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Student Success - Module 2
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Student Success - Module 2

Free

with Linda Davis, Lawrence Adult Education

Calendar Oct 10, 2019 at 9 am, runs for 5 weeks

THIS ACADEMIC CLASS REQUIRES IN PERSON REGISTRATION. PLEASE CALL 453-4200, EXT. 3114 TO SCHEDULE YOUR INTAKE AND REGISTRATION APPOINTMENT.

This course, designed with University of Maine at Augusta and Kennebec Valley Community College, will assist students to develop the skills necessary to be successful in college. The class will cover topics such as college applications, FAFSA and financial aid, study skills, time management, and more in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere. The class will be offered in three modules. Students may take one or all three modules. If all three modules are completed successfully students may be eligible for college credits and /or scholarship opportunities. (3 UMA credits/1 KVCC credit)

Module 2:  Preparing Applications and Financial Aid Forms:

• Selecting a College

• Financial Aid Information

• College Applications

• Choosing Classes

• College Tours

Student Success - Module 3
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Student Success - Module 3

Free

with Linda Davis, Lawrence Adult Education

Calendar Nov 14, 2019 at 9 am, runs for 5 weeks

THIS ACADEMIC CLASS REQUIRES IN PERSON REGISTRATION. PLEASE CALL 453-4200, EXT. 3114 TO SCHEDULE YOUR INTAKE AND REGISTRATION APPOINTMENT.

This course, designed with University of Maine at Augusta and Kennebec Valley Community College, will assist students to develop the skills necessary to be successful in college. The class will cover topics such as college applications, FAFSA and financial aid, study skills, time management, and more in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere. The class will be offered in three modules. Students may take one or all three modules. If all three modules are completed successfully students may be eligible for college credits and /or scholarship opportunities. (3 UMA credits/1 KVCC credit)

Module 3:  Preparing for Success - How to Study

• Selecting Textbook

• Note Taking Hints

• Presentation Guidelines

• Acceptable Citations

• Exam Techniques

U.S. History & Civics I: 1492-1880 F19
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U.S. History & Civics I: 1492-1880 F19

$49

with Isaac Thomas, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education

Calendar Sep 5, 2019 at 3:30 pm

This course is an introduction to the major developments in U.S. History from 1492 to 1880. It is the first half of a year-long course that will continue in the spring for students who either need or want to learn the other half of the history of citizenship and civil rights in the United States. If you are working toward your high school diploma or HiSET, preparing for college, or simply want to join in an informed discussion of the past - this course is for you! We pay special attention to what historians call “social history”: recognizing and recording how common people like ourselves struggled for freedom, equality, and democracy. Also covered will be big ideas from across the arts and sciences that help us to think about the past, present, and future in new ways. No class Nov. 28.

U.S. History & Media Literacy (HSD)
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U.S. History & Media Literacy (HSD)

Free

with Sam Smithwick, Biddeford Adult Education

Calendar Next session starts Sep 4, 2019 at 5 pm, runs for 15 weeks

This course will examine the mass media and it’s effect on American History and culture. We will trace the historical development of the media and journalism from the invention of the printing press to the explosion of the internet.

United States History: 1492-Present
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United States History: 1492-Present

Free

with Isaac Thomas, Lawrence Adult Education

Calendar Sep 3, 2019 at 3:30 pm, runs for 15 weeks

THIS ACADEMIC CLASS REQUIRES IN PERSON REGISTRATION. PLEASE CALL 453-4200, EXT. 3114 TO SCHEDULE YOUR INTAKE AND REGISTRATION APPOINTMENT.

This course is an introduction to the major developments in U.S. History from 1492 to 1880. If you are working toward your high school diploma or HiSET, preparing for college, or simply want to join in an informed discussion of the past - this course is for you! We pay special attention to what historians call "social history": recognizing and recording how common people like ourselves struggled for freedom, equality, and democracy. Also covered will be big ideas from across the arts and sciences that help us to think about the past, present, and future in new ways.

WINTHROP HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
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WINTHROP HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

Free

with Winthrop/Monmouth Adult & Community Education

Calendar Sep 9, 2019

Not comfortable preparing just for a test to complete high school?  We offer a credit diploma including a career class to prepare you after graduation.  Credit toward this diploma may be awarded for previous life and work experiences.

 

Students must be at least 17 years of age. Interested students should inquire with our office AT 207-377-2265 about available options and consultation. 

Based on class size and needs, class time may be adapted or changed. For academic courses, per state funding requirements, we must do an assessment of each student using the CASAS at enrollment and again prior to course completion, with some exceptions.

Writing Skills for College
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Writing Skills for College

$79

with Bill Ames, Bangor Adult & Community Education

Calendar Sep 10, 2019 at 4 pm, runs for 14 weeks

Writing Skills for College will cover conventions of standard English usage with their applications in writing sentences, paragraphs, and simple essays. Coursework will help students prepare for college placement exams. No fee if taken for diploma credit or as part of the College Transitions program. Please call 941-6315 for more information and to register.

Writing Skills for College F19
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Writing Skills for College F19

$35

with Kimberly Waite, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education

Calendar Sep 3, 2019 at 5 pm

Achieve your goal of becoming a better writer and start your college journey today! This course will prepare you for college level writing, the Sentence Skills portion of the Next-Generation ACCUPLACER exam, and the writing portion of Praxis I. Work in this course will include: Building confidence with grammar Writing several well-developed paragraphs Conducting research Using specific revision strategies Responding to writing prompts Writing an argumentative essay The Next-Generation ACCUPLACER college entrance exam will be administered at the end of the course. Please contact our office for details of this exciting college preparatory program. Limit 15 Students.





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