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SAT Prep for Reading, Writing, and Vocabulary

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Location:Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus, Savannah, GA

 

This six-week series helps get students ready for the Reading, Writing and Vocabulary portion of the SAT! Learn proven strategies for active reading and writing while improving vocabulary skills—everything from roots and prefixes to contextualizing words. Students will become more confident at recognizing main ideas, drawing conclusions, and even making inferences. They’ll also practice timed writing sessions to prep them for this portion of the test.

In addition to these skills, students will leave with a heightened sense of confidence and the tools to help them get the results they want.

The Official SAT Study Guide, 2018 Edition by The College Board is required for this series. The guide is available at any major book retailer such as Barnes & Noble and online from Amazon.

When’s the SAT?

Saturday, November 2, 2019 throughout Savannah.

Please note: The SAT will not be administered at the Armstrong Campus.


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Edna Fox

Edna Fox has been an educator for 40 years. During that time she has served as the language arts chairperson at Windsor Forest High School and at Saint Vincent’s Academy. She has taught English literature and language to all levels of students in each of the middle and high school levels.

In addition English literature and language, Fox has taught Advanced Placement English Literature for 20 years and thus is very familiar with improving test-taking skills for the College Board. During that time, she was recognized as Star Teacher and Teacher of the Year numerous times. Fox has also taught various English courses at Armstrong State University.

For more information on this course, please contact Kye Daniels at adaniels@georgiasouthern.edu or call 912.478.2560.

Last updated: 10/2/2019