# GED Academy Curriculum Guide

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GED Academy Curriculum guide

[-] GED Matho [-] GED Test Overview [-] GED Math Test Overview Why Math? Math formulas for geometry [-] GED Math Test Overview Managing your time on the GED MathTest Introduction to GED Math Test [-] GED Test Math Overview GED Test Answer Grido [-] Number Operations and Number Sense [-] Recognizing Numbers Ordering Numbers [-] Addition and Subtraction of WholeNumbers Addition and Subtraction [-] Multiplication and Division of WholeNumbers Multiplication & Division [-] Operational Properties Number Operations Number Operations I Number Operations II Number Operations III Number Operations IV Number Operations V Number Operations VI Number Operations Review [-] Developing Operational Sense Order of Operations [-] Fractions Introduction to Fractions Fractions Adding and Subtracting Fractions Multiplying Fractions Dividing Fractions

[-] DecimalsDecimals Converting Decimals to Fractions Operations with Decimals[-] Solving Problems and EvaluatingSolutions Word Problems I Word Problems II Solving word problems[-] Estimating Estimating How to estimate numbers[-] Rate and Interest Interest Rate I[-] Solving Money Problems Money Money and Rate[-] Working with Percentages Introduction to Percentages Solving Percentage Problems[-] Ratios and Proportions Ratios and Proportions[-] Using Calculators Using Calculators The Casio fx-260 GED Test Calculator[-] GED Math Practice Practice with GED math questions[-] Review of Number Operations Review of Number Operations

oo[-] Measurement [-] Appropriate Units and ConvertMeasurement Units Introduction to Measurement Metric Measurement Measurement Operations [-] Perimeter Measuring Perimeter, Area, and Volume [-] Volume Volume I Volume II Volume III Volume IV [-] Time Time[-] Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability [-] Graphs Graphs I Graphs II Graphs III Graphs IV Graphs V Graphs VI Graphs VII [-] Mean, Median, and Mode Data Analysis/Mean [-] Charts, Conclusions from Data Tables and Charts Charts I Charts II Charts III Charts IV [-] Probability and Statistics Simple Probability Dependent Probability Independent Probability

[-] Mean, Median, and Mode Math Formulas for Central Tendency Mean, Median, and Mode Data Analysis/Median [-] Review Review of Using Data[-] Geometry and Spatial Sense [-] Perimeter and Area Perimeter and Area [-] Geometry and Spatial Sense Coordinate Geometry [-] Lines and Angles Lines & Angles Angles I Angles II [-] Plane Figures Similar & Congruent Figures [-] Triangles and Quadrilaterals Triangles & Quadrilaterals [-] Irregular Figures Irregular Figures [-] Pythagorean Theorem Pythagorean Theorem Pythagorean Theorem II Pythagorean Relationship [-] Review of Geometry Terms and Concepts Review of Geometry[-] Patterns, Functions, and Algebra [-] Integers Using Integers [-] Linear Equations Solving Equations Linear Equation I Linear Equation II Linear Equation III [-] Missing Element Missing Element I Missing Element II oo

Simplifying Expressions[-] Quadratic Equations Quadratic Equation I Quadratic Equation II[-] Variables, Expressions, and Equations Graphing Equations Factoring Expressions[-] Inequalities Functions, Graphs & Inequalities Inequalities[-] Exponents and Scientific Notation Exponents & Roots[-] Review of Algebra Terms Review of Algebra Terms

[-] GED Readingo [-] Comprehension [-] Restate or Paraphrase Information Make Music with Your Life: Title’sMeaning Bartlby, The Scrivener: ComprehendingConcepts Bartlby, The Scrivener: Paraphrasing The Crisis: Paraphrasing a Quote Reading: Interpreting RentalAgreements Rental Agreement: Interpreting aPassage Barn Burning: Comprehending a Phrase Good Benito: A Word in Context The Great Gatsby: A Word in Context Gladiator Review: Restating Concept Univeristy of Colorado Honor CodePolicy: Restating a Concept University of Colorado Honor CodePolicy: Word Meaning Life of Pi: Recalling Concepts I Felt a Cleaving in My Mind: WordMeaning The Jungle: Comprehending Concepts Disciplinary Procedure: Meaning of“Disciplinary” Disciplinary Procedure: Meaning of“Procedure” Walden: Word Meaning in Context Restating and Summarizing [-] Summarize Main Ideas Make Music with Your Life: Poem’s MainIdea Conversation: Main Idea The Great Gatsby: Summarizing aRelationship Gladiator Review: Main Idea

