Ch 9: MoGEA Writing: Addressing the Audience

About This Chapter

Review a variety of methods to properly address your audience when writing an essay so you can feel equipped with the necessary skills to complete the MoGEA Writing subtest.

MoGEA Writing: Addressing the Audience - Chapter Summary

The video and text lessons in this chapter will help improve your writing skills by assisting you in developing methods to appropriately address differing audiences. The lessons will review the following topics and techniques:

  • Definition of audience in writing
  • Importance of establishing tone in your essay
  • Persuading and informing
  • Writing for your audience

Our knowledgeable instructors walk you through the various ideas and techniques using the videos and texts included in the lessons. You are more than welcome to read over the transcript of each video to review the information. Use the self-assessment quiz at the end of each lesson to practice your writing abilities.

MoGEA Writing: Addressing the Audience - Objectives

The MoGEA is an exam designed for aspiring educators. A passing score on all subtests is required to gain entrance into the Missouri Educator Preparation program. The lessons in this chapter help you prepare for the writing subtest. This consists of only one writing assignment, so reviewing proper writing methods is essential.

The MoGEA consists of 5 subtests all of which can be taken at one time or separately. The MoGEA is an internet-based exam; all subtests are multiple choice with the exception of the writing subtest.

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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