2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    May 23, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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GED 8 - Spanish GED

5.00 Credits
This is a structured course to help Spanish-speaking students demonstrate competencies in the basics of algebra, solving operations with rational expressions, evaluating binomials and polynomials, factoring, solving linear equations, and graphing linear equations. This course allows students to learn new problem solving skills in preparation for passing the official Spanish Mathematical Reasoning GED® test. Completion of GED 4 or advisor placement in GED 8 is recommended.

Este es un curso estructurado para ayudar a los estudiantes de habla Hispana a mejorar sus habilidades en los conceptos básicos de álgebra, resolución de operaciones con expresiones racionales, evaluación de binomios y polinomios, factorización, resolución de ecuaciones lineales y representación gráfica de ecuaciones lineales. Este curso permite a los estudiantes aprender habilidades para resolver problemas verbales en preparación para aprobar el examen oficial GED® de Razonamiento Matemático en Español. Se recomienda altamente: Finalizar el curso de GED 4 con anterioridad o se puede registrar en GED 8 por colocación directa del asesor. Prerrequisito: Se requiere asesoramiento academico antes de tomar este curso.

Prerequisite: Department orientation and advising are required before taking this course.
Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs)
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate improvement in one or more of the following areas: basics of algebra, solve operations with rational expressions, evaluate binomials and polynomials, factors, solve linear equations, and graph linear equations.
  2. Read, write, and interpret a wide variety of complex algebraic mathematical information.
  3. Demonstrate group interaction skills.
  4. Recall and apply test-taking strategies in preparation for passing the GED®.
  5. Explore and apply study skill techniques.

Course Typically Offered
Fall, Spring

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