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Chapter 1: Introduction ........................................
Chapter 2: Greeting .............................................
Chapter 3: Bible Story Comprehension .................
Chapter 4: Bible Vocabularies...................................
Chapter 5: Instruction .......................................
Chapter 6: Bible Terminology ..................
Chapter 7 : Dialogue Comprehension ................
Chapter 8: Listening for Gist ..........................
Chapter 9: Listening for Details ......................
Chapter 10: Various Kinds of Prayer ....................




Lesson Objectives

Student are able to introduce themselves
Student are able to ask for someone identity

Student are able to use past tense

Chapter 1

A. Introduction

What do you do when you are meet the learner in the class for the
first time? Introduce yourself of course.

Introducing yourself in the front of learner isn't just states your
name. you will also need to state other information in order for
other people to describe you well. The context of the introduction
is vary such as introduction in email and in the class. In this lesson
you will learn how to introducing yourself.

What is important things
you need to states as well?

You will need to also state:

Name Birthday

Country Phone number

Address Jobs

Age Hobbies


What is your name?
My name is ....
My full/ first/ last name is ....
You can call me ....

Where are you from?
I am from .... (country name)
I was born in ....
I am come from ....


How old are you?
I'm .... years old
I'm over/ almost/ over ......
I'm in my or earlier twenties/ thirties

Who do you live with?
There are ...... (number) people in my family
I live with my
I have ..... brothers or ..... sisters

What is your date of birth?
My birthday is on ..... (date)

What is your phone number?
My phone number is ......

What is your hobby?
I like/ love/ enjoy .....
My hobby is .....
I am interested in .......

What's your job?
I am a/ an ..... (occupation)
I work as a/ an ....


B. Example

Anton: Hello there my name is Anton. Nice to meet you
Deren: Hello my name is Deren.
Anton: Where are you from?
Deren: I am from Indonesia. how about you Anton?
Anton: I am from Malaysia.
Deren: I see, by the way what is your hobby?
Anton: I like to play an drum
Deren: Wow i like to play a drum too, we can play together.
Anton: That is a good idea, what is your phone number?
Deren: My phone number is 08xxxxxxxx
Anton: Thanks Deren i will call you later.

C. Excercise

Please write your own dialogue introduction with one of your
friends by using the question and respond on above and the
present it in the front of the class.

Good luck

D. Grammar: Simple past

Past events Completed actions

S + V2 +O


My dog died last year

Yesterday I went to hospital We did our homework last night


Write down the correct form of verb in the bracket below List of vocabulary:
1. I (walk) to the park last night. saw
2. My aunt (sell) apple since she was a kid.
3. Budi's little brother (play) with his robot arrived
4. Yuven (see) something strange yesterday finished
5. My father (give) wonderful present last year
6. Dodi relative's (arrive) last night played
7. My friends (come) to my house yesterday gave
8. My family (eat) fancy food last week ate
9. Father buy me a new laptop last month came
10. Mother (finish) her laundry an hour ago bought

E. Excercise

Write down the correct form of verb in the bracket below
Read the sample of email below and underline the simple past in it.

My last holiday was fantastic. I went to the mountains in a place
called Salalah in Oman. The mountains were so green and the
people were so friendly. I visited many places like, forts, beaches,
the hotels at night and went shopping in the grand mall. I stayed
there for 10 days. The weather was really nice and it was great for
camping. So we went camping on the mountains and made a
small fire for BBQ.

Write down the email where you introduce yourself as a Sunday school teacher and
send it to your friends.




Lesson Objectives

Student are able greeting someone  or student
Student are able to give a proper respond
Student are able to use present tense

Chapter 2

A. Greeting types

Greeting formals:
How are you doing?
How everything's going?
I trust that everything is well

General greeting:
What's up?

how's it going?
how are things (with you)?

Greeting a person you haven't seen for a long time(formal):
It has been a long time.
It is always a pleasure to see you.
I am so happy to see you again.

Greeting a person you haven't seen for a long time (informal):
Long time no see.

It's been ages since we last met.
It's been such a long time.


B. Responding


I am fine thank you.
Okay! thank you.
Not so bad.
How about you?

