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English Quiz Editor (Contract)

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English Language Arts Quiz Editor (Contract)

We’re looking for passionate and knowledgeable reviewers to ensure the accuracy and clarity of English/Language Arts practice questions as well as lessons and video tutorials that help students learn and apply various ELA skills.

As a contract English Language Arts Quiz Editor, you'll receive the following:

  • Reliable Payments: Timely, reliable payments twice a month via PayPal.
  • Independence: A massive library of lessons, questions, and videos for you to choose from at your own pace
  • Flexibility: Work from anywhere, at any time, completely online
  • Supportive Staff: Access to a supportive in-house team to answer your questions

What we’re looking for:

  1. Expertise in English/Language Arts
  2. Strong English-language reading and writing skills
  3. Proofreading and editing skills

Do you think you can be a English/Language Arts Reviewer for Study.com? Please apply now!

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Please describe your qualifications to review and edit complex English/language arts content for students. Write exactly 3 sentences.*
Imagine you are reviewing a set of multiple-choice questions that a writer has created for a quiz. As a reviewer, you will want to make sure that the questions do not have any spelling, accuracy or grammar errors. You also want to make sure the questions and answers accurately assess the skill level of the student and are not plagiarized. Once you have read through the questions and answers, leave notes for the writer on how they can improve their questions.


The target audience for the following questions are high school freshman

1. Identify which of the following vocab words would make the sentence the best: The elephant coulnd't decide ______ she should follow the herd or find her friend.
A. wether (correct answer)
B. weather
C. monkey
D. whatever

2. Which of these sentences uses commas correctly?
A. The students are required to bring, their textbooks, pencils and Zip disks to class.
B. The students are required to bring their textbooks, pencils, and Zip disks to class. (correct answer)
C. The students are required to bring their textbooks pencils and Zip disks to class.
D. The students are required to bring their textbooks; pencils; and; Zip disks; to class.*
You are designing a skills or competency-based assessment for the following standard: Interpret figures of speech (e.g., hyperbole, paradox) in context and analyze their role in the text.

Referring to a passage of 50-100 words (which you'll write yourself) as a stimulus, please provide an example of a multiple choice question you might include along with four potential answer options.

Provide a brief explanation (1-2 lines) for how your question enables students to demonstrate proficiency on the skill or standard. - Why did you choose this question?

Provide a brief explanation (1-2 lines) for which misconceptions or errors your distractors demonstrate - Why did you choose these distractors?*