The Materials for The Story of the Old Testament
Builds off of the Student Activities Manual and its emphasis on observation and guides students to take the next step in the process of the Bible Study method: connecting their observations to proper interpretation. When all of the individual narratives fit into the one big unfolding story of Scripture, its relevance and application to the New Testament believer becomes clear.
Engages students with multiple teaching strategies rather than sticking to one dry lecture style. The Teacher’s Edition is packed full of rich content clearly aligned with scaffolded objectives and a focus on interpretation and appropriate application. It correlates with the Student Text so that teachers have a guide for teaching the Creation, Fall, Redemption approach in contrast to teaching the Bible from a moralistic or allegorical approach.
Introduces students to a simple Bible Study Method: Observe (what the text says), Interpret (what the text means), and Apply (what the text means for life). As an integral part of the course, students will begin to learn some basic observation skills as they complete their Scripture reading assignments while a Prayer Journal guides them to pray scripturally and specifically. Additionally, Scripture memory verses reinforce the lessons they have learned.
Provides overprint answers for ease of grading.
Assesses students questions that are aligned with scaffolded objectives.
Enables quick location of answers according to page numbers provided in addition to overprint answers.