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Ch 6: NES Essential Academic Skills Reading: Writing Development

About This Chapter

Review topics related to writing development with the resources in this chapter. You'll watch engaging video lessons and take practice quizzes to prepare for the National Evaluation Series (NES) Essential Academic Skills Reading test.

NES Essential Academic Skills Reading: Writing Development - Chapter Summary

The lessons and quizzes in this chapter provide a fast and easy way to brush up on writing development strategies for the NES Reading exam. Use these lessons to cover topics you may not have studied in a while or to fill in anything you might have missed. By the end of the chapter, you'll have reviewed the following:

  • Using outlines and text mapping to organize information
  • Paragraph and passage summaries
  • Interpreting information from graphs

Lessons last less than ten minutes apiece, so you'll quickly cover the information you need to know. Use the timeline tags to skip to specific topics within the lesson. Assess how much you know and what you still need to work on with the lesson quizzes and chapter exam.

NES Essential Academic Skills Reading: Writing Development Objectives

The NES Reading exam is part of the licensure requirements for teachers in many states. The exam lasts one hour and consists of 45 multiple-choice questions. This chapter is designed to help you correctly answer questions relating to the organization of information in written and graphic mediums. These questions will ask about ways of organizing written information, such as mapping and outlining. You'll also need to be able to identify effective summaries and interpret information presented in graphic forms like charts and maps.

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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