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Kent State Univ., OH. Ohio Literacy Resource Center. – 1998
This guide provides ideas for using the book, "Anthony Burns," by Virginia Hamilton, in adult General Educational Development classes. The book tells the story of a slave who escaped to freedom, but because of the Fugitive Slave Act was returned to slavery until a benefactor bought his freedom. The paper first discusses general ideas for…
Descriptors: Adult Literacy, Adult Students, Black History, Childrens Literature
Sapin, Connie; Bloem, Pat; Padak, Nancy – 1997
This supplement to an annotated bibliography describes nearly 100 books that are appropriate for use with adult learners. Some of the titles in this supplement are books best used for independent reading, but most have strong instructional ties. The supplement contains many books that can be useful in General Educational Development (GED)…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Annotated Bibliographies, Childrens Literature, High School Equivalency Programs
Royce and Royce, Lancaster, PA. – 1990
This guide contains an annotated bibliography of 107 resources for: (1) Basic 0-4; (2) Adult Basic Education; (3) English as a Second Language; (4) pre-General Educational Development Test; (5) General Educational Development Test; and (6) workplace programs published since 1986. It also contains a listing of job-specific workplace curriculum and…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Adult Literacy, Adult Students, Citations (References)
Goodman, Deborah – 1979
These instructional materials provide reading materials, recipes, and exercises to help students prepare for the practical reading section of the General Educational Development (GED) Tests. The passages can also help students learn and practice some important life skills in the areas of nutrition and food safety. Basic skill improvement is in…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Anemia, Basic Skills, Computation