Seminar-Workshop on Creative Ways of Teaching the Bible to Children

 CREATIVE WAYS OF TEACHING THE BIBLE TO CHILDREN

INSPIRATION AND IMAGINATION

The Cebu Lay Formation Center (CLFC), owned by the Archdiocese of Cebu, located at Talamban, Cebu City, is offering a seminar-workshop on CREATIVE WAYS OF TEACHING THE BIBLE TO CHILDREN using the book INSPIRATION AND IMAGINATION written by Charles Javier, on September 24, 2015 at 2:00 PM until September 26, 2015 at 3:00 PM.

Mr. Charles Javier

Mr. Charles Javier

This will be given by Mr. Charles Javier from Abra, a retired Teacher and Principal. He has given this workshop in many schools in the Philippines, mostly in the north and in other countries as well. At present, he is the Diocesan Biblical Coordinator of the Diocese of Bangued, Abra.

He will teach the participants on different ways of teaching the Bible that the Teacher and Pupils will enjoy while learning. The seminar includes a hands-on workshop of preparing the materials to be used by the Teacher. He has also prepared ready-made materials that he will share with the Participants. Some materials he will still make when we will know how many are participating.

This seminar-workshop is especially helpful to Catechists and Teachers who are teaching the Bible to kindergarten, primary and elementary students. This is a stay-in workshop to be held at CLFC, Talamban, Cebu City. CLFC is located at the back of San Isidro Labrador Parish Church (follow the dirt road going to the cell-site tower that ends at our green gate).

The registration fee is Php 1,800.00/person that includes board & lodging and the book Inspiration and Imagination. The things and materials that the participant needs to take along to the seminar-workshop are printed on the second page. Kindly give this to your prospective participants.

The number of participants is limited due to the limitation of working space. So this will be on a first-come-first-served basis. Please email us at clfc.talamban@gmail.com for further inquiries and reservation. You may also call us at 344-0170, 416-0089, 5116471 (my mobile landline) or text me at 0906-358-6054. Thank you very much.

Kindly let me know on or before Sept.14, 2015, so we will know how many are participating since some materials are still to be made for them. Thank you and God bless.

Sincerely yours,

Estrella (Star) del Mar

CLFC Director

WHAT TO BRING ALONG FOR THE SEMINAR-WORKSHOP:

Aside from personal clothes, towel and toiletries for the stay-in course, each participant is required to bring the following materials for the workshop:

  1. Bond papers
  2. 1-5 colored papers
  3. Pencil
  4. Small glue
  5. Sharp Scissors
  6. Wagwagan colored cloth (from ukay ukay), some with stripes, with small prints only.
  7. Wagwagan wool knitted sweater to be used as hair (brown color or lighter). Knits should be easily pulled out to become curly hairs for the puppets.
  8. At least one whole used newspaper with colored pages
  9. At least one to two meters string
  10. one ball for children – diameter – 17 centimeters or circumference – 57.5 centimeters
  11. Two red crepe papers
  12. One used long folder.

 ACTIVITIES OF THE SEMINAR-WORKSHOP

  1. Bible Enthronement
  2. Explanation of the various activities contained in the book: Inspiration and Imagination
  3. Presentation of models of the visual aids given in the book.
  4. Creation of visual aids: art work, newspaper figurines, hand puppets, etc.
  5. Biblical Reflection for Teachers
  6. Biblical songs and games, etc.

 Registration Fee – Php 1,800.00 per participant that includes board & lodging and the book: Inspiration and Imagination

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