Paul's Life

Friday, December 4, 2020
As you might expect, there is a lot for Paul, so this is a long lesson. It can probably be divided into 2 or 3 lessons. This is about as condensed as I could write it. There are a lot of new posters for this lesson, too!

The following Anchor Charts, worksheets and more are in the lesson and application pack.

These are the all new information Anchor Charts for Paul. 
They are included in the lesson and activity pack below.
The review application project is this File Flip Book. The answers are on the last page. Depending on your students and time, these can be cut, stacked in order and stapled at the top above the dotted line before class or it can be a project for the students. This has cut and glue which was requested by several teachers (not because they love it but because the students love it ☺). Each page has fill-in-the-blanks and a couple pages have another activity to engage them.
If the students are making a notebook, these can be glued to pages instead of a book. Let them glue the top only and make a lift-the-flap type page and let them write additional information about each event with the scriptures.
These are Sequencing Timelines for Paul's Life. There is a completed one (right) for a teacher's visual, if you are keeping a notebook and just want it as a chart, or you do not like the cut and glue. If the students only put glue above the dotted line, they will have a lift-the-flap with the information under each photo.
This is a fun project and includes several different ways to print the scroll.
This was also designed to be used with this lesson, or any lesson about Paul.
Another idea by Jeanne Dickson is to use Pringles cans to make and display the idols that Paul saw in the cities that he visited. Also, Taped to the underside of the plastic lid were little pictures of things that could be considered as idols for us today - T.V., tablet, sports, celebrities, etc.
(Used with permission)

Scripture Reference
Acts 7:58 Saul witness to Stephen’s stoning
Acts 8:3 made havoc of the church
Acts 9:1 he asked for the papers to put Christians in prison
Acts 26:9-12 he told Agrippa about his anger at the Christians
Acts 9:8 Saul blinded by the light
Acts 9:13 Ananias…” But… I have heard about Saul of Tarsus!”
Acts 9:18 Saul could see and was baptized
Acts 22:16 baptized for the remission of sins in the name of Jesus
Acts 20: Saul preached Jesus The Christ is the Son of God
Acts 9:25 Saul escaped Damascus ‘through’ the wall at night
2 Corinthians 11:33 he escaped through a window down a wall
Acts 14:15 we are just men!
Acts 16:14-15 Lydia baptized
Acts 16:25 they were singing and praying at midnight
Acts 16:31-33 they believed, heard and were baptized
Acts 17:24 Mars Hill One God Who created everything
Acts 18:3 he stayed with Aquila and Priscilla making tents
Acts 18:8 Crispus and his household heard, believed and were baptized
Acts 19:11-12 God worked unusual miracles
Acts 19:24 Demetrius
Acts 20:7 Eutychus
Acts 21:10 Agabus
Acts 21:14 Let the Lord’s will be done
Acts 21:32-33 Paul arrested in Jerusalem
Acts 22:28 Paul announced he was born a Roman citizen
Acts 23:11 Paul would testify in Rome
Acts 24:7 Commander’s name was Lysias
Acts 23:13 the 40 Jews conspiracy
Acts 23:16 his nephew informed Paul of the conspiracy
Acts 23:23 Paul removed from Jerusalem during the night
Acts 24:27 Festus after Felix 2 years later
Acts 25:11 Paul said “I appeal to Caesar.”
Acts 26:28 King Agrippa almost persuaded
Acts 27:36 there were 276 passengers
Acts 27:33 they didn’t eat for 14 days
Acts 27:41 the ship hit a sandbar
Acts 28:11 on Malta for 3 months
Acts 28:30 lived in a rented house in Rome for 2 years
(They are the same as the visuals, but black & white.)

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