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- Available Lessons: 279
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Course SummaryThe WEST Elementary Education Subtest I has been replaced by the NES Elementary Education Subtest I. This course contains helpful online lessons that can help you do well on the subtest, and the included quizzes offer an overview of topics you should know for the exam.
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About This Course
The NES Elementary Education Subtest I assesses your ability to teach at different educational levels in the state of Washington. This course provides you with all information you may encounter on the exam, such as reading comprehension skills, phonics instruction, proofreading strategies, literary analysis and social studies topics. The course is comprised of short video lessons that are taught by experienced instructors. Use any computer or mobile device to access the course material, and be sure to take the assessments to master the concepts you need to know by the day of your exam.
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Syllabus & Course Information
The course covers the elementary-level academic subjects you'll need to know for the exam, as well as a variety of basic instructional strategies and methods. When you're finished working through the course, you should be equipped to:
- Describe elementary-level language development
- Explain the basics of reading comprehension and vocabulary
- Identify the components of written and graphic communication
- Utilize effective speaking techniques
- Recognize American standard English rules
- Discuss economics, government, U.S. citizenship and civil liberty concepts
The course is comprised of 255 lessons that are divided in to 26 chapters. The course is completely self-paced, and to help you reinforce your understanding of essential elementary education concepts, we've included short assessments with each lesson.
NES Elementary Education Subtest I (102) Exam Information
This exam is used to assess the knowledge and skills that are required for teaching at elementary school grade levels in the state of Washington.
- Number of Questions: 75
- Question Type: Multiple-choice
- Time Limit: 90 minutes
- Exam Cost: $50
WEST Elementary Education Subtest I (102) Exam Breakdown
|NES Elementary Education Subtest I Exam Concept||Percent of the NES Elementary Education Subtest I Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Lessons|
|Reading and English language arts||62%||46||133|
NES Elementary Education Subtest I Preparation & Registration
Each of the lessons contained in this chapter serves as a complete overview of one specific area that you may be assessed on when taking the actual NES Elementary Education Subtest I. By using our lessons as a study guide, you will benefit from the expertise and experience that our instructors have in these particular areas. Helpful practice quizzes allow you to see how well you have understood some of the main points.
Registration for the Elementary Education Subtests is done on the WEST website once you have created on online account. You may register for a test year-round; however testing spaces are given on a first-come, first-serve basis, so be sure to register well ahead of when you wish to take the test. When the day of the test arrives, you should get to the testing center at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start time. You must also bring with you a valid, government-issued photo ID. If you are not satisfied with your scores upon completing the exam, you may retake the test, though this must be done at least 45 days from your initial test date.
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