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FTCE Middle Grades Integrated Curriculum 5-9
     

FTCE Middle Grades Integrated Curriculum 5-9

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by Sharon Wynne
 

Need to pass your Middle Grades Integrated Curriculum certification test the first time? Use this state-aligned study guide to review the core areas of mathematics, general science, social science, and English. Master the relevant content—from theoretical probabilities to Earth’s solar system—then test your knowledge with practice questions found

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Need to pass your Middle Grades Integrated Curriculum certification test the first time? Use this state-aligned study guide to review the core areas of mathematics, general science, social science, and English. Master the relevant content—from theoretical probabilities to Earth’s solar system—then test your knowledge with practice questions found in each content area—195 questions in total. Check your responses using the full answer rationales. Don’t let a certification test delay your teaching career. Get this XAMonline guide and get certified!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607870098
Publisher:
XAMOnline.com
Publication date:
09/01/2009
Series:
XAM FTCE Series
Pages:
548
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.80(h) x 1.30(d)

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FTCE Middle Grades Integrated Curriculum 5-9 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
motherhood More than 1 year ago
This book should be pulled from the shelves. While I can overlook spelling errors or typos, the mistakes in this "study guide" are ridiculous. The Table of Contents is inaccurate, scientific terms are incorrectly defined and sample math questions list the wrong answer. The most glaring mistakes are in the Social Science section, where it states that Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in 1863! DO NOT rely on this book to pass the FTCE. I returned my copy, but I wish I had photographed some of the errors first.