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AP Psychology (Time TBA)

$1,197

with SocSci Instructor (M.A. or PhD)

Calendar Aug 22, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 30 weeks

AP Psychology is an introductory college-level psychology course. Students cultivate their understanding of the systematic and scientific study of human behavior and mental processes through inquiry-based investigations as they explore concepts like the biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, learning and cognition, motivation, developmental psychology, testing and individual differences, treatment of abnormal behavior, and social psychology.

AP Psychology Course Content

The course content is organized into commonly taught units of study that provide a suggested sequence for the course. These units comprise the content and conceptual understandings that colleges and universities typically expect students to master to qualify for college credit and/or placement.

■ Scientific Foundations of Psychology; ■ Biological Bases of Behavior

■ Sensation and Perception; ■ Learning; ■ Cognitive Psychology

■ Developmental Psychology; ■ Motivation, Emotion, and Personality

■ Clinical Psychology ■ Social Psychology

AP Psychology Skills

The AP Psychology skills describe what students should be able to do while exploring course concepts. The list that follows presents these skills, which students should develop during the AP Psychology course.

■ Concept Understanding: ♦ Define, explain, and apply concepts, behavior, theories, and perspectives.

■ Data Analysis: ♦ Analyze and interpret quantitative data.

■ Scientific Investigation: ♦ Analyze psychological research studies

Skills for Lit Analysis Honors Mon@1:00 PM EST

$997

with SocSci Instructor (M.A. or PhD)

Calendar Aug 22, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 30 weeks

diverse writings, from Shakespeare to Jack London, Lewis Carroll to Longfellow, and Sir Walter Scott to C.S. Lewis. Students are taught to analyze key elements of literature such as allegory, narrative, satire, plot, setting, and more. While Dr. Stobaugh scrutinizes all literature from a Christian worldview, his instruction also helps students develop their skills in public speaking, writing, and discernment to empower them to be more effective Christian apologists. In the steps of Augustine, Milton, and Lewis, students are invited to analyze the classics with a keen, discerning eye, and to identify positive and negative components of literary worldviews emergent among the classics. This course includes basic grammar and writing composition, and mastering this time-honored skill will set your students apart with distinguished written and oral abilities.  Suggested companion: Studies in World History, Vols. 1-3.

Skills for Language Arts Honors Mon@2:00 PM EST

$997

with SocSci Instructor (M.A. or PhD)

Calendar Aug 22, 2022 at 2 pm, runs for 30 weeks

This dialectic level language arts course is the beginning point for most students (6th-9th grade). It will teach students how to read well. Good readers read with a pen. One does not read unless one is marking up the text. Competent readers ask pertinent questions and predict as they read. For instance, when they read The Yearling, they will predict the ending. This skill will increase comprehension. Furthermore, good reader’s look for the author’s purpose, the intended audience, the development and support of the main idea, and the structure/coherence of the work. Finally, good readers read a lot. Good writers are always good readers. This course will teach students how to write well. Great writers are always great readers. Writing is very difficult to do well. It takes planning, courage, and energy. Young writers are occasionally inspired when they write, and inspiration does make writing more pleasant, but it does not make it any easier to do. No, inspired writing takes a lot of time and must be practiced frequently. This course asks students to write often about literature. Whole book literary sources include: Life with Father, The Song of Hiawatha, Great Expectations and The Yearling. This course includes basic grammar and writing composition, and mastering this time-honored skill will set your students apart with distinguished written and oral abilities. Suggested companion: Studies in World History, Vols. 1-3.

Skills for Rhetoric Honors Mon@3:00 PM EST

$997

with SocSci Instructor (M.A. or PhD)

Calendar Aug 22, 2022 at 3 pm, runs for 30 weeks

This is a dialectic and logic level course that helps high school students develop the skills necessary to communicate more powerfully through writing and to articulate their thoughts clearly. Students will:

1) Develop creative writing skills including descriptive writing, poetry, and short stories.

2) Cultivate the use of expository writing including research papers, analytical essays, problem-solution writing, and firsthand accounts.

3) Learn the art of public speaking, including persuasive speeches, informative speeches, debates, and more.

Rhetoric is the ancient skill of persuasive speech used by teachers, preachers, politicians, and others to influence, incite, and instruct. This course includes basic grammar and writing/composition, and mastering this time-honored skill will set your students apart with distinguished written and oral abilities. This 34-week, critical-thinking course will take the student through the writing of numerous academic essays, several public speaking presentations, and an extensive research paper. Dr. Stobaugh weaves biblical concepts, readings, and applications throughout the curriculum to help equip students to stand firm in their faith and become the light of Christ in a deteriorating culture.  

