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Comprehension – B

Comprehension – B

In this session, we will cover Comprehension constructs that will be tested on the ACAP this spring.

    • ACSS 22: Describe literary elements within a story, including setting, plot, characters, and themes.
    • ACSS 28: Identify the narration of a literary text as first person or third person.


What you’ll learn

  • Describe in detail the characters’ behavior, emotions, and traits and explain how their actions influence events in the story.
  • Explain how the characters’ actions and dialogue contribute to the meaning of the story.
  • Identify the central message, theme, or moral in a story, including myths, fables, and folktales, and explain the meaning conveyed in the passage.
  • Compare and contrast the themes, settings, and plots from two texts.

Other Things To Know


Students will bring home a packet of resources that align with the focuses of the workshop session. Additionally, current BTA Tutoring clients will be able to find supplemental practice online in our software.

Cancellation Policy

All workshops are non-refundable. In order to receive a workshop credit, cancellation notice must be received at least 12 hours in advance via phone (334-802-1315, ext. 3333) or email (

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