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Teaching Assignment 2 Template

In Part 1, answer the questions related to the assigned reading material. In Part 2, you will continue to develop your Bible lesson (which you began/presented in Module/Week 1).

 

Part 1: Answer the following questions related to the Reading & Study material from Modules/Weeks 13. Each answer must be at least 100 words to receive credit.

 

1. The following questions are based on Chapter 3 in Yount’s The Teaching Ministry of the Church:

 

a. Explain the relationship between theology and Christian education.

 

b. What methods does God use to teach today in comparison with the methods He used in both the Old and New Testaments?

 

 

2. The following questions are based on Chapter 5 in Yount’sThe Teaching Ministry of the Church:

 

a. Why is the Holy Spirit essential in Christian teaching?

 

b. In what ways can you partner with the Holy Spirit to help you teach? Some use “dependence on the Spirit” as an excuse for poor preparation. How would you explain that this attitude is a misconception of the Spirit’s role?

 

 

3. The following questions are based on Chapter 6 in Yount’s The Teaching Ministry of the Church:

 

a. How do you judge something as biblical or not biblical? What do you think of the thought experiment suggested by the author of this chapter? (Respond as if the author of the book you are teaching is in your audience.)

 

 

b. How did Jesus and Paul stay faithful to God’s message while presenting this message to different audiences?

 

 

4. The following questions are based on Chapter 7 in Yount’s The Teaching Ministry of the Church:

 

a. How does the personal spiritual walk of the pastor or other leaders influence the spiritual maturity of church members?

 

 

b. Describe your image of a maturing Christian.

 

 

5. The following questions are based on Chapter 10 in Yount’s The Teaching Ministry of the Church:

 

a. What is your reaction to the description of the pastor-teacher given in this chapter? How does Paul’s model of the pastor-teacher compare to “secular” models of leadership?

 

b. How would others describe your teaching? If you do not teach regularly, describe the teaching of one of your own pastor-teachers.

 

 

6. The following questions are based on Chapter 11 in Yount’s The Teaching Ministry of the Church:

 

a. Are you predominately a thinker, a feeler, or a doer? What evidence supports your evaluation? What dangers do you risk in focusing only on this “natural” emphasis?

 

b. As a teacher, where do you need more emphasis: helping people think, feel, or do? What specifically will you do to strengthen these areas?

 

7. The following questions are based on Chapter 12 in Yount’s Teaching Ministry of the Church:

 

a. What is the connection between exegesis, hermeneutics, and teaching or exposition?

 

b. Describe the general rules of biblical interpretation.

 

 

Part 2The following questions/prompts will assist you in the development of the Bible lesson you began in Module/Week 1. Each answer must be at least 100 words to receive credit.

 

1. Using the information from Chapter 13 in Yount’s The Teaching Ministry of the Church, write an objective and a learning readiness activity for the passage you chose for Teaching Assignment 1 in Module/Week 1.

 

For example, if your basic objective is for students to “demonstrate understanding” of the passage you are teaching, then you will need to explain how they will do that.

Objective: [e.g., Demonstrate an understanding of (Scripture passage) by…(Explain how the student will demonstrate understanding of the passage as a result of your lesson.)]

 

Learning Readiness Activity:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Based on the discussion in Chapter 5 of Wilhoit & Ryken’s Effective Bible Teaching, what is the genre of your Bible passage, and how does this affect the way you understand and teach your passage?

 

 

3. Based on the discussion in Chapter 6 of Wilhoit & Ryken’s Effective Bible Teaching, answer the following questions:

 

a. Discuss the topic and theme (“big idea”) of your Bible passage. Pay close attention to the discussion and examples in your textbook.

 

 

 

 

b. Explain how each sentence of your Bible passage relates to the big idea you formulated above. 

 

 

 

4. Based on the discussion in Chapter 7 of Wilhoit & Ryken’s Effective Bible Teaching, discuss how you will “bridge the gap” from the world of your biblical passage to the world of your audience. Refer to the section in the chapter titled “The Bible Teacher as Translator.” You may also refer to the Yount textbook.

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