Long Day’s Journey into Night:Summarizing Stage Direction The Jungle: Summarizing Information Walden: Main Idea [-] Explain the Thought or Clear Implicationof the Text The Horse Dealer’s Daughter:Implication of the Title Bartlby, The Scrivener: UnderstandingDescription Barn Burning: Comprehending a Detail Good Benito: Comprehending Details Gladiator Review: Recall Details University of Colorado Honor CodePolicy: Detail Describing Students University of Colorado Honor CodePolicy: Detail Desribing Responsibility Life of Pi: Recalling Details Life of Pi: Recalling an Example The Jungle: Comprehending Details The Jungle: Explaining Implications Disciplinary Procedure: ComprehendingDetails[-] Application [-] Transfer Concepts and Principles Fromthe Reading to a New Context Death of a Salesman: Applying CharacterTraits Death of a Salesman: Biff in a NewContext Mission Statements: Applying theConcept The Crisis: Application in a New Context The Crisis: Applying Paine’s Values Rental Agreement: Applying TenantResponsiblities Rental Agreement: Applying Terms ofAgreement o

Affirmative Action: Applying Concepts toa New Argument The Great Gatsby: Applying CharacterTraits Disciplinary Procedure: Applying thePolicy Application[-] Analysis [-] Draw Conclusions, UnderstandConsequences, and Make Inferences Death of a Salesman: AnalyzingCharacter Death of a Salesman: Making Inferences Mission Statements: Outcomes andConsequences Affirmative Action: Identifying aConclusion Barn Burning: Making an Inference University of Colorado Honor CodePolicy: Inference I Felt a Cleaving in My Mind: Inference The Jungle: Inferring a Meaning Hogan’s Goat: Making an Inference The Horse Dealer’s Daughter: AnalyzingMotivation Inferences Good Benito: Making an Inference [-] Identify Elements of Style and Structure Death of a Salesman: CharacterMotivation Make Music with Your Life: Poem’s Form Conversation: Character’s Attitude Conversation: Metaphor Barn Burning: Analyzing Imagery Barn Burning: Figurative Language Good Benito: A Character’s Emotions In Just: Poem’s Structure o

Long Day’s Journey into Night:Characters’ Relationship Long Day’s Journey into Night: CharacterDescription Hogan’s Goat: Character Motivation Hogan’s Goat: Character State of Mind The Horse Dealer’s Daughter: FigurativeLanguage [-] Distinguish Conclusions From SupportingStatements and Recognize UnstatedAssumptions Affirmative Action: Identifying Supportfor the Conclusion Affirmative Action: Evaluating Evidence Affirmative Action: IdentifyingAssumptions[-] Synthesis [-] Interpret the Organizational Structure orPattern of a Text In Just: Effect of Children’s Names In Just: Effect of “balloonMan” I Felt a Cleaving in My Mind: Effect of thePoem [-] Interpret the Overall Tone, Point of View,Style, or Purpose of a Work Make Music with Your Life: Poem’sAudience Make Music with Your Life: Poet’s Tone Bartlby, The Scrivener: Tone Mission Statements: Author’s Purpose Reading: Interpreting Thomas Paine The Great Gatsby: Tone of Narration The Great Gatsby: Narrator’s Point ofView In Just: Poem’s Point of View Life of Pi: Point of View I Felt a Cleaving in My Mind: Tone Disciplinary Procedure: Purpose o

