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Ch 35: Cell Division - ORELA Middle Grades General Science

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Take an in-depth look at cell division by watching the short and engaging video lessons in this chapter. Self-assessment quizzes can reinforce lesson concepts to enhance your preparations for the ORELA Middle Grades General Science assessment.

Cell Division: ORELA Middle Grades General Science - Chapter Summary

Expert instructors in this chapter give you the information you need to brush up on your understanding of cell division. After reviewing the lessons, you will be prepared to answer questions on the ORELA assessment that address:

  • Understanding the mitotic spindle
  • Describing the phases of chromosome segregation
  • Explaining the basics of meiosis
  • Analyzing reductional cell division
  • Explaining equational cell division

You can watch the comprehensive video lessons any time and as often as needed to absorb the materials at your own pace. Videos are also accessible via your smartphone or tablet if you need to study for the exam on the go.

Cell Division: ORELA Middle Grades General Science Objectives

The ORELA assessment was replaced by the NES Middle Grades General Science assessment in Oregon. It is a computer-based test that consists of 150 multiple-choice questions broken into four content domains. This chapter's topics are found in the life science domain, which constitutes approximately 25% of the total test. Make the process of preparing for this domain simple by taking lesson quizzes and a chapter exam with questions similar in format and content to those on the exam.

Oregon educators take the assessment to secure licensure that enables them to teach general science to middle grades students. By taking advantage of the resources in this chapter, you increase your chances of securing a passing score of 228 or higher.

Chapter Practice Exam
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