Teacher-Written Lesson

Sophia Sketchpad: Eucharist Video Resources

  • Written by Veronica Burchard
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Lesson Overview

Transform Sophia SketchPad into a remarkable learning experience in your classroom. For only $4.99, you’ll unlock several classroom resources that will help you explain the connection between Original Sin, Christ’s Death and Resurrection, and the Holy Mass.

Video Viewing Guide: Perfect for classrooms, parishes, and homeschooling parents, this guide includes pre-viewing activities, post-viewing discussion questions, and a fill-in-the-blank activity for your students to complete when watching the video a second time.
 
Video Script: Allows your visual learners to read along and/or refer back to the script while completing the viewer’s guide.
 
Backgound Reading: Short essay on Jesus' Institution of the Eucharist to increase background knowledge of this Sacrament.

Sacred Art and Discussion Guide: A full-color version of Bassano's "The Last Supper" and an accompanying discussion guide to reflect on the Eucharist and the Paschal Mystery.

Two Complete Lessons on the Eucharist:  Students will deepen their understanding of the Last Supper, Christ's Claims and Commandments, as well as Eucharistic Typology and the Paschal Mystery.  

118MB Video File:  Your own video file -- no need to worry if your school or church blocks YouTube, or if your Internet connection is unreliable. Clicking on the video file below will start the download process. 

Recommended For

Grade Level: High School, Middle School, Elementary

Subject: Religion, Core USCCB Curriculum, The Mission of Jesus Christ (the Paschal Mystery), Living as a Disciple of Jesus Christ in Society, Sacred Scripture

Learner: Traditional Classroom, Advanced Placement, Homeschooled Students, CCD/Parish-Based Education, Classical Education , Gifted Learners, Struggling Readers, English Language Learners

Tagged as: eucharist, last supper, paschal mystery, sophia sketchpad

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Lesson Reviews

54321
Mar 01, 2015

excellent resource. thanks a million!

54321
Feb 22, 2015

Well done video. I used it in my 5th grade faith formation class. They never took their eyes off the video screen. Covers all the info for teaching the Eucharist. Lays a good foundation to build on.

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