Recognizing Point of View [-] Make Connections Among Parts of theText Barn Burning: Synthesizing CharacterInformation Good Benito: Connecting Parts of theText The Great Gatsby: SynthesizingCharacter Traits Hogan’s Goat: Characters’ Relationship [-] Compare and Contrast Conversation: Compare and Contrast Long Day’s Journey into Night:Comparing Characters [-] Integrate Information From Outside thePassage With Elements Within the Passage Gladiator Review: Looking Beyond thePassage Life of Pi: Synthesizing Life of Pi: Evaluating Information Walden: Extending Meaning to Today Synthesis[-] Reading Background [-] Terms Reading and Literature Terms [-] Reading Skills How to Get to Be a Better Reader [-] Deciphering Words Words You Don’t Know [-] Types of Reading Different Types of Readings [-] Skimming Skimming and Scanning for Answers [-] Tone Recognizing Tone [-] Vocabulary Vocabulary Questions o

o[-] GED Reading Test [-] Background The GED Reading Test[-] Practice Reading Practice Questions

[-] GED Scienceo [-] Unifying Concepts and Processes [-] Systems, Order and Organization [-] Life Science — Comprehension Protein - Animal vs. Vegetable Gene Summary Skin Diagram [-] Physical Science — Comprehension Phase Diagram Atom Pattern [-] Earth and Space Science —Comprehension Fossil Skulls Energy Summary Earth Systems [-] Earth and Space Science — Analysis Absorbed Energy [-] Earth and Space Science —Application Which Way’s the Sun Moving? [-] Life Science — Application Polar Bears Genetics and Heredity Cells [-] Earth and Space Science —Evaluation Energy Conclusion [-] Earth and Space Science — Synthesis The Dark Ages [-] Physical Science — Application Forces, Motion, and Work Matter Energy [-] Life Science — Analysis Ecosystems [-] Evidence, Models, and Explanations [-] Life Science — Comprehension Yawning

[-] Physical Science — Comprehension Absorbing Light [-] Earth and Space Science —Comprehension Rocks [-] Physical Science — Analysis Sherpa Dude [-] Physical Science — Evaluation Wrong Textbooks [-] Physical Science — Application Isaac Newton [-] Life Science — Analysis Evolution [-] Change, Constancy, and Measurement [-] Physical Science — Comprehension Sound Waves Charles’s Law General Relativity [-] Form and Function [-] Life Science — Comprehension Photosynthesis [-] Life Science — Synthesis DNA Inference [-] Earth and Space Science —Application Our Place in Space[-] Science as Inquiry [-] Asking Questions [-] Life Science — Comprehension Too Cerebral! Defining DNA Dinosaur Relatives [-] Life Science — Evaluation Sleep Deprivation [-] Physical Science — Application Sunlight [-] Understanding Data — Analysis Understanding Data and Evidence o

[-] Scientific Method — Analysis Science Experiments[-] Planning and Conducting Investigations [-] Physical Science — Comprehension Disappearing Ions Hypothesis [-] Life Science — Analysis Experimental Design [-] Physical Science — Evaluation Temperature vs. Time [-] Life Science — Evaluation Electric Bean Car[-] Using Appropriate Tools and Techniquesto Gather Data [-] Life Science — Evaluation Measuring Time [-] Charts and Graphs — Application Charts, Graphs, Tables, andDiagrams[-] Thinking Critically and Logically AboutRelationships Between Evidence andExplanations [-] Life Science — Comprehension Smoking and Health [-] Earth and Space Science —Comprehension The Age of the Universe [-] Life Science — Analysis Explaining Bat [-] Physical Science — Application Hot Air Phase Difference [-] Physical Science — Evaluation It’s An Ollie What’s a Theory [-] Life Science — Evaluation Best Exercise

[-] Earth and Space Science —Evaluation Lunar Eclipse[-] Constructing and Analyzine AlternativeExplanations [-] Earth and Space Science —Comprehension Eruption Effects Water Pressure Tree Rings [-] Life Science — Analysis Smart Animals Disappearing Predators [-] Earth and Space Science —Evaluation Cold Geysers[-] Applying Scientific Knowledge [-] Physical Science — Comprehension Electron Shell What’s in a Body [-] Physical Science — Analysis Rapper Dude Electronics Soap Box Derby Pendulum [-] Earth and Space Science —Application High Altitudes [-] Life Science — Application Frog Effects [-] Physical Science — Application Newtonian Principle Painting a House [-] Earth and Space Science —Application Plants and the Carbon Cycle [-] Life Science — Synthesis Virus Reproduction

