GED Lessons

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Algebraic Problem Solving

Expressions & Polynomials

A1a. Simplify Expressions
A1b. Evaluate Linear Expressions
A1d. Add-Subtract Polynomials
A 1f. Factor Polynomials

Equations & Inequalities

A2a. Solve Equations
A2c. Write Equations
A2d. Simultaneous Equations
A3a. Graph Inequalities
A4a. Quadratic Equations

Graphs and Functions

A5a. Coordinate Plane
A5b. Slopes of Lines
A5c. Slopes as Rates
A7b. Functions and Relations
A7d. Compare Functions

Lines and Equations

A6a. Point-Slope Equations
A6b. Equations of Lines
A6c. Parallel-Perpendicular Slopes

Quantitative Problem Solving

Number Sense Concepts

Q1a. Order Fractions & Decimals
Q1b. Multiples & Factors
Q1c. Laws of Exponents
Q1d. Absolute Value


Q2a. Add-Subtract Decimals
Q2a. Multiply-Divide Decimals
Q2a. Add-Subtract Fractions
Q2a. Multiply-Divide Fractions
Q2a. Add-Subtract Signed Numbers
Q2a. Multiply-Divide Signed Numbers
Q2b. Squares & Square Roots

Ratios, Rates & Percents

Q3a. Unit Rates
Q3b. Scale Factors
Q3c. Ratios & Proportions
Q3d. Compute Percents

Dimensions of 2D Figures

Q4a. Triangles & Rectangles
Q4b. Circle Measurements
Q4c. Polygon Measurements
Q4d. Composite Figures
Q4e. Pythagorean Theorem
Q4f. Volume-Surface Area
Q4g. Surface Area

Dimensions of 3D Figures

Q5a. Rectangular & Right Prisms
Q5b. Cylinders
Q5d. Right Pyramids & Cones
Q5e. Spheres

Data Displays

Q6a. Bar & Circle Graphs
Q6b. Box Plots
Q6c. Scatter Plots

Central Tendency

Q7a. Mean, Median, Mode
Q7b. Weighted Average

Counting & Probability

Q8a. Combinations
Q8b. Simple-Compound Probability


Life Science

Pant & Animal Cells
Plant & Animal Structures
The Matter Cycle
Cells, Organs, Systems
Inherited & Learned Behaviors
Ecosystems & Food Webs
Life Cycles-Metamorphosis
Photosynthesis & Respiration
Classification-Dichotomous Keys

Physical Science

Atomic Theory
Periodic Table
Properties of Matter
Chemical & Physical Changes
Chemical Reactions
Energy Forms
Force & Motion
Noncontact Forces
Speed, Velocity, Acceleration
Electricity & Electromagnetism
Wave Properties

Earth & Space Science

Earth’s Systems & Spheres
Earth’s Layers
Tectonic Plates
Topgraphic Maps
The Water Cycle
The Rock Cycle
Weather & Climate
Natural Resources
Earth in Space
The Solar System
Stars & the Universe

Language Arts


Main Idea-Theme
Plot Elements
Cause and Effect
Author’s Purpose/Point of View
Figurative Language
Words in Context

Writing Conventions

Subject-Verb Agreement
Misplaced Modifiers
Fragments & Run-Ons
Possessive Nouns

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Civics & Government

Articles of Confederation

The “First Constitution” approved by the Second Continental Congress to establish the functions of the national government after independence from Great Britain.

Declaration of Independence

The Preamble, the Statement of Human Rights,
Charges Against Human Rights, Charges Against the King
and Parliament, and Statement of Separation and Signatures.

U.S. Constitution

Preamble, articles, amendments, and the amendment
process. Expressed, implied, and inherent powers. How it
addressed deficiencies of the Articles of Confederation.

Branches of Government

Executive, legislative, and judicial branches and
examples to illustrated and understand the system of
checks and balances.

Bill of Rights

Natural law, motives, review and analyses of the
first ten amendments.

Voting Rights Amendments

The 15th, 19th, 24th and 26th amendments.

Federal & State Powers

Supremacy clause, coin money, regulate commerce,
declare war. Exclusive and shared powers of federal and
s tate governments.

Civic & Political Participation

Rights and responsibilities of citizens, running for office and
supporting political candidates.
American History.

American History

Early America: Colonization

Explorations and colonies established by England, Spain,
Portugal, and France. Jamestown, Massachusetts Bay.

The 13 Colonies

Economic, geographic, and religious features of the
New England, Middle, and Southern colonies.

American Revolution

The Quartering Act, Battles of Lexington and Concord,
Boston Tea Party, Boston Massacre, effects of the
French & Indian War.

Westward Expansion

Manifest Destiny, Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark,
Transcontinental Railroad, Trail of Tears, Treaty of Paris,
Mexican-American War.

War of 1812

America vs. Great Britain again. Induction of sailors into
British Royal Navy, economic blockades, British support
of Indian tribes

The Jacksonian Era

“Era of the Common Man.” White male suffrage,
Manifest Destiny, Indian Removal Act of 1830.

Civil War

Abolition of slavery, secession of 11 states, the
North-South economies, states’ rights.


Readmission to the Union and rebuilding the South after the
Civil War. Redress of slavery, political, economic challenges.


Places & Regions

5 geographical region s of the world and regions of the U.S.,
oceans, landforms, time zones, and more.

Environment & Society

Industrialized regions, agricultural regions, how natural resources
affect local economies and business. Spatial patterns.

World in Spatial Terms

Hemispheres, latitude and longitude, equator,
prime meridian, scale measurements.

Physical Systems

Weather systems, climates, natural events. maps, charts, tables.

Human Systems

Human settlement patterns, populations, ethnicities and cultures.


Free Market Economics

Producers and consumers. Pricing, supply and demand,
equilibrium, opportunity costs. Competition and monopolies.

Economic Systems

Capitalism, Socialism, and Communism. Alternative ways
to use resources to produce and distribute goods and services.

Economic Cycles

Inflation, deflation, recession, depression. Expansion, peak,
contraction, trough.

Global Economics

Free trade, econoomic interdependence, tariffs, barriers to trade,
globalization and comparative advantage.

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