Teaching Bible Studies-education questions Custom Essay

Teaching Bible Studies-education questions Custom Essay

They MUST reference the readings given. I will upload what readings are for what questions. And I will upload all of the readings that I have and the study guide.

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Biblical Studies Questions

Journal 1.1

Describe what Smith and Shortt term the ‘incarnational approach’. How do you see this approach relating to the three functions of the Bible mentioned?

journal 1.2

View The One Word of Session 1, Six Steps to Reading Your

Bible DVD. In this segment, you will find another account of

the meta-narrative of the Bible.

 

1.2.1 After considering the 7 schema above, as well as this

DVD segment, in one paragraph explain what you

understand to be the overarching theme of the

Bible.

 

1.2.2 If you had to choose one of the above schema to teach

the metanarrative which one would you choose and

why?

 

Journal 1.3

1.3.1 Briefly describe three examples which show evidence

of the influence of the Torah books on John�s Gospel,

giving references

 

1.3.2 In what ways do you see the whole book of Genesis

contributing to the Biblical story?

 

Journal 1.4

�Why does God allow suffering?� is a question often asked by

students. How might the notion of suffering, addressed in the

study of the latter prophets, help to answer this question?

 

Journal 1.5

1.5.1 Watch the �Why Read the Bible?� on the Six Steps to

Reading Your Bible DVD. What reasons would you give to

students who ask why they should read the Bible?

 

1.5.2 Briefly explain how a Biblical understanding of wisdom

compares and/or contrasts with the idea of wisdom from a

secular viewpoint. Give two examples of how this might impact

on the role of teacher in a Christian context.

 

Journal 2.1

2.1.1 Briefly explain how the gospels are a continuance of the

Biblical narrative rather than the start of something new.

 

2.1.2 Briefly explain how the prominence of Jesus is realised

in the Book of Acts.

 

Journal 2.2

Outline two ways in which the book of Romans is dependent

on the Old Testament in its meaning.

 

Journal 2.3

The Book of Revelation does not include direct quotations from

the OT so how does it surpass all the NT texts in its literary

dependence on the OT? Provide a brief explanation.

 

Journal 3.1

Explain which of the ‘teaching methods’ Jesus and Paul used,

as discussed in Chapters 6 and 7, appeal to you, your

character and your perspective on learning and teaching

 

Journal 3.2

Considering the viewpoints of both Edlin and Thomson, to

what extent do you agree or disagree with the points made in

regard to the use of the Bible in school?

 

Journal 3.3

Watch the relevant section on �COMA�, and explain how you

might use the approach in the Biblical Studies classroom. .

What do you consider its limitations in light of what you have

learnt in the unit so far?

 

Journal 3.4

Smith and Shortt (2002) state on p.50, �Note that the focus

now is on Christian understanding as much as Christian

living.� They then refer to Edward Anthony and recommend his

structure.

 

3.4.1 Explain what you understand to be Anthony�s �three

levels of description�.

 

3.4.2 How helpful do you judge this to be in bridging the gap

between the Bible and educational practice?

 

Journal 4.1

What implications are there for schools A and B�s Biblical

Studies curriculum in light of their mission statements?

Consider things like content, focus, delivery etc. (One

paragraph each).

 

Journal 4.2

4.2.1 Example 1, above, is a K – 10 document. Briefly describe

which objectives and skills would be relevant for year 8 (secondary students) student? Provide reasons for your

 

answers.

 

4.2.2 How do you see the assessment of Biblical Studies

differing from that of other subject areas?

 

Journal 4.3

4.3.1 .Critique the rationales of both sources in terms of

the stated outcomes in the year seven content.

Consider how effectively the outcomes relate to the

Rationale

 

4.3.2.Choose one topic from the year seven content and

develop two teaching and learning strategies, giving

particular attention to the meeting of the stated

outcomes

 

Journal 4.4

Which of the constraints listed above do you regard as valid?

How would you minimise their impact in the Christian school?

 

Journal 4.5

4.5.1 Do you agree with Dr Clarke�s article? Give reasons.

4.5.2 How do you see the postmodern idea of ‘truth’ being

reconciled to that of Biblical truth in the Christian school?

 

Journal 4.6

In light of the provided reading, what challenges do you see in

the teaching of biblical studies in relation to different

understandings of ‘truth’?

 

Journal 5.1

What opportunities and challenges do you see in delivering a

Biblical Studies program that relies on the Scriptures as its

only text (as against other books/readings/texts on

relationships, sex education, other religions, ethics etc)?

 

Journal 5.2

5.2.1 Spend some time reflecting on the sequences in the

GAP curriculum. What do you find to be one strength and one

weaknesses?

 

5.2.2 Read Provided Reading 5.1. What ideas for content

are included there that you think should be included in every

Biblical Studies program?

 

5.2.3 Look at the chart, above, of the History of the Bible.

Do you think it would be an effective unifier of the curriculum

for K-6? Explain

 

Journal 5.3

What challenges do you see in assessing and reporting Biblical

Studies �in a serious manner� ensuring that it has equal status

with other areas of study?

 

Journal 6.1

6.1.1 In reference to Reading 6.1, explain your own

understanding of Christian worldview (at least one

paragraph)

 

6.1.2 In what ways can the Biblical studies classroom be a

�worldview shaper�?

 

Journal 6.2

6.2.1 � In your own words explain what a parable is and

why it is such an effective teaching tool.

 

6.2.2 � Consider the Parable of the Prodigal Son

(Luke 15 :11-32). Rewrite the parable for a Year 8 (secondary) class with

a more contemporary setting but ensuring the message is retained.

 

Journal 6.3

Choose two of these resources (from different categories) and

link each one to a stage-specific Biblical Studies topic. Explain

how you could use each one as a teaching resource.

 

Journal 6.4

Having considered the unit examples, and other content of this

unit, choose:

 

  1. two social issues (eg poverty, body image, justice, bullying,

gender, sexuality, advertising etc) relevant to a year 9 (secondary students) class, and

 

  1. provide two resources (eg cartoon, song, story, video clip

etc) explaining how each could be used as an introduction to

the topic.

 

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