RICA Preparation

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  1. Katherynek

    Katherynek New Member

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    Dec 4, 2016

    Hello,

    I will be taking the RICA on the 18th and hope to pass it first try! I'm noticing there aren't as many resources (YouTube videos, blogs, ect.) for it as there were for the CSET. Currently, I'm reading both the Cliffnotes and the Ready for Rica books. Highlighting and making vocabulary flash cards. Are there any tips or additional resources you would suggest to enhance my studying? Or any main pointers or tips from when you took it (hopefully within the last 5 years since these things change). Thank you!

    P.S a video would be best for me. So I can do something tactile (like crochet) and listen.
     
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    TeacherGroupie Moderator

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    Don't just learn definitions: make a point of using the vocabulary you're studying to describe literacy activities that you read about or have experienced yourself. The more you use the teacher jargon, the more you'll own it.
     

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