McGraw-Hill's Praxis I and II, Third Edition, by Rozakis, Laurie
- ISBN: 9780071716680 | 0071716688
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 6/15/2010
McGraw-Hill's popular guide to the Praxis I and II, the crucial exams required in many U.S. states as part of the teacher training and licensing process ' now updated for recent changes in the format of the Praxis I (PPST) exam, and packed with tips and strategies not available from official ETS sources!
About the Book:
McGraw-Hill's Praxis I and II is an expert guide to the exams required of would-be teachers in many U.S. states. It offers complete preparation for the entry-level Praxis I PPST exam, including numerous test-taking tips and strategies not available from official ETS sources. It also provides three full-length practice PPSTs based on the recently revised test format, plus sample questions for all the most popular Praxis II exams and fully updated information on state Praxis testing requirements.
Over 400,000 Praxis I PPST tests given each year; over 200,000 Praxis PLT tests 3 full-length practice PPSTs based on the new test format Preparation for Praxis I PPST: review of vocabulary, speed reading, comprehension boosters; grammar, usage and mechanics review, model essays
Preparation for Praxis II: listening skills, elementary subject assessments; principles of learning and teaching; review of mathematics, history, English, and science Eye-catching 16-page introduction section on color paper stock. 3 full-length practice PPSTs based on the new test format Test-taking tips and strategies not available in official ETS sources Concise, effective test content reviews Updated information on state testing requirements
Market / Audience:
All states require public school teachers to be licensed, as well as tested for basic skills competency and subject matter proficiency. The Praxis Series from ETS is the exam of choice. It is divided into three segments, corresponding to three stages in teacher development: Praxis I Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST): admission to teacher training programs (required by 31 states) Praxis II Subject Assessments (required by 40 states) and Principles of Learning and Teaching (PLT) (required by 21 states): licensure for entering the profession and for teaching specific subjects Praxis III Classroom Performance Assessments: first year of teaching. The PPST exam is given in two formats: computer based (by appointment at designated test-centers) or paper-based (approx. every other month at the test centers).
About the Author:
Laurie Rozakis (Farmingdale, NY), Professor of English at SUNY Farmingdale, began her career as a high school English teacher, having earned NY State Teaching Certification. She has also been certified in mathematics education. She is the author of McGraw-Hill's SAT 2400! and has appeared on Maury Povich, Good Day, New York and the CBS Morning Show.