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Ch 2: THEA Test: Analyzing Literature

About This Chapter

Brush up on your ability to analyze literature by watching the engaging video lessons in this chapter. In no time, you will have the knowledge you need to answer related questions on the THEA test in Texas.

THEA Test: Analyzing Literature - Chapter Summary

Enjoy this in-depth look at the analysis of literature as you study for THEA test. After watching the video lessons, you will be prepared for the following:

  • Knowing how to analyze a literary passage
  • Identifying the steps involved in analyzing plot
  • Analyzing characters in literature
  • Understanding how to analyze settings in literature

Subject matter experts in the lessons offer step-by-step guidance to help you properly analyze literature. Refresh your knowledge of this subject by watching the lessons as often as you deem necessary.

THEA Test: Analyzing Literature Chapter Objectives

The Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) is an Internet-Based Test (IBT) for students planning to attend a Texas public college or university at the freshman level. It is broken into three sections: reading, mathematics and writing. Topics highlighted in this Analyzing Literature chapter are found in the writing section, which consists of 40 multiple-choice questions and one writing sample.

You can prepare for the test's writing section by watching this chapter's lessons, or accessing full video transcripts with helpful vocabulary words. You can also take short quizzes and a chapter exam to test your readiness to answer literature analysis questions. Utilizing the resources in this chapter can increase your chances of passing the writing section, which requires a score of at least 220.

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