Please note that this is a special course offering for ILA which combines two
Emmaus Classical Academy classes: Equip and Logic. Equip will meet on Tuesdays and will be taught by Mrs. Anna Barber, while Logic will be taught by Mr. Jacob Waller on Thursdays. Tuition for each class is $400 per semester, to be paid separately to each tutor
($800 total per semester). All Emmaus Classical Academy courses must be registered through the Emmaus registration site here as well as through ILA's registration system. A $25 registration fee will be charged by Emmaus for each course.
Equip Course Description:
This year-long, once per week class is worth 10 credits of English Literature & Composition. We recommend that students take Equip alongside Logic in preparation for Inklings.
Equip is a classical writing revolution.
Equip offers students an in-depth study of form, content, and style to help them overcome their fears and hang-ups about writing. Through reading, writing, discussion, and in-class, mentor-led workshopping, students will become confident and capable writers, producing original and insightful writing of high caliber.
This 10 credit solo course complements the Logic course and helps prepare students for ECA's unified courses.
A full course description for Equip can be found here
.Logic Course Description:
Logic is a year-long, once per week class that counts for 10 credits of Logic or Critical Thinking. We recommend that students take Logic alongside Equip as a prequel to Inklings.
This course trains students in the skills which are necessary for thorough and creative thinking and for effective and winsome communication. Your student will learn the language of formal logic, analyze arguments for their validity, and recognize how logical argumentation is implemented in everything from advertisements and apologetics to poetry and literature. Logic is the most traditional of our courses, with lecture-based classes, quizzes, and tests; however, Logic is classically-oriented in that it gives students the foundational skills and aptitudes which will prepare them to become excellent discussion participants and writers.
A full course description for Logic can be found here
. Reading lists will be posted to our website
in early May.
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