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Intermediate Logic Teacher Book 3rd ed


A teaching guide to intermediate formal logic

Audience Teachers of Intermediate Logic; used in Classical Conversations communities in Challenge B
Preparation High
Ease of use Step-by-step lesson plans, suggestions to write on the board, bolded important concepts, and answers to all exercises, tests, and quizzes
Author James B. Nance and Douglas Wilson
Page Count 357
Format Paperback
Publication Date 3rd ed.; updated in 2014

General Description

In this helpful and complete guide to teaching logic, James B. Nance and Douglas Wilson offer their expertise so you too can teach logic well. With this program you will get the benefit of James B. Nance's twenty years of teaching experience, making teaching the fundamentals of logic as painless and rewarding as possible. 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).

Anybody can teach Intermediate Logic. Here are the features that make the Teacher Edition for Intermediate Logic the obvious choice for educators new to logic, no matter where they teach:

  • a daily lesson schedule for completing Intermediate 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.