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6-12岁教程 (先知但以理*第1课) | 刚强 (附中文反馈单)

Updated: Aug 28, 2023



编者按  这是一套在美国很受欢迎的教材,按年龄共分三部分:0-6岁学龄前儿童教程,6-12岁学龄儿童教程,和12岁以上青少年教程。我们将陆续翻译成中文,分享给大家。 这套教材里的每一篇,无论是教程还是各种活动,都独立成篇,没有先后顺序,大家可以按需要和负担选择使用。 *更多内容:thedoorofsheep.com/6-12岁 

介绍

完成这课之后,孩子们将会看到,过单纯圣洁的生活,会有刚强而合神心意的名声。


主题

行为,选择,但以理,名声


等孩子(7分钟)


活动 | 我的名声是什么 打印足够多份活动页,分发给每个孩子。在完成后,向他们解释落个名声很容易,有好名声,也有坏名声。请他们考虑自己的名声是什么。

开头的祷告(5分钟)


背经节(12分钟)


孩童所作的是否清洁正直,都由他的行为将他自己显明出来。 -箴言20:11


在课前,将经文的每个词写在单独的索引卡上。课上,一起读几遍这段经文。将孩子分成两组,看哪个组能以最短的时间将经文按正确的顺序排好。


故事与讨论(15分钟)

引言:

问是否有人知道“名声”是什么意思。让愿意的孩子在字典中查找这个词的含义,或给出以下定义:“由于某人的态度、行动或他所说的话,人们对某人的看法。”


如果在学校,有朋友想让你试一支香烟,你会怎么做?你的第一反应会是什么?(给些时间讨论。)如果是一些不太有害但仍然是错误的事,比如朋友敦促你未经父母许可看PG-13级别的电影,你会立即说不吗?我们在这些时候所做的事会为我们赢得名声,无论是好的还是坏的。如果我们屈服了做了不对的事,我们行善的名声就会变弱。如果我们迅速说不,坚持道义上的正确,就会建立起一个刚强的名声。


读 但以理书1:1-21(但以理选择尊崇神)

让孩子们在自己的圣经上跟读这段经文。


(这里的“太监”是指当主人不在时统治或管理主人家的官员或管家。)


问题讨论:

1.仆人为什么要但以理和他的同伴吃王的食物?(让他们像其他人一样强壮和健康)

2.因为不想吃或喝任何不洁净的东西,但以理要求用什么代替?(蔬菜和水。)

3.但以理如何证明他和他的同伴不需要吃王的食物?(经过10天的测试,他们比吃国王食物的人更强壮,看起来更好。)

4.因为有一个尊崇神的刚强的声誉,但以理如何受到奖赏?(他被赐予知识和智慧,并获准在王面前侍奉。)

5.“在但以理时代”,某些食物被认为是不洁净和禁止的。我们今天有什么被认为是不洁净和禁止的东西?(回答会有所不同。)


课堂活动(7分钟)


备选-课堂活动(10分钟)


应用(4分钟)

给每个孩子一张纸和一支铅笔,要他们写下至少十种方法,可以建立一个行善的强大声誉。如果时间允许,在黑板上写下每个孩子的第十项。让他们把自己的列表带回家给父母看。点击这里查看一个示例。


用以下的思考结束本课程:名声是通过一次又一次的行动建立的。如果你一次又一次地做正确的事,你就会赢得一个行善的名声。如果你一次又一次地做不正确的事,你就会赢得一个行恶的名声。你做正确事的名声越强,你会越接近神,坚持做正确的事也会越容易。此外,别人会把你视为一个刚强的基督徒,一个值得尊敬的人。但以理的名声显然是强大的。无论他所处的环境如何,他总是尊崇神,不让恶进入他的生活。我们都可以从但以理身上学到有关建立刚强而合神心意名声的宝贵经验。你甚至可以想一想要不要在今晚多吃一份蔬菜。


下节课

如何使你的朋友耐火烧?下周揭晓。


结尾的祷告(2分钟)


反馈单

课结束之前,把家庭反馈单给每个孩子。


*** 英文版 *******


THE PROPHET DANIEL LESSON 1: A REPUTATION OF STRENGTH

After completing this Sunday school lesson, the children will learn that consistently living a pure and holy life builds a strong, Godly reputation.

