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MS Science MTLE studies

Middle Level Science (Grades 5–8) Preparation Materials. MTLE Test-Taking Strategies. The Minnesota Teacher Licensure ExaminationsSM (MTLESM) were developed in alignment with Minnesota regulations and content standards for teachers, including the Minnesota Board of Teaching Rules and Standards.

MTLE Test-Taking Strategies

The MTLE are designed to measure candidates' proficiency levels in basic skills, pedagogy, and specific content areas, based on Minnesota policies for each field. The best preparation for the MTLE is to have studied consistently throughout your time in college. When you are preparing to take the test, the best preparation is to study systematically and effectively. Remember that you are not only preparing for a test but also reviewing content that will be an important part of your responsibilities as an educator. The information here is designed to help candidates taking the MTLE: Middle Level Science (Grades 5–8)

Middle Level Science (Grades 5–8) Subtest 1 Sample Items 1.

Middle Level Science (Grades 5–8)

Radioactive isotope labeling using elements such as carbon and nitrogen has contributed most significantly to biology by facilitating the: creation of diffraction images for deducing the chemical structure of nucleotides. use of spectral analysis to determine the chemical composition of biomolecules. analysis of the movement of molecules during biochemical processes. ability to physically separate large macromolecules such as proteins from the cell cytoplasm. 2. Which of the following strategies would be most effective in promoting students' understanding and retention of new earth science vocabulary words associated with a unit of study that focuses on earth systems? Middle Level Science (Grades 5–8) Subtest 2 Sample Items 1.

Middle Level Science (Grades 5–8)

Single cell animals respire by exchanging gases with the surrounding environment across their cell membranes. The evolution of more sophisticated respiratory systems was necessary in multicellular organisms because as the size of an organism increases: the synthesis of ATP requires more steps. surface area increases more slowly than volume. replication of large amounts of DNA requires more oxygen. production of waste gases increases exponentially. 2. Which of the following processes does this diagram best represent? RNA transcription active transport DNA replication protein synthesis 3. 4. Titration chromatography distillation electrophoresis 5.

An aqueous substance that can accept hydrogen ions a substance that produces hydrogen ions during a reaction an ionic compound with a positive charge an element that reacts with negative ions to produce a neutral compound Answer Key.

Studying for the MTLE Elementary Test

Elementary Education (Grades K–6) Preparation Materials. MTLE Test-Taking Strategies. The Minnesota Teacher Licensure ExaminationsSM (MTLESM) were developed in alignment with Minnesota regulations and content standards for teachers, including the Minnesota Board of Teaching Rules and Standards.

MTLE Test-Taking Strategies

The MTLE are designed to measure candidates' proficiency levels in basic skills, pedagogy, and specific content areas, based on Minnesota policies for each field. The best preparation for the MTLE is to have studied consistently throughout your time in college. When you are preparing to take the test, the best preparation is to study systematically and effectively. Remember that you are not only preparing for a test but also reviewing content that will be an important part of your responsibilities as an educator.

Elementary Education (Grades K–6) Subtest 1 Sample Items 1.

Elementary Education (Grades K–6)

In a research-based, systematic program of phonics instruction, which of the following complex letter combinations should be taught last? Ee au ea oa 2. Elementary Education (Grades K–6) Subtest 2 Sample Items 1.

Elementary Education (Grades K–6)

A book store is having a sale. The table below shows the discount on selected items in the store. A customer wants to purchase a book, 2 CDs, a calendar, and 3 greeting cards. Elementary Education (Grades K–6) Subtest 3 Sample Items 1.

Elementary Education (Grades K–6)

Through which of the following practices have indigenous peoples living in tropical regions of the world contributed most significantly to modern science? Tracking the apparent movement of the sun and stars over the course of a year developing farming practices that improve the nutrient levels of the soil identifying and using medicinal plants to treat illnesses and injuries desalinizing ocean water for use as fresh drinking water A beaker containing a sample of frozen water is being heated over a Bunsen burner. MTLE Test-Taking Strategies. The Minnesota Teacher Licensure ExaminationsSM (MTLESM) were developed in alignment with Minnesota regulations and content standards for teachers, including the Minnesota Board of Teaching Rules and Standards.

MTLE Test-Taking Strategies

The MTLE are designed to measure candidates' proficiency levels in basic skills, pedagogy, and specific content areas, based on Minnesota policies for each field. The best preparation for the MTLE is to have studied consistently throughout your time in college. When you are preparing to take the test, the best preparation is to study systematically and effectively. Remember that you are not only preparing for a test but also reviewing content that will be an important part of your responsibilities as an educator. Pedagogy: Elementary (Grades K–6) Pedagogy: Elementary (Grades K–6) Subtest 1 Sample Items 1.

Pedagogy: Elementary (Grades K–6)

Compared with students in the early elementary grades, students in the upper elementary grades are often better able to negotiate disagreements with their peers to a positive outcome. This ability is most likely due to upper elementary students' more advanced development in which of the following areas?

Expressive language metacognition self-esteem perspective taking 2. Accommodating students' individual learning styles helping students become more self-directed and responsible for their own learning improving students' expressive language skills encouraging students to recognize their peers as valuable sources of academic support. Pedagogy: Elementary (Grades K–6) Subtest 2 Sample Items 1.

Pedagogy: Elementary (Grades K–6)

In determining whether an assessment item may contain bias, the teacher should first consider which of the following questions? Is this item likely to result in a large number of incorrect responses from students in all subgroups? Can students' responses to this item be scored on a completely objective basis? Is this item likely to offend or penalize students who are members of a particular subgroup? 2. Practice Tests. Www.mtle.nesinc.com/Content/Docs/MTLE_TestingRequirements_2013.pdf.