Object and Outline Teaching; A Guide Book for Sunday-School Workers. Designed to Explain, Defend, and Exemplify the Use of Objects, the Blackboard, Maps, and Pictures in Sunday-School Teaching

Object and Outline Teaching; A Guide Book for Sunday-School Workers. Designed to Explain, Defend, and Exemplify the Use of Objects, the Blackboard, Maps, and Pictures in Sunday-School Teaching

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1871 edition. Excerpt: ... study awakened in the minds of his pupils. CHAPTER X. PRACTICAL EXERCISES. L TEXT LESSON. rFlHE simplest class of Blackboard lessons is the--Text Lesson. It is an arrangement of a text of Scripture upon the board in such a way as to impress upon the scholars the whole text, or one or more points in the text to which it is desired to call especial attention. This is done by breaking the text into proper portions; by printing the prominent words or thoughts in different colors and larger letter; by omitting prominent words, substituting dashes; or by two or more of these methods at once. However, any portion of Scripture, written across a board in plain character, is, properly, a Text Lesson. The following exercises exemplify this class: No. 1. Behold the LAMB of GOD, which taketh away the Sin of the World! John i. 21. No. a. 1. Behold 2. The LAMB of God, Which taketh away 3. the Sin of the World! No. 4. Saith the LORD, Though your SINS be as Scarlet, They shall be as White as Snow; Though they be Red like Crimson, They shall be as Wool! Isa. i. 18. 1. What our Souls are. 2. What they may be. 3. How and by whom changed. 1. What our Souls are.--Sinful, very sinful. Scarlet and red, the brightest colors, are used as the figure of them. These can be seen a great way off, they show so distinctly. So our sins show out plainly to God, to our fellows, to ourselves, if we search our hearts. They are not hidden, nor covered, but seen and known of all. (1.) Scarlet is a lasting, a "fast," color; it does not easily fade, and is difficult to remove. So our sins cleave to us; they are hard to shake off; nothing, no person, can remove them; their stain and their guilt abide upon us. 2. What our Souls may be.--White as? or, as? The snow flakes, when...show more

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  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 118g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236574974
  • 9781236574978