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Workshop 5: Methods Of Gathering Narratives And Texts

Workshop 5: Methods Of Gathering Narratives And Texts
Workshop 5: Methods Of Gathering Narratives And Texts

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  • . . . the story of a man who saw three fellows laying bricks at a new building: He approached the first and asked, "What are you doing?"...
  • Activity Minutes Welcoming and Entering 0 Opening 5 Activity 1: Do Photos Tell a Story? 10 Activity 2: Learning through Inquiry 20 Activity...
  • Our lives are shaped by the interactions we have with one another and the stories we tell about those interactions. Like the bricklayers in...
  • Materials for Activity Handout 1, Evaluating Photographs Photographs from the first round of Family Event photographs Preparation for...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice and matches Description of Activity Invite participants to gather in a circle. Light the chalice. If a youth...
  • Materials for Activity Photographs from the first round of Family Event photographs Copies of Handout 1, Evaluating Photographs Preparation...
  • Materials for Activity Newsprint and markers Paper and pens or pencils Description of Activity Remind participants that the photo-...
  • Materials for Activity Paper and writing implements, including newsprint and markers Participants' family photographs Extra photographs of...
  • Description of Activity Gather the group together in a circle. Pragmatics: Ask if someone would prepare a chalice lighting response for...
  • Alert congregation staff that youth will be working/photographing/sketching all around the church during the next session. Start the...
  • Materials for Activity Index cards and pens Snacks (optional) Preparation for Activity Contact a local college that has an international...
  • Materials for Activity Copier paper Pencils or pens Large jar or container Preparation for Activity Cut white copier paper into small...
  • Materials for Activity Paper and writing implements, including markers Preparation for Activity Print the family senses poem, listed under...
  • . . . the story of a man who saw three fellows laying bricks at a new building: He approached the first and asked, "What are you doing?"...
  • Use the following questions to evaluate the photographs you took of the families. Does this photograph seem to "capture" its subjects? What...

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