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Doctrine and Covenants Scripture Mastery Poster – Pioneer Themed

This D&C Scripture Mastery poster is based on the way that I started tracking scripture mastery last year. I found it was easier for me to track SM by scripture reference instead of student, because I could glance at the poster and see immediately which SM passages everyone had passed off and which ones no one had worked on. I had a similar BoM version of this poster printed at…
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5 Day A Week Scripture Mastery Helps -D&c

Downloaded from: http://nwseminaryshare.weebly.com/home/5-day-a-week-scripture-mastery-helps-dc If the two images here do not work, click on the links at the bottom.  I have also added this link on the website to the last blog post if that did not open the PDF for you.   As Seminary teachers, we know scripture mastery is important, and we should do a little scripture mastery every day.  But most teachers are overwhelmed with the thought of…
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Scripture Mastery Ideas-Part 1

Downloaded from: http://seminaryatsixam.blogspot.com/2013/09/scripture-mastery-ideas-part-1.html “To memorize a scripture is to forge a new friendship.It is like discovering a new individual who can help in time of need, give inspiration and comfort and a source of motivation for a needed change.”-Elder Richard G Scott-This quote by Elder Scott is one I use when teaching my students the importance of Scripture Mastery. Last year as an end of year gift, I printed this quote…
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Universal Book of Mormon Scripture Mastery Poster

This is a universal Book of Mormon scripture mastery poster for use in your Seminary classroom.  This poster is different than what I’ve done before in that I am going by scripture mastery passage instead of student.  Each scripture reference is represented by the text of the passage written on the “sealed” portion of a set of plates.  Students will write their name on the blank area of a set…
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