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Ch 23: NMTA Middle Grades ELA: Phrases & Clauses

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As you study for the NMTA Middle Grades English Language Arts exam, use this chapter to review the concepts of clauses and phrases in grammatical sentence structures. After watching the engaging videos, use the corresponding quizzes to test your understanding.

NMTA Middle Grades ELA: Phrases & Clauses - Chapter Summary

Use the short, engaging lesson videos in this chapter to review the uses of clauses and phrases in grammar and sentences structure. These lessons are taught by our expert instructors and are mobile device friendly so that you have a versatile and effective way of reviewing:

  • Functions and structure of clauses and phrases
  • Differences between independent and dependent clauses
  • Combining dependent and independent clauses

After watching these lessons, take the quizzes that accompany them to test your understanding of the material. Use these assessments to find areas of weakness then return to the lessons via video tags to improve your understanding of them. If you find topics that continue to confuse you be sure to send any questions you may have our instructors for clarification.

NMTA Middle Grades ELA: Phrases & Clauses: Modifiers Chapter Objectives

Prospective educators take the NMTA Middle Grades English Language Arts exam to demonstrate their knowledge of the English language arts. When you take this computer-based test you will be asked 150 multiple-choice questions in three hours testing session. You can expect 15% of the test questions to be a part of the content domain on English Language Conventions, Composition, Writing Process, and Research; this are may have questions on phrases and grammatical sentence structure. Complete this chapter to improve your understanding of phrases and clauses and how they are used in sentence structure.

Chapter Practice Exam
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