ACT® WorkKeys – Workplace Documents – Leveled

0.5 Unit
Grades: 11, 12

ACT WorkKeys Workplace Documents is a single-semester course that focuses on the skills you’ll use to read and write documents while at work. These documents, which range from basic to complex, include emails, letters, directions, signs, bulletins, policies, websites, contracts, and regulations. This course is divided into five units that teach skills that increase in both difficulty and complexity to mirror the Workplace Documents assessment.
In units 1 and 2, you will identify the main idea and specific details of straightforward, basic documents. You will need to comprehend instructions and procedures so you can apply the information to situations similar to those found in the documents. In unit 3, you’ll focus on developing the skills needed to use context clues to understand unfamiliar words, including jargon and technical terms. The documents in this unit will be longer and will include extraneous information. In unit 4, you’ll infer implied details from more complex documents and identify the rationale behind a document. Finally, in unit 5, you’ll use the skills you’ve learned throughout the course to read very complex documents that include complicated information and difficult vocabulary. Each lesson carefully explains concepts in an easy-to-understand manner. Activities and tests will help you practice what you’ve learned.


  • State Certified


Instructor Embedded Cost: $275

Content Only Cost: See Course Details

The following information applies only to instructor embedded courses.

Oklahoma Subject Code: N/A

Course Provider Contact: Sarika Simpson | Academy Director | | 866-890-8153

How To Purchase This Course

Districts wishing to purchase this course should contact the course provider directly (see contact information above) and reference the contract in the "attachments" portion of the page linked here. If you are purchasing an Instructor Embedded course, please note that online instructors need not be certified in the state of Oklahoma. They must be certified to teach the content in at least one state or teach the subject at a college or university. To enroll a student in the course, you will need to obtain from the course provider (a) the instructor’s name; (b) the state through which the instructor is certified, and (c) the instructor’s certification number. If the instructor is employed to teach the subject at a college or university, you will need to obtain that institution’s iPEDS number. This information will be recorded in the SIS when you enroll a student in the course. When enrolling a student in a Content Only course, you must indicate in the SIS the name of the person monitoring the course.