Non-Negotiable Skills Level 2

Non-Negotiable Skills<sup></sup> Level 2



  • Non-Negotiable Skills™ Level 2, 5th Ed. Teacher's Guide

Cambridge Educational Services has created a brand-new skill-building series, structured according to a set of NASSP-recommended non-negotiable skills. Built on ACT®’s College Readiness StandardsTM, and mapped to the Common Core, Cambridge’s popular Non-Negotiable SkillsTM series is what your school needs to save your students’ futures.

While Level 1 corresponds to the 13-15 ACT® score range, Level 2 corresponds to the 16-19 ACT® score range. Level 2 includes:

  • Four major skill areas (English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science) that each culminate in two Mastery Quizzes.
  • Units that include a LessonIn-Class Practice, and Exercises.
  • review of Level 1 concepts to plug student skill gaps.
  • All student pages with correct answers highlighted
  • Teaching tips for use in classroom lessons

Note: A minimum of twenty student textbooks is required on a first order with Cambridge and with every new edition thereafter. Teacher Guides must also be ordered for each instructor. There is no minimum requirement after the first order. For orders that do not align with these requirements, Cambridge must charge a fee for refunds given to credit cards for the order placed. 

For more information, contact one of our School Relations Representatives at (800) 444-4373.
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