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Catechist echoes God's word through integral evangelization. pdf

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Catechist echoes God's word through integral evangelization. pdf

  1. 1. Virginia S. Raña NDCFC Cot. City
  2. 2.  recognize their role as sharer’s of God’s mission,  formulate new ways of Evangelizing the people of God and;  integrate and practice teaching methods which is relevant in today’s context.
  3. 3. ACTIVITY
  4. 4. AKO!
  5. 5. Who is a catechist? Baptized in the name of God Chosen by God [experience of God’s love] Responded to the call [Faith in God] Formed by the Word of God [continue discovering God] Witness of God’s goodness and love
  6. 6. King Prophet Priest To serve God through people To stand for truth about God To Pray and thank God
  7. 7. A God whom he/she believe in the ScripturesBible, teachings of the church and whom he/she praise.
  8. 8. Evangelizer Herald/ Preacher EchoStory teller ROLE OF CATECHIST
  9. 9.  Servant in the Word of God Minister in the Word of God Living Bible
  10. 10. HESUS SUNDAN KITA Hesus sundan kita sa lahat ng yapak mo Hesus sundan kita dahil napakabuti mo Hesus sundan kita sa lahat ng yapak mo Hesus sundan kita dahil ikaw ang huwaran ko
  11. 11. Kung gustyo mo ng peace, bibigyan kita Kung gusto mo ng love, sige marami pa Kung gusto o ng hope magtiwala ka Kung gusto mo ng faith, dagdagan ko pa
  12. 12. Characteristics of a Catechist PRAYERFUL GENEROUS RESPECTFUL HUMBLE COMITTED WITNESSES
  13. 13. CHARACTERISTICS OF A CATECHIST TOWARDS HIS/HER STUDENTS
  14. 14. LEARNERS OPTIMISTIC STUDENT CENTEREDCREATIVE UNDERSTANDING AND COMPASSIONATE
  15. 15. Teaching is more than just a job. It’s a way to reach to people at a stage where their minds and opinions are still being formed. It’s a method of sharing a subject/ our faith that fires imagination and creativity
  16. 16. And it’s a way of passing knowledge, helping to ensure that the next generation will be better educated, more caring, and more committed than the last.
  17. 17. Every good teacher has his or her own answer to that question, and most of these answers share one feeling:
  18. 18. Active Participation in the Mission of Christ: EVANGELIZATION a. Church as communion ( mastery skills this is under the INTUITE, FEEL, DO and LEAD ) a. in mission of Christ ( in the 7 mastery skills this is under the THINK, COMMUNICATE )
  19. 19. Active Participation in the Mission of Christ: EVANGELIZATION C. AGGIORNAMENTO- Paradigm shift ( in the 7 mastery skills this is under the Be)
  20. 20. Techniques to Motivate the Learning Process a. Stories and story Telling b. Visual Aids c. Performing Arts d. Game activities e. Music and song: Analysis, interpretative, liturgical dance f. Posters / collage making g. Discussion h. Art of questioning
  21. 21. VISUAL AIDS FOR PASTORAL CATECHESIS PURPOSE: Human beings usually learn and remember what they SEE, HEAR, TOUCH, SMELL, AND TASTE
  22. 22. LEARNING (100%) SIGHT - 83% HEARING - 11% Touch - 3.5% Smell - 1% Taste - 1.5%
  23. 23. REMEMBERING All senses and doing - 90% sight., hearing, doing - 80% Sight and hearing - 50% Sight - 30% Hearing - 20% Reading - 10%
  24. 24. VISUAL AIDS ARE CONCRETE - They help to hold interest and attention - They stimulate imagination, deepen understanding and arouse desirable emotion which in turn influence the will. - They lend variety to teaching - People would usually identify themselves with what they have seen e.g. pictures, figures
  25. 25. A. Textbook – provide a wealth of pictures as part of the lesson. B. Magazines and newspapers C. Calendars and posters D. Art productions
  26. 26. KINDS OF PICTURES TO BE USED a. Chosen from a child’s point of view, not from adult b. True to facts c. Clear and colorful but not gaudy d. Large enough to be seen. Small pictures may be passed around. e. Abstract pictures to express mood and stimulate creative thoughts
