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Powerful homeschool transcript
Homeschool parents need to be aware of ways to power-up the homeschool transcript. Their homeschool high schooler’s courses need to be college-attractive while broadening their life experiences and developing their skills and interests.
One of the best ways to create a powerful homeschool transcript is to avoid generic courses where possible. Instead, have your high schooler take courses that will add *sparkle* or *pop* (as college advisors often call those).
For instance, instead of generic World History on the transcript, a powerful homeschool transcript would show something more individualized or geared to an interest area. To power-up the homeschool transcript, History and Philosophy of the Western World is a much better choice.
To help homeschool high school students power-up their transcripts, 7 Sisters has gathered all our power-up texts into one Power-up the Transcript Curriculum Bundle.
AND to help you create a powerful homeschool transcript, we are offering the Power-up the Transcript Bundle for 20% off the individually-priced texts…it’s like getting one book free!
PLUS with the Power-up the Transcript Bundle, you will receive a sample year-by-year schedule of the 26 credits your homeschool high schooler needs for graduation (the short-term goals for your school) – all at 20% savings.
The Power-up the Transcript Bundle contains:
- Human Development from a Christian Worldview (My teens’ homeschool health credit, learning about the ways people grow and change from womb to senior citizen. Not only for a powerful homeschool transcript but ALSO great for any teen who currently lives in a family and needs to understand why family members do what they do and who will someday have a family of their own.)
- Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective (Earn the social science credit that many colleges want in a fun and inspirational format.)
- Financial Literacy from a Christian Perspective (This interactive, practical course is one of the most popular courses in our local homeschool group classes. My kids learned so much more than blah Consumer Math with Sara Hibbard Hayes’ Financial Literacy from a Christian Perspective.)
- History and Philosophy of the Western World- A Christian Worldview Study (Philosophers run the world in a behind-the-scenes manner. In a fun, light-hearted way, this unique world history course explains thinkers and world changers and the cultures in which they lived, including some church history, also.)
- High School Career Exploration Bundle (This comprehensive, Christian worldview curriculum starts with exploring God’s will, covers discovering gifts, talents, interests, and even covers mission statements and resume writing…and MORE.)
- Early Childhood Education (Great life preparation for any homeschool high schooler who wants to be a parent someday. This light-hearted, fun course is a career exploration credit that helps explain how to teach pre-schoolers. It can be used to level-up an average Human Development credit to honors.
PLUS you get a 4-year guide explaining when to cover all 26 courses you need for graduation. A great way to start creating a powerful homeschool transcript.
All these bundled together for $139.92 – a 20% discount off the normal price for the individual texts of $174.90. Download your copy of Power-up the Transcript!
Powerful homeschool transcript
Early Childhood Education
Your high schooler should include
Early Childhood Education training
in his/her homeschool career exploration. Here’s why:
1) Add power to the homeschool transcript by leveling-up Human Development
If included as an add-on to Human Development, the course levels up from average high school to college prep or even higher (according to the activities chosen). This make Human Development an even more powerful “sparkle” credit.
2) Prepare to be an awesome homeschooling parent someday
Early Childhood Education prepares a teen to understand preschoolers along with their developmental and educational needs. This light-hearted, no-busywork text gives an introduction to teaching young children, whether in a group setting or at home with the family.
3) Enrich a good career exploration curriculum
Whether or not a homeschooling high schooler wishes to seriously pursue a career in Early Childhood Education, it adds richness to their exploration process. Teens need to have many types of experiences in homeschool career exploration in order to truly know themselves and be ready to know God’s plans.
4) Early Childhood Education is an important mission field
Very early exposure to the Gospel and Christ’s love is important for children. With more and more preschoolers in Early Childhood Education placements these days, this mission field is becoming more and more vital. There is a great need for missionaries to our youngest children!
5) Early Childhood Education as homeschool career exploration credit is FUN!
It is just good fun to discover and invent delightful activities that inspire and excite preschoolers. Early Childhood Education is a no-busywork, fun, but seriously instructional part of a solid homeschool career exploration credit.
This curriculum for Early Childhood Education training includes:
- An explanation of the developmental process of preschoolers
- A brief history of Early Childhood Education
- A discussion of the various styles of Early Childhood Education
- Instruction on creating exciting educational activities and lesson plans that are appropriate for preschoolers (whether in the home or group settings)
- Resources to explore
- .5 credit career exploration
Your homeschool career exploration credit will sparkle when it includes Early Childhood Education training.
