TSI//MyLab Foundational Skills

This course supports the Texas Success Initiative. Used in conjunction with the TSI Diagnostics, TSI//MyLab Foundational Skills® provides a personalized learning pathway for each learner at his or her own level of ability. The overarching goal is to help all students successfully transition to credit-bearing postsecondary coursework, certificate programs, and the workplace.

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  • 1. Main Idea Fundamentals
  • 2. Supporting Details Fundamentals
  • 3. Stated Main Idea I
  • 4. Implied Main Idea I
  • 5. Supporting Details I
  • 6. Stated Main Idea II
  • 7. Implied Main Idea II
  • 8. Supporting Details II
  • 1. Inference I
  • 2. Inference II
  • 1. Vocabulary I
  • 2. Purpose and Tone I
  • 3. Critical Thinking I
  • 4. Patterns of Organization (Combined) I
  • 5. Patterns of Organization: Contrast I
  • 6. Patterns of Organization: Cause and Effect I
  • 7. Patterns of Organization: Generalization and Example I
  • 8. Patterns of Organization: Definition and Example I
  • 9. Vocabulary II
  • 10. Purpose and Tone II
  • 11. Critical Thinking II
  • 12. Patterns of Organization (Combined) II
  • 13. Patterns of Organization: Comparison and Contrast II
  • 14. Patterns of Organization: Cause and Effect II
  • 15. Patterns of Organization: Generalization and Example II
  • 16. Patterns of Organization: Definition and Example II
  • 1. Thesis Statement
  • 2. Essay Organization
  • 3. Revising the Paragraph
  • 4. Revising the Essay
  • 5. Editing the Paragraph
  • 6. Editing the Essay
  • 7. Combining Sentences
  • 1. Subjects and Verbs
  • 2. Verbs
  • 3. Tense
  • 4. Regular and Irregular Verbs
  • 5. Subject-Verb Agreement
  • 6. Consistent Verb Tense and Active Voice
  • 7. Pronoun Case
  • 8. Pronoun Reference and Point of View
  • 9. Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement
  • 1. Commas
  • 2. Other Punctuation
  • 3. Sentence Structure
  • 4. Fragments
  • 5. Run-Ons
  • 6. Parallelism
  • 1. Misplaced or Dangling Modifiers
  • 2. Easily Confused Words
  • 3. Transitions
  • 1. Introduction to Inequalities
  • 2. Introduction to Equations
  • 3. Solving Linear Equations in One Variable
  • 4. More on Solving Linear Equations in One Variable
  • 5. Solving Linear Inequalities
  • 6. Set Operations and Compound Inequalities
  • 7. Graphing Linear Equations
  • 8. Intercepts
  • 9. The Slope of a Line
  • 10. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
  • 11. Equations of Lines
  • 12. Graphing Linear Equations Using Slope
  • 13. Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
  • 14. Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing
  • 15. Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution
  • 16. Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination
  • 17. Systems of Linear Equations by Any Method
  • 18. Systems of Linear Inequalities
  • 1. Introduction to Expressions
  • 2. Simplifying Expressions
  • 3. Review of Expressions
  • 1. Introduction to Polynomials
  • 2. Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
  • 3. The Product Rule and Power Rules for Exponents
  • 4. Multiplying a Monomial and a Polynomial
  • 5. Multiplying Binomials
  • 6. Multiplying Polynomials
  • 7. Special Products
  • 8. Factoring the Greatest Common Factor
  • 9. Factoring Trinomials of the Form x^2+bx+c
  • 10. Factoring Trinomials of the Form ax^2+bx+c
  • 11. Factoring Special Cases
  • 12. Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring
  • 13. Using the Square Root Property to Solve Quadratic Equations
  • 14. Completing the Square to Solve Quadratic Equations
  • 15. Using the Quadratic Formula to Solve Quadratic Equations
  • 16. Introduction to Complex Numbers
  • 17. Using Complex Numbers
  • 18. Solving Quadratic Equations with Complex Solutions
  • 19. Using the Quadratic Formula (with Complex Solutions)
  • 20. Quadratic Functions
  • 21. Graphs of Quadratic Functions
  • 1. Integer Exponents and the Quotient Rule
  • 2. Dividing a Polynomial by a Monomial
  • 3. Dividing a Polynomial by a Polynomial
  • 4. Introduction to Roots and Radicals
  • 5. Product and Quotient Rules for Radicals
  • 6. Adding and Subtracting Radicals
  • 7. Rationalizing the Denominator
  • 8. More Simplifying and Operations with Radicals
  • 9. Solving Equations Containing Radicals
  • 10. Square Root and Cube Root Functions
  • 11. Graphing Square Root and Cube Root Functions
  • 1. The Fundamental Property of Rational Expressions
  • 2. Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
  • 3. Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
  • 4. Simplify Complex Fractions
  • 5. Solving Rational Equations
  • 6. Rational Functions
  • 7. Graphing Rational Functions
  • 8. Variation
  • 1. Lines and Angles
  • 2. Plane Figures
  • 3. Perimeter and Area
  • 4. Circles
  • 5. Working with Perimeter, Circumference, and Area
  • 6. The Pythagorean Theorem
  • 7. Congruent and Similar Figures
  • 8. Congruent and Similar Triangles
  • 1. Reflections
  • 2. Rotations
  • 3. Symmetry
  • 4. Dilations
  • 1. U.S. Customary Units
  • 2. The Metric System: Length
  • 3. The Metric System: Capacity and Mass
  • 4. Metric and U.S. Customary Conversion
  • 5. Surface Area
  • 6. Volume
  • 7. Working With Surface Area and Volume
  • 1. Types of Data
  • 2. Tables and Pictographs
  • 3. Circle Graphs and Scatterplots
  • 4. Bar Graphs and Line Graphs
  • 1. Mean and Weighted Mean
  • 2. Median and Mode
  • 1. Introduction to Probability
  • 2. Empirical Probability
  • 3. Probability of Independent Events and Dependent Events
  • 4. Probability of Mutually Exclusive Events and Overlapping Events
  • 1. Time Management
  • 2. Coping with Stress and Anxiety
  • 3. Concentrating When You Read and Study
  • 4. Getting the Most from Your Reading
  • 5. Rehearsal Strategies
  • 6. Effective Note Taking
  • 7. Studying Smarter: Studying in the Disciplines
  • 8. Preparing for and Taking Exams
  • 1. Eliminating Incorrect Choices
  • 2. Identifying Word Elements
  • 3. Using the Right Tools
  • 4. Looking for Patterns
  • 5. Understanding Graphs and Graphics
  • 6. Using Word Clues
  • 7. Breaking Down Problems
  • 8. Using Mnemonics