“Education must enable a man to become more efficient, to achieve with increasing facility the legitimate goals of his life.”
Martin Luther King, Jr.
The 80 Questions for Adolescents curriculum helps students reflect and analyze various aspects that are critical to their current decisions as well as their growth and development as thinkers and contributing members of society. It is tailored to enable both parents and teachers to facilitate dialogue around the topics that matter to students' livelihood while implementing practical strategies to improve academic and social behaviors.
7th - 12th
Anecdotes, Facts of Life, Timeless Principles, Charts, and Tables
Links to videos and other resources that support topics
3 sections, 15 chapters
Each chapter includes an Intro Video, Questions, Teacher Notes, Supporting Activities, and a Resource Database
1.) Most students haven't developed the basic life skills of planning and effective time management
2.) Most students get excited about the possibilities of their future
3.) Students enjoy relating to others and making correlations to their own lives
Section 1: WHY ARE YOU HERE?
Ch. 1: Knowing What You Want
Ch. 2: Believing You Can Achieve
Ch. 3: The Purpose of School
Ch. 4: Evaluating Interests & Goals
Ch. 5: Relating School With Goals
Section 2: WHO'S COMING WITH YOU?
Ch. 6: Identifying Pos. & Neg. Influences
Ch. 7: Peer Pressure
Ch. 8: Responsibility & Esteem
Ch. 9: Appreciating Your Supporters
Ch. 10: Community
Section 3: WHAT WILL YOU DO?
Ch. 11: Time Management
Ch. 12: Academic Success
Ch. 13: Career Goals
Ch. 14: Planning
Ch. 15: Affirmation
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Narratives that emphasize timeless principles throughout
In-depth tables and charts that bring relevance to academics
Introspective questions to help students develop perspective
Teacher Notes to help facilitate discussion and supplemental activities