Mistaken Identity? (Teacher's Manual)
Designed to be used in conjunction with the student handbook, the teacher's manual is a flexible resource deliberately intended to be used in a wide range of teaching situations. Lesson aims and outcomes, the key learning ideas and suggestions for...
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Designed to be used in conjunction with the student handbook, the teacher's manual is a flexible resource deliberately intended to be used in a wide range of teaching situations. Lesson aims and outcomes, the key learning ideas and suggestions for extentions are all clearly given
The gospel of Mark is particularly concerned with correctly identifying Jesus of Nazareth. Who is the real Jesus? Mistaken Identity? aims to help students navigate their way through Mark's narrative, picking up the major concerns and drawing attention to its essential message.
^Mistaken Identity? follows the life of Jesus and examines the claims he made about himself. The great mystery of the Christ is revealed, God's suffering servant walks willingly to the cross and lays down his life for us all.
^^"Simon Smart has given us a brilliant tool for discovering Mark's Gospel in the classroom. I am using Mistaken Identity in with year 7 boys with a range of academic ability. All of them enjoy the variety of activities and tasks in the workbook and get a useful grip on how Mark shows us who Jesus is and what they ought to do about that"
- Matt Pickering, Chaplain, SHORE school, North Sydney
Simon Smart is Executive Director of the Centre for Public Christianity. A former English and History teacher, Simon has a Masters in Christian Studies from Regent College, Vancouver. He has years of experience writing and editing both academic curricula and popular books. He is the author of For God's Sake: An Atheist, a Jew, a Christian and a Muslim Debate Religion, and editor of A Spectator's Guide to Worldviews. His writing has appeared in such places as The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, the ABC, The Australian, and The Guardian.