Analysis Of Wilkinson 's Law Of The Learner

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1. Briefly describe Wilkinson’s law of the learner, then explain in more detail how this law affects the way you prepare and present your Bible lesson. The law of the learner states that as a teacher, we accept the responsibility of causing our students to learn. We should give all that we can to ensure that our students understand the content being taught, how to apply it and why it is being taught. Because I am responsible as the teacher, it is important that I pray and seek God’s guidance before I ever bring the lesson to the class. I need to research my passage and the surrounding content to ensure that I understand the correct context before I share this with the students. I need to be able to apply my passage, 1 John 3:16-18 to my life before I can teach this passage to my students. If my students fail to learn that this passage is about the showing the action of love, then I have failed to teach them. 2. Briefly describe Wilkinson’s law of expectation, then explain in more detail how this law affects the way you prepare and present your Bible lesson. The law of expectation states that we expect the best from everyone, about everything all the time; however this is not a true reality. Expectations impact everyone including their past, present and future. We expose our expectations through our attitudes and actions, whether we admit this or not. We affect others with our expectations whether good or bad. In my chosen passage, 1 John 3:16-18, we can see how God

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