Friday, July 12, 2013

Philosophy Adventure Complete Set

Philosophy Adventure is a program designed to help students 6th-12th grade cultivate and defend a biblical worldview by teaching them how to write skillfully, think critically, and speak articulately as they explore the history of ideas. 


Print Reader: The Reader is a spiral bound, 8.5 x 11", colorful text filled with relevant images, philosopher stories, writing lessons, critical thinking lessons, public speaking lessons, historical geography, primary sources, and a biblical worldview analysis. It also contains detailed writing checklists and delightful creative writing prompts.

Print Student Workbook: The Student Workbook includes philosopher notebook pages, mapping assignments, quizzes, tests, and more.

Digital Teacher's Resources on CD: The Teacher's Resources includes keys to the quizzes, tests, and mapping assignments, timelines, and "at-a-glance" instructions designed to simplify your role as instructor.


Students are introduced to academic content as they develop practical skills using a flexible format that can be a primary curriculum for a quarter or a supplementary curriculum throughout the year. Using this curriculum, your high school student can earn credits in up to 4 subjects!

High School Credits

English Composition: 1-4 hrs per week .25 - .5 credit hrs
World History/Geography: 1-4 hrs per week .25 - .5 credit hrs
Speech/Communications: 1-4 hrs per week .25 - .5 credit hrs
Logic/Critical Thinking .5-2 hrs per week .25 - .5 credit hrs

Note: Requirements vary from state to state.  See download sample for more information on high school credits.


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