In Praxis Core Reading, some questions will ask you to analyze the personal approach that an author takes to his or her writing.
On the Praxis Core Reading exam, a number of questions ask about a reading passage’s structure. There are four types of structure questions in Core Reading.
Some Praxis Core Reading passages are dual, with two separate readings on the same topic. With this unique structure comes some unique structure questions.
In my last post on this subject, we looked at the most common question types in Praxis Core Reading questions about the integration of knowledge and ideas.
In today’s post, we’ll look at a very challenging aspect of Praxis Core Reading: the integration of knowledge and ideas.
Expect to find 3 to 5 language questions on the Praxis Core Reading exam. When you see these, be careful—they can be harder than they look.
Praxis Core Reading tests your ability to identify a passage’s key points in a variety of ways. Key idea questions fall under three categories: main theme, primary purpose, and main idea. Main theme questions are the broadest variety of question. These questions usually open with the words “the passage is primarily concerned with…” This key […]
Detail questions are the largest category of questions on the Praxis Core Reading exam. You can expect this question type to take up nearly half of the test. So it’s important to understand what detail questions are and how they’re structured. And it’s just as important to get in a lot of practice with this […]
Learn more about the Praxis Core Reading Test and then try your hand at the practice questions below. Detail question: “Visual language” includes any use of visual images in human communication. This includes ancient cave paintings meant to signify religious and cultural ideas. More contemporary examples include written language and graphic organizers of information, […]