GED Math and Science Readiness Course

GED Math and Science Readiness Course

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Class Description


Although this course will be structured around the criteria needed to pass the GED Math and Science tests, all students interested in learning or refreshing their skills in areas such as Physical Science, Life Science, Zoology, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, and much more are welcome to attend. Students that are attempting the HiSet or other equivalency exams will also benefit from this content.


This class will be academically rigorous, as the end goal upon completion is taking the GED test as a well-prepared student.


An in depth look at what the GED Math and Science Readiness Course will Cover can be found here:


Class Requirements


Students will need to be able to access google classroom for additional practice and resources I supply.


Class Supplies


No physical supplies are needed apart from a computer.



What topics will be covered in this class?

Whole Number Operations: +,-, X, divide
Communitive and Associative Property
Distributive Property
Number Lines, Number Shape Patterns
Prime Factorization
Comparison Equations
ratios:+,-,x, divide
ratios and rates
operations with mixed numbers
Introduction to Decimals
Comparing Decimals
decimals:+,-,x, divide
order of operations
simplifying exponents
scientific notation
square roots
measurement US
measurement foreign
working with percent’s
solving percent problems
applying percent
Table Circle Graphs
Line Plots, Bar Graphs
Line Graphs, Scatter Plots
Graphs in World
solving equations: +.-,x, divide
ordering rational numbers
solving linear equations 1
Introduction to Inequities
Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
Solving Linear Equations 2
Solving and Graphing Inequities
Angle Pairs
Area of Tri
Area of Quad
Repeat/revisit or Move to Circle
Tri, Quad, Cir
P. Theorem
Congruence, Similarity and Proportional Relationship
Congruence, Similarity and Proportional Relationship
Congruence, Similarity and Proportional Relationship
Working with Units
Volume of Prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones
Volume of Prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones
Volume of Prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones
Rearranging Formulas
Lines& Coordinate Plane
Slope Intercept Line
Measures of Center
Analyzing relationship between variables
Basic and Compound Probability
Function Basics& Properties of Functions
Higher Roots and Fraction Exponents
monomials x binomials
solving quadratic equations by using square roots
solving quadratic equations by factoring
Check Ins
using quadratic formula
histograms and box plots
shapes of distributions
2 way tables
scatter plots and linear models
Systems of equations
Systems of equations
Check Ins
Function Notation
Graphs and Average Rate of Change
Functions Practice


Science Basics
Intro to Scientific Investigation
recognizing and evaluating evidence
working with evidence
reading investigations
working with Textual Data
drawing conclusions from scientific texts
Predict and Infer from visual Data; relationships in Data
using scientific formulas
elements of experimental design; understanding experimental design
forming and refining a hypothesis
verifying accuracy in an investigation
Designing or Modifying an experiment
evaluating scientific conclusions; working backwards from results
Evaluating an Investigation, Judging the relevance of data
Central Tendency
Plants: Photosynthesis
4 main systems of body
Nutrients, germs, infections, immune system, antibiotics
Check ins
Charles Darwin
Ecosystems: Producers, Consumers, food web
Earth’s structure (Crust, Core, Mantle, Plate Tectonics)
Earth’s Resources: diff types; natural, renewable or non, energy resources, solar energy, positive steps of conservation
Space: Universe, galaxy, solar system, star system, constellations, planets
Newton’s Laws of Motion
Matter, Molecules, Atoms, Table of Elements

Are there any tests? Will there will be homework?

No tests within the class, however there will be knowledge checks over various topics to reinforce understanding. Homework will be supplied to reinforce understanding; up to each student to complete.

Is this class fun?

I promise to make this class as fun and entertaining as I can! It is fun content so I think so!

How long will this class be? How many sessions per week?

This class will take 1 Quarter to complete: 2 sessions per week ;22 sessions which are 3 hours a piece, a total of 66 hours.

How is this class different from your Math or Science Class

This class is a combination class which will require more of a weekly time commitment then the individual classes.

No Schedules Currently Available.