I know that there are multiple subjects on the GED (math, science, social studies, reading, and writing), and they can be difficult to prepare for. Khan Academy is a great way to get a visual and auditory lesson on subjects. However, the test taking process can be anxiety provoking. Being prepared for the GED is…
Quite a lot of people still seem to have difficulty when or where to apply to, two, too, were, we’re, where, there, their, they’re. Hopefully we can break down some of these to be better understood, and less of a hassle to work with in the future.
Derivatives are the foundation of calculus 1. Calculus 1 focuses on the study of derivatives and how it can change. There are different rules such as product, and quotient rules. These problems occur frequently and require such use of derivation techniques.
A Quadratic Equation at this level usually looks something like this: 2x + 4x – 6 = 0 I will explain the easiest way to solve a quadratic equation.
Jenny and Jill are best friends and they both have 12 blocks each. Jenny’s blocks are green and Jill’s blocks are yellow.
Reading is very effective when practiced in bite size lessons. Keep it short adding a few difficult words in the text, so your students find it easy to grasp and eventually gain pace in reading.
Writing a paper? Can’t remember how to cite that novel you quoted on the second page? No worries! Very simple!
Writers, even the historical ones, have feelings. I know that that is a shocking thing to realize, but it’s true. When you learn to connect with what feelings any given writer is trying to express, it makes it easy to understand passages that otherwise seemed to be too wordy or complex.
When it comes to reading, it is easier to understand what the piece is about when you deconstruct it. For books, textbooks, or short stories, I recommend breaking them up by paragraph. First read one paragraph and break down the sentences by what you think they mean. This will give you a better understanding of…