C. Vocabulary

Good morning Good bye See you tomorrow
Good afternoon Good night See you later
Good evening See you next week Hello

D. Exercise


G. Exercise

Bayu : Hi Beni. ..... ..... ..... ?
Beni : Hi Bayu ... ...... ...... , ..... . How about you Bay?
Bayu : Not so bad, Did you watch football match” Barcelona vs Real Madrid”
Beni : No, I don’t. I am so tired, so I slept tightly tonight. How about the result?
Bayu : What a surprise result!. Real Madrid can defeat Barcelona 2-1.
Beni : Well… Who has scored a goal from Real Madrid?
Bayu : Goal from Real Madrid has been scored by James Rodriguez and Gareth
Beni : Wow, It must be a great match tonight. I am so sorry. I have got to hurry.
My mother asked to buy something.
Bayu : Well, never mind. I also want to go home.
Beni : Ok, ....... ..... ..... .Bye!
Bayu : Bye!

H. Grammar: Present Tense

Habits General Truths

(+) S + V1+S/ES + O
(-) S + do/does not + V1 + O

(?) Do/does + S + V1 + O

Affirmative Negative Interrogative
I think I do not think Do i think?
You do not think
You think We do not think Do you think?
we think They do not think Do we think?
they think He does not think
he thinks She does not think Do they think?
She thinks It does not think Does he think?
It thinks Does she think?
Does it think?


I. Example

He goes to school everyday She only eats vegetable

His brother arrives tomorrow

L. Notes

Verb + ies/es Verb + S
Verbs ending with -y Third person singular
Ex: flies, cries Ex: he wants
Verbs ending in -ss,
-x, -sh, -ch. She gives
Ex: he passes

she catches


M. Exercise

Please make 5 sentences using simple present tense

N. Exercise

Please make your own letter of greeting for your friends in
overseas using simple present grammar. Next step is that you need
to present your greeting letter in the front of the class.


O. Vocabulary

Please find these vocabularies in the words search section



Bible Vocabularies

Lesson Objectives
Learner would be able to know and familiarize with

the chpater of old testament Bible in English form

Chapter 3

A. Pronunciation

Genesis /ˈʤɛnəsəs/ Song of Solomon

Exodus ˈɛ/ ksədəs/ ɔ ʌ ˈ ɑ/s ŋ/ / v/ / s ləmən/

Leviticus ˈ ɪ/lə v təkəs/ Wisdom of Solomon

Numbers ˈ ʌ/ n mbərz/ ˈ ɪ ʌ ˈ ɑ/ w zdəm/ / v/ / s ləmən/

ː ˈɹɒDeuteronomy /dju tə nəmi/ Sirach ˈ ɪ/ sa ræk /

Joshua /ˈʤɑʃuə/ Isaiah /ˌaɪˈzeɪə/

Judges /ˈʤʌʤɪz/ Jeremiah /ˌʤɛrəˈmaɪə/

Ruth /ruθ/ ˌ ˈ ɪ ʃLamentations / læm ən te ən /

Samuel ˈ/ sæmjul/ Baruch /ˌbɑˈruk/

Samuel ˈ/ sæmjul/ Ezekiel /ˈɛzɪˌkil/

Kings ɪ/k ŋz/ Daniel ˈ/ dænjəl/

Kings ɪ/k ŋz/ Hosea ʊˈ/ho siə/

Chronicles /ˈkrɑnɪkəlz/ Joel /ˈʤoʊəl/

Chronicles /ˈkrɑnɪkəlz/ Amos /ˈeɪməs/

Esdras ˈɛ/ z drəs / Obadiah /ˌoʊbəˈdaɪə/

Ezra /ˈɛzrə/ Jonah /ˈʤoʊnə/

Nehemiah /ˌniəˈmaɪə/ Micah /ˈmaɪkə/

Tobit / ˈtoʊ bɪt / Nahum ˈ/ næhəm/

Judith /ˈʤudəθ/ Habakkuk ˈ / hə bæk ək/

Esther /ˈɛstər/ Zephaniah / ˌzɛf əˈnaɪ ə /

ˈ ˌMaccabees / mækə biz/ Haggai / ˈhæg aɪ /

Job /ʤɑb/ Zechariah / ˌzɛk əˈraɪ ə /

Psalms ɑ/s lmz/ Malachi / ˈmæl əˌkaɪ /

Proverbs ˈ ɑ/ pr vərbz/

ɪˌ ˈEcclesiastes / kli zi æs tiz /


B. Vocabulary

Amos Hosea Jonah Micah Isaiah Jeremiah
Lamentations Obadiah Habakkuk Zephaniah
Joel Nahum Ezekiel Daniel Haggai
Zechariah Malachi

B. Grammar

What is a gerund?
A gerund is a noun made from a verb by adding "-ing." The
gerund form of the verb "read" is "reading." You can use a gerund
as the subject, the complement, or the object of a sentence.

