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Biblical Worldview Integration Planner

1. Subject : ________________________
Language Art Grade 7 / 8 Reference(s): _________________ Grade:_____________ Date: _____________
Teacher: ________________________
Mrs. Chima School: ______________________
MDIS Contact:
Grade 7 ____________________________
/8 Date:_________________

2. Lesson or Unit Objective/Outcome 7. INTEGRATION PLAN 4. Biblical Worldview


underline thinking level and circle academic content Component
How does the academic content
Demonstrate the ability to recite poetry effectively.
connect with the bigger picture of:
Read: Corinthians 14:15-19

Paul expresses concern that he speak in a way that GOD


people will understand and learn. 15 - I will pray with CREATION
the spirit and I will also pray with understanding.....16. HUMANITY
How does the academic conte
Otherwise..how will....the uninformed say "Amen" at MORAL ORDER
your giving of thanks, since he does not understand PURPOSE
3. Lesson Plan what you say?....19....I would rather speak five words
a) Set [gets students “set” for learning] with my understanding, that I may teach others also, Select one.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQgz2AhHaQg - Sarah Kay than ten thousand words in a tongue.
reciting - If I had Daughter
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfrlYx0-B7E Marie Foolchand 5. Specific Biblical
reciting I am the People The Mob Responsibility of the speaker:
b) Delivery [outline of lesson plan]
Truth
1. To understand that the gift of speech is from God, to be integrated
1.Discuss what students felt when listening to the and only given to humans; the gift of speech must be
poems or the feelings the speaker expressed. used in a way that is
2. To understand that people were created to interesting, pleasing, and
2. Discuss what students thought about poem itself and communicate with each other in ways that are clear, effective in the delivery of
the DELIVERY of the poem interesting, descriptive the message
3. Ask students to think about 2 specific ways each of 3. To understand that speech can take many forms,
them will incorporate into their own poetry recitation / one of which is poetry recitation.
delivery style in the following stages:
a. the preparatory / rehearsal stage, 4. To understand that as human beings we have the
b. actual recitation. responsibility to speak clearly and in a way which is
interesting to the listener and effective in getting the 6. Biblical Worldview
4. Why do they think effective delivery of poems are message across.
necessary. Integration Objective
1. Pleasing to the listener TL: Students will understand that
2. Call to action
3. Effective delivery of message in poem
4. Listeners are able to understand the message
5. Sometimes a thought / message requires a different vehicle SBT: the gift of speech must be used in a way
of delivery - writing, oration, proverbs, poems. And if a poem that is interesting, pleasing, and effective
has a praiseworthy message then it becomes the in the delivery of the message
responsibility of the speaker to deliver it well
c) Closing [recap, transition or assignment, etc.]
AC: through a lesson on poetry recitation.
. Students are going to pick one poem from the 6 done last
week and recite it to the class.
8. Post-Lesson Comments:
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Biblical Worldview Focus Question:


effective poetry recitation
How does _______________________________________________ connect with the bigger picture of
(the Academic Content of this lesson)

God [the nature, character and role of God]?


God created us in His own image. God is clearly a communicating God. He has used language to make His thoughts and
intentions known to people since the beginning of human history.,

Creation [what is made and sustained by God]?


Ability to speak differentiates man from animals. Genesis 2:18-20

Humanity [who and what humans are]?


God controls man's ability to speak and to be understood - Genesis 11:1,7,9 - At the Tower of Babel.

Moral Order [moral behavior and responsibility]?


Our speech must be used for good.
Ephesians 4:29 - our speech is to be but what is good for necessary edification that it may impart grace to the hearers.

Purpose [the intention and meaning of all that exists]?


The ability to use the gift of speech well and effectively

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• Knowledge: list, tell, identify, show, label, collect, examine, tabulate, quote, name, etc.
• Comprehension: summarize, describe, associate, distinguish, estimate, differentiate, explain in their own words,
discuss, articulate, etc.
• Application: apply, demonstrate, calculate, complete, illustrate, show, solve, modify, relate, change, use, classify,
experiment, etc.
• Analysis: analyze, separate, order, connect, classify, arrange, divide, compare, contrast, select, determine,
decipher, predict, interpret, infer, etc.
• Synthesis: combine, integrate, modify, rearrange, substitute, plan, create, design, invent, compose, formulate,
generalize, etc.
• Evaluation: assess, decide, rank, grade, test, measure, recommend, convince, select, judge, defend, discriminate,
support, conclude, etc.