- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 109
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryExplore the entertaining lessons in this self-paced course to enhance your preparations for Subtest III of the CSET Spanish test. These lessons, along with multiple-choice quizzes and practice exams, can check your knowledge and confirm your readiness to excel on exam day.
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About This Course
Studying for Subtest III of the CSET Spanish test in California is simple with help from this engaging course. Our bite-sized lessons closely examine logical fallacies, basic Spanish writing conventions, how to discuss politics and environmental issues in Spanish and more. We offer mini quizzes and practice exams to assess your comprehension of key lesson concepts. If you develop questions about specific topics while progressing through this course, our subject-matter experts can provide the answers you need.
Syllabus & Course Information
Get reacquainted with the basics of writing in Spanish, oral presentations and more topics you can expect to encounter on Subtest III of the CSET Spanish exam by exploring this course. Upon completion, you will be ready to do the following:
- Describe ways to analyze spoken communication
- Comprehend and analyze written texts
- Outline the process of writing for different purposes and audience
- Exhibit knowledge of work, employment, school and shopping vocabulary in Spanish
- Showcase an ability to request advice and express an opinion in Spanish
- Demonstrate an ability to discuss science, technology, families and communities in Spanish
In this course you'll find 109 lessons divided into 17 chapters. Each lesson is paired with a short quiz you can take any time to quickly test your knowledge of important concepts. Practice exams gauge your comprehension of each chapter and the entire course.
CSET Spanish Subtest III Exam Information
Subtest III of the CSE Spanish test can be used toward a Single Subject Teaching Credential in Spanish or Bilingual Authorization for Spanish in the state of California.
- Number of Questions: 36 questions
- Question Type: Multiple choice, constructed response
- Time Limit: 2 hours and 15 minutes
- Exam Cost: $99 per subtest
CSET Spanish Subtest III Exam Breakdown
|CSET Exam Concept||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Oral Expression||2 questions||47 lessons|
|Listening Comprehension||16 questions||9 lessons|
|Reading Comprehension||16 questions||31 lessons|
|Written Expression||2 questions||22 lessons|
CSET Spanish Subtest III Exam Preparation & Registration
This course offers all the tools you need to succeed on Subtest III of the CSET Spanish test. Use our fun lessons, mini quizzes and practice exams to get familiar with key exam concepts. These study options are available 24/7 via any mobile device or computer, making it easy to study whenever and wherever you desire. When you're ready to register, you will need to create an account by providing your email address and personal information. You can use your account to reschedule your test appointment 24 hours or more before your schedule test time, if necessary. On the day of the test, be sure to report to the testing site at least 15 minutes early and bring one current, government-issued ID printed in English.
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