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Mid-Term. January 30, 2013. Materials needed:. Pens – used for everything except what goes on Scantron # 2 lead pencils (sharpened) Used on Scantron . Avoid erasure. Make sure it is a #2 lead pencil. Parts. Short multiple choice type on Ch. 1-5 Short responses on: Night The Last Days

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mid term

Mid-Term

January 30, 2013

materials needed
Materials needed:
  • Pens – used for everything except what goes on Scantron
  • # 2 lead pencils (sharpened)

Used on Scantron. Avoid erasure.

Make sure it is a #2 lead pencil

parts
Parts
  • Short multiple choice type on Ch. 1-5
  • Short responses on:

Night

The Last Days

  • Essay (based on concepts studied in the text)
themes
Themes
  • Chapter 1: Identity and Autonomy
  • Chapter 2: Creativity, Learning and Growth
  • Chapter 3: Work
  • Chapter 4: Money and Possessions
  • Chapter 5: Suffering
for the essay
For the Essay
  • Chapter 6: Sexuality

(Since it is recent material)

pertinent pages ch 1
Pertinent pages – Ch. 1
  • 11, 23, 24

CONCEPTS

  • Being fully alive (potential to love and be loved)
  • Jesus as the way – models how to love God and neighbor; the Great Commandment
  • Christian freedom vs. license [seeing the big picture + responsibility instead of license]
  • Autonomous (direct our own lives and actions) but interdependent
pertinent pages ch 2
Pertinent pages – Ch. 2
  • 32-33, 39

CONCEPTS

  • Developing our full range of talents (St. Paul)
  • Creative impulse – people with vision like Jesus who make a positive difference in the world
  • The Genesis vision: Sabbath (as practiced by the Jewish people and particularly, Jesus)
pertinent pages ch 3
Pertinent pages – Ch. 3
  • 53-59

CONCEPTS

  • The dignity of work – where it comes from [JP2]
  • Genesis: Being God’s coworkers
  • Jesus: carpentry, teaching, preaching, healing
  • St. Paul: tentmaker
pertinent pages ch 3 cont d
Pertinent Pages – Ch. 3 cont’d.
  • Church documents –vocation to build up the world
  • JP2: We become more human though work
  • Meaning comes from the type of work we do and the way we do our work
pertinent pages ch 4
Pertinent Pages – Ch. 4
  • 77-83

CONCEPTS

  • Christian approach: unmasking illusions about money and possessions
  • Be wary – St. Paul “root of all evil”; also, St. James
  • Be free of being attached to it – Jesus

Can’t serve 2 masters; Where your treasure is, so is your heart

ch 4 continued
Ch. 4 continued
  • Different idea of ownership – the goods of the earth belong to all of us [Early Christians pooled resources]
  • Fair balance - St. Paul
  • Simplicity, Sharing, Equality
  • See the 4 Guidelines
pertinent pages chapter 5
Pertinent Pages – Chapter 5
  • 92-96

CONCEPTS

  • Job – Why do people suffer? Mystery
  • Thea Bowman
  • Jesus – compassion for those who suffer

suffering as redemptive, transformative

[Resurrection]

pertinent pages ch 6
Pertinent Pages – Ch. 6
  • 106-109; 114

CONCEPTS

  • Genesis: creation as good; made in God’s image = we are relational = we are made to love and be loved;

sexuality as a gift

  • Song of Songs – literal and allegorical levels
  • St. Paul – our bodies are “temples of the Holy Spirit”
ch 6 continued
Ch. 6 continued
  • Jesus – a whole person – free of gender stereotypes
  • Chastity
  • Sexual intercourse – for marriage – a permanent commitment
organization of essay into
Organization of essay: Into
  • Tried to grab reader’s interest
  • Contains a thesis statement
  • In this case, the statement would say that Jesus, the Church and the Scriptures help us to create a Christian lifestyle in regard to ________.
body paragraph
Body paragraph
  • This is the longest paragraph
  • It will contain several learnings from the chapter in question. You can say, first of all, secondly, a third point raised, etc.
  • It will have what is learned as well as the source. You can quote or paraphrase.

Example: We are made in God’s image. Reference to Genesis and the story of creation. Also tell what it means.

conclusion
Conclusion
  • Summary of your main points
length
Length
  • At least 3 paragraphs – can be more
  • The more specific you are, the better.

This also applies to the shorter answers.