The following is the complete outline to the Abraham & Sarah CD.
Time Tech Note:
If you do not see the opening
video/song which travels you across the desert and takes you up and
into Scriptorium like the one here on the right -then you need
to install Quicktime player utility to play the movies. See the technical notes at the bottom of this
outline for more information.
What this story and this CD are all
about, ...your lesson in a nutshell:
The narration at the beginning of the CD and the
narrated intro to the Sacrifice section can be considered the
SUMMARIES of what the Bible and this CD are trying to teach. The
certificate your students can print in the Pay It Forward section
echoes these words:
Abraham and Sarah CD's opening
"God visited a man named Abram.... and called
him to take his family on a difficult journey...to become a people
dedicated to receiving the message of God and sharing it with the
world. This is their story. Is it yours?
God tested Abraham, Sarah and Isaac's
faith by asking for the sacrifice of Isaac.
This story reveals
what you can expect from God
what God can expect from you,
what God will do for us all."
If your students can articulate these sentiments,
and come away feeling both challenged and loved by God, then both
you and this CD have succeeded.
How to teach with the Abraham and
1. Abraham & Sarah CD is more like an
interactive story & discussion, than game.
You pick and choose your way through
the CD, rather than playing through it like a game (as is the style
of some of our other software). As the teacher, you'll need to
make choices based on the lesson objective, age of your
students, and amount of time you have to explore the software.
You're going to want to GUIDE
students through content, --stopping to focus and talk. Don't just
let them blow through it. Kids will naturally want to blow by
content looking for games.
- Have a plan & share it with the
class. Let them know exactly what sections they'll be
- Go through the content with
them (don't stand back).
- If you can't go along with each
student group at the computer, create a worksheet (or print one
from our website) to guide them through the content. Include
questions that they must answer.
- See our free Student Handout (pdf)
modify it, copy the text from the pdf and paste into your own
Three Major Story Sections:
The Covenant, The Visit, The Sacrifice
Interactive Study Activities:
Timeline, Scripture, Quiz, Map Game
Two Reflection Activities:
Insane Fanatasy and Pay It Forward
Pictured Right: the Scriptorium's Console (menu)
Where is "The Call
of Abraham" in
this CD ??
The Call is found in the opening song and fly-in. The words to the
song compactly tell the story of Abraham hearing God's voice telling
him to go to Canaan, and why. You can REPLAY the opening
title song by clicking the EXIT BUTTON on the Scriptorium menu to
access the video player, or by accessing the video player in the Pay
It Forward screen. After playing the video again, you can return to
the Scriptorium's main console, or exit the program. See "The
Call" below in this outline for more details.
These sections are
described IN DETAIL below in this document.
3. Lesson Planning Tips based on the
DESIGN of this software....
There are two main approaches to using all the
content on this CD:
A) A Typical Lesson Plan
might cherry-pick one of the main stories,
followed by an interactive study
activity (such as the quiz), followed by one of the Reflection
Activities, ...leaving the other
content for another month or year.
For example, you might select
"The Covenant" followed by the map activity, followed by Insane
B) You can explore the
entire CD in sequence to cover all the major parts of the
Abraham and Sarah story over a period of several weeks. Most
churches eventually do it both ways!
sequence" over a period of several weeks, you would follow
the CD's natural progresssion:
→ Insane Fanatasy*
→ Pay It Forward
We recommend providing "context" for all
first-time users. In other words, if you're studying Sarah's
Visit with the Angels, and your students don't know the story of the
Covenant, then you might need to make a brief foray into the
BEFORE using this CD in a lesson plan,
we suggest you first introduce the story away from the computers.
See how much they know. Tell them what you hope they will learn
from using the CD. Write down on the board some questions you
want them all to be able to answer after using the CD. Stop along
your way through the CD to discuss things. Look at things a second
time. We've loaded the animations and lyrics with things they
may not notice the first time. Finally, -debrief.
How the Reflections fit in...
The Insane Fanatasy reflection is
about "heeding the call" and can thus be a reflection activity for any
of the three main story sections (Covenant, Visit, Sacrifice). Insane
is primarily for older students, but younger kids might get a kick out of
it -if you explain it..
