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Deborah Neill

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WELCOME TO THEOLOGY 2

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Please contact me at dneill@cohs.com. Please identify the student by name, student number, and period.

Theology Rubric

 

 

COURSE   The Missionof Jesus Christ (The Paschal Mystery) 

COURSE PROFILE

Course Objective

The Paschal Mystery is the name given to the process of God’s plan of salvation, which was accomplished through Jesus’ life, death, Resurrection, and Ascension. This course explores God’s plan from its beginning in the Garden of Eden to its glorious conclusion at the Parousia. It examines how God has been at work throughout all of history to restore our full and intimate communion with the Trinity. Finally this course identifies and demonstrates how God calls each of us to be active participants in His plan.

Course Requirements

1. Attend, participate and cooperate in class.

2. Read assignments.

3. Keep accurate notes.

4. Complete activities, class work, homework, and projects.

5. All work must be handed in at the assigned time.

 

Assessment Procedures

1. Tests

2. Homework

3. Projects

4. Class work, activities, and participation                                

5. Semester exams

 

Technology Integration

Technology is integrated throughout various aspects of the course.

 

Skills Emphasized

1. Knowledge and understanding of Scripture.

2. Recognize the various literary styles and techniques used throughout Scripture.

3. Identify main ideas and supporting details.

4. Discuss and explain information.

5. Participate in cooperative learning settings.

 

COURSE   Jesus Christ’s Mission Continues in the Church 

COURSE PROFILE

Course Objective

This course leads the students toward a deeper understanding of the Church as the means to encountering the living Jesus. It surveys the origin, the human and divine elements, and the ongoing mission of the Church. Students explore the Church’s ongoing efforts to gather all into the people of God through the ecumenical movement and interreligious dialogue. Students reflect on their role in the Church and Christ’s invitation to actively participate in and contribute to the life of the Church.

Course Requirements

1. Attend, participate and cooperate in class.

2. Read assignments.

3. Keep accurate notes.

4. Complete activities, class work, homework, and projects.

5. All work must be handed in at the assigned time.

 

Assessment Procedures

1. Tests

2. Homework

3. Projects

4. Class work, activities, and participation

5. Semester exams

 

Technology Integration

Technology is integrated throughout various aspects of the course.

 

Skills Emphasized

1. Knowledge and understanding of Scripture.

2. Recognize the various literary styles and techniques used throughout Scripture.

3. Identify main ideas and supporting details.

4. Discuss and explain information.

5. Participate in cooperative learning settings.