Download yours today!
Early Childhood Education Training
Click here to view an excerpt for Early Childhood Education.
History and Philosophy of the Western World
280 page downloadable e-book text in .pdf format
World History High School Curriculum
Why would a homeschooled high schooler want to study History and Philosophy of the Western World? (formerly titled: World History and Philosophy. Only the title has changed; content has remained unedited.)
Because philosophers run the world (well, often a generation after they pass away). Christian teens need to understand the philosophies that have driven world culture and politics since ancient times. This prepares them to help create new philosophic ideas that can change the world!
History and Philosophy of the Western World:
- is a homeschool World History high school curriculum.
- is a homeschool high school World Philosophy course.
- covers some important movements in church history, so that teens can note the impact of the faith on the world of philosophers.
History and Philosophy of the Western World is a 1 credit etext (downloadable pdf) written in a friendly, conversational style that helps homeschoolers discover the ways that philosophers have impacted their world since before the ancient Greeks – and the ways the world has impacted the philosophers. It adds a fresh history approach to a lively homeschool transcript!
Written by 7 Sister Vicki Tillman and her oldest son, Dr. Micah Tillman (philosophy instructor at Mt. Saint Mary’s University and McDaniel College), History and Philosophy of the Western World has been used as textbook for local homeschool classes for years.
This is a user-friendly, college-prep text. It has 30 short, no-busywork chapters with:
- pictures and maps (so that it is not boring to read)
- vocabulary and new concepts in sidebars to help facilitate learning
- comprehension questions for each chapter that help students test their knowledge and begin to develop philosophic thinking skills
- answer keys
- a final applying-what-you-learned paper with grading rubric
- instructions on how to raise the level of this 1 credit college-preparatory course to advanced or honors levels (to add power to the high school transcript and richness of experience)
This fun and thought-provoking World History high school curriculum may be completed by a homeschooling high schooler with or without parental support. It also works well with homeschool group classes.
Topics covered in History and Philosophy of the Western World that are favorites with various homeschoolers include:
Ancient Greece, Ancient Turkey, and the Natural Philosophers
Ancient Italy and its Philosophers
Early Greek Philosophy
Early Athens and the Sophists
Greece Versus Persia
Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Philosophers
The Middle Ages
St. Thomas Aquinas
Early Church Reformers
The Reformation Across Europe
The Baroque Period and Rene Descartes
The Rationalists and the French Revolution
The Romantic Philosophers and Georg Hegel
The Industrial Revolution
Kierkegaard and Existentialism
The Revolutionary Philosophers- Darwin and Marx
Twentieth Century Philosophers
Twenty-first Century Philosophers
Help your homeschooler earn transcript credit with this useful and fun World History high school curriculum – integrate History and Philosophy and get ready to change the world!
Click here To view an excerpt from History and Philosophy of the Western World.
What are homeschool parents saying about History and Philosophy of the Western World? (formerly titled: World History and Philosophy; only the name has changed – the content is the same!)
“This fall my daughter utilized the Chronicles of Narnia for the first semester as well as the World History and Philosophy. Both courses provided questions that went beyond “give me the details of the story” and required her to think. She needed to provide supporting material for her answers. In addition, these courses have improved her writing and knowledge of the bible.” – Jeanette S.
World History high school curriculum
How to Choose Homeschool High School Curriculum
Enjoy this helpful article created from the conversation in one episode of The Homeschool High School Podcast with Sabrina Justison, Vicki Tillman and Kym Smythe.
There is not ONE right way to homeschool high school…so there is not ONE right way to choose curriculum. Your “big sisters” can help you explore a number of considerations that will help you choose wisely for YOUR homeschool high school.
Human Development from a Christian Worldview Second Edition
Why do two year olds say “no”? Why do grandparents tell the same story over and over? Why do teens think about themselves so much? These are Human Development questions answered in this downloadable etext.
What is a
Human Development curriculum in high school
and why should your homeschooling high schooler have this on his/her transcript?
-Human Development is the study of God’s wonderful design for people as they grow from conception through old age. It explains how people change physically, cognitively, socially and emotionally throughout each stage of life.
-Human Development is a 1 credit high school health credit.
-Human Development is the perfect course for any teen that has to interact with others and/or plans to grow up, get married, have a family, (and maybe take care of his aging parents someday).
