07 Bible-Anderson Assignments

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Christmas Traditions in Google Classroom

Christmas Traditions

What was the historical significance/practice of these traditions before they became Christmas traditions? How were they morphed to have Christian value?

December 25th - Nolan, Matthew M, Brayden

Christmas trees and Evergreens - Julie, Linda, Christa

Presents, ornaments, and lights - Camila, Alex, Quinten, Maddy

Santa, milk and cookies - Amy, Michael, Matthew H

Mistletoe and Holly - Anne, Hannah, Emma, Rose

Yule Log - Sammy, Paizley, Joshua 

Poinsettias - Roma, Jason, Mack

Put your info in a presentation template (your choice) for the class.

Where did the tradition start?

What was the initial significance of of this tradition?

How has this tradition changed over time?

How has this tradition morphed into a Christian value?

How do we as Christ followers honor the original significance of the tradition?

How might the cultures of this tradition feel about how we currently celebrate THEIR traditions?

You must cite at least three references for your historical significance?  If you site Wikipedia you will be marked down.
Created by Danielle Anderson: Wednesday, November 30 8:35 PM

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Blog #7  Traditions  in Google Classroom

Blog #7 Traditions

Blog #7  -  What traditions do you practice as a family?  When did your tradition start?  What is the origin(where did it come from)?  How does this practice impact your life? As you grow up do you think you will continue this practice?  Why or why not?
Created by Danielle Anderson: Monday, November 28 9:24 AM

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OT stories untold  in Google Classroom

OT stories untold

We're going to take "Sunday School" stories and dig deeper into them to see the larger picture. You will learn the context surrounding the story and teach the class about it. Read the given chapterS for your story Complete the outline (on Classroom) as you go along Have Ms. Jedlick or Mrs. Anderson approve your outline Create a presentation to teach the class about your story.

Plan on your presentation to take approximately 5 minutes. 


We will be doing our presentations on Thursday.
Created by Danielle Anderson: Thursday, November 10 2:00 PM

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Student of the Month  in Google Classroom

Student of the Month

Created by Danielle Anderson: Monday, November 7 1:00 PM

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SS # 4 -Do Christians pick and choose which rules they want to follow? in Google Classroom

SS # 4 -Do Christians pick and choose which rules they want to follow?

SS# 4  Choose 1 color for Questions about the article Choose another color for the topic of paragraphs Choose another color for things you find interesting Note in the margins should include: thoughts ideas "I like"  "I wonder" Lastly, make sure to have 3 open-ended questions!  DO NOT ASK "YES" or "NO" questions. Do not ask vocabulary questions, for example, "what does this word mean?" If you don't have 3 different colored highlighters, ask!  We have them for you. in 07 Bible.
Created by Danielle Anderson: Friday, November 4 1:28 PM

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Empathy Exercise # 2  - Participation  in Google Classroom

Empathy Exercise # 2 - Participation

Created by Danielle Anderson: Wednesday, November 2 2:12 PM

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Chapter 3 Test  in Google Classroom

Chapter 3 Test

Created by Danielle Anderson: Tuesday, November 1 11:27 AM

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Blog # 6 in Google Classroom

Blog # 6

Should Christians celebrate Halloween (dress up for, trick or treat, go to halloween parties)? Why or why not?
Created by Danielle Anderson: Monday, October 24 12:57 PM

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SOTM slides in Google Classroom

SOTM slides

Created by Danielle Anderson: Wednesday, October 19 12:44 PM

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Empathy exercise #1 in Google Classroom

Empathy exercise #1

Empathy exercise: Empathy is defined as, “The ability to understand and share the feelings of another.” Tell about a recent conflict or experience with someone that left you angry or annoyed. Now imagine yourself in the other person's shoes. What might have been the heart or underlying issue? How does showing empathy on your end impact the conflict or experience?
Created by Danielle Anderson: Monday, October 3 10:06 AM

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Blog # 5 in Google Classroom

Blog # 5



Dr. Tim Mackie says “When we make the Bible a grab-bag of verses, we can make it say anything we want.” What does this mean, and how can we avoid it? Think of and describe one example where you’ve seen this happen.
Created by Danielle Anderson: Monday, September 26 8:41 AM

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Bible Questions AND Parts of your favorite movie / book in Google Classroom