Pay it Forward is an optional
section for use at the end of any of the sections, or at the end of
studying the entire CD, i.e. "we pay forward the gift." Pay it Forward also contains a certificate of completion
to print, a handout to take home, and a "Video Player"
that allows you or your students to access any of the main music
Depending on the age
of your students, some content may be more or less appropriate. We
aimed for older children and youth, but
much of the CD will work with younger students
---provided they have a teacher by their side. While some concepts
may be difficult for young students, they will enjoy seeing and
hearing most of the content, and the teacher should rephrase
ideas and vocabulary to a younger level.
Preparation & Presentation:
We imagined the teacher right
there with the students as the CD unfolds. If teachers will not
be present during use, substitute a worksheet set of questions
that guides them and holds them accountable for listening or
reading certain content. There are many good discussion questions
placed throughout the CD for you to consider. More than you will
ever need, in fact. View/Print our Student Handout (which you can
customize). You may also want to print our list of all the questions
posed in the CD.
Print this guide and song lyrics and
have them in hand.
Each of the four teaching
songs has printable lyrics which include questions for further discussion. These questions
can be accessed through onscreen buttons in the program sections.
Go to http://www.sundaysoftware.com/abe/lyrics.htm
to print out the complete lyrics to all the songs, including
the opening song, and a teaching commentary.
Outline and Teaching
The CD begins with this narration...
- Long before the time of Jesus,
- Before the time of David , and Ruth and
- God visited a man named Abram in the lands
of UR and Haran
- and called him to take his family on a
difficult journey to a new land called Canaan.
- His descendants were to become a Kingdom
- ...a people dedicated to receiving the
message of God and sharing it with the world.
- This is their story.
- Is it yours?
- This last question -"is it yours"
is the issue for the CD. Their story is our story too, we are
on that journey too. You might want to write this on the board
for all to see before starting the CD.
heard a Voice Today" ...and Video showing Abraham's caravan,
the desert. The song and video end in our Scriptorium --the place
where students can access the rest of the story. The song tells
the story of Abraham's Call to move to Canaan. You can replay this
video by going into the Pay It Forward Section and accessing the
"...I have a job for you....I'll plant
your people there to show the world I care..."
Extra questions to consider:
Why did God call Abraham and Sarah?
Why a couple from Iraq? (that's where Haran is)
Why send them to Canaan?
--God must have seen something in their character.
God definitely saw potential in planting a people to serve him
at the crossroads between great empires. It would be a good idea
to have a world globe or enlarged map. You can also consult the
MAP we've put in the Scriptorium.
the Scriptorium: (the console
Where did it come from? We don't know.
The Scriptorium is from the past or future. It is the way your
students can access all the CD's contents.
The Control Console which pops up has
all the buttons you need to navigate the learning areas. If you
need help, click the help button.
Each button launches you to a different part
of the story. Like all good Hebrews, you need to read/follow
it from right-to-left if you want to follow Abraham's story and
this CD's contents in logical order.
The four smaller center buttons:
scripture, map, timeline, quiz, --are learning activities that can be worked on at any time.
your students what time in history this story takes place. CLICK
on the various locations to see pop-up text. Rolling over the
spots reveals the "period in history" that particular
age is known by.
Map --shows where in history it takes place. It also shows
the two possible routes Abraham followed to get to Canaan. And
you can play a game with about a dozen of the name places. Click
the 'G' button and the name places fall out. Drag them back to
their correct location and receive a bonus study note and question
Quiz --is exactly that, a
horse-race quiz about the CD's contents for one or two players.
Best to save this till the last. The Quiz is only 15 questions
long. It is the same each time it is taken, though questions
appear in random order. In two player mode, the quiz continues
until the both players finish.
Scripture --pops up the NRSV Genesis scripture texts which
tell these stories. A reference for serious readers.
=Genesis 11:31- 12:9 Abram in Ur and Haran
=Genesis 15:1-21 God's Covenant with Abram
=Genesis 17:1-5, 15-22 God's promise to Abraham and Sarah
=Genesis 18:1-15 Sarah and Abraham's Visitors
=Genesis 22: 1-18 The Sacrifice Test
Pictured: Timeline, Sarah, Scriptorium, Abram's Altar, Map game
Suggested Lesson Paths:
Ages 9 through adult can begin
with Covenant, then click on Timeline and Map. Then, go to Visit,
Sacrifice, and Insane Fanatasy. Finish with Pay It Forward and
the Quiz. If you have time, play the Map Game.
