Praxis Elementary Education Test Prep Videos
The free videos below will teach you some of the key content knowledge you need to pass the Praxis Elementary Education (5001/5018) exam. (Read the descriptions to learn what is covered in each video.)
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Praxis Elementary Education Mathematics Prep
This Praxis Elementary Education test prep video focuses on solving inequalities, a concept that appears frequently on the Praxis Elementary Education test.
When solving inequalities, you will utilize many of the same steps used to solve any other equation, but there is one special rule you need to remember, which we will cover here.
Praxis Elementary Education Reading & Language Arts Prep
This Praxis Elementary Education test prep video provides an overview of “pragmatics,” one of the key components of language and communication on which you may be tested.
Praxis Elementary Education Science Prep
This Praxis Elementary Education test prep video focuses on important terminology you may encounter on the exam that describes the basic structure of the Earth, including the four “spheres” that comprise the Earth’s surface, as well as the four layers that make up the Earth’s internal composition.
Praxis Elementary Education Social Studies Prep
This Praxis Elementary Education test prep video focuses on regional geography in the United States, including an overview of states and U.S. political geography, as well as some of the most common physical geography features you may be asked to identify on the test, such as well-known mountains, lakes, and rivers.
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