This rhetoric level (content rich) course helps your students enjoy beloved classics while developing vocabulary, reading, and critical thinking skills!

AP Capstone Seminar Mon@4:00 PM EST

$1,497

with Mark Kover, M.S.

Calendar Aug 22, 2022 at 4 pm, runs for 30 weeks

AP Capstone is an innovative diploma program from College Board that equips students with the independent research, collaborative teamwork, and communication skills that are increasingly valued by colleges. AP Capstone is built on the foundation of two AP courses—AP Seminar and AP Research—and is designed to complement and enhance the in-depth, discipline-specific study experienced in other AP courses.

In AP Seminar, students investigate real-world issues from multiple perspectives, gathering and analyzing information from various sources in order to develop credible and valid evidence-based arguments.

AP Seminar is a prerequisite for AP Research. Completing AP Seminar and all its required assessment components is necessary for students to develop the skills to be successful in AP Research. In AP Research, students cultivate the skills and discipline necessary to conduct independent research and inquiry in order to produce and defend their scholarly work. 

The AP Capstone program aims to empower students by:

1) engaging them with rigorous college-level curricula focused on the skills necessary for successful college completion;

2) extending their abilities to synthesize information from multiple perspectives and apply skills in new situations and cross-curricular contexts;

3) enabling them to collect and analyze information with accuracy and precision;

4) cultivating their abilities to craft, communicate, and defend evidence-based arguments; and

5) providing opportunities for them to practice discipline.

In 2022-2023 students will choose from two tracks: 

  1. Mark A. Kover, M.S. (STEM Topics)
  2. SocSci Instructor, M.A./PhD (Social Science topics)

Honors World Literature Tue@8:30 AM EST

$997

with SocSci Instructor (M.A. or PhD)

Calendar Aug 23, 2022 at 8:30 am, runs for 30 weeks

This rhetoric level (content rich) course puts some of the world’s literary treasures into historical, religious, and cultural context as students explore literature from ancient times to the modern period. Students will encounter translated works from across the globe, including Chinese, Russian, Indian, French, German, Persian, and Arabic literature, and discover fascinating literary movements like romanticism and realism. All my books offer a strong biblical worldview to teach students about literary masterpieces from around the world. Through their studies of world literature in this comprehensive curriculum, students will amply develop their critical thinking abilities, communication skills, and knowledge of literary classics. This course also stresses biblical application and equips students to think critically about philosophy and trends in culture. Through studying and writing about literature, students will greatly enhance their own personal communication skills. Suggested companion is World History or, for the more ambitious student, AP World History.

AP US Govt & Politics Tue@10:00 AM EST

$1,197

with SocSci Instructor (M.A. or PhD)

Calendar Aug 23, 2022 at 10 am, runs for 30 weeks

AP United States Government and Politics introduces students to key political ideas, institutions, policies, interactions, roles, and behaviors that characterize the political culture of the United States. The course examines politically significant concepts and themes, through which students learn to apply disciplinary reasoning assess causes and consequences of political events, and interpret data to develop evidence-based arguments. All AP courses are College Board audited (approved) and count from 6-12 hours college credit.

American Literature Tue@11:30 AM EST

$1,197

with SocSci Instructor (M.A. or PhD)

Calendar Aug 23, 2022 at 11:30 am, runs for 30 weeks

This rhetoric level (content rich) course helps your students enjoy beloved classics while developing vocabulary, reading, and critical thinking skills!

1) Each literature book in the series (American, British, & World) is a one-year course. Each chapter has five lessons with daily concept-building exercises, warm-up questions, and guided readings

2) Easy-to-use with suggested reading schedules and daily calendar

3) Equips students to think critically about philosophy and trends in culture, and articulate their views through writing

4) A well-crafted presentation of whole-book or whole-work selections from the major genres of classic literature (prose, poetry, and drama), each course has 34 chapters representing 34 weeks of study, with an overview of narrative background material on the writers, their historical settings, and worldview.

The rich content is infused with critical thinking skills, and an easy-to-use teacher’s guide outlines student objectives with each chapter, providing the answers to the assignments and weekly exercises. The final lesson of the week includes both the exam, covering insights on the week’s chapter, as well as essays developed through the course of that week’s study, chosen by the educator and student to personalize the coursework for the individual learner. Suggested companion is American History or, for the more ambitious student, AP US History or AP US Government and Politics.





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