Bible Questions AND Parts of your favorite movie / book

Give 3 thoughts / Ideas/ Beliefs about how the Bible was created.
AND
3 Questions that you have about the Bible
Created by Danielle Anderson: Wednesday, September 28 5:06 PM

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Chapter 2 Test  in Google Classroom

Chapter 2 Test

Created by Danielle Anderson: Tuesday, September 27 12:58 PM

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SS # 2   Fame is a Fake Version of Friendship  in Google Classroom

SS # 2 Fame is a Fake Version of Friendship

Annotate the attached article.  
Write at least three open ended questions.
Created by Danielle Anderson: Monday, September 19 2:08 PM

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Blog # 4  in Google Classroom

Blog # 4

When Samuel is looking for a king in 1 Samuel 16:7, the Lord says to him that he “does not look at the things people look at. People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.” In other words, in God’s eyes, what’s on the inside is much more important than how things appear on the outside. Why do you think it’s so easy to judge by appearances? Have you ever judged someone by their appearance and later found out you were wrong?
Created by Danielle Anderson: Wednesday, September 14 4:36 PM

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SOM slides  in Google Classroom

SOM slides

Instructions:
Insert a new slide (click/tap the + sign toward the upper left corner of the menu) 
Click/tap inside the Title box and insert YOUR NAME
Click/tap inside the ‘add text’ box and write a note of praise for the following student: 

(The effort you put into your words is part of your Bible grade)
Created by Danielle Anderson: Monday, September 12 11:08 AM

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Write your own personal mission statement  in Google Classroom

Write your own personal mission statement

write your mission statement make it concise, limiting it to no more than three sentences, and keeping your language positive. Instead of stating what you don’t want to do: “I don’t want to contribute to environmental failures,” focus on what you do want to do: “I want to help save the environment for generations to come.” Following are sample mission statement templates to get you started:
“To… [what you want to achieve, do or become] … so that … [reasons why it is important]. I will do this by … [specific behaviors or actions you will use to get there]”
“To live each day with … [choose 1-3 values or principles] … so that … [what living by these values will give you]. I will do this by [specific behaviors you will use to live by these values]”
“To appreciate and enjoy … [things you want to appreciate and enjoy more] … by … [what you can to appreciate and enjoy these things on a daily basis]”
When you’ve got something written down, raise your hand to receive feedback either from your teacher, or a classmate. Once your teacher has approved it, write it in the inside cover of your journal (in pen), and private comment it on the assignment in Google classroom
Created by Danielle Anderson: Saturday, September 10 12:02 PM

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SS There isn't enough privacy on Social Media in Google Classroom

SS There isn't enough privacy on Social Media

Look at the example that is given for annotation.
Read the article -  There isn't enough privacy on social media - 
As you are reading the article be sure to make note of things that stand out to you. 
Where do you have questions? 
What is interesting?
Then think of three questions you have about the article and write them on the last page.  We work on this next week as well.
Created by Danielle Anderson: Saturday, September 10 5:32 PM

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Brainstorm your

Brainstorm your "why" 5 questions

Created by Danielle Anderson: Saturday, September 10 12:02 PM

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Tree / Roots Assignment in Google Classroom

Tree / Roots Assignment

Created by Danielle Anderson: Tuesday, September 6 11:00 AM

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Blog # 3 in Google Classroom

Blog # 3

Many argue that social media has ruined communication and quality of life. Do you agree or disagree, and why? What would healthy social media use look like/ is that even possible?
Created by Danielle Anderson: Monday, August 29 1:16 PM

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Blog #2 in Google Classroom

Blog #2

Respond to the quote: It's better to sit in a boat thinking about God than to sit in a church thinking about fishing." Do you agree or disagree? Why or why not? Please use personal examples.
Created by Danielle Anderson: Saturday, September 10 12:02 PM

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Chapter 1a Quiz in Google Classroom

Chapter 1a Quiz

Created by Danielle Anderson: Wednesday, August 24 10:46 AM

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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 Danielle Anderson: Monday, August 15 11:01 AM

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Decision Diagram in Google Classroom

Decision Diagram

Post a picture of your diagram from today.
Created by Danielle Anderson: Thursday, August 18 11:32 AM

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"What do you believe?" Form

Click the form below and answer the questions.  Remember to hit the "tun in" button when you're done.
Created by Danielle Anderson: Monday, August 15 11:01 AM