[-] Physical Science — Evaluation Forms of Matter Galileo’s Evidence [-] Life Science — Evaluation Bread Mold Food Chain[-] Science and Technology [-] Decision-making Abilities in Identifyingand Stating a Problem [-] Physical Science — Comprehension Steam Power [-] Life Science — Analysis More TV, Less Smarts [-] Earth and Space Science — Analysis The Moon Landing [-] Physical Science — Application Pulley Problem [-] Earth and Space Science —Evaluation Outer Limits [-] Physical Science — Evaluation Types of Levers Second Class Levers Third Class Levers [-] Background [-] Techonology — Analysis Technology[-] Science in Social and Personal Perspectives [-] Personal and Community Health [-] Life Science — Comprehension LDL and HDL Who’s Messing with My Genes? Virus [-] Life Science — Application Cigarette Smoke Immune System [-] Physical Science — Application Safety oo

[-] Life Science — Evaluation A Favorite Breakfast [-] Environmental Quality [-] Earth and Space Science —Comprehension Rachel Carson The Greenhouse Effect [-] Life Science — Analysis Airborne Chemicals [-] Earth and Space Science —Application Healthy Soil Organic Fertilizer [-] Life Science — Application Building Muscle [-] Natural and Human Induced Hazards [-] Life Science — Evaluation[-] Ged Science Test [-] Science Test Background [-] Science Science Test Overview [-] Science Test Practice [-] Science Questions Practice Questions o

[-] GED Social Studieso [-] Interpret Graphic Information [-] Understanding Charts, Graphs, and Tables [-] Economics Flat Screen TV I China Tech Growth Surplus! [-] Geography State of the World [-] Charts and Graphs Charts and Graphs Showing Information in Charts andGraphs [-] Thinking Visually [-] Civics and Government Campaign Financing We The People Federal vs. State [-] U.S. History Freedom of Choice [-] Pictures Showing Information in Pictureso [-] Words in Context [-] Decoding Meaning [-] U.S. History Emancipation Proclamation IIo [-] Construct Meaning [-] Understanding and Restating Information [-] Civics and Government Political Action Committees [-] U.S. History Aliens Dressed in Black [-] Main Ideas [-] Economics Trade Unions [-] Civics and Government House Lobby? Branches of Government

[-] Summarizing Ideas [-] U.S. History Jefferson’s View on Religion Pocahontas Summary[-] Restating Ideas [-] Geography Dust Bowl Dunes Prime Meridian [-] U.S. History Emancipation Proclamation I [-] Restating Restating Information and Ideas[-] Finding Facts [-] Civics and Government Congress’s Power [-] Economics Equilibrium Point [-] U.S. History The Californian, 1848 [-] Facts and Opinions Facts and Opinions [-] Facts Finding a Fact[-] Recognizing a Principal [-] Civics and Government Pentagon Papers Checks and Balances Checks and Balances II [-] Economics Movie Rental Economics [-] Geography Population Patterns Map Principle [-] U.S. History Honest Abe [-] Principles Applying a Principle Recognizing a Principle

[-] World History Age of Enlightenment [-] Understanding Points of View [-] Civics and Government Finding Loopholes Fluoridation of Drinking Water [-] World History Massacre in the Temple Carolus Coins Growth in India [-] Points of View Point of View [-] Implications and Inferences [-] Civics and Government Supreme Court Quote [-] Economics Salad Implications [-] Geography Time Zoning Divisions, Divisions. [-] U.S. History McCarthyism [-] Analytical Thinking Implications and Inferences[-] Recall Information [-] Summarize Details [-] Civics and Government Miranda’s Wife [-] Restating Ideas [-] U.S. History Eisenhower on Civil Rights [-] World History Sign of Tyranny[-] Application [-] Using Information In a New Context [-] World History Dark Ages oo

