By popular request, they are finally here. Homeschool high school psychology lesson plans for Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective!
Homeschool High School Psychology Lesson Plans
7Sisters Homeschool popular psychology text is often used in homeschool co-ops and group classes. We regularly get requests for a lesson plan guide that will help those teachers (and even mom at home with her teens) with some activities and resources that will really help the textbook come alive.
My buddy, Gretchen Mahoney MA, has been teaching Psychology at our local homeschool umbrella school. She is also my colleague at Pike Creek Psychological Center. We put our heads together and created a lesson plan guide using the best teaching activities and resources that each of us do with our homeschool high schoolers.
It is the aptly named:
It is aptly priced, too: Just $2.00!
This aptly fun and interesting 29-page homeschool high school psychology lesson plans guide includes:
- Objectives for each lesson
- Interactive activities and internet links for videos that enrich the learning experience
(Tests and answer key are included in the textbook, so are not part of the Lesson Plans.)
The lessons are tied to the textbook and cover the Introduction to the Course as well as:
- The Brain and How it Works
- History of Psychology (Ancient to Pre-modern Times )
- History of Psychology into Modern Times
- Needs and Motivation
- Looking at Personality & Theory
- Sleep & Dreams
- Abnormal Psychology
- Psychological Testing
- Christian Counseling
- Careers in Psychology
- How to Help a Friend in Crisis
If your student loved Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective, why not follow up with Human Development from a Christian Worldview?
Psychology and Human Development can both count as Social Science courses.
Click here to learn more about what Social Sciences are and why they are important to include on a high school transcript.