7SistersHomeschool.com

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We love to invest in homeschooling families with all kinds of learners, so we offer blogposts with tons of how-tos and high school digital curriculum that is:

  • Adaptable to various levels of rigor or needs
  • Texts with short chapters that do not overkill the subject while still covering the necessary scope and sequence
  • Writing guides with step-by-step, daily lessons, geared for success
  • Literature guides that don’t kill the book
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  • PLUS hands-on learning fun with our literature activity guides for elementary homeschoolers that work with favorite picture books
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Review

Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective

Video Review

General Information

 

  • Curriculum Developer – 7Sisters
  • Website Link
  • Sample Link
  • Grade Level Scope: High School
  • Subject Covered: Psychology
  • Cost Range: $10 – $50
  • Supplemental Material Cost: Varies, but can run from free to $100+ for optional accompanying video course
  • Format: Downloadable
  • Religious content: Yes

Basic Features

 

  • Methodology: Traditional
  • Learning Styles Utilized: Visual, Auditory, Interpersonal, Verbal, and Intrapersonal
  • Intelligences Utilized: Logic, Pictures, Movement, Relationships and Words
  • Teaching Styles Utilized: Multi-Disciplinary, Independent Work, Open-ended, and Living Books
  • Common Core: Unknown
  • Accredited: Unknown
  • Teacher Helps: More than average

Product Description 

 

  • Font Size: Smaller than average, but adjustable on digital products 
  • Pictures: Many colorful pictures and diagrams
  • Lessons Included: 16 chapters with additional supplemental material suggestions
  • Intended Curriculum Usage Length: Half year or full year, depending upon the amount of supplemental learning suggestions used

Adapability 

 

  • Amount of Handwriting Required: Less than average for a high school course
  • Possible Assistive Technology Modifications: Typing
  • Executive Functioning Concerns: None
  • Average Length of Lessons: 5 to 10 hours per chapter
  • Concentration Level Required: Average
  • Modifiable by Lengthening Out Lessons: Very easy and includes detailed instruction for the parent
  • Language Complexity: Average

Specific Disabilities 

 

  • Dyslexia – Font type is basic and easy to read
  • Low Reading Level – Suggest using audiobooks for supplementary materials and doing companion reading with student and then discussing the pictures in each chapter

SPED Homeschool Review Crew Feedback

What was the one thing that most impressed you about this curriculum?

This curriculum is packed full of great content that makes complex subjects and terminology accessible to a wide range of students. I would highly suggest the 7Sisters Psychology high school curriculum for any student, but especially those who are unable to read lengthy and complex textbooks on this subject.

What should parents of children with learning needs be aware of when looking into this curriculum?

This resource is a digital product, so if your student needs a physical copy, you will also need to factor printing costs into your final price, which could add up to an additional $75 if you want color copies of the pictures and diagrams.

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