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Author: Sharon A Wynne
Publisher: Boston : Xamonline Inc, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 5th edView all editions and formats
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Are you ready to become a high school Math teacher in Texas? Use XAMonline’s TExES Math 7-12 study guide to help you pass your teacher certification exam and advance your career. Aligned with current TExES standards, our study guide provides a comprehensive review of all six domains, including number concepts, patterns and algebra, geometry and measurement, probability and statistics, mathematical processes and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Study guides
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sharon A Wynne
ISBN: 1607873745 9781607873747
OCLC Number: 865246479
Notes: "3 practice tests include"--Cover.
Description: xxvi, 500 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Domain I. Number concepts. Competency 1. The teacher understands the real number system and its structure, operations, algorithms, and representations --
Competency 2. The teacher understands the complex number system and its structure, operations, algorithms, and representations --
Competency 3. The teacher understands number theory concepts and principles and uses numbers to model and solve problems in a variety of situations --
Domain II. Patterns and algebra. Competency 4. The teacher uses patterns to model and solve problems and formulate conjectures --
Competency 5. The teacher understands attributes of functions, relations, and their graphs --
Competency 6. The teacher understands linear and quadratic functions, analyzes their algebraic and graphical properties, and uses them to model and solve problems --
Competency 7. The teacher understands polynomial, rational, radical, absolute value, and piecewise functions, analyzes their algebraic and graphical properties and uses them to model and solve problems --
Competency 8. The teacher understands exponential and logarithmic functions, analyzes their algebraic and graphical properties, and uses them to model and solve problems --
Competency 9. The teacher understands trigonometric and circular functions, analyzes their algebraic and graphical properties, and uses them to model and solve problems --
Competency 10. The teacher understands and solves problems using differential integral calculus. Domain III. Geometry and measurement. Competency 11. The teacher understands measurement as a process --
Competency 12. The teacher understands geometries, in particular Euclidean geometry, as axiomatic systems --
Competency 13. The teacher understands the results, uses and applications of Euclidean geometry --
Competency 14. The teacher understands coordinate, transformational, and vector geometry and their connections --
Domain IV. Probability and statistics. Competency 15. The teacher understands how to use appropriate graphical and numerical techniques to explore data, characterize patterns, and describe departures from patterns --
Competency 16. The teacher understands concepts and applications of probability --
Competency 17. The teacher understands the relationships among probability theory, and statistical inference and how statistical inference is used in making and evaluating predictions --
Domain V. Mathematical processes and perspectives. Competency 18. The teacher understands mathematical reasoning and problem solving --
Competency 19. The teacher understanding mathematical connections both within and outside of mathematics and how to communicate mathematical ideas and concepts. --
Domain VI. Mathematical learning, instruction, and assessment. Competency 20. The teacher understands how children learn mathematics and plans, organizes, and implements instruction using knowledge of students, subject matter, and statewide curriculum( Texas essential knowledge and skills [TEKS]) --
Competency 21. The teacher understands assessment and uses a variety of formal and informal assessment techniques to monitor and guide mathematics instruction and to evaluate student progress --
Sample tests.
Other Titles: TExES :
Responsibility: by Sharon Wynne.

Abstract:

Are you ready to become a high school Math teacher in Texas? Use XAMonline’s TExES Math 7-12 study guide to help you pass your teacher certification exam and advance your career. Aligned with current TExES standards, our study guide provides a comprehensive review of all six domains, including number concepts, patterns and algebra, geometry and measurement, probability and statistics, mathematical processes and perspectives, and mathematical learning, instruction and assessment. We give you a thorough review of all domains, competencies, skills, and focus statements tested on the TExES Math 7-12 (235) exam. Unlike other teacher certification test preparation material, our TExES Math 7-12 study guide drills all the way down to the focus statement level, providing detailed examples of the range, type, and level of content that appear on the test. The book includes three full-length multiple-choice practice tests to help you test your knowledge, understand how the exam is weighted, and identify skills and competencies you need to focus on. Our detailed answer explanations reference related skills in the book, allowing you to identify your strengths and weaknesses and interact with the content effectively. Maximize your study by prioritizing domains and skills you need to focus on the most to pass the exam. This study guide is perfect for college students, teachers, and career-changing professionals who want to become a high school Math teacher in Texas.

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