"Introducing CC.BetterLesson — a brand new, free resource from the BetterLesson team featuring the highest quality Common Core-aligned lessons created through our Master Teacher Project. This is a K-12 resource that could easily be adapted for adult education classrooms."
- Resource type: Teacher-created material
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- Recommended by: Amy Vickers, Minneapolis Adult Education (email Amy)
The EMPower set of numeracy texts will help prepare students for the 2014 GED test. You will need to buy a student book and a teacher book for your class, but after that it is possible to copy pages of the student book for classroom use. The books contain activities that fit well with MNI (MN Numeracy Initiative) principles, but not necessarily GED-specific practice questions. If you want to try one, I recommend that you start with Seeking Patterns, Building Rules (Algebraic Thinking) because it offers opportunities for exploration of and practice with functions in several forms.
LearningExpress Library High School Equivalency Center
In the High School Equivalency Center of the LearningExpress Library, click on Prepare for the GED® Test to find a wealth of helpful information, including the Introduction to the 2014 GED® Test tutorial. This interactive tutorial offers you a comprehensive introduction to the new GED® test. You'll learn about the new test format, practice with the new question types, find out what is assessed on all four tests, and more. You will also find practice tests, tutorials and eBooks specific to the Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies tests.
- Resource type: Website
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- Recommended by: Beth Staats, Minitex, U of MN Libraries and ELM Electronic Library for Minnesota (email Beth)
Teachers Investigating Adult Numeracy
Through this link you can find detailed sample lessons that were created as part of a multi-state professional development project, three focusing on data and graphs and four focusing on algebra. The lessons include teacher planning notes, reflections, and examples of student work.