Kaplan PRAXIS 2009 Edition offers a comprehensive review of all of the material on the Praxis Series exams, plus Kaplan's proven test taking strategies. The guide includes:
* 2 full-length Praxis I Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST) practice tests
* 1 full-length Principles of Learning and Teaching (PLT) practice test
* 3 Elementary Education practice tests
* 4 Subject Assessment question banks (English, Math, Science, and Social Studies)
* Detailed answer explanations
* In-depth and targeted review of all tested material
* Sample written responses
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is excellent for anyone that is getting ready to take the PRAXIS exam. It even has a money back gaurentee should you not pass the exam! I highly recommend this book to all students taking this test. It helps relieve any anxiety beforehand. Learn the tricks and helpful hints to test.
I used Kaplans edition for Praxis II only. Accurate and well-summarized information was included in the Organizing Content Knowledge section on page 269. However, other summary information was neither thorough not accurate. For example, a rewrite needs to be done of Teacher Professionalism on page 291. Information regarding the Lang Ordinances of 1785 and 1787 is incorrect as it indicated a separation of church and state that is not evident in the legal document itself nor in the actions of those who implemented the congressional mandates. No information is included on John Locke or other steps toward the separation of education and religion. In general, the section leaves out a great deal of information relevant to the Praxis Text for the History of American Education.