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- How to Pass the FTCE Reading K-12
- Succinct, bulleted instruction on the FTCE 9 Competencies and 44 Skills
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Florida teachers now have the option to take the FTCE Reading K-12 test in place of the 300 hours or professional learning courses for the required reading endorsement. Master the FTCE Reading K-12 test prep course has instruction and practice questions on all 9 competencies and 44 skills needed to pass this test. As a hard working teacher who has been through the certification process, I was tired of seeing test prep companies charge high prices for online courses with limited access, so I created this course with unlimited, forever access at a reasonable price. This course is aligned with our popular companion book, Master the FTCE Reading K-12, which includes the same instruction with a bonus of a full practice test and flash cards for the same price. Find the Master the FTCE Reading K-12 companion book on Amazon and on my website, elainechandler(dot)com. I wish you the very best in passing this test!
- All Florida Teachers
- Teachers who need the Reading Endorsement add-on to their professional teaching certificate
- Teachers who want Reading Certification as a separate professional certification
- Teachers in grades K-12
In this introductory module, you will learn about the difference between Reading Endorsement and Reading Certification, FTCE Reading K-12 Test Design, Types of Questions, and Good/Bad Key Words.
In this module, we will talk about how to access research, valid and reliable research, as well as qualitative and quantitive research.
In this module, we will talk first about how to evaluate texts for diverse learners, then how to select texts for diverse learners. Once we've evaluated and selected texts, we will talk about how to match texts to students' interest, to engage them in reading. Finally, we will look at a snapshot of five cultures within the U.S, their influence and what they faced.
In this module, we will be talking about assessments for diverse learners, how to use data for differentiated instruction, the guidelines for differentiated instruction, and what differentiated instruction looks like in the classroom.