This page offers you a good idea of what you can do to effectively start Connect The Thoughts for Upper School, ages 11-adult. First, though, we ask that you look at the video that you'll find to the right . It will provide you a lot of information. Then please read the entire article below.
Connect The Thoughts™ Upper School Curriculum
for students ages 11 to Adult.
Here is a step-by-step guide...
- The parent would read "How To Start Using CONNECT THE THOUGHTS" , a free course available here.
- The student would do "How To Do CONNECT THE THOUGHTS Courses Course" , a free course available here.
- The student would do the following study essential courses, designed to truly prepare the student to study with authority and success:
- The student would now start:
- Our free "Spelling Course" , (if necessary).
- "Reading Course"
- Upper School "Science I - Science Basics" , to page 28, and then, while continuing science, start;
- Upper School "History I - Pre-History"
- "Creative Writing I - Start Writing"
- Perhaps an art elective, such as "Music Theory I" ; "Acting I" ; or "Animation I" .
- In addition, we offer many "current events" courses, dealing with critical world issues such as world hunger & poverty; endangered species; and religious intolerance. These are constructed largely as research courses that sharpen the students skills as they enlighten.
- The student, upon completing each course, would start the next course in sequence in that subject. EXAMPLE: Having completed "Science I" , the student would start "Science II" , and so on.
- The student who is nearing an end to their studies, or who is particularly driven in life, should do "Your Ambitions and Plans" , which offers a substantial method one can use to develop and execute successful life plans. A student very interested in becoming an artist of any kind should do out "Artist's Basics Course" , which details the qualities one should develop to succeed in the world of the arts.
(All of this should be integrated with a good math program
of your choosing. We recommend
AGS Publishing's Consumer Mathematics
. See Steven's FAQ on this subject: