- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 300
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryThis online test preparation course helps you get ready to take the Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) English exam. Our video lessons and self-assessment quizzes build your knowledge base and skills and align with the topics you'll encounter on the exam.
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About This Course
This course can help you prepare for the CEOE English examination for Oklahoma teaching licensure. You can use the lessons to strengthen your understanding of reading, writing, language and literature concepts. Inside the course, you'll find short video lessons and practice assessments that go over the English instruction concepts that appear on the test. The course is available online 24/7, which helps you get ready for the exam any time that fits your schedule.
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Syllabus & Course Information
We've aligned the course closely with the content of the CEOE English exam. The course can help you refresh your understanding of reading and writing processes, English literature and language arts instructional methods. By the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Describe the process of communication and listening
- Teach students the fundamentals of public speaking and persuasion
- Outline sentence types and structures
- Define the elements of grammar
- Compare types of writing, literature and poetry
- Recognize proper writing structures and mechanics
- Discuss the characteristics of major literary periods
- Analyze literature and apply effective reading comprehension strategies
This course contains 279 lessons and a total of 25 topical chapters. You can watch the lessons on any computer or mobile device, and the course comes with printable transcripts that you can study offline. Be sure to take the accompanying self-assessments to reinforce your understanding of important English instruction concepts.
CEOE English Exam Information
The CEOE English examination is a 4-hour, computer-based exam given year-round by appointment. The exam is designed to determine an individual's potential as an English educator in Oklahoma.
- Number of Questions: 81
- Question Types: Selected-response and constructed-response
- Time Limit: 4 hours
- Exam Cost: $80
CEOE English Exam Breakdown
|CEOE English Exam Concept||Percent of the CEOE English Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Speaking, listening and viewing||14%||11||51|
|Writing process and applications||31%||25||91|
|Reading process and comprehension||18%||15||28|
|Language and literature||22%||18||98|
|Pedagogical content knowledge||15%||1||11|
Preparing and Registering for the CEOE English Exam
Our short video lessons are taught by academic professionals and include embedded tags to help you jump between main points in each chapter and focus on specific areas that you may need to study to ace the exam. In these lessons, you'll review the basics of effective communication, how to structure your writing effectively and grammar rules and writing mechanics. You'll also study literary analysis, reading strategies and literature from different cultures and time periods. After you complete each lesson, you can complete a short self-assessment quiz to test your knowledge and track your progress through the chapter.
While the CEOE is available year round, you must register and make an appointment. Registration for all CEOE exams is available on the CEOE website, but you will have to create an account first. Payments for the examination must be made with a credit card or a form of payment without a personal identification number (PIN). You will receive an email with your admission ticket upon successful registration, which you must bring with on test day.
Scoring the CEOE English Exam
You will need a minimum score of 240 in order to pass the CEOE English test. Your scores will be reported to you, the OEQA, and the institution you indicated when registering. The scores are released on a specific date depending on when you took the exam; score release dates are listed on the CEOE website. The test's 80 multiple-choice questions spread among the four subareas listed below. There is also one constructed-response question that is part of the Language and Literature subarea.
Listening, Viewing and Speaking
- Percent of test: 14%
- Exam Topics Covered: Listening and speaking for understanding or analysis; persuasive speaking; speaking and listening for social interaction and personal expression; speaking for literary response and entertainment
- What You'll Study: Our study guide will help you understand the communication process and cover topics on effective listening, improving communication skills and adapting to your audience. You will also review various forms of speech and writing, such as the critical thinking process, speech organization, supporting ideas in a speech, persuasive vs. informative speaking and using inclusive and vivid language in public speaking.
Writing Process and Applications
- Percent of test: 31%
- Exam Topics Covered: The writing process; elements of effective composition; conventions of standard American English; writing to describe, inform, explain, instruct; writing for personal expression, social interaction, literary response or critical analysis
- What You'll Study: You'll learn different purposes of writing, how to understand and analyze informational texts, the process and structure of writing, and basic grammar principles found in English.
Reading Process and Comprehension
- Percent of test: 18%
- Exam Topics Covered: Strategies for developing vocabulary knowledge and reading comprehension; reading expository, persuasive, and literary texts
- What You'll Study: This guide explains basic concepts of literary analysis such as text structure, listening to the main idea, evaluating reasoning and performing comparative analysis.
Language and Literature
- Percent of test: 22%
- Exam Topics Covered: Influences shaping the English language; genres of fiction, drama, non-fiction and poetry; the historical, social, and cultural aspects of literature; major themes, writers and works in American and British literature; major works in Asian, African, continental European, Latin American and Caribbean literature
- What You'll Study: In this course, you'll look at concepts in language including the evolution of language, colloquialisms, literary theory and analysis of literary genres. You'll also get an overview of the major literary works, including its origins during the medieval period and development through the Renaissance to the Victorian era. You'll also explore literature native to different cultures around the globe and how cultural, historical and social references shape literature regardless of geographic origin.
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