Reading helps you learn English. subject of sentence
Her favorite hobby is reading. complement of sentence
I enjoy reading. object of sentence
Gerunds can be made negative by adding "not."
He enjoys not working.
The best thing for your health is not smoking.

What is an infinitive?
An infinitive is the "to" form of the verb (verb + "to"). The
infinitive form of "learn" is "to learn." You can also use an
infinitive as the subject, the complement, or the object of a
Examples: to buy, to fish, to run, to watch, to tell, and so forth.


To learn is important. subject of sentence
The most important thing is to learn. complement of sentence
He wants to learn. object of sentence

Infinitives can be made negative by adding "not."

I decided not to go.
The most important thing is not to give up.


Choose the correct gerund or infinitive from the parenthesis
at the end of the sentence.
Ex : She likes to get up early in the morning. (likes / dislikes)
1. Alan can’t stand _________ on trains. (riding/ to ride)
2. Mr. Harris enjoys _________ people out to dinner. (inviting / to
3. In the old days, gentlemen challenged their rivals _______.
(fighting / to fight)
4. As the famous saying goes, there’s no use ______ over spilt
milk. (crying / to cry)
5. Jim stopped _________ his shoelace. Wait for him. (tying / to
6. My wife always volunteers ___________ cakes PTA meetings.
(baking / to bake)
7. Don’t waste my time ___________ about your salary.
(complaining/ to complain)
8. Eva is having trouble _________ on the exam. (concentrating /
to concentrate)
9. Please allow me ____________ your Facebook page. (joining /
to join)
10. You won’t forget _________milk on your way home, will
you? (picking up /to pick up)


B. Grammar

Conjunction is a part of speech that is used to connect phrases,
sentence and clauses.

There are many types of conjunction which are:

1. Subordinating conjunctions
this was used to connect dependent with independent clause.

2. Coordinating conjunctions
this was used to join two or more sentences or other part of speech
which are same syntactic importance.

3. Correlative conjunctions
this was used to join words or phrases with equal importance in

4. Conjunctive conjunctions
this was used to connect one clause with another clause and
usually used to sequence and Contrast in a sentence.

Conjunctions Rules:

1. conjunctions are for connecting thoughts , actions, and ideas as
well as nouns, clauses, and other part of speech.
Example: Mary went to the supermarket and bought oranges.

2. Conjunctions are useful for making lists.
Example: we made pancakes, eggs, and coffee for breakfast.

3. When using conjunctions, make sure that all the parts
of your sentences agree.
Example: I work busily yet am careful


C. Writing

Please make 8 sentences using Conjunction!



Bible Story Comprehension

Lesson Objectives
Learner are able to understand the plot and context

story in the Bible in English form

A. Reading

Read the following passage carefully!

7 Days of Creation
Day 1 - God created light and separated the light from
the darkness, calling light "day" and darkness "night."
Day 2 - God created an expanse to separate the waters
and called it "sky."
Day 3 - God created the dry ground and gathered the
waters, calling the dry ground "land," and the gathered
waters "seas." On day three, God also created vegetation
(plants and trees).
Day 4 - God created the sun, moon, and the stars to give
light to the earth and to govern and separate the day and
the night. These would also serve as signs to mark
seasons, days, and years.
Day 5 - God created every living creature of the seas
and every winged bird, blessing them to multiply and fill
the waters and the sky with life.
Day 6 - God created the animals to fill the earth. On day
six, God also created man and woman (Adam and Eve)
in his own image to commune with him. He blessed
them and gave them every creature and the whole earth
to rule over, care for, and cultivate.
Day 7 - God had finished his work of creation and so he
rested on the seventh day, blessing it and making it holy.


B. Speaking

After reading the story of "7 Days of Creation", try
to understand it and retell the story with your own
word in front of the class.

C. Grammar:
Modals verb

All modal verbs are auxiliary verbs, which means they can only
be used with a main verb. Modal verbs cannot be a main verb.The
modal verbs are; will, would, shall, should, can, could, may,
might and must. In this module we focus on will and would, and
shall and should.

Will is used to show desire, preference, choice or consent:

I will accept your offer.
Will you please be quiet?

To show the future:
It will be a great party.
I will probably go out tonight.

To express capability:
The ship will take three hundred guests.
This bottle will hold two litres of wine.

