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Ch 23: MTTC English: Literature for Children & Teens

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Let us help you review information about common themes and major works of teen and children's literature as well as how to select literature for this demographic. Our videos and quizzes can help you in this area of the MTTC English exam.

MTTC English: Literature for Children & Teens - Chapter Summary

This chapter's lessons let you review techniques for assessing literature aimed at children and teens. Use our lessons to help you prepare for MTTC English exam questions on:

  • History of children's literature
  • Common themes in literature for children
  • Major works of young adult literature
  • Choosing appropriate reading material for children and teens

You can watch these lessons on a computer or mobile device as your schedule permits, from anywhere with an Internet signal. After going through the engaging lessons, check your understanding of key themes and terms with the corresponding lesson quizzes or chapter exam.

MTTC English: Literature for Children & Teens Chapter Objectives

In Michigan, passing the MTTC English exam is a requirement for certification to teach the subject. This exam contains four subareas. Questions regarding children's and teen literature are in the Literature and Understanding subarea, which accounts for 26% of the exam's scoring.

Like the short quizzes that accompany each of our lessons, the exam consists entirely of multiple-choice questions. It is available as a computer- or paper-based test. In addition to offering experience in answering questions on a computer, the quizzes test your knowledge and point out where you need extra review before test day.

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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