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Ch 10: NES ELA: Points of View in Literature

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Enhance your preparations for the NES English Language Arts assessment by watching engaging videos. Refresh your knowledge of literary points of view and take quizzes to test what you've learned.

NES ELA: Points of View in Literature - Chapter Summary

This comprehensive overview is designed to give you the insight you need to answer questions related to points of view in literature when you take the NES English Language Arts test. Watching the video lessons can help you:

  • Get the gist of first-, second- and third-person point of view
  • Understand point of view in fiction
  • Identify types of narrators in literature
  • Describe the role of the narrator in American novels
  • Discuss how an author is able to develop and contrast points of view

This chapter gives you the opportunity to learn from expert instructors in the comfort of your home or on the go via your smartphone or tablet. You can also access experts who are ready to answer any questions you have about the lessons.

NES ELA: Points of View in Literature Chapter Objectives

Topics in this chapter help you prepare for a specific portion of the NES English Language Arts assessment. The test is broken into five content domains. This chapter's lessons are found in the Analyzing and Interpreting Literature content domain which constitutes approximately 23% of the total exam. Preparing for this portion of the assessment gets you closer to earning a national benchmark minimum passing score of 220 (or 236 in Oregon) and gaining the ability to teach English language arts to secondary-level students in your state.

The assessment consists of 150 multiple-choice questions and is taken on the computer. In addition to watching video lessons that explore points of view in literature, you can take the lesson quizzes in this chapter that are similar in content and format to those you'll find on the test. If you answer any quiz questions incorrectly, simply click the link next to that answer to revisit the related topic in the video lesson.

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