Gace Early Childhood Quick Review: Parts 001 And 002

Gace Early Childhood Quick Review: Parts 001 And 002

by Andrea Browning


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This is a review guide for the Early Childhood GACE exam. This quick review contains around 200 pages of information and gives the test taker a basic over view of the possible information for the exam, leaving out the fluff and useless information. There are section review questions at the end of each subsection. This manual briefly covers all of the frameworks laid out by the GACE Company. It prepares you for all sections: Reading, Language Arts, English, Social Studies, Math, Science, Physical Education, and Health. Also included is test taking advice from someone who has actually taken and passed four GACE exams.

After speaking with several Early Childhood majors I have concluded that, practice for the math section is needed most. This book includes over 200+ math practice questions and solutions. This is essential because test takers are not permitted to use calculators.

Note: There are no sample questions or 'practice exams' for the exam within this book. Why? After reading many peer reviewed scholarly articles, test takers who complete practice tests tend to focus on that information rather than the 'big ideas.'

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781456370640
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/29/2011
Pages: 254
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is absolutely horrifying. To think that a certified teacher wrote this book is very saddening. There are numerous mistakes throughout the book. Some mistakes are as simple as stating that 4x4=12, or simple mathematical errors, other mistakes are more involved and too much to go into here. Please don't purchase this book unless you want to edit it for the author. To Barnes & Noble, please remove this book from your shelves until someone has fixed the horrendous mistakes.