Get Wise!: Mastering Spelling Skills

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Thomson/Peterson's, 2003 - Study Aids - 260 pages
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For individuals who do not yet have the skills to pass the GED. In the year 2000, 600,000 of the 860,000 adults who took the GED were considered pre-GED--meaning their reading level was at a 6th-8th grade level. Students in the Pre-GED category often take prep courses up to 3 times before finally feeling comfortable with the material. The five-book Essentials for the Pre-GED Student series is aimed at adults requiring more basic--and additional--preparation than is offered by Peterson's other GED prep books. Presented in a user-friendly, motivating approach, the series offers skill-building lessons and practice at a remedial level. With pre-and post-test elements to determine student strengths and weaknesses and tips on time management and stress reduction, these unique guides are sure to help any adult leamer gain the skills they need to pass the GED.

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Barber is an AP European History instructor at Vanguard Preparatory School in Waco, Texas.

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