Young students, ages 5 to 8, can skip
the Timeline, Map, and Insane Fanatasy. They'll enjoy the videos
and perhaps some of the interactive buttons. Abraham isn't a
cute story, so we haven't put cute in the CD. They will enjoy
getting a certificate and perhaps trying out the Pay It Forward
If you're short on time, older students can skip the Visit and go right from
Covenant to Sacrifice -arguably the two most important episodes
in the Abraham story.
If you want to use the CD over more
than one meeting, visit each of the
three main areas, one week at a time. Dig into the notes and
Insane Fantasy reflection activity. Show video clips of the scenes
depicted on the CD using TNT's Abraham video (Turner Broadcasting).
It's a great video, though rather long. Show clips.
There's a "Certificate of
Completion" in the Pay it Forward section you may want to print
ahead of time and make copies of.
Below are the DETAILS of the FIVE MAIN
→ Insane Fanatasy* → Pay It Forward
The Covenant, Visit, and Sacrifice
sections each contain a major "teaching music video"
whose lyrics and visuals have been specially designed to convey
to create discussion, as well as, convey basic content and concepts.
Go to http://www.sundaysoftware.com/abe/lyrics.htm
to print out the complete lyrics to all the songs, along with
Covenant, Visit, and Sacrifice ALSO contain
study buttons to "learn more" about that part of the
Preview the study note buttons in each
area and decide which ones you especially
want your students to work with. Some are meant merely for informational
purposes, others are full-blown discussion starters. There are
more notes, things to click and questions posed than you could
possibly have time for in one sitting. Take your pick. Some material
is there for older students. Younger students may need to skip
a few things. It's up to you their teacher to decide based on
your group and needs.
This is the opening narration and song sequence. Our Abe
Questions Doc has some extra thoughts on this and includes the lyrics.
God tells Abraham to build place a sacrifice on the altar,
then puts him in a deep sleep as the sky turns to night. Then
God blesses the offering and establishes his Covenant.
You will hear Voiceover of God giving the
Covenant. We see Abraham from the back by an altar.
After the story you can click various words spelled out in the
nighttime start to learn more about the concept of Covenant.
This is not an exhaustive treatment of the concept.
Here is God's Narration of the
Do not be afraid Abram I AM your protector
and your reward will be GREAT Look to the heavens and count the
star so shall be your descendants. Place an offering of animals
on the altar. From the Nile River
to the great Euphrates river. The land of the Canaanites and
Hittites, the Amorites and Jebusites, -to your descendants I
give this land, for on this day have I made my covenant with
I wonder what your students will think about
our use of young voices as the voice of God? What does God's
voice sound like anyway?
this CD's audio we make use of "stereo swooping." You'll
hear it first hear in this God narration. God is hard to pin
down you know.
As the GOD NARRATION/ANIMATION
...the stars in the sky will spell out several words. There's an
"ambient background" sound as well. The "star words"
are buttons that when clicked
on users can hear the following narrations. Some have visuals
associated with them.
The Four Star Words:
1-Covenant- The English word "covenant"
means "agreement" or "promise." In Genesis
chapter 15 God promises Abraham that his descendants will be
a great nation serving God. Early Christians used "testament"
-a Roman word, instead of "covenant." So you can say
"Old and New Covenant," "Old and New Testament,"
or "Old and New Agreement" or "Old and New Promise."
They all mean the same thing. The old covenant raised up a family
of people to follow God. The new covenant announced by Jesus
is a promise to the entire planet. Read John 3:16 to hear this
2-Torch and smoking fire pot - The torch and smoking fire pot are two of the more
unusual symbols used in the Bible to describe the mysterious
presence of God. In the story of Exodus, God is a fire that does
not consume a bush, God is a pillar of smoke by day and fire
by night. Neither fire nor smoke can be touched and both can
disappear as quickly as they came. Fire gives light and warmth
and can also be used to guide. Fire burns away and cleanses.
Smoke can surround you but you can't grab hold of it. What things
from your world could describe what God is like?
3-Altar - Altars
are special tables where worshippers make promises and give offerings
to God. In Old Testament times altars were often built outdoors
using stone. Offerings would include the best animals owned by
the worshipper who believed a "blood offering" would
bring forgiveness of their sins. Most Protestant churches no
longer have altars. Instead, they have Communion tables where
people gather to hear Jesus' promise that their sins are already
forgiven through his sacrifice on the cross. At the Communion
Table, God feeds us with spiritual food.
