Biblical Concepts Of Reading The Bible

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This paper is my response to the question on Biblical concepts of reading. It is also my adapted Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP model) lesson plan. The most interesting and insightful biblical concept of reading the Bible was it is important to growth in knowledge and understanding of life and our responsibilities in it; the results of such reading can be obtained no other way. (Deuteronomy 17:19-20; Psalm 119:104, 130)(Haycock, R.C. (1993). This is exactly what, we as teachers, tries to strive to do when teaching our students to read. We want our students to understand what they are reading and how important it is to understand. To be a good reader you need to read and understand the concepts. This will help the students become a productive person in society. If you have the knowledge and understanding of what is going on in the world then you will have power and become successful. This is why teaching reading is so important to the students we teach. The Bible is a great resource for teacher who is struggling to understand what exactly is expected of them as teachers. It is a get tool to go and absorb yourself into after a long day in class. The Bible motivates and encourages you to go on and do the service GOD wants all of us to do.

Content Objective(s): SOL 5.5
The students will duplicate cell diagram and will be able to recognize the structure and organelles of both plant and animal cells The students will also be able to describe
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