This online test package includes:
- 1 diagnostic test
- 2 full-length practice tests
You may purchase this complete TExES ELAR (117) online test package separately, or get it for free when you buy the print edition of TExES ELAR 4-8 (117) Book + Online ISBN 978-0-7386-8829-9.
The TExES ELAR 4-8 (117) Online Test Package gives you targeted assessments designed to help you pass the exam and get certified to teach social studies to secondary students in Texas public schools.
REA's online practice tests include every topic and type of question you can expect to see on the actual TExES ELAR 4-8 (117) exam. Each exam features timed testing conditions, automatic scoring, detailed answer explanations, and a diagnostic score report that pinpoints where you're strongest and where you need to focus your study.
Note: After you purchase this online test package, you will receive two emails. The first will be an order confirmation, and the second will contain the access code that unlocks your test package at the REA Study Center. These will be emailed to you within a few minutes of your purchase.
About the Author
Dr. Kathleen C. Tice is the Program Coordinator for Literacy Studies in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction at the University of Texas at Arlington. She also teaches courses in literacy studies at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Her research has focused upon teacher knowledge development and service-learning in teacher preparation. She has served as the annual conference Program Chair for the Service-Learning & Experiential Education–Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association. She is a co-editor of the International Journal of Research on Service-Learning in Teacher Education. Dr. Tice won a 2015 Literacy Grant from the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Her teaching awards include the University of Texas System Regents’ Outstanding Teacher Award. She received her master’s degree in reading education from the University of Houston, and earned her Ph.D. in reading and in English/language arts education from the University of Texas at Austin.