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Course SummaryIncluded in this course are video lessons that will serve as a helpful and comprehensive study guide for the NY Regents English Language Arts exam. Each lesson will cover a different topic you will need to know in order to succeed on the exam.
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About This Course
You can watch the video lessons included in this course to prepare for the different kinds of questions that you will encounter on the NY Regents English Language Arts exam. These lessons will cover all aspects of English language arts, including reading, writing, research skills, etc. Some of the specific topics you will learn about when you go through this lesson are:
- Reading skills
- Different types of fiction
- Analyzing literary texts
- Analyzing poems
- Major literary terms and devices
- English language arts research skills
- Grammar and punctuation
About the Exam
The New York Regents English Language Arts exam is comprised of three different sections. The first section contains 24 multiple-choice reading comprehension questions based on specific reading passages provided in the exam itself. The second section contains one text, for which you are required to write a single source-based response. The third section requires you to construct a lengthy analysis of a longer text. When constructing your source-based response and your reading analysis, be sure to keep in mind the cultural and historical contexts in which the passages were written.
NY Regents Exam - English Language Arts Preparation & Registration
This study guide contains helpful overviews of the different English language arts skills and topics from which you will need to draw when answering questions in the NY Regents English Language Arts exam. The lessons go over topics such as reading skills, literary analysis, types and styles of poetry, literary devices, the basics of essay writing, and argumentative reading and writing.
The NY Regents Exams are required for all high school students in the state of New York seeking to graduate with a Regents Diploma. The exam will be administered by each school at a date and time determined by the state. When taking the exam, students must ensure that they do not have or use communication devices, or else risk invalidating their scores. Students must also write the essay-based questions in pen, so it's a good idea to bring multiple pens with you on test day. Upon completing the exam, students must also sign a declaration that they did not have prior knowledge of the test questions, nor received any outside help in answering the questions.
The NY Regents English Language Arts Exam is a registered trademark of The New York State Education Department, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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