Ch 24: NES ELA: Nonfiction in English Literature

About This Chapter

Literature is composed of much more than just fiction. This section of the NES ELA exam review course will allow for a thorough review of nonfiction in English literature as you prepare for the exam.

NES ELA: Nonfiction in English Literature - Chapter Summary

Students will be learning nonfiction as a part of your language arts curriculum, and the NES ELA exam will be screening your knowledge of nonfiction in English literature as a part of the test. The video lessons contained in this review course will grant you a thorough study session and ensure you are prepared to take the NES ELA exam when your test day comes. The topics covered in this chapter will include:

  • Mary Wollstonecraft
  • William Godwin
  • Philip Sidney
  • John Ruskin
  • John Stuart Mill

The timeline provided below the video lessons gives you easy access to any section you want to quickly jump to in the chapter without losing your progress. Bolded terms in the Nonfiction in English Literature chapter can also be found for fast reference. The self-assessment quizzes are a great warm-up to get you ready for the day you take the actual NES ELA exam.

NES ELA: Nonfiction in English Literature Objectives

The NES English Language Arts exam is your path to teaching English and Language Arts at a middle school level. The section of the exam that incorporates nonfiction in English literature is covered in the Analyzing and Interpreting Literature section, which makes up about twenty-three percent of the exam. This section and the four others will consist entirely of multiple-choice questions.

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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