Ch 15: NMTA Middle Grades ELA: Analyzing Nonfiction

About This Chapter

Use the video lessons in this chapter to further develop your ability to analyze works of nonfiction. When you've thoroughly reviewed the lessons and taken the chapter's quizzes, you could be ready for the NMTA Middle Grades ELA examination.

NMTA Middle Grades ELA: Analyzing Nonfiction - Chapter Summary

Learn more about the characteristics and types of nonfiction when you watch these video lessons, which are each about five to ten minutes in length. Examine different aspects of the nonfiction novel and discover the techniques authors use to create these fact-driven works. Utilize this chapter as a review resource as you prepare to pass the NMTA Middle Grades ELA examination. Watch the online videos so that you can:

  • Define literary nonfiction
  • Provide examples of nonfiction in literature
  • Examine books of narrative nonfiction
  • Describe the techniques used in the nonfiction novel

Through its tutorial video lessons and seasoned instructors, this chapter allows you to polish your skills in the area of nonfiction analysis. It could also prepare you to answer relevant questions on the NMTA Grades ELA examination. Video tags skip between the lesson's main points and the quiz tab includes short self-assessment tests to assess your understanding.

NMTA Middle Grades ELA: Analyzing Nonfiction Chapter Objectives

Worth 29% of the score, the Reading Various Text Forms and Analyzing and Interpreting Literature content domain of the NMTA Middle Grades ELA examination includes material on this chapter's topics. Successfully display your understanding here as part of the process to earn an English Language Arts teaching endorsement. You should be prepared to answer 150 multiple-choice questions on the computer-based examination, which has a three-hour time limit.

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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