Contemporary's GED Language Arts, Writing
Web LinksUse the following links as resources in your writing classes. Links are listed here in alphabetical order. The Web Links sections in the Student Center are organized according to content.
If you would like to contribute additional sites to this list or to the Web Links sections in the Student Center, please send the name of the link, the URL, and a brief description of the site to email@example.com.
On this site you can join an online grammar class, in which a grammar lesson is e-mailed to you every five days with a quiz on the sixth day. Lessons and quizzes are also archived and could be used as handouts.
This site contains free grammar worksheets.
|English Lessons and Tests|
While this site is primarily an ESL site, it contains practice quizzes that are useful for GED students and a Teacher’s Resource section.
|The GED Essay|
This site explores the Internet as a means of improving writing performance on the essay portion of the GED Language Arts, Writing Test. A practice essay topic and useful links are included.
This site contains an index of grammar terms and rules, interactive exercises, and handouts for students and instructors.
This site provides a 30-question online grammar test with answers.
|Guide to Grammar and Writing|
This site contains a wealth of lessons, practice quizzes, and instructional PowerPoint presentations related to grammar and writing.
|Language Arts Lesson Plans|
This site contains nearly 100 Language Arts activities for grades 5–12.
This quick reference guide reviews proper use of a variety of punctuation marks.
|Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab|
This site contains a wealth of information related to grammar and writing, including handouts for students and instructors.
|Web English Teacher|
This site contains K-12 English/language arts teaching resources, including lesson plans, WebQuests, videos, biography, e-texts, criticism, jokes, puzzles, and classroom activities.
This is an online version of the old Mad Libs party game.