# Ch 64: MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Wave Behavior

Let us help you review the behavior of waves with the video lessons in this chapter. This chapter can help you prepare for the MTEL Middle School Mathematics/Science exam.

## MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Wave Behavior - Chapter Summary

The video lessons in this chapter will help you refresh your knowledge about different types of waves and how they function in our world. After completing the lessons in this chapter you will have reviewed:

• How to measure and describe waves
• Transverse v. longitudinal waves
• The ways waves reflect off objects
• Specular and diffuse reflection
• The power of resonance
• Refraction and diffraction
• What happens when waves converge

Each lesson in this chapter consists of a video along with a transcript so that you can refer to the text of the lesson. There are self-assessment quizzes at the end of each lesson that you can take to test your ability to apply the knowledge reviewed.

### MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Wave Behavior Chapter Objectives

The MTEL Middle School Mathematics/Science exam is a professional certification exam that assesses an educator's ability to meet the qualifications set by the state of Massachusetts to teach middle school math and science. The exam includes 10 content subareas, 5 of which are related to science and 5 to math. The lessons in this chapter help you to prepare for the physics subarea of the exam, which accounts for 8% of the total score.

The MTEL Middle School Mathematics/Science exam is a computer-based exam that is comprised of 100 multiple-choice questions and 2 open-ended response questions. You will need a score of 240 or higher to pass the exam.

8 Lessons in Chapter 64: MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Wave Behavior
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