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religion

ONE - GOD is ONE, there is NO OTHER. “Thou shalt have no other gods before me.” (Exodus 20:3)

TWO - TABOO. What is taboo? Idols. Images. False gods. “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image.” (Exodus 20:4)

THREE - VANITY. From “vain,” i.e., “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.” (Exodus 20:7)

FOUR – CHURCH DOOR. It’s what you should enter through every Sunday. “Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.” (Exodus 20:8)

FIVE - ALIVE.

 Only one commandment out of the ten has a promise connected to it. The Fifth Commandment promises “long life” to those who obey it. So, to stay alive longer, “Honor thy father and thy mother.” (Exodus 20:12)

SIX-FEET UNDER. Don’t put anybody six feet under, or in other words, “Thou shalt not kill.” (Exodus 20:13)

SEVEN-YEAR-ITCH. The old movie by that title illustrated a statistical fact; that after seven years of marriage many develop a wandering eye and are tempted to play musical beds. “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” (Exodus 20:14)

EIGHT - GO STRAIGHT! Picture yourself watching an old black-and-white Humphrey Bogart movie. He’s the convict about to be released from prison, standing before the wardens desk. The warden says, “Here are your release papers. Now, don’t get in any more trouble. No stealing. From now on, go straight.” Hence, Eight - Go Straight. “Thou shalt not steal.” (Exodus 20:15)

NINE - MALIGN. What does it mean to malign someone? It means to falsely accuse them, to slander them, to do harm to their name, character or reputation. “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.” (Exodus 20:16)

TEN - A PERFECT TEN! We often grade things on a scale of one to ten. One being the least, and ten being the very best. If a car is a 10 it is an amazing car. If a man or a woman is said to be a 10, they are a real knockout. We like and admire a 10. But be careful, because what you admire, you might begin to lust after.
“Thou shalt not covet.” (Exodus 20:17)

 

What are the most widely practiced religions of the world?

 

Christianity (2.1 billion)
Islam (1.3 billion)
Nonreligious (Secular/Agnostic/Atheist) (1.1 billion)
Hinduism (900 million)
Chinese traditional religion (394 million)
Buddhism 376 million.
Primal-indigenous (300 million)
African traditional and Diasporic (100 million)

 

 

Download The Christian Bible

Bible

 

APOCRYPHA, THE DEUTEROCANONICAL BOOKS OF THE BIBLE.doc

compendium

When I was a kid trying to get an "A" at school my dad bought us a set of Encyclopedia Britannica, which were a large set of books. With no Internet (1960's) I used to take a book to my room and read as much as I could and found the information fascinating, I also got a copy of Wilfred D Best Students'Companion which helped with my general knowledge when we went to quiz nights. After becoming a teacher I felt students should get as much general knowledge as possible so with the aid of dictionaries and reference books I started to build a collection of works as a 'student compendium'.

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During my Digital Media, Multimedia and some VET courses I got my students to work on The STEAMER book of knowledge, especially advanced students that complete task ahead of time, this was my fall back lessons for those clever or advanced students, these were asked to pick one of the areas of study and create a cover page, find some interesting facts (usually via the Internet) and put their findings into a chapter of the book The book was 138 pages long at my retirement from teaching.

STEAMER Stands for

Science, Technology, English, Arts, Mathematics, Environment and Religion.

Eventually I gathered sufficient to create the Student Compendium and also a Steamer Book of Knowledge, so here they are compiled mainly by myself with student support so it might help some of you get that elusive "A"

Best of luck Peter J Faulks

 

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STEAMER Stands for

Science, Technology, English, Arts, Mathematics, Environment and Religion

Environment covers Civics, History, Geography and Economics

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Samples from the book

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How to draw a bulldozer Art How to Draw a Waterfall
How to Draw a Barn and Pond Art How to Draw a Woodland Trail
How to Draw a Cityscape Art How to Draw an Icy Water Pump
How to Draw a Country Church Art How to Draw Pirate Ships
How to Draw a Harbour Scene Art How to Draw Sailboats
How to Draw a Mountain Stream Art How to Draw Spider Man
How to Draw a Mountain Vista Art How to Draw a Village
How to Draw a Portrait Art How to Draw a Tropical Beach Scene
How to Draw a Rowboat at a Seawall Art How to Draw a Rural Lane
     
     
The Book 138 pages (See Miscellaneous Lessons)   MIS125 Steamer Book of Knowledge

Applied Information Technology * AITStage1 * AITStage2 * AITStage3 * Cert II Business * Cert II Information Technology * Multimedia

Subjects * Art * Computing * English * Geography * Hass * History * Mathematics

Miscellaneous * Acronyms * Accreditation * ICT_Homework * Naplan * Lessons * Quizzes * Relief Lessons * Proverbs * Sayings * Simile

Exams & Tests * Student Survival Kit * Web quests * Worksheets * Home Page * Peters Site * Soccer

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The Survival Kit Notebook Basic things you need to know about surviving college
Life Skills 101 All about dealing with everyday matters (Please email more for this topic)
Resume Basic

Resume template

Resume Executive A worksheet on how Analogue works compared to Digital
Bullseye_computing_colour

Shows various computing career paths on a colour chart

Commonly Confused Words Don't write the wrong word
DD114 Design Principles Shows students the components of design and explains their use in documents
WKS249 Grammar & Syntax Explains various meanings in grammar and syntax
Nouns_and_Adjectives An explanation of Nouns in the English Language
Digital images basics.doc Vector v's raster images and Student Exercises
Evaluation Individual.doc A self evaluation template for completion of a task
Glossary for Exams.xls A list of words commonly used in school exams
Glossary Technology Exams.xls A list of words commonly used Computing in school exams
Journals PJF Howto.doc How to create a student journal with samples
Lesson Plan Template.doc A Basic lesson plan template used in Applied Information Technology
State of a Village A World as a village
Storyboard Template.doc Graphics storyboard
Things to do chart.doc Simple template for planning tasks

PJF

This is a collection of files I gave to my Year 12 Leavers

It is called The Student Survival Kit

English Survival
For Exams
For Fun
Employment

Acronyms

 

Links to other survival kits

Birmingham University Kit

Sensible Viewer Survival Kit

The Student's Companion

 

 

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Tutorials 1 Naplan 1 Training Courses 1 Resources 1 Quizzes

 

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Subjects * Art * Computing * English * Geography * Hass * History * Mathematics

Miscellaneous * Acronyms * Accreditation * ICT_Homework * Naplan * Lessons * Quizzes * Relief Lessons * Proverbs * Sayings * Simile

Exams & Tests * Student Survival Kit * Web quests * Worksheets * Home Page * Peters Site * Soccer

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Subjects * Art * Computing * English * Geography * Hass * History * Mathematics

Miscellaneous * Acronyms * Accreditation * ICT_Homework * Naplan * Lessons * Quizzes * Relief Lessons * Proverbs * Sayings * Similes

Exams & Tests * Student Survival Kit * Web quests * Worksheets * Home Page * Peters Site * Soccer

 

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