Category Archives: Teaching Embellishments

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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Modeling a story for children’s education: 4-10-17

I watched a video called Make it Tell it Write it DVD, hosted by storyteller Donald Davis. Here are some additional notes about a topic he covered on modeling a story. This information can be useful for primary teachers, young … Continue reading

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Education and storytelling for children:

I watched a video called Make it Tell it Write it DVD, hosted by storyteller Donald Davis. I took notes about a topic he covered of education and storytelling for children. This information can be useful for primary teachers, young … Continue reading

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Time out: 

I heard an object lesson that taught an important principle at church one day. The topic could be a great topic for a blog. The comment was made about just like children given timeout so they can think about their … Continue reading

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LDS media:

These are notes from a Book of Mormon symposium I attend about a while ago. Any misinformation is the fault of the note taker. TV: America unearthed was on the history Channel that talked about mysterious wonders. Kel Goodman made … Continue reading

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Aztec culture:

These are notes from a Book of Mormon symposium I attend about a while ago. Any misinformation is the fault of the note taker. Some say that the origin of the Aztec began around the 7th century. Jacob 1:73 4 … Continue reading

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Hopewell centers:

I attended an Emergency Preparedness / Book of Mormon conference and these are some notes about archeology of the Hopewell culture. Located in the Great Lakes area Alma 62:20 – 24, At night the Nephities infiltrate the city. People are … Continue reading

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New Millennial science

I attended an Emergency Preparedness / Book of Mormon conference and these are some note from a lecture from a scientist. Nothing shall be withheld: Presenter managed the nation’s atomic clock for about 24 years in Colorado. Book: it’s about … Continue reading

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History of the Bible: 

This information was provided by a book collector who gave a lecture about some of his collection. He has been in the business for several decades. Any misinformation is the fault of the note taker. Bibles not available in 1247 … Continue reading

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