Sunday, February 6, 2011

OBJECTIVES AND HOMEWORK - Week 15- January 30-31

GRADE ONE — The Good Shepherd
  • Students will hear the story of the Good Shepherd
  • Students will see a presentation on the Good Shepherd
  • Students will understand that Jesus is our Good Shepherd
HOMEWORK: With someone at home complete the chart on What a Shepherd does; What
Jesus Does.

SAC PREP TWO - Between Jesus and Me—Celebrating Forgiveness
  • Children will understand that under no circumstances will the priest ever reveal what is told to him in confession.
  • Children will review basic concepts.
  • Children will review and practice going to confession.
  • Children will become familiar with another Biblical forgiveness story.
HOMEWORK: “Steps to Peace” sheet

GRADE THREE - Parables
  • Children will learn that Jesus told parables to teach us what God and Heaven are like.
  • Children will understand that parables are stories that make comparisons.
  • Children will become familiar with the Parable of the Forgiving Father, and the Parable of the Good Samaritan.
HOMEWORK: Students should write the “message” of the Parable of the Forgiving Father on the picture card. Retell the parable of the Forgiving Father (or Prodigal Son) and the Good Samaritan to someone at home.

GRADE FOUR - Joseph, Part One
  • Students will review the story of Jacob and how he got two wives and twelve sons!
  • Students will see a video about Joseph, leading up to his interpreting the Pharaoh’s dream
  • Students will explore this story as it appears in the book of Genesis.
  • Students will work together to complete a crossword puzzle.
  • Time permitting, students will improvise the story.
HOMEWORK: With your parents, read Chapter 6. Complete the worksheet.

GRADE FIVE - Our Gifts
  • Students will review the Introductory Rites and the Liturgy of the Word
  • Students will review the Offertory and Preparation of Gifts
  • Students will understand that through the gifts we offer at Mass we are offering the gift of ourselves
  • Students will understand that much of the Preparation of Gifts focuses on our gratitude
HOMEWORK: With someone at home read the story of St. Maximilian Kolbe on page 62 of the text. Complete the work on page 64.

GRADE SIX - Joseph
  • Students will be familiar with the life of Joseph.
  • Students will know that this story shows once again how God can bring good from evil.
  • Students will understand the meaning of providence.
HOMEWORK - Complete the worksheet for the next class.

GRADE SEVEN - Choosing Christ
  • Students will consider why people might have accepted or rejected Jesus
  • Students will realize that people still make those choices today
  • Students will become familiar with some of the sects that existed at the time of Jesus – Pharisees, Sadducees, Zealots and Scribes.
  • Students will consider the Eucharist, which drove many from Jesus and see a short video on Eucharistic Adoration
HOMEWORK: Complete the “Will You Stay with Jesus?” sheet. Also, if not done in class, complete the worksheet.

GRADE EIGHT - Called to Protect, Part 2
  • Students will learn what to do if someone tries to violate their boundaries
  • Students will know lots of different ways to respond and that they can respond in ways that fit their own personality
  • Students will be able to demonstrate several ways to respond if someone tries to violate their physical, emotional or behavioral boundaries.

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