Intermediate Student Pages Lessons 001-26

Intermediate Student Pages Lessons 001-26

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Item #: 005194
ISBN: 9781946370136
Grades: 3-4

Publisher Description:

The Intermediate Student Pages guide the students through the entire learning experience. These pages are printed and conveniently bound.

If you teach a class in a church or school setting, you’ll want to check out the Intermediate Teacher Key. Each set contains 26 lessons. Purchase one set per student. Please do not copy in any form.

Lessons 1-104 have been updated this year and feature new covers and a smaller size. Content is the same between the two editions, but the organization of the activities if different. The two editions can work together, but please note that some activities are out of order.

Category Description for Bible Study Guide for All Ages:

Comprehensive, teacher-student interactive study of the Old and New Testament, the Bible Study Guide for All Ages meets the needs of families or classrooms using a wide variety of teaching methods: drills, interactive lessons, map/timeline work and more. Rather than taking a strictly chronological or topical approach, this program takes a historical perspective and connects the Old Testament and New Testament into one big picture of God’s story. The program is non-denominational and can be used with the Bible version of your choice.

Beginning with an outline of Biblical history, the first thirty lessons examine the lives of Joseph, Daniel, and Jesus. For this reason, it is recommended the units be completed in order. Once children gain an overview of the main idea of the Bible-story, the gaps are filled-in with more depth and understanding. The optional, but highly recommended Timeline helps children fully grasp the chronology of the Bible.

Flexible for your learning needs, the program offers two pathways. Purchase the Unit Teacher Guide (104 lessons) without Student Pages for a discussion-based study. While this may take more teacher prep, all you need is the Unit Guide and a Bible. The Guide contains everything you need for teaching: program philosophy and instructions, lessons, game suggestions, reproducible student resources and more. The second path is divided into 4 different levels: Beginners for 3 years to Kindergarten; Primary for grades 1-2, Intermediate for grades 3-4, and Advanced for grades 5-6. Teens and adults should use the all-in-one Unit Teacher Guide to guide them through the Bible text, review and memory work, application, and the timeline/map work.

Both pathways follow the same plan of study, however, are not exactly aligned. Because of this, you will need to decide to use either the Unit Teacher Guide or the leveled programs with Student Pages and Teacher Key/Guide.

Families choosing to use the leveled programs (Beginner, Primary, Intermediate or Advanced), will need the Student pages. The Teacher Key is optional, but helpful in the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels, as the student pages guide you through the daily lesson. If you use the optional Wall Maps and Time Line, the Teacher Key is necessary, as it includes instructions for use. For the Primary level, the Student Pages and Teacher Guide are required, as it is designed to bridge the gap between readers and non-readers. Following this pathway, you will not need the all-in-one Unit Teacher Guide. Lessons 1-104 have been updated this year and feature new covers and a slightly smaller size. Content is the same, but the editions have a different organization.

All student materials have black and white, cartoon illustrations throughout the lessons. Textual information increases from level to level, yet the Advanced level still retains plenty of the black and white illustrations. While the program is designed to use with the Bible version of your choice, the Student Pages use the vocabulary of the New International Version, though other versions can be used with minimal difficulty. Student pages for the Beginner level (ages 3-5), Intermediate levels (ages 6-8), and Advanced (ages 9-11) help students visualize and interact with the lessons. Each set of student pages contains 26 lessons. Beginner level activity sheets include memory work, timeline activities (which reference the Beginner Timeline), activities to become familiar with the structure of the Bible, pictorial representations of Bible stories and Bible study application. More advanced student pages include comprehension activities, more advanced memory work, map and time line work (using the Wall Maps/Timeline packet), activities for interacting with Bible stories, and Bible lesson application. Whether you chose the Unit or Level approach, there are optional, helpful teaching resources that are referenced in the teaching material.

Optional resources include: Bible Book Summary Cards, Children’s A Cappella Song CD, Teacher Visuals, and the Wall-Maps & Time- Line packet (or the Beginner Timeline).

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Great bible study lessons. Really sticks to the bible and does not add extra attitude.
Crystal E on Dec 27, 2017
Great bible study lessons. Really sticks to the bible and does not add extra attitude.
Crystal E on Dec 27, 2017
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Love the layout of the student book!
April 22, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
We used BSG for our Bible curriculum this past year and I LOVE it! Some little things I love - being able to use it with any version of the Bible I want the men don't have long hair Jesus doesn't look feminine Some big things I love - my son (and myself) is really learning a LOT about the Bible and how things fit together in time I chose the Int level for my 2nd grader because he has a good base level of Bible from Christian school Sunday school and AWANA plus I didn't want to have to buy teacher's materials I did find however that I still had to guide him through the activities rather than have him work independently Each page is a 2-sided legal size page I thought the size was a bit odd One side has a review activity memory workout and teaser fact as well as either a Bible timeline or map activity I just love the way the stories (which are not taught chronologically) are put in place on the Bible history timeline I think that really puts things into perspective and shows how they relate to each other I also really loved the Bible geography sectionThe other side is the story For the INT student I would read the Scripture verses that correspond to each box then have him do the activity in the box (Each box is illustrated cartoon style) At this level activities include - circling things filling in the blank drawing details of the story matching etc I especially like that BSG has the students DO-ing things not just listening to the story It makes it more real and helps them remember details The way we combined the 2 boys was I would start the INT student on the review work do the story/review with my BEG student then have the BEG student color the application picture while I did the lesson with the INT student We did 2-3 lessons a week and it takes us about 30 minutes I do not do every single activity on the page; we do the story/lesson review and some of the application activities For the INT student I purchased the Bible Book Summary Cards which are mentioned often in the memory work Each has an illustration of key points in that book of the Bible as well as questions/statements on the back about the key points of the book Students learn the "summary" of the book of the Bible from which they are studying and review them throughout the year I did wish that the curriculum included Scripture memory work although my child was learning stuff like the tribes of Israel Bible book summaries 10 commandments etc
July 3, 2013

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