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GED Academy

Learn and practice your skills in math, science, English language arts, and social studies.  Practice and improve test taking skills.  Note: GED Academy is offered to all TCC students for free.  You must contact Debbye Larsen at dlarsen@tacomacc.edu to get a user name and password.  With this resource you’ll be ready to go, learn, and practice!

  • Math – Quantitative & algebraic problem solving
  • Science – Life science, physical science, earth and space science
  • Social Studies – Civics and government, U.S. history, economics, geography and the world
  • Reasoning Through Language Arts – Ability to read closely, write clearly, and edit and understand written text

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ABEWeb

 

ABEweb allows you to study and improve your skills in English, transitions, GED, college prep, ELL, geography, job searching, math, social studies, and technology.  ABE web is a large website that can help adults with their basic education.  The website is very easy to navigate and offers many activities that are both visual and interactive.

 

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No Red Ink

 Learn English grammar with practice questions and progress tracking. For students, you can sign-up to use this program free and then type in your class code that your teacher provides you OR you can enter without any association to a class by using your email to sign-up and finding the ‘Practice’ tab once you enter the site.  It gives you the option to do practice questions on particular grammar topics and then take quizzes on various grammar topics!  If you need to learn the grammar rule before practicing or taking the quiz, go to the ‘Rules’ tab first, otherwise you can see the rule when reviewing questions you answer wrong. Your progress is shown with topic squares that fill up with color as you work on them showing a grade scale number representing your mastery of that subject so far.  This visually organized system is helpful and motivating to learn and master all topics.

For teachers, you can register as a teacher and create a ‘class’, which will generate a code that your students can use when they log into their accounts!  Then you will be able to manage your class from your account, assign specific grammar topics for practice, and even see data on your students work.  And this is FREE, although there are some grammar topics and exercises that are only accessible if you pay for a premium account. But there is a surprising amount of content and functionality that is freely accessible.  Give it a try!

 

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