The pupil's book may be used as a consumable workbook or as a textbook. It is designed as a workbook, which allows the student to write answers in the book and to keep it after he completes the course. However, since most exercises are numbered or lettered, schools that prefer to reuse the books for several years may ask the students to write their answers on paper.
The pupil's book is divided into six chapters. Each chapter has five lessons and a review. A chapter is intended to provide work for six weeks. Chapter tests and a final test are available in a separate booklet.
This series (God's Plan for His People, Grades 9, 10) begins with the attributes of God and then goes through the Bible, noting various ways that God unfolded a revelation of Himself through time until the coming of Jesus. Most lessons have the following sections.
These questions are for optional use during the class period. They provide a continual review of some main points, to avoid having all the review come just before the chapter test. They also provide cumulative review on important points that are covered in the final review and final test. If you wish, you may duplicate the questions and hand them to the students for written work or personal study.
This section provides a brief outline of main events or teachings on which to focus while teaching the lesson.
Bible class should not consist merely of drilling facts. This course provides an excellent opportunity to convey spiritual truths. Several important truths in each lesson are listed for your benefit. The list is not exhaustive, nor should you feel it necessary to cover all the points mentioned. Rather, the list is for your ben�efit, to provide inspiration and a sense of direction. Teach as the Lord directs, with truths He has instilled in your heart.
A copy of the pupil's page is provided, with the answers given in colored ink. Teachers should use their own judgment when deciding whether an answer is correct. Vague or incomplete answers will not suffice.
This course calls for complete answers when long blanks are given. Some teachers might want to require students to give sentence answers for all long blanks, while other teachers might require sentence answers only when a sentence is needed for a complete answer. Teachers should tell their students what type of answer they will consider to be complete.
Sometimes the Answer Key gives several options for an answer or has some other directions for the teacher to consider in relation to a question. If this requires too much space to fit in the Pupil reduction, two arrows (>>) direct you to look in the margin for the additional answers or further direction.
Along the right margin are additional directions and notes that you may find interesting and helpful in teaching. The directions are in italic type, with the first line indented. The notes are preceded by bullets.
To keep this workbook simple, metric measures have not been included in the lessons. However, the tables of measure in the back of the pupil's book give metric equivalents, and the answer key gives answers in metric units. If you normally use the metric system, tell your students to give all answers involving measure in metric.
If you want to assign memory verses related to the themes in this course, select appropriate passages from "Key Scriptures."
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