Setting Tone for
Checklist for Passage to Honor
Day A1 Day A2
Validation of Learning
Day B1 Day B2
Day B3 Day B4
B--Unit Finale of Story
telling and FOOD.
Learning - Have students
assemble their Achieving Honor activities and Principles and Passage projects into
booklet form which becomes a portfolio of the unit.
Make posters or large computer print-outs of each of the eight life principles
featured during Week B. Display them in the classroom.
Weeks Theme: Honor
- Giving and achieving honor
- Plains & Eastern Indians
- Story telling
- Jesus' early ministry
- Interjections and conjunctions
The students will be challenged to achieve honor by completing
rigorous tasks throughout this two week study. They are listed to begin in Week B.
You decide if your students should begin completing these tasks in Week A or Week
and Handgame to
be used for recess and Project days.
Extension Idea: Have students choose a person
from the church congregation or the neighborhood that they think should be honored.
(Maybe for their Christian joy, encouragement or some form of service.) Have a
plaque made or create a certificate of appreciation and frame it to present to this person
during a church service (or at some other public meeting--like Home and School). A
corsage or boutonniere would also be appropriate. Students can give the speeches,
etc. Giving honor to someone else is a great culminating activity.
|Bulletin Board Ideas:
- Honor is what you show
when others turn their backs.
- Honor is never taken, but
always given. (Michael
- He who lives without principles dies without honor.
- Do not speak against your neighbor until you have
walked in his moccasins for seven suns. Indian Proverb