Does your church have an altar? What good
things does a Communion Table say about God that an altar does
4- Canaan -a
map of all the locations mentioned in Genesis 15: 1-21.
5- Genesis 15: 1-21 text only.
18: Sarah retells her story of the angels visiting her and Abraham
outside their tent.
After her story is told kids can click icons
in sky to hear her talk more about that subject. One of those
initiates the "SARAH" song music video.
Button 1: "Sarah's Story - Genesis
This activates the first video of Sarah telling
her story and angels walking into scene.
of Genesis 18) One
day around noon my husband Abraham was sitting near our tent
under the Oak Trees at Mamre in the land God had promised us.
And suddenly he noticed three men. He got up and ran to meet
them and invited them to rest in the shade and stay awhile before
continuing on their journey. And they agreed. So Abraham ran
back to the tent and said to me saying, "Quick Sarah! Get
your best flour and bake some bread." Which I immediately
did --knowing these weren't just any travelers. When the food
was ready Abraham served the bread to the visitors along with
some cheese curds and milk and roasted meat. Then one of them
said "Where is your wife Sarah?" "In the tent,"
he replied. Then one of them said, "About this time next
year I will return, and your wife Sarah will finally have that
son she's been hoping for." Well when I overheard this -I
started to laugh to myself thinking "How could an old woman
like me have a baby?" And then the Lord turned to Abraham
and said, "Why is your wife Sarah laughing? Is anything
too hard for the LORD?" Well I was doubley shocked now,
one of them was God and I had just laughed at him. So I said,
"O No Lord, I didn't laugh." But God said, "Oh
yes you did." And that is how I got the news that God was
going to keep his Covenant promise and make a great nation spring
forth from our family.
Button 2: "About My Life"
is the video of Sarah saying "How do I want people to remember
me? Hummmmm? Well I guess I want people to remember me as the
woman who got up and went when God said 'get up and go.' I want
them to remember --me- laughing out loud when God's said I was
going to have a baby. oh and I really want them to remember that
I trusted God's plan -even when God asked me to give up my son.
You bet I cried and wailed, but in my heart... I had learned
to trust God's way completely, even when it was hard.
"Why I laughed"
bet I laughed... When God walks up to you at 90 -you''re expecting
a ride home to heaven! ...not a trip to labor and delivery. I
was scared and absolutely thrilled all at the same time. I've
had a lot of time to think about that day ...and you know I don't
think God minded me laughing at him at all. Because that's what
God's about --the birth of laughter, the wiping away of tears.
4: "Sarah's Song" --this compact
little music-video makes a theological statement about the importance
and impact of Sarah's role in the story.
1) Sarah, did you think
that God forgotten? From your womb, there's a nation to begotten...
and we hear laughter around the world.
2) Sarah, we can see it in your eyes, a world of hope from your
family will arise. And we hear laughter, around the world...
Did you think that God forgotten?
Additional Points to ponder (more are found
in the program): Does God forget? How does God keep God's promises?
How is Israel like a womb? What is the laughter God wants to
be heard "around the world"?
"Sarah's Song Lyrics"
This "print lyrics button is found on
the mountainside above her tent. It includes questions
for reflection and a PRINT button for those who want to
print lyrics for more discussion. Note: in version 2.0 of the CD we changed
the way the lyrics/questions here print --adding a graphic
(seen above) so that those without printers can explore the questions.
The Near - Sacrifice:
Yes...this is a touch-y subject, especially
for some teachers who don't understand this story and for younger
students because of the subject matter. I've heard from some
people that they want to avoid it. But wait til you've seen how
we deal with this "ultimate episode" in Abraham and
Sarah's story. The story of God's Covenant includes this amazing
test of "worthiness." But it is also a test applied
to God --i.e. -how will God act toward us. Watch the two videos
here and read the narrated notes.
Abraham brings Isaac to altar. Stone megaliths
"witness" the story unfold.
Voiceover: We believe in a God who tests
us. God tested Abraham, Sarah and Isaac's faith by asking for
the sacrifice of Isaac. This is that story. It reveals what you
can expect from God. It reveals what God can expect from you.
It reveals what God will do for us all.
The Megaliths have the following clickable
==Megalith One: "Read and hear Genesis
22" -this is a video/animation
of the Genesis 22 story. VIEW IT FIRST.
==Megalith Two: "Dig into the Story"
-these are very important narrated
study notes explaining this amazing episode. See below.
