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Table of Contents, About The Test 4, The Domains 5. The Standards 6, Domains and Competencies 7, Domain I Integrated Language Arts Diverse Learners and the. Study of English 7, Domain II Literature Reading Processes and Skills for Reading. Literary and Nonliterary Texts 9, Domain III Written Communication 13. Domain IV Oral Communication and Media Literacy 15. Approaches to Answering Multiple Choice Questions 17. How to Approach Unfamiliar Question Formats 17, Question Formats 18.
Single Questions 19, Clustered Questions 24, Multiple Choice Practice Questions 28. Answer Key and Rationales for Multiple Choice Questions 54. Constructed Response Questions 83, Performance Characteristics for the Constructed Response Questions 84. Preparing for the Constructed Response Questions 84. Constructed Response Question 1 Literary Analysis 85. General Directions 85, Sample Literary Analysis Question 86. How the Literary Analysis Question Is Scored 88, Literary Analysis Question Sample Responses with Rationales 90. NOTE After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 231 2. Constructed Response Question 2 Writing Assessment and Pedagogy 99. General Directions 99, Sample Writing Assessment and Pedagogy Question 99.
How the Writing Assessment and Pedagogy Question Is Scored 101. Writing Assessment and Pedagogy Question Sample Responses with. Rationales 103, Study Plan Sheet 108, Preparation Resources 109. NOTE After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 231 3. About The Test, Test Name English Language Arts and Reading 7 12. Test Code 231, Time 5 hours, Number of Questions 100 multiple choice questions. 2 constructed response questions, Format Computer administered test CAT. The TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 231 test is designed to. assess whether a test taker has the requisite knowledge and skills that an entry. level educator in this field in Texas public schools must possess The 100 multiple. choice questions and the two constructed response questions are based on the. English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 test framework Questions on this test. range from grades 7 12 Your final scaled score will be based only on scored. NOTE After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 231 4. The Domains, Percentage, Domain Domain Title of Test Standards Assessed.
I Integrated Language Arts 15 English Language, Diverse Learners and the Arts and Reading 7 12. Study of English I VII, II Literature Reading Processes 40 English Language. and Skills for Reading Arts and Reading 7 12, Literary and Nonliterary Texts I IV. III Written Communication 30 English Language, Arts and Reading 7 12. IV Oral Communication and 15 English Language, Media Literacy Arts and Reading 7 12.
NOTE After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 231 5. The Standards, English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 Standard I. English language arts teachers in grades 7 12 know how to design and implement. instruction that is appropriate for each student reflects knowledge of the Texas. Essential Knowledge and Skills TEKS integrates all components of the English. language arts i e writing reading listening speaking viewing representing and. is based on continuous assessment, English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 Standard II. English language arts teachers in grades 7 12 understand the processes of reading. and teach students to apply these processes, English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 Standard III. English language arts teachers in grades 7 12 understand reading skills and. strategies for various types of nonliterary texts and teach students to apply these. skills and strategies to enhance their lifelong learning. English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 Standard IV. English language arts teachers in grades 7 12 understand an extensive body of. literature and literary genres and provide students with opportunities to read. diverse types of literature and to view literature as a source for exploring and. interpreting human experiences, English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 Standard V. English language arts teachers in grades 7 12 understand that writing is a. recursive developmental integrative and ongoing process and provide students. with opportunities to develop competence as writers. English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 Standard VI. English language arts teachers in grades 7 12 understand how to write effectively. for various audiences and purposes and provide students with opportunities to write. in a variety of forms and contexts, English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 Standard VII.
English language arts teachers in grades 7 12 understand the structure and. development of the English language and provide students with opportunities to. develop related knowledge and skills in meaningful contexts. English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 Standard VIII. English language arts teachers in grades 7 12 understand oral communication and. provide students with opportunities to develop listening and speaking skills. English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 Standard IX. English language arts teachers in grades 7 12 understand how to interpret analyze. and produce visual images and messages in various media and provide students. with opportunities to develop skills in this area, NOTE After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 231 6. Domains and Competencies, The content covered by this test is organized into broad areas of content called. domains Each domain covers one or more of the educator standards for this field. Within each domain the content is further defined by a set of competencies Each. competency is composed of two major parts, The competency statement which broadly defines what an entry level. educator in this field in Texas public schools should know and be able to do. The descriptive statements which describe in greater detail the knowledge. and skills eligible for testing, Domain I Integrated Language Arts Diverse Learners and the Study. of English, Competency 001 The teacher understands and applies knowledge of relationships.
