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GED Studies > GED Language Arts, Reading

 

This course of study is built around Contemporary's GED Language Arts, Reading; authored by John M. Reier, and published by McGraw-Hill Higher Education. Having this textbook at hand can be very helpful, but it is not required for a rewarding learning experience.

Having this textbook at hand can be very helpful, but it is not required for a rewarding learning experience.

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Preparing for GED Language Arts, Reading

Practice Test

Take this Sample GED Language Arts, Reading Test before and after completing the lessons listed below. Then compare the results.

Scoring Chart

You can use the Scoring Chart to get a rough idea of how well you would score on the actual GED social studies test.

Study Aids

Reading Handbook
Glossary

 


Lessons

Unless your teacher or GED mentor instructs otherwise, you should complete these assignments according to the instructions and in the order shown on this page.

1 Comprehension
2 Application
3 Analysis
4 Synthesis
5 Nonfiction Prose
6 Prose Fiction
7 Poetry
8 Drama

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: May 18, 2013