GACE History 034, 035 Teacher Certification Examby Sharon Wynne
From Georgia's role in the American Revolution to the importance of the Silk Road, this guide provides a comprehensive review of the 16 test objectives. It is organized in alignment with the current state standards to cover the subareas of Historical Concepts and Skills; World History to 1600; World History 1500 to the Present; U.S. History to 1914; U.S. History… See more details below
From Georgia's role in the American Revolution to the importance of the Silk Road, this guide provides a comprehensive review of the 16 test objectives. It is organized in alignment with the current state standards to cover the subareas of Historical Concepts and Skills; World History to 1600; World History 1500 to the Present; U.S. History to 1914; U.S. History 1914 to the Present; and Georgia History. Its 126-question practice test includes an essay response as well as full answer rationales and question rigor. If you need to pass your GACE History test the first time, you need this XAMonline study guide.
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- XAMonline Teacher Certification Study Guides Series
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- New Edition
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I am a certified English teacher, but I am teaching World History and trying to obtain my history certification, so I bought this book hoping it would prepare me for the GACE. It did not! It had numerous typos and misinformation (i.e.the Community Party rather than the Communist Party,) and much of the information was repetitive (literatlly word for word). I am very unhappy with this book, and I have emailed the company directly. I have yet to receive a response from them. When I took the GACE, I was very unprepared. I would not recommend this book to study for the test. My best advice is to get your hands on as many textbooks as you can and study that way.
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