  27. 27. HOW TO USE PICTURES IN A CLASS a. Have students tell about the pictures b. Ask how the picture/s make them feel c. Ask how the picture/s relate to the idea of the lesson
  28. 28. d. In a group or series of pictures, Let the student choose a picture which best expresses the idea of the lesson or theme. e. Let the students create a story about the picture/s then role play the characters HOW TO USE PICTURES IN A CLASS
  29. 29. GENERAL USES OF PICTURES a. Bulletin boards: to introduce a theme, to create an atmosphere, to emphasized situation b. Before, during and after the lesson itself c. During the faith response, pictures can inspire spontaneous prayer
  30. 30. d. Part of an experience e. decoration
  31. 31. STORIES AND STORY TELLING Meaning and Purpose  An art intended primarily to give pleasure, because it appeals to the people of all ages  Authentic stories can capture a slice of life, an event of human interest, and expresses it in a way that challenges, informs, entertains, stimulates, motivates, and in some manner moves the effectivity of the listener or reader
  32. 32. SOURCES OF STORIES a. Holy Scriptures b. Lives of saints c. Contemporary people and events d. Nature and animals
  33. 33. Ages 7-10  Stories of Jesus, Mary, Joseph, child saints, home and school life, nature and animal stories, and personal experiences of Christian values Ages 11-12  Stories of adventure, daring and heroic actions, missionaries, martyrdom, friendship
  34. 34. HOW TO MAKE AND TELL STORIES a. Beginning b. Body c. Ending
  35. 35. DO’S IN STORY TELLING  Keep your heart and mind on the story  Use vivid imagery, direct quotations  Adopt your tone, voice, gestures…  Maintain eye contact
  36. 36. DON’TS IN STORY TELLING a. DON’T Read the book b. DON’T Ramble, Try to follow the story line c. DON’T Tell inappropriate stories d. DON’T Give the plot away e. DON’T Get into unnecessary details f. DON’T Moralized. Let your audience apply the story.
  37. 37. BOARDWORK AND CHALK TALK Blackboard is an excellent means of graphic expression  Signs  Symbols  Combination of signs and symbols  Important point
  38. 38. 1. To clarify students’ thinking 2. To provoke discussions 3. To encourage broader participation 4. To enable quick review 5. To evoke students’ reflection
  39. 39. 1. VALUE : questions that clarify life’s values, deal with judgments, make comparisons Ex.:  You just received P50.00. what do you do with that money? Why?  Would you rather be a doctor or lawyer? Why?
  40. 40. 2. THOUGHT: questions that to various types of thinking. Ex.:  Why do you go to the church?  Why do you attend classes?
  41. 41. 3. FACTS: questions that elicit memorized or known factors. It is meant to check or clarify knowledge. Ex.:  Who is our present pope?  What is the greatest commandment of God?
  42. 42. 1. Questions which suggest answer. 2. Ask two questions at the same time. Ex.: Who created the world and who is Jesus Christ? 3. Calling Child’s name first and then ask the question. 4. Tricky questions: Never ask questions which you cannot answer.
  43. 43. REFERENCES :  General Directory for Catechesis: 1998  B.Peña, OP:Catechetics: The Proclamation of the Stereological Message: 1994  Catechetics Today  Catechism for Filipino Catholics: 1997  Second Plenary Council of the Philippines  Catechesis and You  National Catechetical Directory of the Philippines  Larazabal, Amparo, et al. Principles and Methods of Teachings. Phoenix Publishing House, Inc. Quezon City. 1991  Eric Jensen and David Sousa: Whole Brain Learning System (WBLS) as strategy in the Classroom Teaching  Mater et Magistra paragraph 236 (Praxis/ SEE – JUDGE- ACT)  Lisa- Marie Calderone- Stewart, EdD: Five Tips Teaching Faith to Everyone  Janet Schaeffler, OP: The Six(6) Building Blocks of Catechesis  Mary Kathleen Glavich, SND: Simple Ways to Prevent Classroom Problems

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