Meets Students’ Learning Styles zLinguistic zLogical-Mathematical zSpacial zKinesthetic zMusical zInterpersonal zIntrapersonal zNatural In addition, your activity bank offers even more resources to meet individual student needs.
Multiple Intelligence Theory
Answer for Yourself: zHow do you like to learn? zHow did you learn the alphabet? To drive? zWhat learning styles do you use in the classroom ? zHow do your students respond to different teaching strategies?
Solid Content zCatechist development zScripture zIllustrations related to lessons/scripture zConnections to social justice zHeroes of the Faith zLiturgical connections zMedia connections
Family Piece zNotify parents/guardians of content zSuggestions for home activities zOpportunity for students to carry the lesson home
Opportunities for Review zTable of contents lists all faith statements zGlossary of terms zReview/reflection at the end of each lesson zTest generator zBlack line copies zUse of website:
Preparing the Lessons zAmbience zUse of music zPrayer setting zIntroduction of faith statement zScripture reading zClass discussion/reflection zResponse zLiturgical connection
In addition: zIdeas for social teachings connections/service projects zIdeas for home discussion zIdeas for liturgical year zDiscussion of saints zReflection of meaning of lesson in cultural context.