God-Man: Christ in the Gospels Teacher's Manual
Theteacher editioncontains notes, additional lesson suggestions, teaching strategy, and answer keys. A suggested weekly schedule for 3, 4, or 5 days will help you plan. Weekly quizzes are also included, covering information taught from the teacher edition and content found in the student manual.
This study explores the identity and purpose of God's Son, as revealed through His earthly ministry. By exploring Christ's work from His preexistence to His ascension, you'll learn how to apply spiritual truths to your own life as God shapes you into the image of His Son, Jesus.
The revised and reprinted Teacher's Manual includes . . .
- 35 Lessonsone for each week in an average school year
- Target Truthscore learning objectives for each lesson
- Teaching Strategiesnotes on presenting a lesson's material
- Scripture Memoryoptional plan for verse memorization
- Quizzing and Evaluationquizzes for each lesson, with answer keys included
- Student Manual Pagesfacsimiles of the Student Manual pages with answers filled in
God-Man examines the identity and purpose of God's Son as he was here on earth. Students will learn how to apply spiritual concepts to their own lives as they learn to become more Christ-like. Students have a weekly memory verse with each lesson as they following Christ through his ministry, death, resurrection, and ascension as seen in the Gospels.
The teacher edition contains notes, additional lesson suggestions, teaching strategy, and answer keys. A suggested weekly schedule for 3, 4, or 5 days will help you plan. Weekly quizzes are also included, covering information taught from the teacher edition and content found in the student manual.
The student will write their notes from the teacher lessons on the formatted student manual pages and complete exercises to apply concepts. You will need both books for complete and thorough content coverage. This study will help students get to know the attributes of Christ and learn how to apply them personally. ~ Donna
I can see why we have had multiple requests for this Bible curriculum. Originally written for Christian schools, the popularity of this curriculum has continued to grow in other countries as well as in the United States. They now make their materials available for homeschool as they strive to teach the child's heart as well as the head.