Learning the history of Hough helped me appreciate how much the community has changed. It also taught me: never be a slumlord.
Yesterday, I had the chance to repeat a shorter version of my COABE session on the GED Social Studies Extended Response as the monthly webinar for Tuesdays with Essential Education. And we recorded it this time! In both sessions, I focused on enduring issues as a way to engage students in the Great Conversation. Enduring... Continue Reading →
Prepare students for the GED Social Studies Extended Response by focusing on enduring social issues. #coabe15 #adulted
How to do your homework as a voter. GED/HiSET/TASC Test Takers need to know about U.S. Elections for the Social Studies test.
The GED® Social Studies Test is currently 50% Civics and Government. The other subjects are United States History, Economics and Geography. International test takers may have to study more because most of the content is focused on the USA. (Capitalism! Democracy! 50 States!) If you're not so familiar with US Civics and History (even if you... Continue Reading →
14 websites full of quality non-fiction materials for GED® Test Preparation lessons.
The extended response on the GED® Social Studies test requires constructing an argument supported with evidence from a given text. Become familiar with a GED® test item sampler and practice scoring extended responses.
Workshop participants found five fun resources on Facebook that would be engage their learners.