Here is a step-by-step guide to starting Step 4, the answer to the problem of education for ages 11-High School, and for adult continuing education!
If you are not certain that STEP 4 is right for your 11-18 year-old student, or your older (or younger) student who could benefit from this level of work, DO THE FREE READING TEST FOR THIS LEVEL! It is made of sample lesson plans from Step 4 . The parent/tutor/teacher would read through ALL ABOUT STEPS, a FREE booklet, available using the button below.
The student would do the "How To Do STEPS Courses " , a free course available.
- The student would do the following study essential courses, designed to truly prepare the student to study with authority and success:
- "Information - Right or Wrong?"
- Step 4 Advanced How To Do Research
- The student would now start:
- Spelling Course
- "Reading Course"
- Step 4 Science 1 - Advanced Science Basics
- Upper School "History 1 - Pre-History"
- "Creative Writing 1 - Start Writing"
- Perhaps an art elective, such as "Music Theory 1" ; "The Great Actor's handbook" ; or "Animation 1" .
- In addition, we offer many "current events" courses, dealing with critical world issues such as world hunger & poverty; endangered species; and religious intolerance. These are constructed largely as research courses that sharpen the students skills as they enlighten.
- The student, upon completing each course, would start the next course in sequence in that subject. EXAMPLE: Having completed "Science 1" , the student would start "Science 2" , and so on.
- The student who is nearing an end to their studies, or who is particularly driven in life, should do "Your Ambitions and Plans" , which offers a substantial method one can use to develop and execute successful life plans. A student very interested in becoming an artist of any kind should do out "Artist's Basics Course" , which details the qualities one should develop to succeed in the world of the arts.