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MTTC English: Integrated Language Arts - Chapter Summary
This chapter's lessons look at how various methods of communication, such as listening, reading, writing and speaking, are related. Our video and text lessons can assist you in preparing for MTTC English exam questions on the following topics:
- Relationship between oral, visual and enacted texts
- Ways to use English language arts skills in other disciplines
- How to decide on a method of communication
- Style differences in oral and written language
Our instructors have created lessons that are informative and entertaining, offering insight into the skills needed for success on the MTTC English exam. You can access them as your schedule permits, on a computer, smartphone or mobile device. The text lessons include bold words, so you can easily find important terms.
MTTC English: Integrated Language Arts Chapter Objectives
In Michigan, passing the MTTC English exam is a requirement for certification to teach the subject. This exam assesses your knowledge of types of literature, reading strategies, writing skills and how to teach this information. The exam has four subareas, and questions on the material covered in this chapter are in the Meaning and Communication subarea, which makes up 20% of the exam.
All questions on the MTTC English exam are multiple choice, and the exam is available as a paper test or on computer. You can practice answering computer-based multiple-choice questions with the short quizzes that follow each of our lessons. The quizzes also offer an opportunity to assess your learning and see where you need extra review.
1. The Integrated Nature of English Language Arts
School is divided into clear and separate subjects, right? Wrong! This lesson discusses how the skills learned in an English Language Arts classroom are essential in any other course and throughout life.
2. Choosing Your Channel of Communication: Oral, Written, Visual & Electronic
Sometimes how you deliver information is just as important as what information you deliver to an audience. It is important to understand the advantages and disadvantages to the four different types of communication channels: oral, written, visual and electronic.
3. Major Differences Between Oral and Written Language Styles
Several differences contrast oral and written communication. Some differences seem obvious, but there's more to it. Retention, preciseness and engagement are just a few main differences.
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Other chapters within the MTTC English (002): Practice & Study Guide course
- MTTC English: Development of the English Language
- MTTC English: Language Acquisition & Development
- MTTC English: Listening & Communication Strategies
- MTTC English: Literary Forms & Genres
- MTTC English: Literary Elements
- MTTC English: Types of Poetry
- MTTC English: Forms of Nonfiction
- MTTC English: Benefits of Studying Literature
- MTTC English: Literature & Culture
- MTTC English: American Literature
- MTTC English: Transcendental, Realist & Naturalist Works
- MTTC English: Modernist Literature
- MTTC English: The Harlem Renaissance
- MTTC English: Contemporary Literature
- MTTC English: Analyzing American Literature
- MTTC English: Shakespeare & The Renaissance
- MTTC English: 17th & 18th Century Literature
- MTTC English: Romantic Literature
- MTTC English: Victorian Literature
- MTTC English: Modern Literature
- MTTC English: World Literature
- MTTC English: Literature for Children & Teens
- MTTC English: Literary Analysis
- MTTC English: Language Development
- MTTC English: Literary Devices
- MTTC English: Expository Writing
- MTTC English: Analytical Writing
- MTTC English: Persuasive Writing
- MTTC English: Narrative Writing
- MTTC English: The Writing Process
- MTTC English: The Revision Process
- MTTC English: Visual Communication
- MTTC English: Reading Strategies
- MTTC English: Critical Analysis of Texts
- MTTC English: Eliciting Student Responses to Texts
- MTTC English Flashcards