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Course SummaryFrom literary structures to vocabulary development, the brief video lessons in this study guide offer a review of the topics you can expect to encounter on the NES English Language Arts exam, the current teacher certification exam for Arizona. The NES English Language Arts exam has replaced the AEPA English Language Arts exam.
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About This AEPA English Language Arts Exam Study Guide
The AEPA English Language Arts (NT301) exam has been discontinued and replaced with the NES English Language Arts exam. This study guide is up-to-date and designed to prepare you for the current version of the NES English Language Arts exam. You will discover that this course contains a detailed plan that will guide you through the process of reviewing all the major topics that will be discussed on the exam. Whether you want to go over every lesson or only touch on the areas in which you are least familiar, our materials will give you the power to pick the strategy that is best for you.
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This course was last updated in 2019.
AEPA English Language Arts Course Information
This course is designed to prepare you for the AEPA English Language Arts exam, covering all of the topics outlined in the official test materials provided by Pearson Education, Inc. Our professional instructors created this comprehensive course to help you master these objectives. Some of the topics covered in this course are listed below:
Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, and Reading Various Text Forms
- Understanding strategies for developing vocabulary knowledge
- Utilizing effective reading comprehension strategies
- Mastering reading instruction for informational, persuasive and functional texts
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature
- Exploring ways to analyze and interpret various forms of literature
- Determining strategies to analyzing various forms of poetry
- Examining the major characteristics of literatures from around the world in their social and historical contexts
English Language Conventions, Composition, Writing Process, and Research
- Understanding the conventions of Standard American English
- Reviewing the writing process and effective composition
- Investigating the elements of effective and appropriate research
Modes of Writing
- Utilizing effective strategies for narrative, analytical, expository and persuasive writing
Oral and Visual Communication
- Applying effective listening and speaking skills for participating in group discussions
- Exploring skills for effective presentation and analyzation of various media forms
AEPA English Language Arts Course Format
This AEPA English Language Arts exam study guide course has 38 chapters and 311 quick lessons to help you review. The course also has chapter quizzes so you can check your preparation progress and study tools, such as flashcards and video lessons.
AEPA English Language Arts Exam Information
- Number of Questions: 150
- Question Type: Multiple-choice
- Time Limit: 3 hours
- Exam Cost: $95
NAEPA English Language Arts Exam Breakdown
|AEPA English Language Arts Exam Concept||Percentage of the AEPA English Language Arts Exam||Approximate Number of Questions|
|Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, and Reading Various Text Forms||23%||35|
|Analyzing and Interpreting Literature||23%||34|
|English Language Conventions, Composition, Writing Process, and Research||19%||28|
|Modes of Writing||23%||35|
|Oral and Visual Communication||12%||18|
Registering & Preparing for the AEPA English Language Arts Exam
As with the majority of educator assessment tests, the registration process for the AEPA English Language Arts exam begins with you creating an online account profile. Once you establish your online profile, you can choose a test location and pay any required registration fees. Additional information, such as confirmation emails, may be submitted to you as part of the process. Always follow the directions listed in the registration confirmation emails.
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Scoring the AEPA English Language Arts Exam
Questions on the NES English Language Arts Test will be graded on a scale, and Arizona educators must meet the minimum requirement of 220 points to pass. To access your score, you will need to log into your AEPA account on or after the designated score reporting date.
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