fbpx
Contact Us

Guaranteed Preparation for Praxis® Teaching Reading: Elementary (5205)

Payment Methods

Visa, American Express, Discover It, Mastercard

SSL Secure

Visa, American Express, Discover It, Mastercard

Praxis® Teaching Reading: Elementary What’s in the Study Guide

Taking the Praxis® Teaching Reading: Elementary exam can be a daunting task. Because its goal is to test your classroom readiness across the spectrum of content, our study guide covers a lot of ground.

Practice Questions

730

Pages of Study Material

70

Flashcards

269
Taking the Praxis® Teaching Reading: Elementary exam can be a daunting task. Because its goal is to test your classroom readiness across the spectrum of content, it covers a lot of ground.

Learn about the test What’s on the PRAXIS® Teaching Reading: Elementary exam?

Taking the PRAXIS® Teaching Reading: Elementary exam can be a daunting task. It focuses on the knowledge and skills a beginning teacher must have to support reading and writing development in kindergarten through sixth-grade students. Luckily, if you understand how the test is organized and what it is testing, you will have no problem prepping for this test.  The exam is structured around five components: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension.

Questions
Phonological and Phonemic Awareness including Emergent Literacy13
Phonics and Decoding18
Vocabulary and Fluency21
Comprehension of Literary and Informational Text22
Writing15
Assessment and Instructional (Constructed Response)3
You'll have 2.5 hours to take the 90 question selected-response portion of the test as well as the 3 question CRQ section of the test.

Praxis® Teaching Reading: Elementary What to Expect

The Praxis® Teaching Reading: Elementary exam consists of 90 multiple-choice questions and 3 constructed-response questions. It may include questions with an audio and/or video component.

Test questions call on the individual’s knowledge of research-based reading instruction and the science of teaching reading, covering language, foundational skills and comprehension. You must be able to apply that knowledge to specific instructional scenarios, as well as analyze and respond to situations involving both entire classes and individual students.