Discovery Of Deduction Teacher’s Edition~
Discovery Of Deduction: Introduction To Formal Logic Teachers Edition contains the entire student text, and then the work pages have the answers filled in for easy checking of students questions. They have also included some teachers tips that are helpful in extending or to help further understand the lessons.
Some of the tips they give you are videos and links to sites to further the students studies, notes to teachers about misc information found in some of the debate dialogues to help you understand them better. They also include sample essays, dialogues, & arguments in the teacher’s edition. The teachers edition helps to really extend the lesson and make sure the concepts being taught are further understood and also to help students dig into each of the lessons concepts.
What Did We Think Of The Discovery of Deduction: An Introduction to Formal Logic?Serena has been using The Discovery of Deduction: An Introduction to Formal Logic for the last 6 weeks. The lessons are laid out and explained well enough so that she can independently complete the class. I am able to see that she is understanding everything by checking her answers to the questions after the lessons, and have not had any problems so far. She was so excited to find a class that is usually is a College class as a High School class option, one that she can earn High School credits for!I was amazed at the level of learning that this book covers, I was afraid that Serena would have a hard time understanding the book, due to the advanced reading and vocabulary but that has not been the case. She has had a great understanding of each of the lessons and is able to complete the lessons independently. The lessons do not take her to long each day and will vary between around 15-30 minutes depending on how much reading and questions each lesson has. This class has quickly become her favorite classes she is doing right now!I would recommend this class for any parents that are looking for a good High School logic class, if your child is an advanced reader then they might be able to work on it when they are in 8th grade. I do feel that the 8th graders and even some 9th graders would have a hard time understanding the class unless they were to be an advanced reader due to the detailed lessons and vocabulary found in each of the lessons. But for the students who enjoy reading, learning about logic and debating this is an amazing very complete one of a kind program for them! This is one program Serena will be continuing until the end of the book!