- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 95
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryGet ready to pass the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification (MTTC) in Communication Arts (Secondary) by reviewing this fun study guide course. The informative lessons in this course are mobile-friendly, designed by professional instructors and accessible 24 hours a day for flexible study.
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About This Course
The content this course aligns with the content that will be evaluated by the MTTC Communication Arts (Secondary) test. Use the lessons in this study guide to assess and increase your preparedness for this examination. These lessons offer a simple, comprehensive means to absorb the information needed to pass this certification test, including different kinds of communication, media, journalism and research.
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Syllabus & Course Information
In this study guide course, we've provided a series of lessons you can use to quickly and easily prepare for the MTTC Communication Arts (Secondary) exam. You will learn how achieve the following objectives by completing this engaging course:
- Detail the components of communication
- Differentiate between verbal & nonverbal communication
- Outline oral communication and written literature
- Discuss journalism, media and the role of the journalist
- Identify different methods of communicating with an audience
- Understand effective techniques for listening, writing and communicating orally
- Describe text interpretation
- Explain research and interscholastic communication arts
- Evaluate the content of messages
When you access this course, you'll review 82 lessons grouped by subject into 14 chapters you can work through at your convenience. Test yourself using the lesson quizzes and chapter tests to make sure you're ready for your exam.
MTTC Communication Arts (Secondary) (091) Exam Information
The MTTC Communication Arts (Secondary) is a licensure exam used in the state of Michigan for prospective teachers who want to teach communication arts in secondary school.
- Number of Questions: 100 questions
- Question Type: Multiple-choice questions
- Time Limit: Two hours and 30 minutes
- Exam Cost: $129
Preparing & Registering for the MTTC Communication Arts (Secondary) (091) Exam
Each lesson in this study guide presents the information assessed by this test in a concise way, and they include quizzes that can be used to test your knowledge as you complete them. The lessons are also accompanied by a full transcript which you can print and study as needed. You will learn about the duties of journalist and different means of communication. The components of communication will be taught as well as the history of media.
Registration for the exam is open 24/7 online. Registration ends at 5:00 p.m. Eastern on the late, regular and emergency deadlines for each administration of the test. Any changes to your scheduled test date should be made online on or prior to the late registration date for your current test or desired test, depending on which date is earlier.
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