English to Speakers of Other Languages (5362)
The English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) test is designed to measure basic linguistic and pedagogical knowledge for those interested in working in the context of teaching ESOL in elementary or secondary schools. Candidates usually come from a variety of backgrounds. Some are preservice teachers who are recent graduates of an ESOL degree program, some may be experienced ESOL teachers moving from a different state, while others are current teachers who have changed from their content area of education to ESOL.
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Practice Test: English to Speakers of Other Languages (5362)
Boost your confidence for the English to Speakers of Other Languages (5362) test. Take a full-length, interactive practice test with 120 questions covering all the topics on the test, such as foundations of linguistics, assessment and evaluation, and more.
Note: If you are seeking licensure in Massachusetts, you need to confirm eligibility before scheduling this test. Log in to your profile and go to the MA Eligibility Portal to submit an application for approval or check your application status. You will also need to provide your Massachusetts Education Personnel Identifier (MEPID), the unique 8-digit number assigned when you created your ELAR profile when you schedule your test.
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