Teacher-Written Lesson

Catholic Doctrine Mnemonic Brain Devices

  • Written by Don Forster
  • 53 minutes
  • 54321

Lesson Overview

The students will learn simple brain (mnemonic) devices to memorize the names of the apostles, sacraments, three regions of Palestine, seven gifts of the Holy Spirit, twelve fruits of the Holy Spirit, and the letters of St. Paul.  There are graphic organizers that the students may use as they listen to the presentation and a short video accompanies each topic that is covered in this lesson.  This could be used as a stand alone lesson or it could be incorporated into lesson planning when covering that specific topic in the classroom.

This lesson is a video presentation about brain (mnemonic) devices that can help students use simple techniques to memorize the apostles, seven sacraments, three regions of Palestine, letters of St. Paul, seven gifts of the Holy Spirit, and the twelve fruits of the Holy Spirit.  There are graphic organizers that accompany the topics covered and short video clips that apply to the mnemonic device that is discussed in this lesson presentation.  The video presentation portion of this lesson will be accessed through the youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSYORiO0iuc&feature=youtu.be

Recommended For

Grade Level: High School, Middle School, Elementary

Subject: Religion, Core USCCB Curriculum, Jesus Christ’s Mission Continues in the Church, Life in Jesus Christ, Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture, Sacraments as Privileged Encounters with Jesus Christ

Learner: Traditional Classroom, CCD/Parish-Based Education, Struggling Readers

Tagged as: fruits of the holy spirit, gifts of the holy spirit, memorization, sacraments

Lesson Reviews

543211 reviews

54321
Dec 14, 2017

YouTube Video not accurate.

Beware the youtube video says James and Jude are half-brothers of Jesus.

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