This quiz will help you to review the basic criteria for writing objectives. You are encouraged to answer the questions based on what you remember from the video class session, but feel free to refer to your student manual notes. The time allowed to complete the quiz is 15 minutes. You may take this quiz as often as you like up until the due date/time. The attempt with the highest point value will be recorded in the grade book.
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The source of satisfaction for every need a child may have is (answer found on page 52 of your student manual)…CorrectIncorrect
The minimum number of times you should read from your Bible when teaching a Bible lesson (spell out your answer).CorrectIncorrect
Peter’s sermon found in Acts 2:36-37 (ESV) provides a good example of knowing, feeling, and doing objectives being achieved. Match the bold/italicized words from the following text with the type of objective being met.
“Let all the house of Israel therefore know for certain that God has made him both Lord and Christ, this Jesus whom you crucified. Now when they heard this they were cut to the heart, and said to Peter and the rest of the apostles, ‘Brothers, what shall we do?’…So those who received his word were baptized…”
- knowledge was gained
- attitude was affected
- action was taken
"they were cut to the heart"
"they received his word and were baptized"
When teaching a Growth Bible Lesson, it is not appropriate to give an invitation for the unsaved child.CorrectIncorrect
In a Bible lesson, this is the best place to captivate the attention of the children and the worst place to lose it.CorrectIncorrect
Christian growth objectives are written with the needs of the _______ child in mind.CorrectIncorrect
Every objective has a verb and a ____________. (Those parts of the sentence which answer the questions To whom? Where? When? How? What? etc.. What term is used for those specifics?CorrectIncorrect
The Wonder Time segment is a required component of the Good News Club® program.CorrectIncorrect
The word __________ means to say the same thing, to see sin as God sees it, to admit that the sin committed was just that–sin.CorrectIncorrect
The steps involved in the process of sound biblical interpretation include (choose each correct answer)…CorrectIncorrect