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Ch 25: Praxis English: Revising & Improving Writing

About This Chapter

Watch video lessons and take practice quizzes to help you with strategies for revising and improving writing. These study tools will help you prepare for the Praxis English Language Arts - Content & Analysis exam.

Praxis English: Revising & Improving Writing - Chapter Summary

This chapter on revising and improving your writing is designed to help you with questions on the Praxis English exam. By the end of the chapter, you will have covered the following topics:

  • Fixing mistakes in your writing
  • Improving and editing your essays
  • Proofreading for spelling and grammar

Each video lesson is less than ten minutes long, and features interactive video tags you can use to quickly jump to specific topics. Lessons are accessible on any device, so you can study when and where it's convenient - on your laptop, tablet or smartphone. Use the quizzes that follow each lesson to make sure you've retained the essential information.

Praxis English: Revising & Improving Writing Chapter Objectives

The Praxis English Language Arts exam is part of the certification requirements to become a secondary school English teacher in many states. Use the lessons and quizzes in this chapter to prepare for questions in the writing, speaking and listening section of the test, as well as to help with the written constructed-response questions.

The test as a whole consists of two constructed-response questions and 130 selected-response questions. Out of these 130 selected-response questions, about 49 will focus on writing, speaking and listening topics. You will encounter traditional multiple choice questions, but should also be prepared for more innovative question types, such as audio/video, passage selection, table/grid and order/match questions.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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