Ch 3: MoGEA Writing: Essay Development

About This Chapter

The short video and text lessons in this chapter form a convenient, comprehensive refresher course on composing and writing an essay. By reviewing them, you will be able to approach the MoGEA Writing subtest with confidence.

MoGEA Writing: Essay Development - Chapter Summary

The essay is a specialized type of narrative writing with its own particular structure, format and purpose. These lessons will take you through the process, enabling you to polish your skills and strengthen any areas that need reinforcement. You will review the following information:

  • How to set up your essay, who to write for and why
  • How to find an essay topic
  • Identifying and developing writing style
  • Organizing, writing and proofreading your essay

Each of our videos is no more than ten minutes long and can be accessed from a variety of electronic devices. This allows you to study at your convenience from wherever you happen to be as long as you have internet access. You can record your progress on your dashboard, which keeps you organized, and you have the option to review only so much of any lesson as you feel you need. You are a busy person, with constant demands on your time. Our program enables you to use your time effectively.

MoGEA Writing: Essay Development Chapter Objectives

The writing subtest of the MoGEA certification exam consists of a single assignment that accounts for 100% of the score. You will compose a written article according to the specifications on the test. The article will be evaluated based on the focus and development of the topic, the structural organization of the piece, grammar, syntax and usage, spelling and punctuation, and other criteria. The MoGEA Writing subtest is an internet-based test.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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