Extensive presentation to use with Part I of the New Testament Acquiring Spiritual Knowledge lesson
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The last week of Seminary repeat part of the lesson you did the first day of seminary.
When I teach New Testament, I like to contrast and compare the testimonies of the apostles during the Meridian of Time with the testimonies of present-day apostles.
Some seminary teachers might like to have this script for a “recap” of some of the events of the last week in the Savior’s life.
You can get information about the current apostles from the following sources.
A fun Seminary game
Get your students to "dig" into their scriptures.
Your students will love this fun activity!
We did this as a fireside, so it is good for youth who have varying levels of knowledge of the New Testament. They really enjoyed it.
For the New Testament year, I use “Journey to the Light”, using lighthouses and boats as decorations.
A great idea for a bulletin board
I found a useful website that gives pronunciations for Bible names. It even verbalizes it for you!
Here is a combined NT Pacing Guide, Scripture Block (both from teachers manual) and Table of Contents (from student manual).
Engaging resources for the NT
Links for some wonderful articles
A recipe for unleavened bread and another wonderful book
Just thought I’d share with you a couple of my favorite new books by Richard Holzapfel.
The volume is a sterling collection of fourteen essays by Latter-day Saint scholars who present up-to-the minute research and analysis on the last days of the Savior’s life.
You’ve studied the Old Testament. You’ve studied the New Testament. But what do you know about the five hundred years between these sacred books?
Some of the best books to help in understanding the New Testament
A wealth of great resources
I highly recommend books by Alfred Edersheim.
The definitive work on the life of the Savior and understanding the four gospels.
This is a 19 week outline for teaching the four gospels in harmony.
I have taught all of the gospels as a harmony.
A wonderful resource that places the four gospels in chronological harmony in parallel columns
A great resource by Bruce R. McConkie
I have taught New Testament twice and both times I have taught not only the Epistles in chronological order, but I have interrupted the study of the book of Acts by the Epistles when they were written.
A list of items to go along with MarGene Von Forell’s lessons is given below.
Summer is great time to do as many of these kinds of activities as time permits.
A great way to stay organized
Keep everything intact in your folders so when you teach OT in four years, you’ll be ready to go!
A fun way to get students excited about the upcoming Seminary year
Here is a set of 18 bookmarks by Jackie Mitchell for a variety of NT topics.
New Testament Seminary Student Guide suggested reading list in bookmark form
Attached are New Testament Trading cards.
Scripture chains can be found in the Gospel Doctrine New Testament Class Member Study Guide.
New Testament Trading Cards
Life of Christ Chronology Chart
Here is a list from various sources of Mind Stickers – objects that stick in your mind, reminding your students of a lesson principle or episode.
A wonderful resource
Here is a list of current (July 2012) videos available through the Mormon Messages channel, listed by topic.
Articles found in the Ensign from 1985-2003 regarding New Testament Topics
A list of images found in the Ensign from 1985-2003 with New Testament scripture references
A pacing guide with scripture blocks coordinated with the DoDDS-Europe schedule
Nice New Testament images
Monthly Scripture Reading & SM Memorization Chart
A list of suggested uses for the Special Witness of Christ video
Below are the notes I made to help trigger my memory about each testimony and the subjects it might apply to.
CES List of Resources for Revelation 1
Scripture Block could be I Corinthians 13
Wonderful notes for a speech by W. Jeffrey Marsh
This was one of my favorite hours. Scripture block: Throughout the 4 Gospels
Remarks by Elder Holland to Seminary Teachers
Great insights into the story of the Prodigal Son
Helps for Your First Five Days of Teaching
113 New Testament Questions
A fun Seminary version of Apples to Apples
For a review of Revelations, we are designing a mural.
Use the Numbered Chairs Game as an end of the year review.
A fun game to review all of Paul’s epistles
Your class will love this game!
This is a review of the Life of Christ in the form of a Who Wants To Be A Millionaire game.
A fun way to review the book of Acts
This game is to be used for a review game at the end of the book of Acts.
A wonderful way to review the life of Christ
A good combination of a fun game and reinforcing the concepts that have been covered
Get your students involved with this fun quiz!
A fun way to cover Luke 7-9
An engaging way to review Luke 2-4
What do the traditional symbols used at Christmas have to do with the Birth of Christ? Find out here.
A fun review game for Matt 5-18, Mark 3-8, Luke 4-10 and John 5-6
Here are some Questions that we are going to use as a review for our Scripture Chase Night.
My students enjoyed this fun review.
A Quiz for New Testament Unit 1
A fun way to review Matt 16, Mark 8, Luke 10 & John 6
The following quiz corresponds with Video #4 and contains the questions that are printed in the Video Guide.
Great ideas for making the Armor of God your NT Theme
We’ve chosen to make these candles for our class. We’ve attached a tag that has the SM Matt 5:14-16 (the light of the world).
New Testament version of the board game of Cranium
Scripture Dig for the New Testament
I used these questions in conjunction with the fun version of the New Testament Family Feud Game (Alternate Rules) where the whole team gets a chance to score extra points by answering the SM questions with each round.
A variation of the Family Feud rules that is far faster moving and gets everyone participating
A New Testament version of Concentration (as seen on TV years ago)
New Testament version of the TV Show Game of Pyramid
Based on the Popular TV Show
Family Feud Review Game: New Testament Edition
Two Powerpoint presentations of Jeopardy made especially for the New Testament
A New Testament version of the game of Taboo
A New Testament version of the game of TriBond