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|16 - Week GED Course Lesson Plans|
|Week 1 - Introduction (Class Policies and Procedures)|
|Week 2 - Math Basics, Computer Intro & Fun, General Science|
|Week 3 - More Math Basics and Quiz, Computers, Articles|
|Week 4 - Review of Math Basics, Our Solar System, preview of TV/Video Events|
|Week 5 - Catch Up Time/Multiplication and Division Basics|
|Week 6 - Multiplication Review, Division, Order of Operations|
|Week 7 - Division Review, Fraction Basics, General Science|
|Week 8 - Fraction Ratio/Proportion & Fraction Operations|
|Week 9 - Fraction/Decimal & Decimal/Fraction Conversions, Science|
|Week 10 - Percents/Percentage Problems|
|Week 11 - Measurements & the Metric System, Science|
|Week 12 - Mean, Median, Mode and Probability|
|Week 13 - Tables, Charts, and Graphs & Science|
|Week 14 - GED IN YOU LIFE MATH, SCIENCE|
|Week 15 - Mean, Median, Mode, Coordinate Graphs, Triangles, Cirlces, etc.|
|Week 16 - GED Practice Test Week|
|FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS|
ANSWER: The GED Mathematics Test has two parts. The combined parts take 90 minutes. Each part has 25 questions for a total of 50 questions. Of these, 40 are multiple-choice format and 10 are grid format.
Is attendance mandatory and is it true that I will be terminated from attending the GED class if I miss class just 3 times ... ?
ANSWER: Yes, attendance is mandatory. You cannot learn this material unless you are physically on campus to hear the instructor teach the lesson plans. Knowledge takes understanding what it is you've learned. Receiving and hearing from the instructor is the only way you are assured that you will understand the wealth of knowledge in the materials you receive.
Strike 1, Strike 2, and Strike 3 you're out! Just like it is in Baseball, if you miss the class 3 times, you will be terminated from attending the class. Strict attendance will be maintained. If you are serious about this class and receiving your GED, then you will be serious about attending this class.
ANSWER: No, this is not all that you will learn. Math and Science are just the subject matters. In order to absorb and comprehend this knowledge and apply it on GED testing day, there are a host of other things students typically have to deal with. Sometimes students are so engrossed (into) these other things that it severely hampers and affects their ability to concentrate on GED materials and the learning experience. Life challenges, studying habits, as well as test taking skills and preparation (rest, being on time, attitude) are just a few of the things you will be learning in addition to the Math and Science subject matters..
ANSWER: Mr. Hunt can be reached by simply leaving a message at 1-877-295-4390 anytime or by emailing him at Advancestar@yahoo.com. When emailing, please put in the subject line WCCC Student, GED Student, Adult Ed Student, etc. I will return your phone call or email as soon as my schedule permits.
ANSWER: Mr. Hunt or the other GED instructors typically know if a student is prepared to successfully pass the GED. We will inform you if you are ready to go and take the test. Hopefully, all students will be ready by the end of the 16-week course period. The test is $30.00 for GED Students who take the test at GED Testing center located on Rosa Parks Blvd. All other testing centers range anywhere from $75 - $150. Only WCCC Adult Education students will get the special price at the Rosa Parks Testing center.
Click here to see how to prepare for the GED.
Revised: March 1, 2006 .