This course is designed to help the student learn and
review the basics of adding, subtracting, multiplying and
includes a review of addition, subtraction, multiplication,
and division of fractions and mixed numbers.
The course also includes terminology, cancellation,
and introduction to decimals and percents.
Solving word problems using key terms is also an
integral part of the class.
emphasizes basic formulas used in Geometry.
Students will apply their knowledge of angles,
proportions, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area,
circumference, and volume to everyday situations.
Math 4 (College Prep):
is designed to help the student learn and master
course will utilize algebraic concepts as the basic
operations are reviewed and simple equations worked.
The goal is to finish the course with each student
having the ability to solve an equation and substitute
values for any of the variables that are within the
course will prepare the student with the math and algebra
skills to move on to more advanced math courses that are
required in the programs of Lewis-Clark State College.
Math 5 (College Prep):
This course is
designed for the student to understand Elementary Algebra
skills. It will
include working with Real Numbers, Order of Operations,
Variables and Algebraic Expressions, Problem Solving,
Integers, Rational Numbers and Percentís, Formulas and Units
of Measurements, Irrational Numbers and Roots, Linear
Equations, Exponents and Polynomials.
Language Arts 1:
is designed to help students understand the basics of
course covers usage, sentence formation, paragraph
development, capitalization, punctuation, and writing
Language Arts 2:
is designed to help students write an essay, along with
building on the skills taught in Language Arts 1.
This class covers what is an essay, how to get
started, sentence structure, writing paragraphs, writing an
essay, and revising your writing.
English (College Prep):
is designed to prepare students for success in Business
English, English 101, Applied Written Communication, and
other required courses.
Test scores and/or recommendation of an instructor or
advisor will determine course placement.
Students desiring additional assistance with basic
English skills are also encouraged to enroll.
The primary focus will be on sentence parts and
The goal is to provide basic skills to solve the
sentence-level problems most frequently encountered in basic
This is an
on-going class primarily for individuals from other
countries who have a basic or better knowledge of English
writing and speaking skills.
Many students are improving their skills to prepare
for the GED exam or the COMPASS to enter college.
Emphasis is on pronunciation, grammar, oral reading,
conversation, and writing.
Much of the work is based on world current affairs of
interest to the students.
Reading (College Prep):
This course is
designed to help students improve their basic reading skills
and vocabulary needed for college success.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
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