Lecture Notes for REL 1301 - New Testament His & Rdg at Concordia University Texas (CUT)

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Material Type:Outline
Class:REL 1301 - New Testament His & Rdg
University:Concordia University Texas
  • Physical Context
  • Familiarity
  • Working Through
  • Universities
  • Incorporation
  • Imaginative
  • Comprehension
  • Presentations
  • Several Times
  • Superficial-
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Dr. Joel Heck Instructional Design in REL 3361, The Writings of C. S. Lewis Determine Instructional Goals 1. Students read and interact with the writings of C. S. Lewis so that they can understand the breadth of his scholarship and understand and apply his theology, his approach to literature, the role of myth, and his understanding of natural law. 2. Students understand Oxford and Cambridge Universities and the context within which Lewis worked. This includes the geography, the organizational structure of the Universities, the Inklings, Addison's Walk, the nature of instruction (especially tutorials), and other locations. 3. Students enjoy the reading of the various genres within which Lewis wrote, especially Lewis's fiction and theological works, learn critical thinking from Lewis's philosophy, and apply insights to their lives. 4. Students develop research and writing skills in an area related to Lewis's life and writings. Analyze the Instructional Goals Cours...

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