Ch 36: MTTC English: Eliciting Student Responses to Texts

About This Chapter

The comprehensive lessons in this chapter take a closer look at how to elicit student responses to texts. Learn more about this subject to enhance your preparation for the MTTC English assessment.

MTTC English: Eliciting Student Responses to Texts - Chapter Summary

Strengthen your ability to elicit student responses to texts by reviewing the entertaining text and video lessons in this chapter. The lessons help you study for the MTTC English assessment by ensuring you're ready to address the following:

  • Understanding how to develop curriculum within various written texts
  • Describing the benefits of journal writing
  • Explaining how to compare texts to personal experience
  • Detailing ways to use prior knowledge to make predictions while reading

This chapter offers a unique learning advantage by allowing you to review the lessons in any sequence and as often as necessary to fully absorb the materials. Instructors are experts in their subject areas, providing you with detailed insight into lesson topics, while ensuring the videos are visually entertaining.

Objectives of the MTTC English: Eliciting Student Responses to Texts Chapter

The MTTC English assessment is composed of 100 multiple-choice questions that address topics broken into four subareas. The topics covered in this chapter on eliciting student responses to texts are found in the skills and process subarea, which constitutes approximately 24% of the total test.

Use the video and text lessons to increase your chances of getting a passing score of 220, which enables you to add an English endorsement to your Michigan teaching certificate and educate students on this subject at the middle grades or secondary level. Any questions about lesson topics can be submitted to experts, who are ready to assist.

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