"Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God' Can Be Fun! Plus More Great Lessons!
If you ONLY want lessons for the sermon "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," click HERE
for a packet that includes everything below except the last 5 resources with dashes beside them.
This unit is one of my favorites because this unit takes literature that many students find cumbersome and turns it into something engaging and fun. This lesson packet includes the following:
- Step-by-step instructions
- Excerpt from "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" by Jonathan Edwards
- 2 versions of reading quiz with 10 true/false questions with answer key to accompany excerpt
- 2 versions of reading quiz with 10 true/false questions with answer to accompany the full sermon if you choose this option for higher-level classes.
- Hands-on activity involving play-doh and figurative language - examples are provided
- Drawing activity to accompany listening to short excerpt - link included with exact time to start recording.
- Vocabulary practice handout with answer key
- Final test in 2 versions with answer key
- All quizzes and test versions are included in an editable PowerPoint in case you wish to make changes.
- A before and after creative writing activity that is relevant to what they have learned during this lesson. It connects to a funny show - link and information provided.
- "The Beauty of the World" by Jonathan Edwards
- An informational text excerpt from a ciography article about Edwards
- "First Impressions" activity comparing the various texts in this unit.
- "Make a Difference" slip connecting the unit to real life.
- Expository writing scaffolded mini-lesson
The multiple activities in this packet get the students reading, talking, creating, writing, comparing, analyzing, thinking, drawing, sculpting, and maybe even laughing a little. You won't be disappointed!
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