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ABE (Adult Basic Education) Indian Township

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with Lydia Soctomah

at 10:30 am, runs for 12 weeks

ABE (Adult Basic Education)

Designed for adults who wish to improve basic reading, writing, or math skills.  We offer open Learning Labs where instructors work with students individually or in small groups. High school credits may be awarded upon request.

Basic English Labs

Reading for Comprehension: Develop reading skills from basic understanding to advanced interpretation of information, prose, fiction, drama, and poetry sufficient to succeed with grades 9-12 standards and high school equivalency tests.

The Writing Process: The composing process begins with the writer’s experience, some thinking, and a first draft, which then leads to revision, correction, and a final copy. Students will learn the modes of discourse: narration, description, explanation, and persuasion necessary to create good writing.

Speaking With Confidence: Investigate and put into practice the various styles and methods of public speaking. Learn skills needed for good speech communication: conception, organization, techniques of generating interest, the use of audio-visual aids, audience inclusion and involvement, and overcoming performance apprehension.

Math

Develop skills that can lead to completing high school credentials. Individualized instruction focuses on Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Geometry. Build foundational math skills to find success in the workplace, refresh skills after a long time away from school, and get started earning high school graduation credentials.

Pre-Algebra: Review of basic math skills and an introduction to more advanced concepts needed for algebra.

Algebra: Find success with basic Algebraic concepts, solving equations, polynomials, and rational expressions typically offered in a high school Algebra I course.

Geometry: Explore two- and three-dimensional shapes and their properties, properties of lengths, areas, volumes, and rules of quadrilaterals, circles, triangles, prisms, cones, pyramids, and regular polygons.

For more information or to enroll in Adult Basic Education courses, contact the AETC Education Coordinator, 207-255-4917

Email: classes@connectwithaxiom.com

ABE English Language Arts (Machias)

Free

with Susan Knight

at 12 pm, runs for 12 weeks

ABE (Adult Basic Education) English Language Arts

Designed for adults who wish to improve basic English skills. We offer an open Learning Lab where instructors work with students individually or in small groups.

High school credits may be awarded upon request.

Reading for Comprehension

Develop reading skills from basic understanding to advanced  interpretation of information, prose, fiction, drama, and poetry sufficient to succeed with grades 9-12 standards and high school equivalency tests.

 

The Writing Process

The composing process, begins with the writer’s experience, some thinking, and a first draft, which then leads to revision, correction, and a final copy. Students will learn the modes of discourse: narration, description, explanation, and persuasion necessary to create good writing.

 

Speaking With Confidence

Investigate and put into practice the various styles and methods of public speaking. Learn skills needed for good speech communication: conception, organization, techniques of generating interest, the use of audio-visual aids, audience inclusion and involvement, and overcoming performance apprehension.

 

ABE Lab & HiSET Social Studies (Jonesport)

Free

with Tracy Henderson

at 12 pm, runs for 12 weeks

ABE (Adult Basic Education)

Courses are designed for adults who wish to improve basic reading, writing, or math skills.  We offer open Learning Labs where instructors work with students individually or in small groups.

High school credits may be awarded upon request.

 

HiSET®Social Studies

Analyze and evaluate social studies information such as history, political science, psychology, sociology, anthropology, geography, and economics through the use of primary documents, posters, cartoons, timelines, maps, graphs, tables, charts, and written passages. Learn how to pick fact from opinion, recognize the limitations of procedures and methods, determine the reliability of sources, how valid conclusions are, and evaluate the adequacy of information for drawing conclusions.

 

ABE Lab & HiSET Social Studies (Machias)

Free

with Tracy Henderson

at 8 am, runs for 12 weeks

ABE (Adult Basic Education)

Courses are designed for adults who wish to improve basic reading, writing, or math skills.  We offer open Learning Labs where instructors work with students individually or in small groups.

High school credits may be awarded upon request.

 

HiSET®Social Studies

Analyze and evaluate social studies information such as history, political science, psychology, sociology, anthropology, geography, and economics through the use of primary documents, posters, cartoons, timelines, maps, graphs, tables, charts, and written passages. Learn how to pick fact from opinion, recognize the limitations of procedures and methods, determine the reliability of sources, how valid conclusions are, and evaluate the adequacy of information for drawing conclusions.

