ICBS NELAC J2E1 VIRTUAL TRAINING EVENT AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (VTELA) INSTRUCTION PAGE

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    THIS WEEK: Our school is celebrating THE PASSION OF CHRIST with the theme: I WILL GO: FOLLOWING CHRIST'S SACRIFICE. 

    Hoping that everyone will be able to truely appreciate the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross so that man's relationship with God can be restored, I am inviting every Bible student in my class for grade 7 and grade 10 to study carefully the lesson we have for our last learning activity for our Bible class this school year.

    J2E1 is the first lesson in The Journey to Excellence (J2E) Curriculum from the Education Department of the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The lesson is divided into 8 parts all dealing with the nurture of a personal relationship with God beginning with acceptance of God as Creator and Redeemer to other topics tha are meant to enhace one's personal relationship with Him.

    I want every member of my Bible classes that are in grade 7 and 10 in the Junior High School Department to experience this part of the Journey to Excellence (J2E) in a way that will be very meaningful to them.

    Welcome to J2E1 - Journey to Excellence Focus Groups of ICBS - The Internet Community of Bible Students of Northeast Luzon Adventist College.

    Although the lessons in Journey to Excellence (J2E) curriculum have the same objectives for Kinder to Grade 12, diferent learning materials for diferrent level of interest and understanding are employed. 

    This year's implementation for grades 7 and 10 in the Junior High School department of Northeast Luzon Adventist College seeks to achieve the objectives of J2E in a way that will benefit every member of the class. For this reason, the teacher divided each Bible class to 8 (eight) teams (to serve as focus groups). One focus group to take charge of 1 part of J2E1 as lesson specialists. 

    TWOFOLD CHALLENGE. For grade 10 students, the challenge is to demonstrate what grade 10 students can do to unpack a lesson in the Journey to Excellence curriculum and enable each member of the class to have a real experience in having a personal relationship with God and in nurturing that relationship with Him in a way that others will also be truely blessed.

    For grade 7 students, the challenge is to demonstrate that grade 7 students are mature enough to understand lessons about having a personal relationship with God. The learning activities enable each student to participate as a member of a focus group and serve as teams of specialist concerning the lesson assigned to them.

    Each focus group or team of specialist enable each member of the class to participate in a 6-point-program in the presentation of the topic assigned to them. In the process, the focus group comes up with a slide/video presentation about the topic as their final learning output as a team of specialists assigned to a particulat topic about the lesson.

     

    READY! GET SET! GO!

    A. HOW TO GET READY. Read all the instructions to be ready to participate in the learning activities. Be sure you are a member of a team.

    B. HOW TO GET SET. Find your team and follow the link provided leading to the Google Doc where your team will have to report about the lesson assigned to you. Allow each member of the class to learn about the lesson assigned to your team. Your team needs to follow a 6-point-program to accomplish your report. 

    Part 1. Ask the members of the class to submit their individual transfer assignment about your topic to your team leader. 

    Part 2. The Assistant Team Leader post a question or two about the topic and allow the class to participate in the discussion.

    Part 3. Quiz Master checks if the class understood the important points in the lesson by administering a quiz about the topic.

    Part 4. A Support Staff of the team shares a slide/video presentation of the team about the lesson and ask the members of the class to make a comment or post a personal reflection based on the slide/video presentation of the team.

    Part 5. Each member of the class (those who attended/read/participated in the discussions) writes his/her name in an attendance record form and write his/her individual participation score in the score sheet provided in the team's google document page.

    Part 6. The team secretary will confirm the scores in the Individual Participation Score Sheet

    C. HOW TO GO AND PARTICIPATE IN THE REPORT/PRESENTATION OF THE FOCUS GROUPS.

    1.  Follow the link to the google document for the report of the focus group.

    2.  Submit the assignment posted by the Team leader or simply submit transfer assignment from the module about the topic of the team (if you have made it already) (Write your name in the assignment As in Submitted by ___________

    And Date submitted _____________

    3. Answer the question posted by the Assistant Leader (if you know the answer) 2 points will be given if your answer is correct. 1 point only if there’s a better answer than what you gave. Extra 2 points will be given if your answer is supported by a Bible verse.

    4. Answer quiz questions posted by the quiz master. Send your answer to the quiz master to see if your answers are correct. 2 points will be given to you for taking the quiz (whether your answers are correct or not).

    5. Make an encouraging comment or personal reflection based on the slide/video presentation of the team. 2 points credit.

    6. SIGN UP THE FOCUS GROUP'S INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION RECORD AND POST ALL THE POINTS YOU HAVE GENERATED. Total maximum point that can be credited by a class member in a focus group, 10 points only.

    7. Proceed to the next focus group you need to attend. Repeat instructions 1 to 7 until you have participated in every focus group in your class.

     

    TOTAL POINTS THAT CAN BE EARNED BY THE STUDENT FROM EACH FOCUS GROUP:
    (Source of points and posible points that can be generated.)

    1. Assignment sent to the team leader: 4 points of submitted on-time (not latter that 3 days before the team reports). If the student sent the assignment 2 or 1 day before the team reports, it will counted as LATE and will be given 2 points only.
    1 point only is given to those who submited their assignment on the day of report or not more than 3 days adter the team reports. Highest points that can be given 4 points.

    2. Participation in the Question and Answer / Recitation Portion lead by the Assistant Leader of the Team.  Highest point that can be earned = 2 points, if the answer is correct. 1 point only if the answer is not so correct or relevant. 2 points extra point if a Bible text/reference is used to answer or to ask a question related to the topic. Highest points that can be given 4 points.

    3. Points for taking the quiz (Regardless of the score generated) = 2 points.

    4. Points for posting an encouraging comment/personal reflection in the topic = 4 points.

    Total possible point that can be generated in a focus group, 14 points.
    Higest score thet can be credited to the student from each focus group = 10 points only.

    TOTAL HIGHEST SCORE THAT CAN BE GENERATED BY EACH STUDENT = 

    10 POINTS FROM EACH FOCUS GROUP X 8 FOCUS GROUPS = 80 points = 100%

     

    LINK TO ICBS 2022 FOCUS GROUPS FROM GRADES 7: AMETHYST, BERYL, CHRYSOBERYL.

    LINK TO ICBS 2022 FOCUS GROUPS FROM GRADE 10: SAPPHIRE, SARDONYX, TOPAZ