TExES generalist 4-8 111 : teacher certification exam /

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Author / Creator:Wynne, Sharon A.
Edition:[2nd ed.].
Imprint:Boston [Mass.] : XAMonline, Inc., ©2008.
Description:1 online resource (xlvi, 734 pages) : illustrations
Subject:Teaching -- Texas -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Teachers -- Certification -- Texas.
Middle school teaching -- Texas -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Middle school teachers -- Certification -- Texas.
EDUCATION -- Finance.
Middle school teachers -- Certification.
Teachers -- Certification.
Teaching -- Examinations.
Electronic books.
Electronic book.
Study guides.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11213944
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Varying Form of Title:Generalist 4-8 111
Texas Examinations of Educator Standards generalist 4-8 111
TExES 111 : Generalist 4-8 teacher certification exam
Generalist 4-8 : teacher certification exam
Other authors / contributors:XAMonline, Inc.
Notes:Print version record.
Other form:Print version: Wynne, Sharon A. TExES generalist 4-8 111. [2nd ed.]. Boston, [Mass.] : XAMonline, Inc. c2008 9781581972719
Table of Contents:
  • ""Table of Contents""; ""Great Study and Testing Tips!""; ""DOMAIN I . LANGUAGE ARTS""; ""Sample Test: Language Arts""; ""Answer Key: Language Arts""; ""Rigor Table: Language Arts""; ""Rationales with Sample Questions: Language Arts""; ""DOMAIN II. MATHEMATICS""; ""COMPETENCY 10.0 UNDERSTAND THE STRUCTURE OF NUMBERSYSTEMS, THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SENSE OFQUANTITY, AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEENQUANTITY AND SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATIONS""; ""Skill 10.1 Analyze the structure of numeration systems and the roles ofplace value and zero in the base ten system""
  • ""Skill 10.2 Understand the relative magnitude of whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, and real numbers""""Skill 10.3 Demonstrate an understanding of a variety of models forrepresenting numbers (e.g., fraction strips, diagrams, patterns, shaded regions, number lines).""; ""Skill 10.4 Demonstrate an understanding of equivalency among differentrepresentations of rational numbers""; ""Skill 10.5 Select appropriate representations of real numbers (e.g., fractions, decimals, percents, roots, exponents, scientificnotation) for particular situations""
  • ""Skill 10.6 Understand the characteristics of the set of whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and complexnumbers (e.g., commutativity, order, closure, identityelements, inverse elements, density)""""Skill 10.7 Demonstrates an understanding of how some situations thathave no solution in one number system (e.g., whole numbers, integers, rational numbers) have solutions in another numbersystem (e.g., real numbers, complex numbers)""; ""COMPETENCY 11.0 UNDERSTAND NUMBER OPERATIONS ANDCOMPUTATIONAL ALGORITHMS.""
  • ""Skill 11.1 Work proficiently with real and complex numbers and theiroperations.""""Skill 11.2 Analyze and describe relationships between numberproperties, operations, and algorithms for the four basicoperations involving integers, rational numbers, and realnumbers""; ""Skill 11.3 Use a variety of concrete and visual representations todemonstrate the connections between operations andalgorithms""; ""Skill 11.4 Justify procedures used in algorithms for the four basicoperations with integers, rational numbers, and real numbers, and analyze error patterns that may occur in their application""
  • ""Skill 11.5 Relate operations and algorithms involving numbers toalgebraic procedures (e.g., adding fractions to adding rationalexpressions, division of integers to division of polynomials)""""Skill 11.6 Extend and generalize the operations of rationals and integersto include exponents, their properties, and their applicationsto the real numbers""; ""COMPETENCY 12.0 UNDERSTAND IDEAS OF NUMBER THEORY AND USENUMBERS TO MODEL AND SOLVE PROBLEMSWITHIN AND OUTSIDE OF MATHEMATICS""