Middle Grades English 5-9
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What’s in the Study Guide
|Domain||Number of Questions||Pages of Content|
|Reading Process and Methods||23||23|
|Communication and Literacy||55||15|
|Reading and Inquiry Skills||25||13|
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What’s on the FTCE Middle Grades English 5-9
Taking the FTCE Middle Grades English 5-9 exam can be a daunting task. Because its goal is to test your classroom readiness across the spectrum of content, it covers a lot of ground.
80 multiple-choice questions are designed for middle grades-level educators to show their knowledge and skills of all essential subjects needed to teach middle grades English. The test consists of questions about a variety of topics relating to Reading Process and Methods, Communication and Literacy, Reading and Inquiry Skills, and Writing Process. Taking the FTCE Middle Grades English 5-9 exam can be a daunting task. Because its goal is to test your classroom readiness across the spectrum of content, it covers a lot of ground. This breadth can make it hard to know how to prepare. Luckily, if you understand how the test is organized and what it is testing, you will have no problem prepping for this test. In order to cover everything needed to teach middle grades english, the exam is broken into 7 competencies.
What to Expect
|Questions||Time Limit (Minutes)|
|FTCE Middle Grades English 5-9||80||90|
|Written Performance Section||60|
The FTCE Middle Grades English 5-9 exam in its entirety consists of 80 multiple-choice questions. The time for each domain depends on the number of questions (see right). The test is administered via computer. Because of this, there can be a variety in the style of questions that are asked. You should expect to see three main types of questions: single-answer, stimulus-based, and cluster. You should expect most questions to require you simply to click an oval next to the correct answer. However, there may be questions that utilize the technology more. They may ask you to zoom in on details in a graphic or picture, click boxes next to all that apply, click on check boxes, click on parts of a graphic or sentence, use a drag and drop feature, or select your answer from a drop-down menu.
Things to Remember
Test Day: Can you imagine doing all of this work to get ready, and then getting turned away on test day? To make sure that isn’t you, read through these guidelines:
Be on time! Pay careful attention to the time on your “Admission Ticket” and plan to arrive 30 minutes in advance. This will give you enough time for any snafus or complications. They will not let you test if you arrive after this time (and they won’t refund you!).
No electronic devices! In fact, all you should have with you is your Admission Ticket and your ID. If there is anything else you must carry into the testing facility with you, put it in a small bag. There will be places to store your belongings inside.
Check your ID before you go. Your ID should be the one you used during registration. If it does not exactly match what you entered into ETS, you will be turned away. Make sure it also has your picture and signature on it.
You will be photographed and fingerprinted at the testing site in order to verify your identity. If you refuse, you will not be allowed to test.
Study Time: Make sure to read through all of the competencies and descriptive statements—they are there to guide you! If you have mastered those, you should have no problem on the test.
Practice: To make sure you are adequately prepared, do some practice questions.
Scratch Paper: You will have scratch paper to use during the exam—use it! It will in no way be considered in the scoring of your exam. However, don’t forget to put the actual answers into the computer!
Once you request access, you will be issued an activation key, which will be good for 90 days. Time your test to make the best use of this; you want to be a pro by test day.
- Just being able to recite the competencies and descriptive statements is not enough. Very little of the test will be recall; instead it will mostly focus on critical thinking and application. That’s why you should make sure you practice!