08 Bible-Royse Assignments

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CWHW 11/30 - Christmas traditions in Google Classroom

CWHW 11/30 - Christmas traditions

Teach us: the non-Christian use of your practice, and how it was adopted as Christian. Finally, tell us if you think we should continue to use your tradition as part of our Christmas traditions.
Put info in Google slides. Remember that you're also graded on the quality of your slides (text, pictures, colors, organization, etc). I've included a couple helpful links to get you started.


December 25th and Xmas - Leilani, Sathvik, Sophia
Santa, Reindeer, cookies and milk, and presents - Ella, Alexis, Olivia, and Zach
Christmas trees and ornaments - Sav, Ra, Asher, Miqiu
Mistletoe and Holly -  Wyatt, Jacob, Gabby
Lights and poinsettias - Jack, Hudson, Javi
Caroling and the Yule Log - Josh, Connor, Owen
Created by Jasmine Royse: Thursday, December 1 8:33 AM

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CW 11/29 - Christmas Project part 1 in Google Classroom

CW 11/29 - Christmas Project part 1

Look up and put into a spark post: 
When Black Friday started
How much is spent in the united states of America on Black Friday
The average amount Americans spend on Christmas presents
About how much (average) parents spent on their kids' Christmas presents
About how much money America would need to solve homelessness

Information should be organized and aesthetically pleasing
Save post as png or jpg and upload here
Created by Jasmine Royse: Tuesday, November 29 3:07 PM

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Blog 4 - Outcasts in Google Classroom

Blog 4 - Outcasts

When Jesus gives the beatitudes, he’s talking to the outcasts of society. Give an example of this story in modern times. If Jesus were to visit an outcast person or an outcast group, who would it be and why? Why is that person or group an outcast, and what would Jesus tell them?
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, November 7 1:01 PM

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SOM - October in Google Classroom

SOM - October

Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, October 31 5:49 PM

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Emoji check in - Tri 1 in Google Classroom

Emoji check in - Tri 1

At the start of each class, click on the google form, choose the emoji that represents you best today, and tell me why. Please refrain from writing something along the lines of "I can't wait to go home."
<48 entries, points start to get docked
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, November 7 1:01 PM

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Sermon on the Mount in Google Classroom

Sermon on the Mount

Follow the directions we went through in class to complete the doc with your partner

1. Read the passage
2. Look down at the gray bar at the bottom of the page. Find the letter F, and note the Old Testament passage(s) that are cited
3. Read the passages
4. Go back to Matthew. How does Jesus’ teaching transform and repurpose the law as stated in the Torah?


Partners: 
Zach and Jacob
Sathvik and Owen
Ella and Olivia
Sav and Miqiu
Sophia and Mikey
Connor and Leilani
Asher and Gabby
Javi and Wyatt
Hudson and Josh
Alexis, Ra, and Jack
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, October 31 5:49 PM

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Ch 4 project in Google Classroom

Ch 4 project

Complete the outline (doc), writing each beatitude in your own words with a real-world example (person can be living or non-living; no repeats). 
When you complete the doc, create an infographic of the information using Adobe Express. DOC MUST BE COMPLETED FIRST
Graphic just has to include the beatitude in your own words, and the example to go with it. Upload final graphic here
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, October 24 12:57 PM

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Ch 4 Test in Google Classroom

Ch 4 Test

Created by Jasmine Royse: Thursday, October 20 4:49 PM

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SOM 2 in Google Classroom

SOM 2

Notes of praise 2
Add a new slide, title it with your name, and write something that you appreciate, love, and/or respect about both students. 
You are graded on the authenticity and genuineness of your posts
Created by Jasmine Royse: Wednesday, October 12 6:17 PM

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Blog 3 - Enneagram in Google Classroom

Blog 3 - Enneagram

What was your highest enneagram? Click on the link below, locate your highest enneagram number, and click on it. Skim through the page and decide if this enneagram describes you well. If it doesn't, look at the description for your second highest. What are the main characteristics of your type, both positive and negative, and how do you see these in yourself? How could this knowledge help you become more self aware?
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, September 26 2:30 PM

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CW 09/27 - Trinity Padlet in Google Classroom

CW 09/27 - Trinity Padlet

Title your post with your name. Then answer the following: 1. What's the difference between Jesus, God, and the Holy Spirit? 2. When do we use "God," when do we use "Jesus," and when do we use "Holy Spirit?" 3. Does it matter that we differentiate between the three?
Created by Jasmine Royse: Tuesday, September 27 12:58 PM

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CW - Enneagram in Google Classroom

CW - Enneagram

Click on the link below to take the enneagram. test. Private comment your 2 highest numbers in order. For example, I'm mostly enneagram 3, and secondly a 1, so I'd comment "3, 1"
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, September 26 2:30 PM

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Ch 3 Test in Google Classroom

Ch 3 Test

Created by Jasmine Royse: Thursday, September 22 4:00 PM

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SS 2 - Being Biblical vs Right in Google Classroom

SS 2 - Being Biblical vs Right

Thoroughly annotate the article by underlining/highlighting/circling:
- words that you have to look up the definition to
- things you agree with (write why)
- things you disagree with (write why)
- curiosities

Write down 3 open-ended (discussion) questions for our socratic seminar on Friday
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, September 12 4:15 PM

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Note of encouragement to Dr. Nichols  in Google Classroom

Note of encouragement to Dr. Nichols

Take some time to write a thoughtful and considerate note of encouragement to Dr. Nichols.
Make it to him and reflect yourself as well.
What are two things you like about Dr. Nichols, that may help you create this slide.
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, September 12 4:15 PM

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SOM 1 in Google Classroom

SOM 1

Add a new slide, title it with your name, and write something that you appreciate, love, and/or respect about both students. 
You are graded on the authenticity and genuineness of your posts
Created by Jasmine Royse: Wednesday, October 12 6:17 PM

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Blog 2 - Dark Knight in Google Classroom

Blog 2 - Dark Knight

Watch the ferry scene from Dark Knight...If you were on the boat of civilians, which would you choose (no judgment), and why? Is there a "right" answer or third way?

If you want feedback, private comment by Wednesday
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, August 29 6:16 PM

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Chapter 2 Test in Google Classroom

Chapter 2 Test

Created by Jasmine Royse: Thursday, September 1 12:43 PM

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SS 1 - Sleep in Google Classroom

SS 1 - Sleep

Article : The State Finally Letting Teens Sleep in
Attached is an example of an annotated paper. It includes underlines/highlights of anything that stands out, circles around pieces that are confusing, and notes about what you agree/disagree with, and questions you have. 
Once you're done annotating, write 3 open-ended (discussion) questions. First seminar on Friday. You'll turn in your article on Friday. 
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, August 22 12:25 PM

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Ch 1 Test in Google Classroom

Ch 1 Test

You may use ONLY your notes
Created by Jasmine Royse: Tuesday, August 23 1:51 PM

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Blog 1 - Life Anthem in Google Classroom

Blog 1 - Life Anthem

What is your life anthem right now? Why? Do you listen to it in front of your parent/guardian? Why or why not?
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, August 15 3:49 PM

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Ch 1a Quiz in Google Classroom

Ch 1a Quiz

You may use notes, nothing else
Created by Jasmine Royse: Wednesday, August 17 3:43 PM

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CW 08/15 I believe... in Google Classroom

CW 08/15 I believe...

Google Form
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, August 15 3:49 PM

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CW 08/15 Gen Z Poll in Google Classroom

CW 08/15 Gen Z Poll

Google form
Created by Jasmine Royse: Monday, August 15 3:49 PM