To express determination or insistence:
I will pass my driving test.
I will do as you say.


Would – used to show preference

I would rather go to the cinema today. (I prefer going to
the cinema today.)

Would – to show a wish
I would like to have more free time.

Would – for advice
If I were you, I would study economics.

Shall – to make a suggestion

Shall we dance?
Shall I go now?

Shall for obligation in very formal situations
You shall obey the rules.
Students shall not enter here.
There shall be no food and drink on the premises.

Should is often used to give an opinion, to make a
suggestion, express a preference or an idea.

You should stay at home if you are feeling tired.
I should walk to work.
He should be more open to ideas.

Should – to ask for an opinion.
Should we tell him about our idea?
What should we do now?



D. Writing

Now complete the dialogue using the right modals
Katie: I ___ prepare to teach my classes tomorrow.
Pat: What ___ you do?
Katie: I ____ to create some activities for my students
and make copies.
Pat: Must you do that tonight? ___ you wait until
Katie: No, I ____ to do it tonight. I ____ finish before
9:00 pm because my favorite show will be on TV.
Pat: I hope you don't ____ to do too much!




Lesson Objectives

Learner are expected to be able to give the
instruction in the class and use the correct

pronunciation and english skill.

A. Tips and Trick
on giving an

The 4 Step Formula for Giving Instructions
1. Show ‘em
2. Tell ‘em
3. Ask ‘em
4. Give ‘em
That’s it.

1. Show ‘Em
If possible, model the activity. Actually show them what it looks
like.Let the students help you to do this. If it’s a dialogue, ask a
capable student to help you role-play an example. If it’s a
worksheet, show them an example on the board.
'Show ‘em’ also applies to re-arranging students into pairs, small
groups, or any seating re-arrangement. Don’t give the students
too much choice which will paralyse them, decide for them for
the sake of speed and convenience.

2. Tell ‘Em
Plan your instructions. As you plan your lessons, run through
what you’re going to say in your head or out loud.Grade your
language so that the students will understand you. Are there any
words that they won’t understand? Leave out the ‘um, er, yeah,
like, OK’ fillers that creep into our daily speech.Simplify and
shorten your instructions. How can you say what you need to in
the minimum number of words?Stage your instructions. Turn
them into a list. Hold up your fingers for emphasis as you count
through them. By turning instructions into bite-size chunks,
students are more likely to remember them.


3. Ask ‘Em
You’ve set the stage and filled their ears with instructions. Did
they listen? Did they understand? You’d better find out before
you tell them to begin.I’ve always found that the question “What
do I want you to do?” works wonders. You can even tease out
understanding of this for lower level classes by starting the
answer for them, “I want you to…?” and using body language to
signal your intent.If you used a list for your instructions, ask
different students for different bullet points. Make sure that
weaker students understand (but don’t always pick on them to
answer, the class will catch on).

4. Give ‘Em
Now, finally, you can give students any worksheets or materials
that they need to complete the task.Now you can let them re-
arrange their chairs if the seating has been rearranged.Do so
beforehand, and watch the attention focused on you evaporate as
you’re no longer the most interesting thing in the room.



B. Speaking

From the tips and trick above, try to give a good and
right instruction in front of the class!

C. Listening

You will hear a recording of someone giving an instruction
( please
hear it carefully and do the instruction!


D. Vocabulary:
New Testament

Matius: Efesus
Matthew / ˈmæθ yu / Ephesians / ɪˈfi ʒənz /

Markus: Filipi
Mark / mɑrk / Philippians / fɪˈlɪp i ənz /

Lukas: Kolose
Luke / luk / Colossians / kəˈlɒʃ ənz /

Yohanes 1 Tesalonika
John / dʒɒn / 1 Thessalonians
Kisah Para Rasul / ˌθɛs əˈloʊ ni ənz /
Acts (of the Apostles)
2 Tesalonika
/ ækt / 2 Thessalonians
Roma / ˌθɛs əˈloʊ ni ənz /
Romans / ˈroʊ mənz /
1 Korintus 1 Timotius
1 Cprinthians / kəˈrɪn θi ənz 1 Timothy / ˈtɪm ə θi /

/ 2 Timotius
2 Korintus 2 Timothy / ˈtɪm ə θi /
2 Corinthians / kəˈrɪn θi ənz
/ Titus / ˈtaɪ təs /
Galatians Galatians Filemon
Philemon / fɪˈli mən, faɪ- /

Orang Ibrani
Hebrews  / ˈhi bruz /


1 James
1 James / dʒeɪmz

1 Pertus
Peter / ˈpi tər /

2 Petrus
2 Peter / ˈpi tər /

1 Yohanes
1 John / dʒɒn /

2 Yohanes
2 John / dʒɒn /

3 Yohanes
3 John / dʒɒn /

Jude / dʒud /

Revelation/ˌrɛv əˈleɪ ʃən /


E. Grammar:

Determiner (noun): a word
like the, an, this or some that comes at the
beginning of a noun phrase

What is a Determiner?

