Pre-GED Essay Writing - In this instructor led class, learners will review how to write an essay and work on increasing their reading comprehension. The topics covered will include: sentences, paragraphs, subject- verb agreement, and verb tenses.
Pre-registration is encouraged to ensure seat and materials availability. Basic English skills are needed. Contact the library for assistance and more information.
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This session will include an overview of the requirements for Naturalization and information about how to file an application for Naturalization. It will also include a “mock” interview which gives the students an idea of what an actual Naturalization interview looks like. In addition, a short video entitled, “A Promise of Freedom” will be shown and a Q & A session will be held.
Thursday, September 04, 10:30 - 12:30 pm
This session is an overview of the roles and responsibilities of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. It includes information about the different ways that people come to the United States (non-immigrant vs. immigrant) and how people can obtain immigration benefits. Information about how people can avoid immigration scams will be given and a Q & A session will be held.
Thursday, September 04, 2:30 - 4:30 pm
The 2014 GED is completely computer oriented. Do you have the computer skills you need? Our FREE hands-on personal computer classes will cover mousing, menus, maximizing, minimizing, and more. Computers and materials will be provided. Call Coastal branch staff at 352-795-3716 to reserve your spot.