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Ch 15: OAE Middle Grades ELA: Types of Fiction

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These engaging video lessons cover the types of fiction you may be asked about on the OAE Middle Grades ELA exam. Use the engaging video lessons and self-assessment quizzes to prepare for answering questions on the test about types of fiction novels, novellas and short stories.

OAE Middle Grades ELA: Types of Fiction - Chapter Summary

Take advantage of the lessons in this chapter that can help you study the types of fiction you may be questioned on during OAE Middle Grades ELA exam. The videos review the characteristics and major authors of:

  • Novels
  • Novellas and short stores
  • Gothic fiction
  • Detective, mystery and crime fiction
  • Christian fiction
  • Realistic fiction
  • Science fiction

Our expert instructors guide you through all the essential elements you need to know for the test. You can choose between watching engaging videos, reading text lessons or taking assessment quizzes.

Objectives of the OAE Middle Grades ELA: Types of Fiction Chapter

The OAE Middle Grades ELA is a test administered to prospective teachers of middle grades English language arts. Your score on the exam helps determines whether you are eligible for a teacher's license in the state of Ohio. The lessons in this Types of Fiction chapter are part of Domain II: Reading Various Text Forms and Analyzing and Interpreting Literature, which contributes 29% of the test questions. You can see how well you recall the material by taking the quizzes that come with the videos, and at the same time, gain some practice answering the types of questions that will be on the test.

There are 150 multiple-choice questions on the OAE Middle Grades ELA Exam. There will be passages and questions presented to you followed by several possible response selections. From these, you must choose the single right answer.

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