Lesson 25-27

Events to know: Lazarus being raised from the dead, the last supper, Palm Sunday, Jesus at Gethsemane, Jesus betrayal and death, appearances of Jesus after His resurrection,

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Lessons 22-24 (3-20)

People to Know: Caesar Augustus, Anna, Mary, Simeon, John the Baptist, Gabriel, Herod, Jesus, and Joseph

Vocabulary: Messiah, born again, grace, savior, baptism, disciples, and Pharisees

Things to Know:

How long would Jesus’s kingdom reign?

Events that occurred with the Wise Men: gifts, how did they find Jesus, encounter with Herod, how did they return

Jesus’s baptism: where, who performed the baptism

Jesus being tempted by Satan: what where the three temptations and how did Jesus respond

Conversation between Jesus and Nicodemus

Jesus changing water into wine

the parable of the Good Samaritan

the parable of the wise and foolish man

Jesus walking on water

Jesus healing Jairus’ daughter

Know the 12 disciples of Jesus

 

Test over Lessons 18-21

People to Know: Esther, Mordecai, Malachi, Daniel, Cyrus, Artaxerxes, Geshem, Zechariah, Sanballat, Nehemiah, Haman, Ezra, Haggai, Jeremiah, Nebuchadnezzar

Know the Hebrew names for Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego

Know the events of Daniel — how did he find favor with King Nebachadnezzar, why did he get thrown into the lion’s den, how did the king take it, what happened in the lion’s den

Know the events of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego

Know the event of Esther — what tribe were they from, what did Haman try to do and what ended up happening

Know the events with Nehemiah — what position did he hold, what was his prayer, how long did it take to rebuild the walls

Religion Test Lessons 14-17 (Friday, Jan. 30)

People to study: Ezekiel, Jeremiah, Nebuchadnezzer, Josiah, Manasseh, Hezekiah, Isaiah, Sennacherib, Elijah, Elisha, Ahab, Asa, Rehoboam, Ahijah

Know the succession of kings in Israel: how long did they reign as King and were they good or bad?

Know the story about Elijah and the two altars (one to God and one to Baal).

Know the conflict between Jeroboam and Rehoboam.

What happened to the Assyrians when they tried to take Jerusalem?

Lessons 10-13 Study Guide

People to Know: Agag, Eli, Samuel, Saul, David, Goliath, Jesse, Jonathan, Solomon, Uriah, Bathsheba, Nathan, Absalom, and Joab

Events to Know: Samuel’s parents and childhood; David’s encounter with Goliath; Saul’s death; David and Bathsheba; Absalom’s death; Solomon’s reign

Lessons 7-9 Study Guide

People: Joshua, Rahab, Samson, Sisera, Ruth, Deborah, Delilah, Ehud, Boaz, Naomi, Gideon

Know the process of how Jericho was captured.  What was the procedure that the children of Israel followed?

Know about the battle at Ai.  What was the procedure?  How many were killed?  What happened to the 5 Kings that hid in a cave?

How was Sisera defeated?

How did Gideon chose and divide his forces?  What did he arm them with? How many years of peace did this bring?

Know about Samson and his encounters with women.  How was Samson killed?

Where was Ruth from and where did she move to?  Who did she move with and why?

Who is Boaz to Ruth and what did he do for her?

Know the Family line of Jesus as listed in the story of Ruth worksheet.

Lessons 4-6 Test Study Guide

People to Know: Aaron, Moses, Gershom, Miriam, Joshua, Caleb, Zipporah, Yahweh

Vocabulary to Know: Passover, redeem, judge, prophet, consecrate, idol

Know how many commandments there are and how they were given to Moses.  What happened when Moses came down to present them to the children of Israel?

Know the events surrounding Moses’ death: how old, where, who buried him, how long did they mourn?

How many spies where sent by Moses to spy on the promised land?  What did they come back and report?  How did the children of Israel respond to the information?  How did God respond to the children of Israel?

Know about the events in Moses life: what happened when he was born, under what circumstances did he leave Egypt, under what circumstances did he return?

What kind of conditions where the children of Israel living under in Egypt?  Why?

Know the events that led to the Exodus: Moses’ role, plagues, Passover, and crossing the Red Sea

 

 

 

 

Websites for practice problems on speed and acceleration

http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=velocity-acceleration-quiz

https://docs.viedu.org/teacherresources/physcispeedaccelkey.htm

http://quizlet.com/5846714/speed-and-acceleration-practice-problems-flash-cards/  (really good one!)

http://www.softschools.com/quizzes/science/acceleration_practice_problems/quiz1589.html

 

Please let me know if you have any questions and I can work through them with you.

 

 

Religion Test Unit One

Here is a study guide of things to know for the religion test next week.  It will be open book, but your time will be limited to just class time so being prepared is very important.

Remember: these are your books to keep so feel free to highlight and underline things in your book.

 

Important people to know: Adam, Eve, Noah, Cain, Abel, Shem, Ham, Japheth, Isaac, Jacob, Esau, Joseph, Potiphar, Rebekah, Ishmael, Sarah, Abraham

Know what was created on each day of creation.

Know the design of the ark.

Why a rainbow?

Know the different dreams the Joseph not only had, but also interpreted along with what they meant.

 

 

Practice English to Metric Conversion Problems (with answers!)

Algebra and Pre-algebra Class:

1 inch = 2.54 cm              1 mile = 1609 m                 1 kilogram = 2.2 lbs.

1. 46.2 inches to meters (1.17 m)

2. 123.2 pounds to kilograms (56 kg)

3. 22.7 feet to meters (6.92 m)

4. 7.9 meters to inches (311 in)

5. 103.4 miles to kilometers (166.4 km)

 

In addition to the above, algebra can also try the following:

1. 126 ft2 to m2 (11.73 m2)

2. 55.5 miles/hour to meters/second (24.8 m/s)

 

Let me know if you have any problems with these and I would be happy to work them with you.