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Expert instructors created this test prep course to assist you as you prepare for the GACE English Test I. Designed with your needs in mind, all the learning resources included in this chapter are accessible to you 24 hours a day via computers and mobile devices for your convenience. We've included lesson quizzes and chapter tests to give you handy ways to assess your understanding of these topics. You'll find the following subjects covered in this course:
- Literature theory, terms and types
- Context in literary works, plus literary genres
- Middle English and Medieval literature
- Renaissance literature
- English literature of the 17th and 18th centuries
- Romantic prose and poetry in English literature
- Victorian literature
- Literature of the ancient and modern world
- Colonial and Native American literature
- Romantic American literature and dark romanticism
- American transcendentalism
- Realism and modernism in American literature
- Literature of the Harlem renaissance
- Contemporary American literature
- Young adult literature
- Structure and writing forms
- Editing and writing skills
- Citing sources and researching
About the Exam
The GACE English Test I exam is a certification exam designed for prospective teachers who wish to teach secondary school English in the state of Georgia. This test is made up of two parts that may be taken individually or together at the same time. Test I of this exam is made up of 60 multiple-choice questions and two essay responses. Candidates are given two hours to complete this computer-administered exam, which assesses skills and knowledge related to reading for literature, writing and analysis.
This course was last updated in 2019.
GACE English Test I Preparation & Registration
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