Class Times and Days: Math - Monday and Wednesday / Language Arts Tuesday and Thursday 6:00 pm / 9:30 pm
Class Location: Brentwood Campus.
Placement TABE test scores: English 442 - Math 449
Class Format: In person
Class second location: Suny Farmingdale Hooper Hall - Morning class 9:30 am - 1:00 pm -M- T,TH / E -M,W
Class Ending Date: May 16, 2024
Program Title: Basic Adult Education in Math and English
The Basic Adult Education in Math and English program is designed to provide foundational skills in mathematics and English for adult learners. Geared toward individuals who may have limited prior education or wish to refresh and strengthen their basic academic skills, this program addresses fundamental concepts in both subjects to empower participants for everyday life, work, and continued education.
Program Duration: The duration of the program is flexible, accommodating the varied needs and schedules of adult learners, class duration is one semester 14 to 15 weeks.
Review and practice of fundamental concepts such as counting, place value, and understanding numerical relationships.
Mastery of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, including real-life problem-solving applications.
Fractions and Decimals:
Understanding and working with fractions and decimals in everyday contexts.
Practical applications of measurement, including length, weight, volume, and time.
Introduction to basic geometric shapes, concepts, and spatial relationships.
Interpretation of simple data sets, charts, and graphs.
Essential grammar rules, parts of speech, and sentence structure.
Strategies for improving reading comprehension, understanding main ideas, and making basic inferences.
Instruction on basic writing mechanics, including sentence construction and paragraph development.
Techniques for expanding and reinforcing basic vocabulary.
Application of language skills in practical, everyday contexts.
Basic oral communication skills for effective everyday interactions.
Assessment and Progress Tracking: Regular assessments to monitor participants’ understanding of content, identify progress, and tailor instruction to individual needs.
Resource Materials: Access to textbooks, workbooks, online resources, and other materials tailored to basic adult education in math and English.
Certification: Upon completion, participants may receive a certificate of completion for the Basic Adult Education in Math and English program.
Target Audience: Adult learners seeking to strengthen their basic math and English skills for personal development, workplace readiness, or preparation for further education.
Delivery Formats: The program can be delivered through in-person classes, online courses, or a blended learning approach to cater to diverse learning preferences and schedules.
The Basic Adult Education in Math and English program aims to empower adult learners with essential skills, fostering confidence and providing a foundation for continued personal and professional growth.