Category Archives: Teaching Embellishments

One person can make a difference:

Just as object lessons and humor can teach values so can personal stories. What better examples are there to tap into than real people who made a big influence upon the world. Depending upon the time allotment of the class … Continue reading

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What Jokes can teach pt. 2

This section is dedicated to presenting some jokes to support a theme.  This is a continuation from last week.  I found these jokes on the internet. I couldn’t find any authors of these jokes. A joke can be used to … Continue reading

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What Jokes can teach pt. 1: 6-5-17

This section is dedicated to presenting some jokes to support a theme.  I found these on the internet. I couldn’t find any authors of these jokes. A joke can be used to support a stereotype or to break one. Theme: … Continue reading

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Making it personal through humor

In teaching, I enjoy it when I see an instructor who establishes a personal bond with their class or audience. Often this can be done by telling personal stories. Teachers can show he or she is one of us and … Continue reading

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Be careful of our distractions: 

I heard an important observation of the Bible reference to Peter walking on water. The scriptures reference three times of the disciples seeing Christ walking on water. Peter asks to join him and Christ reaches out his hand. Peter walks … Continue reading

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Abuse of Natives American archeological sites:

I attended a Book Of Mormon conference / Preparedness Fair and took notes on this lecture. There is a building list of evidence that some Native Americans originated from Jewish ancestry. Here is a list of useful info and some … Continue reading

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Messages in the mirror are like scriptures:  

If you take a hot shower, steam will appear on your mirror. The steam on the mirror is made up of water molecules. These tiny drops of water stick together on the mirror because of a force called surface tension. … Continue reading

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Taking care of yourself: 

I went to a presentation at church and took some notes. Any misinformation is the fault of the note taker. Nothing you do outside can fix your inside. Want you to help you, bring out your beauty. God does not … Continue reading

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Undeniable marks of a universal flood:

I attended a Book of Mormon / preparedness conference. I listened to a lot of lectures on a science called the Universal model. It presents an alternate explanation to the creation of the earth and how rocks are created. Here … Continue reading

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What is a paradigm? 

What you have experienced will influence how you filter and interpret things. Here is an object lesson to teach this concept. Ask your students what is the worth of two dimes? They will say 20 cents, as this is the … Continue reading

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