REA's TExES Core Subjects EC-6 (291) Test Prep with Online Practice Tests Gets You Certified and in the Classroom!
Texas teacher candidates seeking a generalist certificate for early childhood and elementary school are required to take the TExES Core Subjects EC-6 (291) test. REA's all-new test prep offers extensive coverage of the five subject areas assessed on the Core Subjects EC-6 exam:
* English Language Arts and Reading & the Science of Teaching Reading (801)
* Mathematics (802)
* Social Studies (803)
* Science (804)
* Fine Arts, Health and Physical Education (805)
The Core Subjects (291) test was launched in January 2015; it replaced the TExES Generalist (191) test.
Whether you are a traditional college student or a career-changing professional, REA's TExES Core Subjects EC-6 (291) with Online Practice Tests is designed to help you pass the test so you can get certified and start your teaching career.
Written by a team of noted teaching experts led by award-winning Texas-based author Dr. Luis Rosado, this test prep is relevant, up-to-date, and practical. This is focused prep custom-built for the TExES Core Subjects exam EC-6, with the right blend of review and practice content.
The book contains five targeted subject reviews that align with each Core Subjects subtest. To help set your study path and boost your confidence, we provide an online diagnostic test plus two full-length practice exams (one in the book and one online at the REA Study Center). Spanning more than 600 questions, the tests cover every domain and competency.
In addition, computerized testing at the REA Study Center comes with automatic timing and scoring, as well as diagnostic feedback on every question to help you zero in on the topics that give you trouble now, so you can succeed on test day.
REA's TExES Subjects EC-6 (291) is a must-have for anyone who wants to teach early childhood and elementary school.
About the AuthorDr. Luis A. Rosado
is a Professor of Bilingual Education and the Director of the Center for Bilingual and ESL Education in the College of Education and Health Professions at the University of Texas at Arlington. He holds degrees from the University of Puerto Rico, Boston State College, and Texas A&I University, now Texas A&M–Kingsville. Dr. Rosado has more than three decades of teaching experience at the elementary, high school, and college levels. He has taught in Puerto Rico, Massachusetts, and Texas.
Dr. Rosado has written extensively in the areas of pedagogy and professional responsibilities, parental involvement, cross-cultural communication, preparation for teacher certification exams, and Spanish for bilingual teachers. Among his publications are a series of books to prepare pre-service teachers for certification tests, including REA’s best-selling TExES Bilingual Generalist EC-6 (192)
, and Desarrollo del Español para Maestros en Programas de Educación Bilingüe
(Spanish Development for Teachers in Bilingual Education Programs
), for which, with co-author Lidia Morris, he earned first place in the 2014 International Latino Book Awards in the category of Best Reference Book—Spanish or Bilingual. The book, which is intended, Dr. Rosado says, “to polish Spanish, not to teach Spanish,” is being used by several universities and a number of Texas school districts.