Introduction to Philosophy

High School Curriculum

Developed by the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University,
with funding from the Squire Family Foundation

This user-friendly curriculum, developed and tested at the Center for Talented Youth, covers all the major topics in philosophy, and is suitable for a high school or advanced middle school class. Each self-contained module includes lesson plans, suggested readings, discussion questions and study guides so that even teachers with a limited philosophy background should be able successfully to use it. Find it here, under “Center for Talented Youth.”

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Deborah Moreland

I am teaching a Literature and Philosophy course, hoping to explore ideas that other teachers have used. I am never quite sure where to begin the course and what to include, although I do enjoy ways I have brought closure to it.