Ch 18: GACE English: Romantic American Literature

About This Chapter

Complete the lessons and assessments in this chapter to improve your understanding of the romantic era in American literature in preparations for the GACE English test. Use this chapter to review major works of Irving and Longfellow.

GACE English: Romantic American Literature - Chapter Summary

Complete this chapter to review what you know about romantic American literature. Following this series of short, engaging and mobile device-friendly lesson videos you should be better prepared for questions on the GACE English test about the:

  • Literature and art during the romantic period
  • Style and works of Washington Irving
  • Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

After you complete these lessons take the lesson quizzes to discover topics which didn't master and return to the lessons to improve your understanding of them, via video tags. When you feel that you have a firm understanding of this chapter test your knowledge of the material with the chapter exam.

GACE English: Romantic American Literature Chapter Objectives

Individuals seeking certification as English teachers in the state of Georgia can take the GACE English test to demonstrate their mastery over their field of study. This computer-based certification exam includes taking two tests, each composed of 65 multiple-choice questions and two constructed-response questions. Questions on the topics in this chapter can be found within the reading for literature section of the first test; this section makes up 37.5% of the score of that test.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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