[-] Solve Problems That Require Skills orKnowledge [-] World History Greek Influence [-] Translate Knowledge Into New Contexts [-] Civics and Government Freedom March [-] Applying a Principal [-] Economics Flat Screen TV II [-] Geography Population Application [-] U.S. History Demonstrating Freedom Miranda Rights Around the World [-] World History Foreign Relations Tools [-] Principles Identifying Examples of a Principle [-] Identify an Illustration of aGeneralization, Principle, or Strategy [-] World History Napoleonic Reforms [-] Apply the Appropriate Abstraction to aNew Problem Without Prompting orInstruction [-] Economics Smokey’s Friend [-] U.S. History Simple Solutions[-] Analysis [-] Drawing Conclusions [-] Economics Moby Dick Outfoxed o

[-] U.S. History Mexican Immigration Slavery Compromise? Pocahontas Conclusion [-] Conclusions Making Conclusions[-] Identifying Patterns [-] Geography U.S. Highway System[-] Distinguishing Fact From Opinion [-] U.S. History Gore vs. Bush Slavery Opinion [-] World History Opinion of Hitler[-] Recognizing Hidden or Unstated Meaning [-] Economics About -isms[-] Identifying Cause and EffectRelationships [-] Civics and Government Did You Vote? [-] Economics Guards at the Gate [-] World History Wages & Prices[-] Making a Series of Related Inferences [-] U.S. History Ralph Nader [-] World History Apartheid Free At Last[-] Distinguishing Conclusions FromSupporting Statements [-] Economics Why Women Live Longer [-] World History Hitler the Dictator

[-] Recognize Information That is Designedto Persuade an Audience [-] Economics Subsidy Pyramid[-] Recognize Unstated Assumptions [-] World History Enlightening Dude [-] Geography Globalization[-] Recognize Fallicies in Logic in Argumentsor Conclusions [-] Civics and Government Who’s Driving the Bus? [-] Economics Stock Crash Argument[-] Recognize Point of View of a Writer in aHistorical Account [-] Civics and Government Author’s Point of View Role of the Citizen [-] U.S. History The Nobel Experiment[-] Identify Comparisons and ContrastsAmong Points of View and Interpretations [-] Economics Credit Rating [-] Compare and Contrast Comparing and Contrasting[-] Determine Implications, Effects, andValue of Presenting Visual Data in DifferentWays [-] Geography Ocean Pollution [-] U.S. History Civil War [-] World History Egypt’s Pyramids Picture of Freedom

o[-] Evaluate/Extend Meaning [-] Compare and Discriminate Among Ideas [-] Civics and Government Which Amendment? Declaring Independence [-] U.S. History The Invisible Man [-] Assess the Value of Theories, Evidence,and Presentations [-] Economics Flat Screen TV III [-] Make Choices Based on ReasonedArgument [-] Economics Credit Reports Who Would You Hire? [-] Recognizing the Role That Values Play inBeliefs and Decision Making [-] Civics and Government Constitution Values [-] Values and Beliefs How Values and Beliefs AffectDecisions [-] Identifying Logical Fallacies in Arguments [-] World History Why’d They Drop the Bomb? Logical Fallacy [-] Role of Values in Making Choices [-] Civics and Government Long Hair Is Okay [-] Assess the Appropriateness ofInformation to Substantiate Conclusions,Hypotheses, and Generalizations [-] Economics A Deal You Can’t Refuse [-] Geography Information Evaluation Colonial Africa

[-] Persuasion Persuasive Arguments[-] GED Social Studies Test [-] Social Studies Test Background [ ] Social Studies Social Studies Test Overview [ ] Important Documents Important Historical Documents [ ] Practice Practice Questions o