Main Determiners
These are the main determiners.
There can be only ONE main determiner in a
noun phrase (for more about this, see order of
a/an, the
Demonstrative Determiners
this/that, these/those
Possessive Determiners
my, your, his, her, its, our, their


Pre-Determiners and Post-Determiners
Pre-determiners come before main
determiners and post-determiners come after
main determiners. (For how many and where,
see order of determiners.)
all, every, most, many, much, some, few, little,
any, no...Numberscardinal and ordinal
numbersdouble/twice/three times...
Interrogative Determiners
whose, what, which


F. Exercise

Fill in the blanks with suitable

1) ________ house is not mine.
2) I have ________ more files to complete.
3) She doesn’t like him ________.
4) Nidhi answered ________ the questions
5) ________ the girls had to carry their own
6) I shall not buy ________ oranges. These are
7) I have bought ________ cycle.
8) I drive 10 Kms ________ day to reach my



Bible Terminology

Lesson Objectives

Learner are able to understand and recognize the
specialized terms in the bible and Christian religion

Bible Terminologies

When teaching Sunday Schools, teacher might be faced with terms that are unfamiliar outside of the
bible. These are the terms and its meaning in Indonesian and IPA pronounciation. Try to pronounce
these words correctly and try to remember them!

verse /vɜrs/ Ayat
Hebrew /ˈhibru/ Ibrani (Bahasa Ibrani, Orang Ibrani)
Heaven /ˈhɛvən/ Surga
Hell /hɛl/ Neraka                                     
Sin /sɪn/ Dosa
Atonement /əˈtoʊnmənt/ Pertobatan
Bless /blɛs/ Berkat                                    
Ark /ɑrk/ Bahtera
Exodus /ˈɛksədəs/ Kepergian banyak orang (refer to Exodus of Israelite from Egypt)
Jehovah /ʤəˈhoʊvə/ Yahwe
Pharoah /ˈfeɪroʊ/ Firaun
Unleavened /ʌnˈlɛvənd/ Tak berragi (refer to the bread made without yeast)
Idol /ˈaɪdəl/ Allah Palsu (refer to false gods)
Prophet /ˈprɑfət/ Nabi
Prophecy /ˈprɑfəsi/ Nubuat
Sacrifice /ˈsækrəˌfaɪs/ Pengorbanan
Tithe /taɪð/ Persepuluhan
Fasting /ˈfæstɪŋ/ Puasa
Anoint /əˈnɔɪnt/ Meminyaki
Pharises /ˈfærəsɪz/ Orang Farisi
Jew /ʤu/ Orang Yahudi
Samaritan /səˈmɛrɪtən/ Orang Samaria
Gentiles /ˈʤɛnˌtaɪlz/ Bukan Orang Yahudi, orang yang tidak mengenal Tuhan
Crucify /ˈkrusəˌfaɪ/  Salib
Crucifixion /ˌkrusɪˈfɪkʃən/ Penyaliban
Resurrection /ˌrɛzəˈrɛkʃən/ Kebangkitan
\Apostle /əˈpɑsəl/ Rasul
Holy Communion /ˈhoʊli/ /kəmˈjunjən/ Perjamuan Kudus
Temptation /tɛmˈteɪʃən/ Pencobaan


Simple Future Tense

S+will/shall+V (bare form) Will/shall+S+V (bare form)
"Anna will win" "Will Anna win?"