==Megalith Three: "O Father Abraham"
song/video and following up questions to click on. We retell the Genesis 22 but add an amazing conclusion
that Christians have made about this story.
"Lyrics and Questions" -a reflection activity
for older students.
==Megalith 2: =Dig into the story
When this monolith is clicked, it appears
large on the right side of the screen and the following THREE
clickable text phrases appear (see drawing on this page). When
the phrase is clicked, the following text appears across the
screen. They include some graphics I've given you.
Phrase 1: "Child Sacrifice?"
At the dawn of civilization people worshiped
many gods. They believed they had to offer food and special objects
to the gods to win the gods' favor. Some religions even offered
their children as a sacrifice to please their gods. They believed
that offering a child's "innocent" blood would somehow
wash away their sins. In Genesis 22, God tested Abraham and Sarah's
faith by asking them for the most precious thing in their whole
life -their son. By substituting the ram in Isaacís place,
God was telling Abraham and Sarah that their faith was strong
enough for them to be the founding parents of a great nation.
God was also telling them and the whole world (and) that child
sacrifice was not required.
2000 years later, God would use these symbols
again by offering himself in the person of Jesus. God turned
Jesus' death on the cross into a "final offering" for
Questions: What do our offerings say about
us to God?
What does the offering of the ram and Jesus say about God?
For further reading: Hebrews 10:1-18
Phrase 2: What are these stones about?
of years religious people in many lands have set up sacred stone
megaliths (mega=large, lith=stone). They were raised to commemorate
special events, keep track of worship and agricultural calendars,
and act silent witnesses to promises made and the sacredness
of the location. Archaelogists have found stone worship sites
throughout the Middle East and around the world, -the most famous
being Stonehenge in England. The Old Testament records many occasions
when Bible heroes worshipped at outdoor stone altars or set up
sacred stones. Tradition says that Abraham built the altar on
which to sacrifice Isaac on Mount Moriah which later became the
site for the Temple in Jerusalem. Were there stone megaliths
at Abraham's altar? Maybe. Are we called to be witnesses at this
fantastic story? Definitely.
Question to ask your students: What are our "sacred stones"
in our day and faith?
Phrase 3: "What is faith?"
"What is Faith?"
It is something you are sure of even though you can't see it.
It can be small and still do great things. -Luke 17:5-6
It puts us at peace with God. - Romans 5:1
Faith is a measurement of how strongly you believe.
What is your definition of faith?
Phrase 4: "Tough Questions"
What would God have done if Abraham, Sarah,
or Isaac had said "no" to the test?
How do you think Abraham explained the test to Isaac?
What would you have done if you had been Abraham? Sarah? Isaac?
What sort of test might God design in today's world for Abraham?
How does God still test today's faithful?
Megalith 3: The "O Father Abraham" Video
First you'll see and hear a very cool and creative
reflection on the story of Isaac's near sacrifice that gets at
the question "What was going through their minds?"
..and "what does this mean for us?"
A reminder....go to http://www.sundaysoftware.com/abe/lyrics.htm
to print out the complete lyrics to all the songs.
After the music video is over you will
see a graphic of the altar/megaliths with kids standing inside
the 5 stones. The following phrases are written on the stone
around the kids. Roll your mouse over a stone to pop-up one of
the following "pondering questions and answers."
Each is ripe for discussion.
Stone phrase 1: Would you've killed your
Answer 1: As difficult as this may be to accept,
Abraham probably trusted God enough to do whatever God asked.
Do you have that much faith?
Stone phrase 2: Did she question?
Answer 2: The Bible doesn't say what Sarah
thought about the near-sacrifice, but you can bet she was upset
about it. Like a parent, God doesn't expect us to understand
or even agree with everything God requires, but God does expect
us to trust and obey. Do you love God that much?
Stone phrase 3: Reveals the heart of God...
Answer 3: God does not ask us for unreasonable
or unbearable acts of obedience.
Stone phrase 4: It foretells the Christ...
Answer 4: Christians have long seen the similarities
between the "almost-sacrifice" of Isaac and God offering
himself in Jesus on the cross. In Jesus, God provides symbolic
"payment" for our sins so that we can love and serve
God with joy, rather than fear or guilt.
Stone phrase 5:
View and Print Lyrics
Suggested Questions to Ask Your Students (or put on
a worksheet for them to answer)
Would you have followed through on God's orders?
