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Stories For Interactive Assemblies

Nigel Bishop

Stories For Interactive Assemblies

Nigel Bishop

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Fifteen easy-to-tell stories combining biblical teaching with contemporary storytelling. Set within the world of the classroom, each story has its roots in one of Jesus parables. Primary children of all ages will recognize themselves and their classmates in these stories and, through this, will relate to the underlying message that is the essence of the parable. Follow-up questions help children to keep thinking and talking beyond assembly and into the classroom.

- Publisher Stories for Interactive Assemblies contains ten vibrant retellings of popular parables, such as The Two Builders and The Official who Refused to Forgive. But these are retellings with a difference. Primary children of all ages will recognise themselves and their classmates in the stories and relate to the essence of the parable. Each story is followed by suggestions for questions, designed to get the children thinking and talking about some of the issues raised by each one. Each assembly outline is topped and tailed by a theme to help direct the teacher towards the main teaching objective of the story, and a prayer or reflection and suggested song to close the assembly if desired. Each unit also contains a teacher's page giving the Bible reference for the original parable and information to link the teaching to PSHE/Citizenship and the National Framework for RE or local SACRE guidelines.

- Publisher "Stories for Interactive Assemblies" contains ten vibrant retellings of popular parables, such as "The Two Builders and The Official who Refused to Forgive". But these are retellings with a difference. Primary children of all ages will recognise themselves and their classmates in the stories and relate to the essence of the parable. Each story is followed by suggestions for questions, designed to get the children thinking and talking about some of the issues raised by each one. Each assembly outline is topped and tailed by a theme to help direct the teacher towards the main teaching objective of the story, and a prayer or reflection and suggested song to close the assembly if desired. Each unit also contains a teacher's page giving the Bible reference for the original parable and information to link the teaching to PSHE/Citizenship and the National Framework for RE or local SACRE guidelines.

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About "Stories For Interactive Assemblies"

Fifteen easy-to-tell stories combining biblical teaching with contemporary storytelling. Set within the world of the classroom, each story has its roots in one of Jesus parables. Primary children of all ages will recognize themselves and their classmates in these stories and, through this, will relate to the underlying message that is the essence of the parable. Follow-up questions help children to keep thinking and talking beyond assembly and into the classroom.
- Publisher

Stories for Interactive Assemblies contains ten vibrant retellings of popular parables, such as The Two Builders and The Official who Refused to Forgive. But these are retellings with a difference. Primary children of all ages will recognise themselves and their classmates in the stories and relate to the essence of the parable. Each story is followed by suggestions for questions, designed to get the children thinking and talking about some of the issues raised by each one. Each assembly outline is topped and tailed by a theme to help direct the teacher towards the main teaching objective of the story, and a prayer or reflection and suggested song to close the assembly if desired. Each unit also contains a teacher's page giving the Bible reference for the original parable and information to link the teaching to PSHE/Citizenship and the National Framework for RE or local SACRE guidelines.
- Publisher

"Stories for Interactive Assemblies" contains ten vibrant retellings of popular parables, such as "The Two Builders and The Official who Refused to Forgive". But these are retellings with a difference. Primary children of all ages will recognise themselves and their classmates in the stories and relate to the essence of the parable. Each story is followed by suggestions for questions, designed to get the children thinking and talking about some of the issues raised by each one. Each assembly outline is topped and tailed by a theme to help direct the teacher towards the main teaching objective of the story, and a prayer or reflection and suggested song to close the assembly if desired. Each unit also contains a teacher's page giving the Bible reference for the original parable and information to link the teaching to PSHE/Citizenship and the National Framework for RE or local SACRE guidelines.
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Meet the Author

Nigel Bishop

Nigel Bishop is Head Teacher at Keelby Primary School in Lincolnshire. His teaching career spans fifteen years. During this time, he has taught children from four to eleven years in a wide range of schools in Grimsby and Cleethorpes, trying to share with them his passion for experiential learning. Nigel is also a Methodist Lay Preacher and has used his communication skills in all-age worship as well as numerous school assemblies. He hopes that the stories he has used in schools and churches might reach and inspire a wider audience through their publication. Nigel lives in Grimsby with his wife, Jackie, their children Nicola and Jonathan, and Megan the dog. His early working years were spent on dairy, beef and arable farms in Derbyshire and Lincolnshire, followed by a period of pastoral and youth work for the Methodist Church in Derby. It was here that he felt drawn to a classroom vocation and converted his BSc degree in Agriculture into a PGCE teaching qualification and, subsequently, an MEd.

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  • Catalogue Code 248701
  • Product Code 1841014656
  • EAN 9781841014654
  • Pages 128
  • Department Ministry
  • Category Children's Ministry
  • Sub-Category Messages/devotions
  • Publisher Barnabas
  • Publication Date Sep 2006
  • Dimensions 198 x 130 x 12 mm

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