17 content quizzes (of 10 questions each) reflect the greater depth of the literary
coverage this year, requiring your teen to read selections with greater
discernment regarding both ideas and techniques.