GACE Early Childhood Special Education General Curriculum Practice Test
Teaching students who have no learning disabilities can be challenging enough. Those who elect to teach special education to students with learning disabilities must have a lot of patience and knowledge of special teaching methods. It’s important that teachers meet state standards by proving they have a solid understanding of the knowledge they will need to succeed – and help students succeed. This is why teachers in Georgia are required to pass the Early Childhood Special Education General Curriculum exam.
The Early Childhood Special Education General Curriculum exam is required for those planning to teach special education students in preschool through 5th grade. There are two parts to this exam, with each consisting of 85 questions and two hours of test time. Test I has four subareas: English language arts, math, science and social studies. Each subarea requires you to have a comprehensive knowledge of each subject as well as the ability to effectively teach each subject. For the English language arts subarea, you should be able to interpret words and phrases, evaluate various texts, understand the foundations of literacy and reading comprehension, use the stages of the writing process, and foster collaboration and presentation skills.
For the math subarea, expect to be tested on operations, equations, fractions, interpretation of numerical expressions and the use of measurements to compare objects. For the science portion, you should know time patterns, communication of scientific ideas, attributes of Earth, characteristics of living and non-living things, physical health, arts and movement. The social studies subarea focuses on important events in the United States, politics, culture, government, civics and economics.
Test II has five subareas: development and characteristics of learners, planning the learning environment, instruction, evaluation and assessment, and professional responsibilities. You will be tested on your knowledge of human development and its impact on creating curriculum and performing effective assessments.
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Last updated: 06/06/2018