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Introductory Logic

With daily lesson plans and schedules and a complete Teacher edition, anyone can teach a seventh grader Introductory Logic.

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Whether your students are learning in a brick-and-mortar school or a homeschool or online, you teachers and parents know how important logic is—but that doesn't make the technical aspects of the subject any easier (in fact the fundamental nature of the subject makes it even more intimidating!). We've painstakingly designed Introductory Logic with that tension in mind: you'll get the benefit of our teachers' years of teaching experience, making ingraining the fundamentals of logic in your students as painless (and rewarding!) as possible.

Anybody can learn from Introductory Logic. The whole series takes advantage of a brand new, clean, easy-to-read layout, lots of margin notes for key points and further study, a step-by-step modern method, and exercises for every lesson (plus review questions and exercises for every unit).

More importantly, anybody can teach Introductory Logic. Here are the features that make the Teacher Edition for Introductory Logic the obvious choice for educators new to logic, no matter where they teach: A daily lesson schedule for completing Introductory Logic in a semester or a year-long course; Answers to all exercises, review questions, review exercises, quizzes, and tests in the order they are taught; Contains the entire Student Edition text—with the same page numbers as the Student Edition! No more flipping back and forth between answer keys and textbook.

Detailed daily lesson plans for the entire textbook explain each lesson's daily Student Objectives, Special Notes, step-by-step Teaching Instructions with bolded terms, advice, and more examples, Assignments for each lesson, and Optional Exercises for further exploration and integration. This course won first place in Practical Homeschooling Reader Awards for Logic curriculum.

Click here for the most up to date errata sheet.

What People Are Saying:

"The latest editions of both courses have been significantly improved over earlier editions. Most importantly, both courses are easier for a teacher to present to a class group, and they are also easier for students to use working independently." -Cathy Duffy, Homeschool Curriculum Reviewer

"My daughter took this series for school. My husband and I ended up reading it with her because it was actually enjoyable. Everyone benefits from have 'logical' skills. My emails and conversations are more effective." -Barbara

"I have BS and masters degrees, but have never had a class in logic. I am loving studying this with my Jr. High daughter. It is written at a level that she can easily understand, yet is very interesting and educational for me, too." -J

Watch the Trailer for the DVD (sold separately)


PAGE COUNT: 532 pages

SIZE: 8.50x11"

ISBN 10: 1-591281-67-9

ISBN-13: 978-1-591281-67-2

PUB. DATE: November 11, 2014

More teaching resources for Introductory Logic:

The Introductory Logic Test & Quiz Packet contains a blank copy of every quiz or test that one student would need for the entire Introductory Logic course (you can cross "make copies" off your to-do list, permanently!). It even contains an alternative version of each test for practice—the best thing for unit review! Answers to all quizzes and tests are in the Teacher Edition.

The Introductory Logic DVD Course contains lessons walking you through every lesson in the student workbook, along with lessons explaining the answers to the Form B Tests. 9.5+ hours running time. Re-recorded in 2019.

Get all the Introductory Logic resources in easy-to-use bundles:

Introductory Logic Program with DVD Course: Contains: the Student Edition, the Teacher Edition, the Test & Quiz Packet for one student, and the all-new DVD Course.

Introductory Logic Program:  Contains: the Student Edition, the Teacher Edition, and the Test & Quiz Packet for one student.

Click here to download the Intermediate Logic glossary (of course all definitions are bolded and defined in the margins of the book, but sometimes people like to have a separate document).