The Integrated Studies lesson plans located here will be archived under one of the following subjects. All lesson plans are free for teachers, pastors, priests, church staff, or rabbi to use in classroom environments. Every lesson plan is copyrighted for the purpose of maintaining our unique collection. Most of the lesson plans included below are either composed, edited or written by Kathy Grimm. However, if you would like to contribute a lesson plan here for our visitors, contact the gallery staff at firstname.lastname@example.org We will give your ministry related web pages a reciprocal link, if your materials are approved. To insure the quality of our lesson plans we will include several alternative lesson plan templates that guest author’s may use as a guide when writing their own contributions. You must be a believer in The Apostles Creed and also employed or active in ministry activities in order to submit a lesson plan here. Although there are variety of categories, integrated studies lessons in our collection stress the importance of artistic or creative learning practices used to teach biblical truths. I will be uploading lessons soon so that visitors here may use them and also “see” how the templates look when these are filled out properly.
Our Lesson Plan Templates: Grade Specific: * Bible Story Template: 1rst-3rd grade * Topical Studies Template for 4th and 5th grade * A Biography Template for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade * The Read Aloud, DOK Template: preschool – 3rd grade * Topical Studies Template for 6th through 12th grade *
Our Basic Lesson Plan Templates: Read Aloud Template: Immersion Responses * Read Aloud Template: Involvement Responses * Read Aloud Template: Literacy and Artistic Connections *
Architecture: The study of structures for worship and meanings attributed to Christian architecture.
Archeology: The study of peoples and their cultures that are recorded in the Bible.
Art: The study of art methods in relationship to the production of traditional and contemporary practice among Christian artists.
Art History: The study of Christianity in both the folk arts and the fine arts.
The Bible as Literature: The study of the 66 books of the Bible in terms of literary style such as: poetry, history, parable, analogy etc…
Church History: Studies specifically addressing church history or individuals important to Christian church history.
Drama/Theater/Puppet Skits: Studies in performance reflecting either Biblical ideas, Christian tradition, stories, or characters.
Ethics: Biblical lessons based upon a set of principles and/or right conduct.
Etiquette: The practices and forms prescribed by either Christian social convention or by Biblical authority.
Evangelism: The study of the practice of spreading the Christian gospel.
Languages: In most cases, these lessons will focus on Biblical topics translated from Hebrew or Greek.
Music: Lessons covering hymnology, praise and worship music etc…
Prayers: Those lessons covering the practice of prayer, prayers found in the Bible, and contemplative lifestyles.
Recitation i.e. Memory Work: Lessons in the study of memorizing the scripture, actual scriptures that are beneficial to memorize under particular circumstances, and also the memorizing of literature that is Christian themed but not necessarily from the Bible.
Religious Publications/Books/Poetry: Those lesson plans including religious publications based upon the principles of the Christian faith.
Saints & Sinners: We will include under this category, important persons associated with the Universal Christian faith, the protestant church, or the catholic church or the Catholic faith in particular.
Science: An interesting collection of lesson plans making connections between God and His creation.
Stories From The Bible: Stories from the Bible that are adapted for specific age groups. Introduction to the 7 days of creation *
Sociology: The study of human social behavior, especially the study of the origins, organization, institutions, and development of human society from a Christian World View.
Theology and Church Doctrines: The study of the nature of God and religious truth; rational inquiry into religious questions.
Topical Studies in The Bible: Bible study/research specific to particular topics.
Vocabulary: The meanings and origins of words used in scripture or by Christian peoples.
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