GED

Lessons

  • Lessons use tutorials and quizzes.
  • Tutorials have slides with text and pictures.
  • Learners can use the built-in screen reader.
  • Other learning tools include dictionaries, translators and text highlighting.
  • After watching a tutorial, learners complete a short quiz to check their knowledge.
  • Lessons are grouped by level and subject.

 

Reading, Science and Social Studies

The GED Reading, Science and Social Studies Tests give questions in a variety of formats, including written text and graphics (tables, charts, diagrams, etc.)  After completing a GED Assessment, learners will be assigned lessons from our Reading Strategies curriculum to build readiness for these GED questions. 
Learners can also watch video tutorials that show how to break down sample questions from each of these subjects.

 

GED Science

The new Edmentum GED Science course has lessons on science vocabulary, life science, ecosystems, energy, electricity, magnetism, earth's structures, and climate along with reading strategies for reading science texts and scientific visual aids.

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GED Social Studies

The new GED Social Studies covers reading strategies to understand facts from opinions, analyzing historical information that has sequencing, cause and effect, and timelines. You will learn about economic systems, basic economic problems our society faces, as well as general Social Studies vocabulary.

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Math

After completing a GED Assessment, learners will be assigned lessons from our Essential Math curriculum.

 

Writing

After completing a GED Assessment, learners will be assigned lessons from our Writing Skills curriculum.

 

 

Courses

  • Created by the LearningHUB Team!
  • Designed for literacy learners. The perfect introduction to online learning.
  • Each course is 3-6 units.
  • Each unit has a learning objective.
  • Activities include pages to read, videos, journal-writing, short assignments, quizzes and more.

 

Canadian Geography

Whether you’re hiking or planning a cross country road trip, knowing how to read a map is a practical skill to have. In this course, you will learn ways that maps are useful and practice reading them. You will explore the geography of Canada and its abundance of natural resources and how Canada’s physical features influence population size and where people and businesses choose to locate. You will read and interpret graphs to identify trends and make predictions. Lastly, you will learn why Canada is proud of its diverse population and culture.

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GED Assessments and Practice Tests

Register for this course if you would like to take a GED Practice Test to determine which subject areas you need to upgrade your skills in, prior to applying to write the official GED Test.

 

Writing an Essay

In this course, you will learn to identify parts of a 5-paragraph essay. You will learn to read writing prompt instructions and understand how to answer them. You will get hands-on writing experience using strategies like brainstorming, drafting rough copies, revising and editing to create an essay with a thesis statement, introduction, body and concluding paragraphs.

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Live Classes

  • Taught by a LearningHUB Practitioner.
  • 1-2 hours long and run at a set date and time.
  • Available October-November, January-February and April-May.
  • Now running in Zoom!

 

GED Prep Series 1: Writing a GED Essay

In this class, you will learn the steps for writing a GED Essay. We explain the details to look for when reading the essay question and then discuss the importance of planning your response. We teach strategies for organizing your essay into paragraphs and explain how your essay will be graded. Ace the essay with this class!

 

GED Prep Series 2: Reading Strategies for Social Studies

Just like the GED Science Test, the Social Studies Test looks at your ability to read and interpret information in text, diagrams, charts and maps. In this class, you are introduced to sample questions from a variety of topics including, Canadian History, World History, Civics, Government, Economics and Geography. Together, we read the questions, find the key details, and break down the strategies for choosing the proper answer.

 

GED Prep Series 3: Reading Strategies for Science

Just like the GED Social Studies Test, the Science Test looks at your ability to read and interpret information in text, diagrams, charts and graphs. In this class, you are introduced to sample questions from a variety of topics including, Life Science, Earth & Space Science, and Physical Science. Together, we read the questions, find the key details, and break down the strategies for choosing the proper answer.