[Numeracy 483] Building Graphic Literacy Skills-An essential to pass the GED Math Test

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I don’t want anyone to miss this opportunity to learn how to help adult
learners build their graphic literacy skills—an essential for passing the GED
Mathematics Test. Joan Hudson-Miller

The NAASLN Webinar Series
Did you know that 50% of the questions on the GED Math, Social Studies and
Science Tests are based on graphics or graphics and text combined?
To learn how to build graphic literacy skills and help your students pass
the GED tests, don’t miss the NAASLN Webinar Series’ August 24th
Internet-based Seminar.

Building Graphic Literacy Skills to Pass the GED® Tests

Presenter: Caren Van Slyke, adult educator with 30 years of experience and
author of the GED Scoreboost™ series, published by New Readers Press,
which includes Critical Thinking-Graphic Skills for Social Studies and Science.

August 24, 2010 4:00 – 5:00 ET

Building Graphic Literacy Skills to Pass the GED® Tests
Session Description: Graphic literacy skills are essential for passing
the GED Tests. About 50% of the questions on the Math, Social Studies, and
Science Tests are based on graphics or on graphics and text combined. In this
webinar, we'll discuss graphics-based classroom activities for both
Pre-GED and GED students. We'll also preview published materials designed for
student success with GED graphics.

Presenter: Caren Van Slyke has 30 years’ experience as an adult educator –
teacher, tutor, writer, editor, and teacher trainer. Her focus has been
passing the GED Tests – developing instructional materials and training
hundreds of teachers around the country. Beginning as a GED classroom teacher
in Chicago in the late 1970’s, she has worked on GED preparation materials
for a number of publishers. Her GED Scoreboost™ series, published by New
Readers Press, includes: Critical Thinking - Graphic Skills for Social
Studies and Science.
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