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Ch 7: MTEL Middle School Humanities: Literature for Children & Young Adults

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Your studying sessions about literature for children and young adults for the MTEL Middle School Humanities exam can be fun and effective with this chapter of short and engaging lessons and quizzes.

MTEL Middle School Humanities: Literature for Children & Young Adult - Chapter Summary

This chapter provides you with an opportunity to refresh your memory of topics like the properties of young adult literature through interesting video and video lessons. You can test yourself on the topics of young adult fiction through our short, end-of-lesson quizzes. In all, this chapter provides study resources to help you remember the following topics for the MTEL Middle School Humanities exam:

  • History and themes of children's literature
  • Literary devices
  • Common themes and topics of young adult fiction
  • Elements in young adult literature

Your use of this chapter doesn't have to end with the quizzes; you can also take the chapter exam to assess your comprehension. Reviewing the video lessons can be easy by using the timeline below each video. Also, all video lessons are written out in transcript format for reading. The lessons' keywords are in bold print for easy recognition.

MTEL Middle School Humanities: Literature for Children & Young Adult Chapter Objectives

The Literature and Language section of the MTEL Middle School Humanities exam contains the topics found in this lesson. You may see questions on this computerized exam that measure your understanding of the parts of children and young adult literature. The Literature and Language section is equal to 25% of the whole MTEL Middle School Humanities exam. The entire exam contains 2 open-ended questions and 100 multiple-choice questions.

Chapter Practice 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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