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Course SummaryThis study guide is designed to provide a resource to help you prepare to take the California Teacher of English Learners (CTEL) 3 Culture and Inclusion subtest. The guide helps you prepare for all the concepts you could see on the test, including cultural diversity in the classroom and the effects of this diversity on ELL instructional and program development.
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About This CTEL-3 Culture and Inclusion Study Guide
This course will prepare you for subtest 3 of the California Teacher of English Learners examination. Within this course, you'll be able to review information about cultural diversity, inclusive classrooms, and inclusive curriculums. With short, fun lessons and flashcard review, you will be prepared to do your best on exam day!
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CTEL-3 Culture and Inclusion Course Information
This course is designed to prepare you for the third subtest of the CTEL exam, covering all of the topics outlined in the official test materials provided by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Our professional instructors created this comprehensive course to help you master these objectives. Some of the topics covered in this course are listed below:
Culture and Cultural Diversity and Their Relationship to Academic Achievement
- Defining cultural diversity
- Differentiating between ethnocentrism and cultural relativism
- Explaining sociocultural influences on ELL students
- Detailing what's involved in culture shock
- Outlining diversity trends in California
Culturally Inclusive Instruction
- Demonstrating awareness of cultural differences in conflict responses
- Utilizing culturally responsive classroom management strategies
- Teaching diversity in the classroom
- Communicating with ELL parents
CTEL-3 Course Format
Study.com's prep course for the CTEL-3 exam is broken down into eight chapters, with 57 short lessons. Animated and engaging videos highlight the critical content to help you feel confident about important exam content. Additional practice opportunities are available with flashcards and quizzes.
CTEL-3 Exam Information
- Number of Questions: 40 multiple choice, 1 essay
- Time Limit: One hour and thirty minutes
- Exam Cost: $99
Registering and Preparing for the CTEL-3 Exam
If you wish to register for this subtest or the entire CTEL exam, you must first create an account on the Commission on Teaching Credentialing (CTC) website. Online registration is available 24/7. Once your registration information and test fee payment are processed, you can then click on the 'Schedule' link on the CTC website and select your test date and site. You will receive an email from Pearson VUE confirming your registration.
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