among the language arts and between the language arts and other aspects of. students lives and learning, The beginning teacher. A Understands the continuum of language arts skills and expectations for. students in grades 7 12 as specified in the Texas Essential Knowledge and. Skills TEKS, B Understands the importance of integrating the language arts to improve. students language and literacy, C Understands the interrelationship between the language arts and other areas. of the curriculum and uses this knowledge to facilitate students learning. across the curriculum, D Understands relationships among reading writing speaking listening and. complex thinking and uses instruction to make connections among them in. order to improve performance in each area, E Understands and teaches how the expressive uses of language speaking.
representing writing and the receptive uses of language listening reading. viewing influence one another, NOTE After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 231 7. Competency 002 The teacher is aware of the diversity of the student population. and provides instruction that is appropriate for all students. The beginning teacher, A Knows how individual differences e g in relation to experience culture. language attitude disability may affect students language skills. B Designs learning experiences and selects materials that respond to and show. respect for student diversity, C Knows strategies for providing reading writing and oral language instruction. for all students including English language learners in accordance with the. English Language Proficiency Standards ELPS and students with reading. writing or oral language difficulties and or disabilities. D Understands basic processes of first and second language acquisition and. their impact on learning in the English language arts classroom in accordance. with the ELPS, E Understands how a first language or dialect differences may affect students. use of English and knows strategies for promoting all students ability to use. standard English, F Promotes students understanding of the situational nature of language use.
and the value of knowing and using standard English while fostering pride in. their own language background and respect for the language backgrounds of. other people, Competency 003 The teacher understands the structure and development of the. English language and provides students with opportunities to develop related. knowledge and skills in meaningful contexts, The beginning teacher. A Demonstrates knowledge of major historical regional and cultural influences. on the ongoing development of the English language e g Anglo Saxon. migrations emergence of dialects changing technology. B Understands and teaches how to research word origins and analyze word. formation as an aid to understanding meanings derivations and spellings. C Understands and teaches relationships among words e g homonyms. synonyms antonyms and issues related to word choice e g connotative. and denotative meanings multiple meaning words idioms figurative. D Knows and teaches rules of grammar usage sentence structure punctuation. and capitalization in standard English and is able to identify and edit. nonstandard usage in his or her own discourse and the discourse of others. NOTE After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 231 8. E Knows how to provide explicit and contextual instruction that enhances. students knowledge of and ability to use standard English. F Knows and teaches how purpose audience and register affect discourse. G Demonstrates an understanding of informal and formal procedures for. monitoring and assessing students ability to use the English language. effectively, H Uses assessment results to plan and adapt instruction that addresses. students strengths needs and interests and that builds on students current. skills to increase their proficiency in using the English language effectively. Domain II Literature Reading Processes and Skills for Reading Literary. and Nonliterary Texts, Competency 004 The teacher understands reading processes and teaches students. to apply these processes, The beginning teacher, A Understands and promotes reading as an active process of constructing.
meaning e g knows how readers backgrounds and experiences influence. B Understands reader response and promotes students responses to various. types of text, C Knows how text characteristics and purposes for reading determine the. selection of reading strategies and teaches students to apply skills and. strategies for reading various types of texts for a variety of purposes. D Knows how to use and teaches students to use word analysis skills. e g graphophonics semantics word structure e g affixes and roots. word order syntax and context for word identification and to confirm. word meaning, E Demonstrates an understanding of the role of reading fluency in reading. comprehension and knows how to select and use instructional strategies and. materials to enhance students reading fluency, F Knows and applies strategies for enhancing students comprehension through. vocabulary study, G Understands and teaches students comprehension strategies to use. before reading e g predicting recalling prior knowledge during. reading e g note taking mapping paired reading and after reading. e g retelling summarizing responding, H Understands the role of visualization metacognition self monitoring and.
social interaction in reading comprehension and promotes students use of. these processes, NOTE After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 231 9. I Understands levels of reading comprehension and strategies for teaching. literal inferential creative and critical comprehension skills. J Knows how to intervene in students reading process to promote their. comprehension and enhance their reading experience e g using. questioning guiding students to make connections between their prior. knowledge and texts, K Knows how to provide students with reading experiences that enhance their. understanding of and respect for diversity and guides students to increase. knowledge of cultures through reading, L Knows how to use technology to enhance reading instruction. M Demonstrates an understanding of informal and formal procedures for. monitoring and assessing students reading such as using reading response. N Uses assessment results to plan and adapt instruction that addresses. students strengths needs and interests and that builds on students current. skills to increase their reading proficiency, Competency 005 The teacher understands reading skills and strategies for various. TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7 12 231 7 NOTE After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text Domains and Competencies The content covered by this test is organized into broad areas of content called domains Each domain covers one or more of the educator standards for this field Within each domain the content is further

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