[-] GED Writingo [-] Multiple Choice Test [-] Introduction [-] Introduction Introduction to the GED MultipleChoice Writing Test [-] Organization, Sentence Structure, Usageand Mechanics [-] Editing Practice Editing Practice: “Most Proud Of”Essay Editing Practice: Environment Essay Editing Practice: School versusExperience Editing Practice: Preserving Nature Writing: Editing a Student Essay Editing Practice: What I’m MostProud Of. Editing Pracitice: Learning fromTelevision Editing Practice: Nuclear Weapons Edting Practice: Goals in Life Editing Practice: Learning from Lifeversus the Classroom [-] Sentence Structure and Usage [-] Review Sentence Structure Review ofSubjects and Verbs Sentence Structure Review [-] Usage [-] Cliches, Awkwardness and Shifts District Representative Letter VII Cliches and Awkwardness Shifts in Person [-] Pronoun Reference Errors Resolution Letter VII Pronouns [-] Subject-Verb Agreement

District Representative Letter I District Representative Letter II Resolution Letter IV Subject-Verb Agreement Using the Correct Verb with Groupsand Titles [-] Verb Tense Errors District Representative Letter III Farwest Memorandum VIII Regular & Irregular Verbs Verb Shifts in Time[-] Sentence Structure [-] Subjects, Verbs and Phrases Introduction to Subjects and Verbs Verb Phrases Verbs Prepositional Phrases Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Sentence Patterns [-] Sentence Fragments Sentence Fragments Farwest Memorandum IX [-] Run-on Sentences and CommaSplices Run-On Sentences [-] Improper Coordination andSubordination Resolution Letter IX Clauses [-] Modification Farwest Memorandum I Resolution Letter III Resolution Letter VI Dangling Modifiers [-] Parallelism Farwest Memorandum VII Parallel Structure[-] Mechanics

[-] Spelling District Representative Letter IV Farwest Memorandum III Resolution Letter I How to Spell Better Commonly Confused Words Spelling: i before e Spelling: “y” endings Spelling: silent e Spelling: end consonants Spelling Contractions Spelling Possessives Spelling Review[-] Capitalization Farwest Memorandum II Farwest Memorandum IV Farwest Memorandum VI Capitalization of First Words, Titles,and Proper Nouns Capitalization of Months and Days,Titles, and the Pronoun “I” Capitalization Review[-] Punctuation District Representative Letter VI Resolution Letter V Resolution Letter VIII End of Sentence Punctuation Colons, Semicolons, and Dashes Commas in Compound Sentences,Series, and Introductory and EndingExpression Commas around Inessential Phrases Quotes, Underlines, and Italics Punctuation Review

[-] Topic Sentences, Effective TextDivisions, Unity and Coherence Organizing Paragraphs Organizing Articles & Essays Organizing Letters Review of Organization [-] Unity and Coherence Farwest Memorandum V [-] Effective Text Divisions Resolution Letter II [-] Topic Sentences District Representative Letter V[-] Essay Test [-] Writing Essays [-] Writing Fundamentals Essay Prompt: Future Dreams Essay Prompt: Courage Essay Prompt: Free Time Essay Prompt: Excelling Essay Prompt: Time Capsule Essay Prompt: An ImportantInvention Essay Prompt: The Value ofEducation Essay Prompt: Trucks versus Cars Essay Prompt: Cats versus Dogs Essay Prompt: Pictures and Images Essay Prompt: A Favorite Place Essay Prompt: Obesity Essay Prompt: Heroes Essay Prompt: Qualities of a Friend Essay Prompt: The Perfect Job Essay Prompt: Television’sInfluence on Children Essay Prompt: Reasons to Get theGED Essay Prompt: Our Country’sProblems o

Essay Prompt: The Internet Essay Prompt: An Eye for an Eye [-] Organization Applying Organization[-] Writing Test Background [-] Intro to Essay Introduction to the GED Essay [-] Time Your Essay How to Time Your GED Essay [-] Writing the Essay The Writing Process for the GEDEssay [-] Sample Essays Sample GED Essays [-] Scoring the Essay GED Self-Scoring System andOrganizer [-] Common Mistakes Common Mistakes and Problems onthe GED Essay

[-] GED Math o [-] GED Test Overview [-] GED Math Test Overview Why Math? Math formulas for geometry [-] GED Math Test Overview Managing your time on the GED Math Test Introduction to GED Math Test [-] GED Test Math Overview GED Test Answer Grid o [-] Number Operations and Number Sense [-] Recognizing Numbe

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