 

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ABE Math (Machias- Monday)

Free

with Susan Knight

at 8 am, runs for 12 weeks

Develop skills that can lead to completing high school credentials. Individualized instruction focuses on Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Geometry. Build foundational math skills to find success in the workplace, refresh skills after a long time away from school, and get started earning high school graduation credentials.

Pre-Algebra

Review of basic math skills and an introduction to more advanced concepts needed for algebra.

Algebra

Find success with basic Algebraic concepts, solving equations, polynomials, and rational expressions typically offered in a high school Algebra I course.

Geometry

Explore two- and three-dimensional shapes and their properties, properties of lengths, areas, volumes, and rules of quadrilaterals, circles, triangles, prisms, cones, pyramids, and regular polygons.

For more information or to enroll in Adult    Basic Education courses, contact the

AETC Education Coordinator, 207-255-4917

Email: classes@connectwithaxiom.com,

 

 

ABE Math (Machias- Wed)

Free

with Susan Knight

at 12 pm, runs for 12 weeks

Develop skills that can lead to completing high school credentials. Individualized instruction focuses on Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Geometry. Build foundational math skills to find success in the workplace, refresh skills after a long time away from school, and get started earning high school graduation credentials.

Pre-Algebra

Review of basic math skills and an introduction to more advanced concepts needed for algebra.

Algebra

Find success with basic Algebraic concepts, solving equations, polynomials, and rational expressions typically offered in a high school Algebra I course.

Geometry

Explore two- and three-dimensional shapes and their properties, properties of lengths, areas, volumes, and rules of quadrilaterals, circles, triangles, prisms, cones, pyramids, and regular polygons.

For more information or to enroll in Adult    Basic Education courses, contact the

AETC Education Coordinator, 207-255-4917

Email: classes@connectwithaxiom.com

ABE Mixed (Machias- Thurs.)

Free

with Susan Knight

at 8 am, runs for 12 weeks

ABE (Adult Basic Education)

Designed for adults who wish to improve basic reading, writing, or math skills.  We offer open Learning Labs where instructors work with students individually or in small groups.

High school credits may be awarded upon request.

Basic English Labs

Reading for Comprehension

Develop reading skills from basic understanding to advanced  interpretation of information, prose, fiction, drama, and poetry sufficient to succeed with grades 9-12 standards and high school equivalency tests.

 

The Writing Process

The composing process, begins with the writer’s experience, some thinking, and a first draft, which then leads to revision, correction, and a final copy. Students will learn the modes of discourse: narration, description, explanation, and persuasion necessary to create good writing.

Speaking With Confidence

Investigate and put into practice the various styles and methods of public speaking. Learn skills needed for good speech communication: conception, organization, techniques of generating interest, the use of audio-visual aids, audience inclusion and involvement, and overcoming performance apprehension.

Math

Develop skills that can lead to completing high school credentials. Individualized instruction focuses on Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Geometry. Build foundational math skills to find success in the workplace, refresh skills after a long time away from school, and get started earning high school graduation credentials.

Pre-Algebra

Review of basic math skills and an introduction to more advanced concepts needed for algebra.

Algebra

Find success with basic Algebraic concepts, solving equations, polynomials, and rational expressions typically offered in a high school Algebra I course.

Geometry

Explore two- and three-dimensional shapes and their properties, properties of lengths, areas, volumes, and rules of quadrilaterals, circles, triangles, prisms, cones, pyramids, and regular polygons.

 

For more information or to enroll in Adult Basic Education courses, contact the AETC Education Coordinator, 207-255-4917

Email: classes@connectwithaxiom.com

 

Advanced Watercolor with Ellie Carbone (August)

$65

with Ellie Carbone

Aug 22, 2017 at 5:30 pm, runs for 3 weeks

Learn how to paint with watercolor using techniques and a basic knowledge of art materials.

Materials not included in course fee; students should bring their own materials and supplies to class (brushes, watercolor, paper, water container, and papertowels). A more detailed list coming soon.

Instructor Bio: While developing her watercolor techniques over the past 27 years, Ellie Carbone has studied with famous masters of watercolor such as John Pike, Ron Ransom, Judie Wagner, Tony VanHasselt, and Tony Couch and has participated in many art shows. Her work has been exhibited mostly in central New York, where she has participated in exhibitions at the Skaneateles Art Festival, the Everson Museum, and the Parish Art Festival.  

"Watercolor painting and art in general offers me many rewards and I paint as often as possible. Watercolor's exciting qualities - its freshness, immediacy, and spontaneity - are what also makes it the most challenging painting medium."





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