CliffsNotes Praxis II: Fundamental Subjects Content Knowledge (0511) Test Prep
- How to use this book
Overview of the exam
Proven study strategies and test-taking tips
Part I: Subject Area Reviews
- English Language Arts
Citizenship and Social Science
Part II: Two Full-Length Practice Exams
- Each practice exam includes the same number of multiple-choice and constructed-response questions as the actual exam
Complete with answers and explanations for all questions
Format of the Exam.
Multiple-Choice Strategy and Formats.
Fill-in-the-Blank or Complete the Statement.
Question/Statement or Which of the Following?
Content of the Exam.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Using this Study Guide.
PART I: SUBJECT AREA REVIEWS.
English Language Arts.
Themes and Purposes.
Types of Literature.
Elements and Relationships.
Historical and Cultural Contexts.
Comparisons of Literary Texts.
Literary Methods and Effects.
Point of View.
Setting, Tone, and Mood.
Imagery and Figurative Language.
Other Literary Devices.
Reading and Communication Skills.
Summaries and Paraphrases.
Language and Words in Context.
Parts of Speech.
Organization of Selection.
Fact versus Opinion.
Inferences and Conclusions.
Purposes for Writing and Speaking.
Number Sense and Basic Algebra.
Estimating to Solve a Problem.
Ratios, Proportions, Percents.
Geometry and Measurement.
Metric Units and Conversions.
Customary Units and Conversions.
Units of Length.
Units of Weight.
Units of Volume/Capacity.
Units of Time.
Measurement as a Tool.
Perimeter, Area, Volume.
Data Analysis and Probability.
Mean, Median, Mode, Range.
Citizenship and Social Science.
Historical Continuity and Change.
Use of Historical Data.
Historical Artifacts, Traditions, Places.
Impact of People, Organizations, and Movements.
Leaders and Prominent Citizens of America.
Leaders and Prominent Persons across the World.
Famous World Explorers.
The Building of a World.
Expansion of Europe.
Expansion of the Republic.
Descriptions of Events and Movements in American History.
Causes and Consequences of Historical Events.
Wars of the United States.
People, Places, Geographical Regions.
The Impact of Human Activity on the Physical Environment.
The Environment’s Impact on People’s Lives and Culture.
Major Religions of the World.
Human Adaptation to the Environment.
Geographic Literacy Skills.
Types of Maps.
Common Types of Data Graphs.
Civics and Government.
Systems of Government.
Distribution of Power in the United States.
Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens.
Scarcity and Economic Choice.
Economic Factors and Principles.
Economic Effect on Geography, Population, Resources, and Cultures.
Basic Understanding of Concepts and Processes.
Systems, Orders, and Organization.
Evidence, Models, and Explanation.
Change, Constancy, and Measurement.
Evolution and Equilibrium.
Form and Function.
Nature and History of Science.
Elements of Scientific Inquiry.
Twelve Processes of Science.
Scientific Events, Contributions, and Historical Figures.
A Time Table of World Discoveries and Developments through the Ages.
Data Collection, Interpretation, and Analysis.
Basic Principles and Fundamentals of Science.
Natural Phenomena and Events.
Energy Relationships and Transformations.
Structure and Properties of Matter.
Diversity and Characteristics of Living Organisms.
Organization of Living Things.
Parts of a Cell—Animal and Plant.
Structure and Function of Plants and Animals.
Changes in Dominant Organisms.
Kepler’s Laws (Planetary Motion).
The Earth within the Universe.
The History of the Earth.
Geologic Time Scale of Phanerozoic Eon.
Structure of the Earth.
The Earth’s Plates.
Processes of the Earth Systems.
Food Chain Cycle.
Water (Hydrologic) Cycle.
Phosphorus (Rock) Cycle.
Science, Technology, and Social Perspective.
Environment and Human Affairs.
Health Issues and Medical Advances.
Social, Political, Ethical, and Economic Issues.
Societal Demands and Technology Issues.
PART II: PRACTICE EXAMINATIONS WITH ANSWER EXPLANATIONS.
Practice Exam 1.
Practice Exam 2.
Final Thoughts and Tips.
Judy L. Paris holds certificates in Special Education K-12 (Deaf and Hard of Hearing K-12), K-8 Elementary Education, and Early Childhood Education, as well as Administrative Certificates in Supervisory (qualified), Principal (qualified), and Superintendent (qualified).
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The difference of 167 and 29 is 138 (100+30+8).