Our Human Development curriculum for high school from a Christian Worldview helps students understand how God designed people to grow, from conception through old age.
This is a one credit health/social sciences curriculum.
This lively 106-page text written by Vicki Tillman MA (a homeschooling mom and practicing licensed professional counselor) is updated in its 2nd edition to download to your device in editable .pdf format — you type the answers right in! It is easy to use, fun, and is presented at an average high school level. Instructions are included for activities and readings to increase the credit to college prep, advanced, or honors.
Human Development from a Christian Worldview is designed for self-instruction but also includes group discussion questions making it perfect for use in homeschool co-ops or group classes.
The text includes:
-vocabulary and key concepts in sidebars
-chapter comprehension questions with fields for typing in your answers
-tests with fields for typing in your answers, saved in a separate file with answer keys so your student sees them when YOU decide
-answer keys in a separate file so parent can keep the answers on a separate device from the student text if desired
Help your homeschooler understand the people in his/her world with our Human Development curriculum!
Click here to view an excerpt from Human Development.
What are homeschool parents saying about Human Development from a Christian Worldview?
“7sisters curriculum has been exactly what we needed for our high school students. We have a freshman, sophomore & a junior in our homeschool high school. We used the human development course as part of our health curriculum. All three of our students took it together. Two of them pursued the honors level and our oldest chose to follow the basic level. It held all of their attention and they all learned so much from it. It allowed for honest discussions and left room for exploration. They were all able to choose activities that fit their own personal learning styles.” – A.C.
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Human Development Curriculum High School
Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective
Why do you need a Psychology curriculum for high school?
Here are three reasons:
1) Social Science courses help create the well-rounded transcript colleges seek.
2) Most college majors require Psychology. It is good to have a Christian foundation in psychology particularly before experiencing it at college (perhaps secular) level.
3) It is wonderful to grasp an understanding of God’s wonderful creation of our mind and personality.
Vicki Tillman MA (a homeschooling mom and practicing licensed professional counselor), wrote this fun and comprehensive text from a Christian worldview so that students can appreciate God’s handiwork and also be prepared for college settings.
The topics in the fifteen chapters of this Psychology curriculum for high school cover:
-The Brain and How it Works
-History of Psychology (Ancient to Pre-modern Times )
-History of Psychology into Modern Times
-Needs and Motivation
-Looking at Personality & Theory
-Sleep & Dreams
-Careers in Psychology
-How to Help a Friend in Crisis
This attractive etext includes:
-new words and key concepts in sidebars
-comprehension questions for each chapter
-instructions on how to make the course ½ credit average high school level, 1 full credit average high school level, or ½ credit college prep, advanced or honors levels
This user-friendly Psychology high school curriculum may be completed by a homeschooling high schooler with or without parental support. It is also often used in homeschool group classes.
Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective- don’t let your homeschooler graduate without it!
Click here to view an excerpt from Introduction to Psychology.
What are homeschooling parents saying about Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective?
“As a psychology minor myself, I was looking for a course that allowed my daughter to think for herself, but would give her guidance. This course did exactly that. Since taking the course, she has had the opportunity to talk with a psychology professor (from a secular world view) on several occasions. The professor is impressed with how well she articulates her thoughts and how well she understands basic psychology.” – A. Cook
“Just taking a minute to let you know I have enjoyed using your Intro to Psychology course in our homeschool co-op this past semester. The content was excellent, and the material was laid out in a very user friendly format; both student and teacher editions. The cost was very affordable for the students. I will certainly be returning for additional courses.” – Betty H.
“My daughter and I just finished the Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective curriculum and we enjoyed it very much. Thank you for all that you do in providing curricululm for our students!” – Stephanie B.
“I appreciate the thought that has gone into the creation of this curriculum. This curriculum helps me to provide this experience in a manner that reflects my beliefs. A dry sponge absorbs a lot. A wet sponge cannot absorb much at all. Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective enables me to ‘fill the sponge’ before my children encounter psychology courses in college. I have also enjoyed the conversations that have arisen from the enrichment activities. To date, two of our children have taken the course.” – D. Harper
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Psychology Curriculum for High School
Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective Lesson Plans
- Interactive activities and internet links for videos that enrich the learning experience
Philosophy in 4 Questions
Why should your homeschool high schoolers earn philosophy credit for their transcripts?