If you were Sarah, what would you be thinking, doing?
How does this story reveal the character of God?
How is the story of Isaac's near-sacrifice similar and dissimilar
to Christ's sacrifice?
Theological Note about the Near-Sacrifice:
is a shocking scene. But God's word often speaks in shocking
images to sear ideas into our faith. Traditional Sunday School
teaching has treated the Sacrifice as a separate incident among
the Abraham stories. It is not. It is the culminating episode
of a three part play. In fact, it is a play about God, as much
as it is about Abraham. It is about Faith - Patience - Obedience
for Abraham. For God it is a demonstration of PLAN - TESTING
- RESPONSIBILITY. God takes responsibility for providing what
we need to be forgiven. By forcing us right up to the moment
of Abraham raising his knife, God prepares us for the huge sigh
of relief -which is God's grace given to us both in the form
of the Ram, and later, the Lamb. Yahweh will not be like the
other gods who thirst for payment. God will not ask us to pay
the ultimate price for our sin. God will pay that price. The
near-sacrifice of Isaac foreshadows the sacrifice of Christ.
In fact, we cannot fully understand God's gracious redemptive
plan without the story of Isaac's near-sacrifice as precursor
to Christ's sacrifice. <>< Neil
Our 3-D rendering of Abraham's stone altar was based on the archaeological
work of Uzi Avner, and Israeli archaeologist and expert in pre-Israelite
worship sites which are scattered in that part of the world.
The upright megaliths are found in many such sites... a picture
of one taken by Dr. Avner is used with permission in the program
and above in this document. A megalith is thought to have served
many purposes, some lost or dimmed by history. One sense is that
the megaliths were "witnesses" to events. Indeed, other
Bible heroes, such as Jacob, set up commemorative stones to be
signs of a happening. For the reflection part of this story,
we simply took the concept of witnesses one step further and
put OUR kids in the stones. They are today's witnesses.
This activity may be most suitable for older students, however,
the questions could be rephrased and discussed with younger elementary.
You may be surprised just how relevant this "peer pressure"
discussion is for them.
Abraham and Sarah's story looks ridiculous to the
non-believer and scoffer. They don't see in it an amazing portrayal of
God and Abraham's faithfulness to each other. It looks like religious
Following God in your life can sometimes bring
people down on you. Listen to the song of one young person
who chose to follow God, and the actual words which friends said
about that decision. Then respond with your own words.
There are SEVEN questions.
the music video.
the set of questions you see below in this outline. Students
can type in responses.
-prints the Lyrics along with the Questions used in the RESPOND
guestbook texts (not their responses).
PRINT TEXT -prints the student's responses.
Here are the seven response questions in the
Insane Reflection Activity:
My faith in God is as strong as _____________.
"Throwing it all away"
Name two things a person must be willing to
give up to follow God: ________ and _________.
"I know what they're saying about me"
Write down one thing people probably said
about Abraham behind his back when he told them about his call
to go to a new land.
What would your friends at school say if you
started talking about your faith in God more openly and started
making changes in the way you lived your life and treated others?
"He'll come 'round some day"
Name something that can cause someone to lose
faith or stumble on their walk with God.
"But I believe"
If someone asked you to sum up what you believe
about God, what would you tell them?
Insane: 1. a degree of mental malfunctioning
2. Extreme foolishness; folly
Fanatic: extreme, unreasoning enthusiasm for a cause (abbreviation:
Fantasy: creative invention of the mind, hallucination, unrealistic
Insane Fanatasy: what some people believe faith or the religious
"How 'bout U ?"
- If your faith were a car what kind of car
would you say it is right now?
- If your journey with God was a road, what
kind of road are you on right now?
- What sign is God waving at you on the road
- What two people can help you the most on
your journey right now?
Print Lyrics Button
Pay it Forward:
In this reflection section, three choices present themselves in this section
of the CD. TIP: You might want to print the certificate AHEAD OF
TIME and make copies of it, just incase you run into problems with the
lab printers or printing from within the program.
1. Print a Certificate of Completion --a fun way for students to show others what they
did and perhaps generate discussion with mum and dad.
2. Pay It Forward
--an experiment in promoting good deeds. Print this form and
send home with students. Ask them to bring it back next time
3. Music Video Player
--we've provided you a quick way to preview/review the four major
music videos in the CD.