The GACE English to Speakers of Other Languages Assessment is a test designed for individuals desiring to teach English to students whose native language is something other than English, in the state of Georgia, from level P through 12th grade. The assessment consists of 2 different tests, which may be taken individually or together on the same day.
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Both tests are computer-based in format and two hours are given to complete each test, with 30 minutes added for computer testing tutorials, etc. Each test is made up of 80 selected-response questions, such as matching, multiple choice and/or true-false questions.
The questions on both tests assess basic knowledge of English as a second language as well as the ability to apply this knowledge in a classroom setting. Most tests also include some selected-response questions, which are not included in the actual test scoring, but are used to determine test-taker performance.
Test I is divided into 3 subparts:
- Language, which is worth 40% of the total score
- Culture, which is worth 30% of the total score
- Professionalism, worth 30% of the total score
100% of Test II covers Planning, Implementing, and Managing Classroom Instruction and Assessment Environmental and Natural Resource Systems. Testing windows are offered throughout the year, with test results usually available approximately 2 weeks after specific test dates.
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by Mometrix Test Preparation | Last Updated: April 5, 2019