11th Grade Curriculum Set
Courses include: Biblical Archaeology; Intro to Economics; British Literature; British History; and ACT College Prep.
Set includes the following items:
ducational scope: This curriculum package features world history and literature curriculum that can be taught together. Students will further their knowledge of language arts by studying expository writing. Students will study apologetics so that they have a better understanding of how to refute arguments against the Bible. Students will also learn the subjects of astronomy and economics from a Christian perspective.
Additional important concepts: These courses continue to build the faith of students as they prepare for college and the workforce. The comparative studies of world history and literature teach them to view the world through the foundation of scriptural authority, while apologetics and religious freedom demonstrate clearly the influence a Christian can have in our culture.
What makes it unique: World history and world literature are taught side-by-side, enhancing the understanding of each era more deeply. Civics and economics build from both a historical and biblical perspective to prepare students for living godly lives in the culture, while apologetics helps teach them how to share their faith
Suggested weekly schedule: 3 to 4 hours per day, 5 days per week.
Apologetics in Action
Students will learn important details that can strengthen their confidence in the Bible's inerrant nature. Discover how the Bible proves itself, and the insight you need to strengthen your faith and defend God's Word.
Intro to Economics
Explores God's principles, His teachings, and His directions for living a life of liberty, prosperity, and generosity. Study a biblical case for free-market enterprise, and discover God's perspective for the economic decisions of an individual, a family, and even a nation.
A presentation of whole-book or whole-work selections from the major genres of classic world literature (prose, poetry, and drama), the course has 34 weeks of study, with an overview of narrative background material on the writers, their historical settings, and worldview.
Students will develop a Christian worldview while forming his or her own understanding of world history trends, philosophies, and events. Examinations of historical theories, terms, and concepts.
Survey of Astronomy
The skies above us are fascinating, but it can be hard to find a high school-level astronomy course that can be used by homeschoolers and also is founded in a strong biblical worldview. Survey of Astronomy meets all of these needs and is also fun and easy-to-use. From the barren moon to the farthest galaxies we can see, your student will learn about the facts and wonders of this marvel of creation. This course teams solid science with a biblical perspective to answer important questions about the stars, planets, and the place of Earth in this vast expanse!
Ensure your high school student is well prepared for writing in college or the real world with this well-respected, popular expository writing course. This curriculum systematically and effectively teaches students writing structure and organization, ranging from paragraphs to business letters to research papers. College-bound students will especially benefit from this course, though it is useful for all students with its emphasis on clarity.