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Theology II Assignments
Look up a list of currently popular songs, and pick 5. For each do the following:
Please do the presentations in Google Slides and share it with email@example.com
There should be 2 slides for each song:
Please censor the lyrics, so we can show them in class!
Due Date: Monday, April 11 by 8:00 AM
The following requirements must be met for current Sophomore to be recommended for Junior Theology Track 1:
There are only a total of 30 seats available for Junior Track 1.
Being recommended does not guarantee a spot. Sometimes, because of rostering issues (often due to elective choices), it is not possible to be placed in the recommended track.
Due Date: Monday, March 14
Find 10 recent articles (within the last two years) on issues relating to the Ten Commandments (one article for each Commandment).
This can be done in Word/Docs or PowerPoint/Slides. Students will present one of their articles to the class.
A complete rubric can be found here.
For the Paschal Mystery Lesson, students will have an option of projects to choose from:
1) Students are to present to the class a 5-10 minute lesson on the Shroud of Turin. Students are free to use any method they wish for the presentation, but the more creative, the higher the grade will be. Some examples are: Power Point presentation, SMART Board Presentation, video interview, etc... Students are also to hand in a paper with their name and a one-paragraph summary of their presentation. A rubric can be found here.
2) Students are to present to the class a 5-10 minute lesson on Roman crucifixion and scourging. Students are free to use any method they wish for the presentation, but the more creative, the higher the grade will be. Some examples are: Power Point presentation, SMART Board Presentation, video interview, etc... Students are also to hand in a paper with their name and a one-paragraph summary of their presentation. A rubric can be found here.
3) Students are to submit research paper, comprising of 4 (track 2) or 5 (track 1) double-spaced typed pages comparing and contrasting the Passion narratives in the four Gospels. Include a Works Cited page, and follow proper MLA format. Paper will be graded on quality of research, correct citation format, and grammar. 4 page papers must have at least 3 different sources, and 5 page papers must have at least 4 different ones. A rubric can be found here.
4) Students are to find 5 pieces of art (painting, sculpture, mosaic...) depicting events in the Passion narrative, and research them. They are to explain to the class who the artist was, when they created it, what medium it is, what artist is trying to depict, and what emotions they are trying to elicit. They should also say if it is theologically correct or not. A rubric can be found here.
5) Students are to create their own work of art depicting some event from the Passion narrative. They must present it to the class and be prepared to explain the meaning behind it. A rubric can be found here.
Due date: Wednesday, January 27
There will be a test on the Christ Our Light notes on Thursday, December 10.
Students are to use social media as a way to communicate to people some idea about Jesus being the Messiah (for example, that He loves them, that He died for them, that He saved them...).
Some acceptable forms of could be: a blog, a web page, a YouTube video, a FaceBook page, a Twitter account, Instagram, or a Tumbler account.
Due Date: Tuesday, November 10
There will be a test on the first lesson (The Goodness of Creation) on Wednesday, October 7.
Print out the Classroom Contact and have it signed.
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