The ninth grade was recently assigned a project on the Prophetic books of the Bible. It was assigned by Mrs. Codington, a teacher of many classes vital to anyone’s education, including, but not limited to, World Cultures, Christian History, and various sciences. Each student in the class was assigned a book, and was asked to write a paper including information about the author, an overview of the book, a key verse and the setting and theme. “This,” Mrs. Codington said, “is a major grade.” And how right she was.
This project was one fourth of the ninth graders major grades, the others being daily bible reading, the Old Testament test, and the New Testament test.
Personally, I found this project stimulating. Researching the book of Jonah was interesting and fun.