Logic and Thinking Skills
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Homeschool Logic Curriculum
Critical thinkers use in-depth analysis of evidence to make decisions and communicate their beliefs clearly and accurately.
This Introduction to Logic course will both challenge and inspire high school students to be able to defend their faith against atheists and skeptics alike.
Introductory Logic is perfect for grade 7+ students, teachers, and parents who’ve never tackled syllogisms or fallacies before. It provides a semester or year’s worth of logic to help you detect and deflect flawed or deceitful arguments and to think, debate, and argue well.
Do you think Logic is a dry, boring subject? It’s not! Not when Fred teaches it.
Students who complete The Art of Argument will know how to reason with clarity, relevance, and purpose… and have fun along the way!
The Fallacy Detective has been the best-selling text for teaching logical fallacies and introduction to logic for over 15 years.
This illustrated, hardback series of books for pre-teens and teenagers (and adults!) introduces all kinds of essential topics: critical thinking, logic, entrepreneurship, hard work, standing up for what is right, and much more!
A logic course for all ages, but designed for use as young as grade 7, Traditional Logic is an in-depth study of classical syllogism. Along with a basic understanding of the Christian theory of knowledge, the text presents the four kinds of logical statements, the four ways propositions can be opposed, the three ways they can be equivalent, and the seven rules for the validity of syllogisms.