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?? What are the limits of what we can learn from watching the shadow?

REINFORCING

Visual Aid L:1

Teacher’s note: The activity can be completed with the previous activity, or you might choose to do only one of the activities. You will need to set up a lamp to create the shadows—you may be able to use the light from the projector in your room if it is at an appropriate height.

Shadow puppets 1. Divide students into pairs and give each pair one of the cards from Visual Aid L:1. 2. Give each pair one minute to try to recreate the shadow. 3. Have students take it in turns to show their shadow to the class, and ask the class to guess what animal the shadow is supposed to represent. 4. Ask: ?? What can we learn from the animal by its shadow? ?? What are the limits of what we can learn from watching the shadow?

LINK STATEMENT Today we are looking at what it means to follow Jesus. As we explore the book of Luke we will see that following Jesus is like being a shadow that imitates the attitudes and actions of Jesus.

EXPLORING CONVERSING

10 mins

Worksheet L:1

Teacher’s note: This activity helps students articulate their understanding of how Christians act, and their attitudes to God and other people. This helps students to better understand the idea that Christians are like shadows of Jesus. Give students the opportunity to explain their answer by asking two students each time: ‘Why did you stand where you are standing?’ Put up signs on opposite sides of the classroom: one sign reading ‘completely agree’, the other ‘completely disagree’.

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LAUNCH LESSON

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Think Faith High School curriculum - Stage 5A Unit 3 sample  

This digitalised product, licensed on a calendar-year basis, comes complete with lesson guides for teachers, student worksheets and access t...

Think Faith High School curriculum - Stage 5A Unit 3 sample  

This digitalised product, licensed on a calendar-year basis, comes complete with lesson guides for teachers, student worksheets and access t...