E-Learning – 11/15/18

Surprise!

The first thing to do is to make sure that you’re enrolled in the course.

Apologetics:

https://bcsmoodle.mrooms3.net/course/view.php?id=361

OT Intro:

https://bcsmoodle.mrooms3.net/course/view.php?id=229

Essentials (Freshman Bible):

https://bcsmoodle.mrooms3.net/course/view.php?id=362

Once you’ve registered, you should work on the “E-Learning 1” post for each of the classes.

Apologetics:

You’ll be doing “E-Learning – Quiz 1 – The Authority of the Word

You’ll answer the questions from the audio link listed below:

The Authority of the Word (Part One)

All of the questions will be answered by the 11:30 mark of the video

Intro:

There are instructions within the quiz, but you’ll be answering questions based on this video:

audio starts at :42 and ends at 21:20

The last two questions are answered in part two: (start at 3:30)

Some of you have already taken a quiz which was incomplete.  

You will need to take the quiz called “E-Learning 1 (18-19)”

 

Essentials:

You’ll be answering questions on the “E-Learning 1” quiz.  The Scriptures that you’ll be looking up are listed in the quiz.

Email me at swebster@blackhawkchristian.org

Enjoy your day!

Study Guide Grading Policy

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Assigned Study Guides are worth 20-25% of my classes total grade and therefore represent a meaningful part of how I evaluate students.

The expectation for the assigned Study Guides is that they are completed independently and without the help of any other student.

Study Guides will be reviewed in class in their entirety and will be graded by each student individually.

If the student gives a good faith (honest and sincere in intention) response to the assigned question, then full credit should be given.

If the student did not complete the assigned question when the question was answered in class then the student should not receive credit for that question.

If the student’s answer is totally inadequate or mostly incomplete then the student should not receive credit for that question.

OT Intro – Though the Fig Tree Does Not Bud

Mr. Webster's Blog

Jacopo Guarana 1720 – 1808
Daniel in the Lions’ Den
oil on panel — 1757 Museum Museo Civico, Udine
This work is linked to Bel and the Dragon 1:36
This is the apocryphal version of the story of Daniel in the Lions’ Den. The prophet Habakkuk is told to bring food to Daniel, who is in the lions’ den of Babylon. Habakkuk is willing to help, but he has never been to Babylon. Then an angel takes him by his hair and brings him to the den.
Daniel had been thrown into the den by an angry mob because he had killed the dragon they adored.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

OT Intro – Ravi Zacharias – Though the Fig Tree Does Not Bud – Part One

OT Intro – Ravi Zacharias – Though the Fig Tree Does Not Bud – Part Two

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