March 28, 2016:
Students will complete the worksheets over Acts of the Apostles handed out on March 23 and 24th by the substitute. Those students what have not completed these worksheets will be given time to complete.
March 29, 2016:
Teacher will go over the worksheets for a test on Wednesday.
March 30, 2016:
Test over the worksheets.
March 31, 2016:
Students will be displaced to room 134. Worksheet will be provided for students in class not taking STARR Test.
April 1, 2016:
Students will be given time to complete the worksheet from Thursday.
March 21, 2016:
Student will answer the following questions from Chapter 28:
Working with the Text:
What is a unique feature of the Acts of the Apostles?
How do these opening verses of Acts address the 1st century Christians' concerns about the imminent end of the world?
Read Acts 2:14-35 and answer the following questions:
How many references to Hebrew Scriptures can you find in Peter's speech in Acts 2?
What do these references reveal about Peter's view of Jesus?
Visual Learning page 255:
Why would El Greco include the dove?
The Bible in Literature page 256, Read the Poem:
What is the setting for the poem?
What images from the Acts of the Apostles can be found in this poem?
Why is the poem entitled "Pentecost?"
Read Acts 4:8-12, page 257:
What kind of community does this passage describe?
Working with the Text:
Why did Ananias and Sapphire both drop dead?
What is the purpose of such narratives?
In Chapter 5:
What does the word church mean?
What is reaction to the advice of Gamaliel?
What doe the author mean her and elsewhere by "the name"?
Why would the apostles rejoice in their sufferings?
The Bible in Literature page 261:
Who is speaking in the first verse?
Who is the speaker in the other two verses that in quotes?
What does Herod mean by "my tormentors"?
What details of the ballad echo the event in Acts?
March 22, 2016:
Students shall complete one of several worksheets on the Acts of the Apostle.
NO SCHOOL DUE TO SPRING BREAK
March 7, 2016:
Students will get computers and look up crucifixion.Then there will be a class discussion.
March 8, 2016:
The students will use their Bibles to answer questions over the Crucifixion, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus. The students will use the Gospel of Matthew to answer the questions.
March 9, 2016:
Students will review their worksheets over the last days of Jesus and study for a test.
March 10, 2016:
Students will continue review over worksheets over the last days of Jesus and study for a test.
March 11, 2016:
Test over the worksheets for the previous days.