LIFEPAC offers a wide variety of elective courses to diversify students' studies. Here is a list for students from 6th through 12th grades.
A wonderful supplemental math course for student's who want to pursue a math or accounting degree, own a business, or enjoy money management. This course covers units like: Analyzing and Journal Transactions, Posting to the General Ledger, Financial Statements, Payroll Records and Accounting, and Adjusting Closing Entries.
With LIFEPAC American Literature, student's will discover the enriching world of U. S. Literature. Packed with appealing masterpieces, this course covers a variety of periods: Early American Literature (1600-1800), Romantic Period (1800-1855), War & Reconciliation (1855-1915), The Modern Age (1915-1946), and From Modern to Postmodern (1946-Present).
Looking for a colorful art curriculum that teaches the creative fundamentals to your student? LIFEPAC Art is just what you need. Filled with a broad scope of topics, student's will cover: Concepts in Design, Principles of Color, Figure Drawing, Sculpture, along with Printmaking and Calligraphy.
With worktexts filled with helpful illustrations, student's will discover different art styles and how to incorporate design personality in artwork. This course will build your student's understanding of artistic perspectives, portraiture, carving, and cartooning. Previous art experience is not required. Great as an addition to any LIFEPAC curriculum, this ten-unit course, for grades 9-12, will teach your student the exciting fundamentals of art.
With LIFEPAC British Literature, student's will explore the dynamic, vibrant world of British Literature. Packed with enriching content, this course covers a variety of periods: The Middle Ages, The 16th Century, The 17th & 18th Century, The 19th Century, and The 20th Century.
Students will study monumental British writers such as: Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare, William Wordsworth, Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe She'lley, John Keats, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Robert Browning, and C.S. Lewis. Created as a supplement to LIFEPAC Language Arts, this five-unit course is for grades 9-12. LIFEPAC British Literature contains five worktexts and a teacher's guide.
Using LIFEPAC Civics, student's will gain an understanding of the foundations and structure of American government. Build your student's knowledge of their country and leadership with this interesting course. Themes include: A New Nation, The Constitution, Branches of Government, Government by the People, and Relationship to the World.
Filled with entertaining illustrations, worktexts explain the roles and responsibilities of individual citizens and America's role abroad. Additional topics covered are learning about state and local government, the election process, economics, and comparative governments. LIFEPAC Civics is a five-unit course designed for high school student's. LIFEPAC Civics contains five worktexts and a teacher's guide that may be purchased individually.
Family & Consumer Science
LIFEPAC Home Economics, an all-encompassing ten-unit course, teaches everything from homemaking skills and first aid to getting a job. Practical subjects, created for grades 9-12, covered in this ten-unit course are: Personal Hygiene and Appearance, What's Cookin'?, The Clothes You Wear, Interior Decorating, and Child Care and Development.
Filled with fun, relevant lessons, LIFEPAC Home Economics is the perfect supplement to any course of study. Give your student's the life-long skills they need to make solid financial decisions, to develop good character qualities, and to build Christian relationships. LIFEPAC Home Economics contains ten worktexts and a teacher's guide that may be purchased individually.
With LIFEPAC Consumer Math, your student will gain valuable insights for planning and organizing personal finances. Subjects covered in this ten-unit course are: Family Finances; Creative Arithmetic; Fractions, Decimals, and Percent; Transportation; and Business Services.
Your student will develop essential, daily math skills with worktexts filled with full-color illustrations and story problems. Packed with life-long practicality, LIFEPAC Consumer Math teaches your student how to manage money to avoid future problems. Guide your student with money management skills like examining loans and credit cards, and purchasing goods. Appropriate for student's who have completed Algebra I and Geometry. LIFEPAC Consumer Mathematics contains ten worktexts and a teacher's guide.
Foundations for Living
Need a course to teach daily application of biblical lessons? LIFEPAC Foundations for Living for grades 9-12 is the perfect supplemental course for your student to learn practical Christian living. Topics in this one-semester, ten-unit course include: What Is a Biblical Worldview?, The Doctrines of the Bible, God's Creation, The Family and Marriage, and Christian Education. LIFEPAC Foundations for Living helps student's realize that God's Word has practical instructions for every situation in life. Students will also learn to apply what the Bible teaches to live a more productive life as a Christian servant and leader. LIFEPAC Foundations for Living contains ten worktexts and a teacher's guide.
High School Health
Looking for a health course suitable for your high student? LIFEPAC Health, designed for grades 9-12, teaches health from a Christian perspective. This five-unit course covers: Body Essentials, Physical Health, Social and Mental Health, Preventive Healthcare and First Aid, and Responsible Living. LIFEPAC Health emphasizes more than good eating habits and regular exercise, this course also teaches spiritual, emotional, social, and environmental well-being. In addition, your student will focus on building a responsible attitude toward living and avoiding substance abuse. LIFEPAC Health contains five worktexts and a teacher's guide.
LIFEPAC Spanish I, a ten-unit course for grades 9-12, is exclusively designed for engagement and interaction. Building confidence through dialogue practice, lessons covered in this interactive one-semester course are: Family and Home, Around the Town, Pastimes, In the Restaurant, and Traveling.
Filled with fun, creative lessons, LIFEPAC Spanish I builds basic skills in reading, writing, and speaking the Spanish language. Students learn Spanish vocabulary and basic word order through practice conversations. Printed materials emphasize reading comprehension and allow for practice writing. Audio CDs are required for listening and comprehension activities and are included in the course set. LIFEPAC Spanish I contains ten worktexts and a teacher's guide .
With newly revised LIFEPAC Spanish II, for grades 9-12, student's will review the Spanish language more in-depth. Exclusively designed for engagement and interaction, this ten-unit course, focuses on dialogue practice. Some lessons covered in this course are: Past Tenses, Expressing Possession, Passive Voice, Future and Conditional Verb Tenses, and Imperative and Subjective Moods.
Packed with engaging, interactive lessons, LIFEPAC Spanish II provides practice in speech, writing, listening, along with reading and writing comprehension. Audio CDs are required for listening and comprehension activities and are included in the course set. LIFEPAC Spanish II contains ten worktexts and a teacher's guide.
Speech: Essentials of Communication
Perfect for every high school program, LIFEPAC Speech: Essentials of Communication shows student's how to successfully interact with others in personal, professional, and public settings. This five-unit course discusses: Communication Foundations, Language Characteristics, Interpersonal Communication, Group Communication, and Public Messages.
Great for teaching the essentials of effective communication, this exciting course for grades 9-12, creates a solid foundation for a life-long skill. Improve your student's understanding of communication theories, characteristics of language, interpersonal relationships, group dynamics, and public speaking. Units contain practical application exercises such as speech writing and interviewing. LIFEPAC Speech: Essentials of Communication contains five worktexts and a teacher's guide.
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