Philosophy in 4 Questions
Don’t graduate without it! Philosophy in 4 Questions is one of the most important courses a homeschool high schooler can use for a powerful transcript and life preparation. Here’s why:
- Philosophers run the world- your teens need to become aware of the ideas running the world. (You just don’t notice it. Philosophers are the brains behind political decisions, health care management, types of books we read, fashions we enjoy, even some of the ways we interact with our theology.)
- Teens who recognize philosophic thoughts and trends can become culture creators themselves.
- God is a philosopher. Philosophy is the love of wisdom. God said to “get wisdom”. God is the creator of wisdom. It is important for our teens learn to be wise and submit their thinking to God’s wisdom.
Dr. Micah Tillman teaches Philosophy at University of Maryland, George Washington University, and McDaniel College. He wrote Philosophy in 4 Questions at the request of some homeschool high schoolers to help them understand the basics of philosophy.
In Philosophy in 4 Questions, Dr. Tillman broke the 4 basic questions of philosophy into bite-sized, understandable chunks:
- What is there?
- How do we know?
- What do we do about it?
Written in a light-hearted, fun manner and a Christian worldview, Philosophy in 4 Questions helps teens learn to recognize, think about, and discuss these questions. Lessons are short, easy to digest, and include lively examples.
Philosophy in 4 Questions is a favorite course for homeschool high schoolers who want to learn to think and become culture creators.
Don’t let your teens’ God-given thinking abilities go to waste! Let Dr. Micah Tillman give them the tools to become a generation of Godly philosophers in whatever career they pursue.
Text includes a separate answer key and guide for writing an optional philosopher’s paper.
Although students need no pre-requesite his course is a great follow-up for History and Philosophy of the Western World.
Here is a list of the topics of each chapter:
What Is Philosophy?
Why Should Christians Care?
An Introduction to Philosophy’s First Question: What Is There? (Ontology)
Do You Exist (and If So, What Are You)?
Does the World Exist (or Is It All an Illusion)? Augustine, Descartes
Do Groups (like Companies, Countries, or Families) Exist? Narrative
Is Everything Just Physical? Two Kinds of Things: Particulars and Universals
Does God Exist (and What about Evil)? The Cosmological Argument, The Ontological Argument, The Teleological Argument, The Problem of Evil and Some Answers
Does Free Will Exist (and Do We Have It)?
Application: How to Deal with Disagreements
An Introduction to Philosophy’s Second Question: How Do We Know? (Epistemology)
What Is Truth?
Can We Learn the Truth from Others? Language and Witnesses
Do We Know through Living or Thinking? Empiricism and Rationalism
Giving Up, or Going with What Works: Skepticism and Pragmatism
Can We Just Get Back to Our Actual Experience? Phenomenology
Application: Authorities, Science, Faith, and Reason
An Introduction to Philosophy’s Third Question (Ethics)
Is It Good to Do What Is Excellent? Virtue Theory
Is It Good to Do What Creates the Most Pleasure? Utilitarianism, Epicureanism, or Hedonism, or Whatever
Is It Only Good to Do Your Duty? Deontology
Is It Only Good to Do What God Says? Divine Command
Application: Evaluating Abortion, Racism, and Sexism
An Introduction to Philosophy’s Fourth Question: The One Answer to, “Why?”
Are There Different Sources of Value?
Is There a Single Source of Value? The Value Theory behind Humanism, The Value Theory behind Environmentalism, The Value Theory behind Theism
What If There Is No Source of Value? Nihilism
Is the Source of Value the Highest Thing? The Good and God
Application: What to Do When You Get Confused
CLICK HERE to view an excerpt from Philosphy in 4 Questions.
Philosophy in 4 Questions
I really enjoyed the text book because often times when dealing with uncomfortable or serious topics Dr. Tillman would incorporate some humor and it made the subject a little easier to digest. Philosophy has always been a great thing to study in my mind. It helps me think more clearly and it teaches me to never settle for the easiest option, and Tillman’s text book certainly made me think a lot. I thoroughly enjoyed reading through and completing this text and I would suggest it to anyone who feels inspired to delve deeper into what they believe about the world.– James, 11th grade when he completed Philosophy in 4 Questions.
The course was super fun, and the material had so much depth. Learning not only the different schools of thought but their origins, and of their followers opened my eyes to further understand the people and circumstances around me. Breathing new life in what I thought were worn out doctrines.– Jonah, 10th grade when he completed Philosophy in 4 Questions