Walking Tour of Crown Point
Walking Tour of Crown Point

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Discipline With Purpose

Throughout the second grade year the students and I will spend time studying some self-discipline skills that will help students function well with others and help them understand the expectations of parents, teachers, and other students.  A better understanding of expectations leads to a more comfortable learning environment for the students.  Most of the time when there are disruptions or disagreements among people, it's because expectations are not being met.  The skills are also connected to people or narratives found in Scripture, so the strengthening of faith is also an element of this program.

 

 

Asking Questions

What is the criteria for asking a good question?

  • One that hasn't been asked before.
  • One the speaker hasn't already told us something about.
  • One other people might also need answered.
  • One that makes the speaker feel comfortable and not ill at ease.
  • One that helps people think.

Students will practice asking good questions these next two weeks.

Our good example from Scripture about asking good questions is the story of the Wise Men searching for Jesus from Matthew 2:1-12.

 

Mission Statement

A family growing together, learning God's Word, serving our neighbor to witness Christ's love

Theme:  God's Word Stands Forever.          "The grass withers, the flowers fade, but the Word of our God stands forever." Isaiah 40:8       

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