Tag Archive: Teacher (adults)

2014 Scripture Reading Chart

Here is the 2014 scripture reading chart reading “I have read the scriptures every day in 2014”!  Enjoy! With or without scripture image.   Also available as a plain 2 per page version.  

Scripture Tweet Worksheet

This file can be used to have students summarize For example:  “Imagine you are Enos.  What would you tweet about your experience with prayer.” or “Imagine you are one of the shepherds who saw angels at Christ’s birth.  What would you tweet?” You can even ask students to draw a picture they may have snapped to go along with the tweet.

Christ Silhouette

This is a silhouett version of the Christus Statue with some alterations for ease of printing.

1845 Proclamation – D&C 124

I am subbing in Sunday School this week, and I think I am going to use the 1845 proclamation referenced in the text to teach a little gospel doctrine.  I may not.  Still deciding :) At any rate, here are a couple of handout versions you could use in your classroom.  I’ve broken the document out into sections to make it easier to locate certain passages during teaching.  For example,…
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LDS Dispensations Handout

This LDS dispensations handout is based on the super cool walkthrough at http://gospeldoctrineplus.blogspot.com/2010/01/as-memory-aid-for-chronol… .  Sister Jensen’s image and idea make it easy to visualize the major gospel dispensations.   I changed some of the dates and a few other typographical errors.  I also added the definition of a dispensation from the Encyclopedia of Mormonism. What is a dispensation? “Dispensations” are … time periods in which the Lord placed on the earth…
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And I did liken all scriptures unto [myself] … Jenny’s Apply poster

I am planning to use this handout to help my Seminary students learn to apply the scriptures to their lives. To me, “likening” the scriptures to ourselves applies to our lives in 3 ways — applying that scripture to a past feeling or experience, a present activity , trial, temptation, or relationship, or a future activity, trial, temptation, or relationship. I’m hoping that this visual aid will help students drill…
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Time During the New Testament

This handout shows what is meant by the sixth hour of the day or the watches of the night as mentioned in the New Testament. The Roman clock, or time of day, was divided into 12 hours (Latin horae) of light and 12 hours of darkness. Since the length of the sunlight varied with the seasons this also meant that the length of the hour changed – with shorter hours…
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