"Language Arts - Reading, 2nd Ed"
- This includes popular literature, classical literature, and commentary on literature and the fine arts.
You will practice application of new information to a situation, and appreciate quality in art, and literature. You should be able to complete the post-test successfully and pass the art and literature portion of the GED upon successful completion of this section
|Location||Completely online - available through OnLine Training and our resellers.|
|Meeting day(s)||7 days per week|
|Meeting time(s)||24 hours per day|
|Prerequisite(s)||Minimum of an 8th grade education or equivalent skills|
The minimum requirement for admission into each course is the equivalent of an eighth grade education. This is necessary to insure an acceptable reading level for comprehending the material in the course. In addition, each student should be self-directed enough to be able to work in the course without direct supervision.
In order to successfully complete a course, the student needs to take the pretest(s), complete the assignments in the coursework, and successfully complete the post-test. A timeline of approximately 6 months per course is a reasonable average.
At the end of each course, the student will be able to:
|Class Participation||Since the students will be located at a considerable distance from the instructor, participation will be measured by the number of times the student signs on the system and attempts the material. Approximately every two to three weeks, the student should contact the instructor to report progress or a lack of it. If such contact is not made, then progress is not considered being accomplished.|
|Author / Instructor Information|
|Instructor(s)||An instructor from our GED faculty page is assigned to assist each student.|
|Office location||2669 Forest Hill Blvd Ste. 207, WPB, Fl 33406|
|Office hours||Call for an Appointment|
|Phone||866-357-0841 or toll free 866-357-0841|
|Biography||James L. Harned, Ph.D., Director, Basic Adult Education, has been involved in basic adult education for more than 18 years. Jim holds a doctoral degree in Distance and Adult Education, with a minor in Distance Education from the University of Oklahoma. He has designed and conducted adult education programs in New Mexico and Oklahoma. He specializes in basic adult education and G.E.D. educational programs. He prefers to author courses for delivery in the Moodle virtual classroom, a product of Web Based Training, Systems. While in his doctoral program he designed and taught remedial education courses that enabled marginal students to function satisfactorily in college level courses. He further provided the university faculty with courses on the use of the internet and distance education instructional design. He is the author of the OLT Basic Adult Education series and the lead instructor - teacher - educator in that program. His passions include seeking ways individuals can develop educationally and aiding his students in achieving their personal and professional goals. He seeks to create online learning environments that foster success. Dr. Harned joined OLT in 1998.|