Teen Eagles serves you rather than forcing you to fit a restrictive mold. Below, you will find several curriculum options, some requiring a large commitment, and others requiring very little prep-time.
Phyllis' Weekly Challenge
These after-school groups require the smallest level of commitment but generate discussion on a wide variety of current politics. Phyllis Schlafly's weekly column, along with several discussion questions and action points, is made available on the Teen Eagles blog every week: www.eagleteens.org/blog_index.
Teen Study Groups
Teen Study Groups, modeled after Eagle Forum House Meetings, facilitate group discussion on a variety of topics. The program is designed to require monthly meetings in which materials, reah ahead of time, are discussed through stimulating questions. There are two different curriculum options for groups to choose: (1) Judicial Tyranny, and (2) Issues. (8-monthly studies)
Reviving the Constitution
The mission of this program is to equip and train an army of Constitutionalist patriots committed to restoring to our republic the vital principle of Constitutional supremacy, scrubbing our nation of the blight of judicial supremacy so dear to the hearts of America's Humanists. Our focus is the Constitution, and our framework is the worldview approach. Students may receive academic credit for study.
This course is available for purchase through the Blackstone Institute: www.blackstoneinstitute.org.
Eagle Ambassadors: Exploring Personal Development
Eagle Ambassadors is a weekly self development, leadership, and civics program designed to facilitate growth among teens through confidence building training via public speaking and discussion of important civic issues and current events. This training is an effort to aid teens in understanding how to best present themselves in the public arena as well-informed, confident ambassadors. For more information, see the Eagle Ambassadors website. (34-week study)
Teen Eagle Challenge
The Teen Challenge was developed to serve as conservative worldview training for Teen Eagles. The goal of this curriculum is to not only instill in teens a Christian worldview so that they can understand the foundations of the thinking behind ideas and the but to give teens confidence in defending their faith, associate them with the political "movers and shakers," give them leadership experience, and help them to become better communicators. (10-monthly lessons)
Understanding the Times
This resource, produced by Summit Ministries, is excellent. The class will help students clearly understand the tenets of the Christian worldview and how it compares with the tenets of other leading worldviews of our day: Islam, Secular Humanism, Marxism, New Age, and Postmodernism. Some of the issues covered include: abortion, apologetics, the arts, biotechnology, critical thinking, cults, euthanasia, leadership, radical environmentalism, radical feminism, the problem of evil, religious pluralism, scriptural reliability, and more. For more information, see the Summit website. (10-monthly lessons)
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