Links of Interest
Links of Interest
view the lesson plans for Pre GED, simply click on one of
areas and view or print each lesson plan and its accompanying handouts.
Florida GED Online Lessons Link here to access 200 online lessons designed to help teachers prepare students for GED 2002.
This site has 6,264 lesson plans, 10 worksheets, and 91 sites for your use! On the left hand side of the screen, you can narrow the search down to Adult Education Math or reading and even further down to Basic Adult Education! There is a 10-31 day free trial and once you fall in love with the site and want to become a member the cost is an inexpensive $29.95 a year.
The OTAN Online Lesson Plan Builder is designed as a tool for adult educators to improve instruction. It is intended for the use of both new teachers who are studying their craft and of experienced teachers developing detailed lesson plans to share with their peers.
This site has lesson plans in all subject areas for all of the following adult education programs: GED, Pre-GED, ESL, ABE, ABLE, & Workforce Development!
This site has an entire alphabet list of classroom project ideas! Although they are geared towards secondary education, they could easily be adapted for the adult education environment. Most of the projects pertain to Social Studies and Science but there are a few Language Arts, Math, and Art ones!
This site has tons of information for both educators and students! It has lesson plans, tips, and teacher selected websites! For students, it has success stories for motivation, GED information, and an Adult Ed. TV station!
This site has some lesson plans that bring technology into the classroom! Each lesson is centered around a different website!
This site allows you to create cryptograms, math squares, word search, and man more puzzles for your classroom! These puzzle could be used as study guides or as assignments all on their own!
The Circle of Learning - Four cross-curricular lessons developed by the GED Direct Training Project from St. John's River Community College.
it is!) http://www.literacynet.org/cnnsf/
Lessons from today's headlines! Archives are available.
to good K-12 sites that include lesson plans that can
be easily adapted to any adult education basic skills,
GED, or ESOL class.
Within this section, you will find three teacher lesson plans adaptable for K-12 classrooms. These lesson plans — complete with activities, discussion ideas, and literary resources — offer creative ideas for teaching the concept of life beyond Earth in the classroom.
This site houses a multitude of different lessons that range from all subject areas, even civics! Some of the lessons come with videos that reinforce the lesson.
This site has lesson plans that deal with society and culture--the lessons have been adapted to fit into many different subject areas.
NEW! Interactive GAMES for learning math skills (includes interactive flash cards and the game of concentration! Very Cool!) Some are listed here, but check out the whole kit and kaboodle at http://www.quia.com/shared/
http://www.quia.com/jg/66061.html - Rounding Decimals/Whole Numbers
http://www.quia.com/jg/66059.html - Rounding Decimals/Hundreths
http://www.quia.com/jg/65631.html - Square Roots
http://www.quia.com/jg/65651.html - Division Facts
http://www.quia.com/jg/65626.html - Multiplication Tables
Technology in the ABE Classroom
(As included in the Integrating Technology in the ABE Classroom Teacher Resource Guide)
Living in Space: Designing a Space Station
This wonderful online game is perfect for students past the 4th grade reading level. What is it? Living in Space is an online game that explores the idea of living in space. What do humans need in order to live in this hostile environment? What do we need to work and thrive in space? By designing a space station, you (the user or the student)] examines a series of problems: How will you breath? What will you eat? How will you produce power? While choosing the best solution for each problem, you learn how NASA and the Russian space agency have designed life support systems for their spacecraft, while gaining an appreciation for the Earth's
environment and the many ways that it provides the things that we need to survive.
Lemonade Stand is a classic game that teaches the basics about how supply and demand effect business. In this game, it is your job to run a street-corner lemonade stand and to try to make some money doing it. Your business decisions affect supply and demand, and therefore, your profitability.
Chembalancer is an online game to teach balancing equations. You type numbers in front of each molecule until there are the same number of atoms on both sides of the equation, then click the ‘Balanced’ button.
This web site takes users through the actual steps of writing a short essay. Users develop an idea and write their own short essay, consisting of an introduction, a two-to-three paragraph body and a conclusion. Program prompts guide users step by step through pre-writing, writing, organizing, editing, rewriting and publishing.
This web site takes users through the actual steps of writing a business letter. Users go through the process of constructing a letter they would write in a business environment. Steps to a finished letter include pre-writing, writing, organizing, editing, rewriting and publishing. Completed business letters can be transferred to a word processing program, HTML editor or e-mail application.
This web site takes users through the actual steps of writing a basic paragraph. Users develop an idea and write their own topic sentence, body and conclusion. Program prompts guide users step by step through pre-writing, writing, organizing, editing, rewriting and publishing. Completed paragraphs can be transferred to a word processing program, HTML editor or e-mail application.
Merit Quiz Center
The quizzes on this web site are designed to improve reading comprehension, build vocabulary and sharpen grammar skills. The grammar, vocabulary, and writing quizzes give the user a quick assessment of eight basic skill questions. The ESL reading quizzes have six questions. The other reading quizzes have three texts with six questions per text. They give the user an assessment of three basic reading skills.
The Stock Game
The Stock Game is a free online stock market simulation for Grades 5–12. Students nationwide play in individual or buddy contests year-round, and teams of two to three students participate in the Fall and Spring Stocks That Rock! competition. The Web site contains lessons, lesson plans, a glossary, and more than 75 lesson starter activities. These activities are correlated to NCTM, NCSS, NCEE and ISTE standards. The site also contains research tools from REUTERS, CNN Interactive and Hoover’s Online.
EnviroHealth Link (EHL) was developed to help educators like you cope with two growing trends in education: the use of technology and the emphasis on environmental health education.
Fluency Through Fables
Each month, The Comenius Group features an interactive English lesson that includes a fable, a matching exercise, a completion exercise, a true or false exercise, and three discussion exercises.
The World Wide School
The World Wide School is a free online educational resource that requires only the investment of users’ time. The site, which is dedicated to using the Web as a means to provide a wider range of educational options, currently includes interdisciplinary courses a library and a BBS.
Teaching and Learning with Technology
Teaching and Learning with Technology is a project of the Alberta Educational Consortia. Their goal: to create better professional development activities to assist teachers in using technology effectively to support student learning.
NOTE: Move your mouse over Technology Integration Projects. You will then be given four options: Divisions One-Four. These divisions are separated by grade level.
A bit of history can be found at the Viking Expedition website from the BBC. View a video clip of Viking buried treasure.
This resource for adult basic education instructors will allow you to search the Eureka! lesson database by topic or program type and discover lessons that have been used successfully by ABLE instructors with their students.
English teaching units for grades 1-13.
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Language Arts lessons for varying levels. Loads of lessons!
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