FTCE General Knowledge Book and Online
Overview - Updated for 2015, Florida General Knowledge sample test questions resemble the real test. Also, only XAMonline unpacks each detail of the test with more granularity. This resource will take you through each of the four subject domains, specific competencies and detailed skills. Read more...
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Updated for 2015, Florida General Knowledge sample test questions resemble the real test. Also, only XAMonline unpacks each detail of the test with more granularity. This resource will take you through each of the four subject domains, specific competencies and detailed skills. Thorough information and examples are included for each area along with 3 Sample Tests. Unique to XAMonline, we provide a variety of multiple-choice questions with an analysis of how difficult a question it is. Each question is explained fully why it was choosen as the correct answer. Significant changes can be noted in the updated version (new standards released July 2014). In the Language Arts and Reading Domain, specific skills have been identified that further expand upon the Common Core curriculum. A heavy emphasis has been placed on text-dependent analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Updated technology and multimedia capabilities within the classroom are now a critical part, and incorporating higher-level thinking opportunities into each domain has been highly emphasized. Utilizing this guide will ensure that you have experience with all of the specific competencies and skills among the four domains. Perfect for college students, teachers, and career-changing professionals, this detailed guide provides answer explanations which refer back to specific skills within the book. As you prepare for your exam, foresee confidence knowing that the information provided has been correlated directly to Florida's expected teaching and learning skills, and is the best way to help guide you to success on your FTCE General Knowledge exam. - Note any numerical changes in time to take a section or number of questions, Domain weighting changes. The FTCE test is computer-based and broken into four subtests with a total of approximately 125 multiple-choice items and one essay. The approximate subtest times and breakdowns are as follows: Essay Subtest: 1 essay - 50 minutes ELS Subtest: approximately 40 multiple-choice questions - 40 minutes Reading Subtest: approximately 40 multiple-choice questions - 40 minutes Mathematics Subtest: approximately 45 multiple-choice questions - 1 hour and 40 minutes