Ch 14: AEPA Middle Grades ELA: Literary Nonfiction

About This Chapter

This chapter breaks down literary nonfiction for your review with its short, fun video lessons. Seeing the content in this chapter will help prepare you for multiple potential AEPA Middle Grades ELA questions.

AEPA Middle Grades ELA: Literary Nonfiction - Chapter Summary

The lessons will polish up your familiarity with what nonfiction is along with major examples of it so that you're ready for pertinent questions on the day of your AEPA Middle Grades ELA test. By watching the videos, you'll be set for exam items involving:

  • Key characteristics of nonfiction
  • Biographies and autobiographies
  • The definition of narrative nonfiction

Video lessons individually only require about five minutes to watch. Pinpoint any video portions you want to reexamine with the video tags. To confirm that you have a good handle on the topics, you can take each lesson's self-assessment quiz.

AEPA Middle Grades ELA: Literary Nonfiction Chapter Objectives

The AEPA Middle Grades ELA test's questions are used to determine whether you have the kind of expertise needed for teacher certification. The subject matter in this chapter matches up with question topics you could see from the exam's Reading Various Text Forms and Analyzing and Interpreting Literature content domain. Questions included on the test from this subarea are multiple choice and they altogether make up 29% of your score.

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