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Adult Basic Skills

Adult Basic Education Noncredit (N ABED)

Certificate of Completion This two-course sequence is designed to equip students with the basic reading and writing skills, basic computational skills and critical thinking skills needed for employment or to prepare for GED preparation courses, job training and college level courses for a career or for associate or transfer degree programs. In order to earn a certificate, students must successfully complete N ABED 202.

CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS
N ABED 201 Literacy/Adult Basic Education I
N ABED 202 Literacy/Adult Basic Education II

COURSE OFFERINGS:

N ABED 201 Literacy/Adult Basic Education I
This course is designed to help learners to improve basic reading and writing skills, basic arithmetic computational skills, and critical thinking skills; to develop skills for the workplace; and to prepare for future educational opportunities. Learners participate in an individually prescribed program which includes classrooms activities, independent activities, collaborative learning, and mediated learning.

N BASC 200 Literacy/Adult Basic Education
This course is designed to help learners improve basic reading skills, critical thinking skills, computational skills, and writing skills; to develop skills for the workplace; and to prepare for future educational opportunities. Learners participate in an individually prescribed program which includes classroom activities, independent activities, collaborative learning, and mediated learning.

N BASC 204 Supervised Tutoring for Math
This course provides supplemental instruction for individual students to improve their knowledge and abilities in mathematics. Learners participate in a program which includes classroom and lab activities, independent activities, collaborative learning, mediated learning and tutor-assisted learning.

Tutoring

N BASC 201 Algebra
Review of topics, skills and problem solving techniques from prealgebra, beginning algebra, intermediate algebra, college algebra and/or trigonometry based on individual student needs as determined by diagnostic tests. Intended for students who need to refresh their algebra and/or prealgebra skills prior to taking their next math class or to improve their math placement level on the math assessment test. Review concepts and problem solving techniques from beginning algebra, with emphasis on basic operations with signed number polynomials and linear functions.

N BASC 202 Supervised Tutoring
This course provides supplemental instruction in academic subjects for individual students to improve their knowledge or abilities in the tutored subject.

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Last modified on August 24, 2017