TOPICS Behavior, Choices, Daniel, Reputation

AS KIDS ARRIVE (7 minutes) What's My Reputation (Activity) Click here

Print out enough copies of "What's My Reputation" activity sheets to give to each child. After the class completes the activity, explain to them how easy it is to get a reputation, and how some reputations are good and some bad. Ask them to consider their own reputations.

OPENING PRAYER AND PRAISE (5 minutes) Further info? Click here

MEMORY WORK (12 minutes) "Even children are known by the way they act, whether their conduct is pure, and whether it is right." Proverbs 20:11 NLT Before class write each word of the verse on separate index cards. Say the verse together as a group several times. Divide the kids into two teams and have a race to see which team can put the verse in the correct order in the shortest amount of time.

SCRIPTURE READING AND DISCUSSION (15 minutes) Introduction: Ask the class if anyone knows what "reputation" means. Have someone look up the word in a dictionary, or give this definition: "What people think of someone because of their attitude, actions or what he or she has said."

What would you do if some of your friends at school wanted you to try a cigarette? What would your first reaction be? (Allow time for discussion.) How about something not as harmful, but still wrong like a friend urging you to watch a PG-13 movie without permission from your parent. Would you immediately say no? What we do at times like these gives us a reputation, either a good or bad one. If we give in and do what is wrong, our reputation for doing good is very weak. If we quickly say no and stand firm for what is morally right, we build a strong reputation for doing good. Read Daniel 1:1-21 (Daniel chooses to honor God) Read the passage to the children as they follow along in their own Bible. (A “eunuch” in this instance means an officer or steward who rules or is in charge of a lord’s household when he is absent.) Discussion Questions: 1. Why did the servant want Daniel and his companions to eat the king's food? (So they would be strong and healthy like the others.) 2. Because he didn't want to eat or drink anything unclean, what did Daniel ask to be served instead? (Vegetables and water.) 3. How did Daniel prove he and his companions didn't need to eat the kings food? (After a 10 day test, they were stronger and looked better than those who ate the king's food.) 4. How was Daniel rewarded for having a strong reputation of one who honors God? (He was given knowledge and wisdom and allowed to serve before the king.) 5. "In Daniels time", certain foods were considered unclean and forbidden. What kind of things do we have in our life today that might be considered unclean and forbidden? (Answers will vary.)

CLASS EXERCISE (7 minutes) Cutting Corners (Object Talk/Story) Click here

ALTERNATE CLASS EXERCISE (10 minutes) Bear Good Fruit (Object Talk) Click here

APPLICATION (15 minutes) Give each child a sheet a paper and a pencil, and ask them to write down at least ten ways they can build a strong reputation for doing good. If time permits you can write down each child's tenth item on the board. Also have them take this list home to show their parents. Click here for an example

Conclude the lesson with the following thought: A reputation is built by doing something over and over. If you do what is right over and over, you build a reputation for doing good. If you do what is not right over and over, you build a reputation for doing what is wrong. The stronger your reputation is for doing what is right, the closer you will feel to God, and the easier it will be to continue doing what is right. Also, others will see you as a strong Christian, someone they can look up to. Daniel's reputation was obviously strong. No matter the situation in which he found himself, he always honored God and not let evil enter his life. We can all learn a valuable lesson from Daniel about building a strong and Godly reputation. You may even want to take an extra serving of vegetables tonight at dinner.

NEXT WEEK How can you make your friends fireproof? Find out next week.

CLOSING PRAYER (2 minutes) Further info? Click here

TAKE HOME PAGE Give one copy to each child at the end of the class to take home. Click here for NLT or KJV.



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