S+will/shall+not+V (bare form)
"Anna will not win"


C. Writing

Bible Reading: Genesis 2:4-3:24
After creating the world, God made a beautiful garden, called Garden of Eden. It was a
paradise full of animals, fruits and trees. At the centre of the garden, there was a tree with a
special power to give the knowledge of good and evil to the person who ate its fruit. Adam
was the first man created by God. God told Adam to look after the trees in the garden and
warned him, “You may eat fruits from any tree you like, but not from the Tree of Knowledge. If
you do not obey, you shall die: ”To give company to Adam, God created a female from his
ribs, and named her Eve. Both Adam and Eve lived naked in the Garden of Eden, as they had
no sense. In the same garden, there lived a snake. It advised eve to eat the fruit from the Tree
of Knowledge, and told her that if she ate the fruit, she would become wise like God. Tempted
by this, Eve ate the fruit and made Adam also eat it. Next day, when God came to the Garden,
Adam and Eve hid themselves from Him, as now they had gained knowledge.God asked them,
“Did you eat the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge?” The two admitted. God became angry and
punished them, saying, “You did not obey me. So now, you will have to leave this Garden. You
will have to live on Earth. Adam will have to work hard to grow crops and create food, and Eve
will have to suffer the pain of giving birth.”


Now that you have read the short passage of Adam and Eve, what do you think will happen if Adam
and Eve did not ate the forbidden fruit? Write your opinion below!


D. Speaking

Try to sing this song with a good and clear pronounciation!

Father Abraham

Father Abraham had many sons
Had many sons had Father Abraham
I am one of them
And so are you
So let's just praise the Lord
[Yell "right arm" and move right arm, as if

Father Abraham had many sons
Had many sons had Father Abraham
I am one of them
And so are you
So let's just praise the Lord
[Yell "right arm, left arm" and move both,
as if marching.]

Jesus Loves Me

Jesus loves me!
This I know
For the Bible tells me so
Little ones to Him belong
They are weak, but He is

Yes, Jesus loves me
Yes, Jesus loves me
Yes, Jesus loves me
The Bible tells me so.


Bible Terminologies

When teaching Sunday Schools, teacher might be faced with terms that are unfamiliar outside of the
bible. These are the terms and its meaning in Indonesian and IPA pronounciation. Try to pronounce
these words correctly and try to remember them!

Torah /ˈtɔrə/ Taurat
Apostle /əˈpɑsəl/ Rasul
Sacrament /ˈsækrəmənt/ Sakramen
Gluttony /ˈglʌtəni/ Kerasukan
Idolatry /aɪˈdɑlətri/ Pemujaan Berhala
Messiah /məˈsaɪə/ Mesias
Plague /pleɪg/ Tulah
Prophecy /ˈprɑfəsi/ Nubuat
Obey /oʊˈbeɪ/ Taat
Trust /trʌst/ Percaya

Fill in the blanks with appropritae words you find above!

1. The [ ] is the basis for all the Jewish laws and their moral code.

2.You must [ ] the Lord's commands

3. The [ ] has spread all over Egypt.

4. The seven deadly sins are covetousness, envy, gluttony, lust, pride,

anger and sloth.

5.Peter is one of the most famous [ ] from the new testament.

6. King Nebuchadnezzar was king of Babylon, a kingdom renowned for

its [ ] and witchcraft and occult arts.

7. Jesus is the [ ] that had been on the [ ] of Prophet






Dialogue Comprehension

Lesson Objectives

Learner are able to implemented the degree of
pronouns grammar in their paragraph and
demonstarted their knowledge.



Matthew 6

Listen to the audio and answer the questions below. You may open the bible for reference.

1.What Jesus said about those who treasures money?
2. _______________________________________________________________
4.2. What did Jesus said about treasure and heart?
5. _______________________________________________________________
7.3. What Jesus warned the rich?
8. _______________________________________________________________
10.4. Why Jesus said to not worry about what we eat, wear and drink?
13.5. According to Jesus, what should we do to ensure that God will




The pronoun is the part of speech used to replace an unnecessary noun. It is used for convenience
and to reduce redundancy


Matt. 16:19 And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven:
and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and
whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.
Matt. 18:18 Verily I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall be
bound in heaven: and whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in



You have learned about pronouns on the previous chapter, now write a sentence with each relative
pronoun given below!

1. They
2. ______________________________________________________________
4.2. She
5. ______________________________________________________________
7.3. Him
8. ______________________________________________________________
10.4. They
13.5. Her
16.6. Our
19.7. My


Listen to the audio of The Lord's Prayer. Pay attention to the



Below available text of The Lord's Prayer. Try to recite the prayer with a
clear and good pronounciation!


Matthew 6:9-13 NIV

Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name,

your kingdom come,
your will be done,on earth as in heaven.

Give us today our daily bread.
Forgive us our sins

as we forgive those who sin against us.
Lead us not into temptation
but deliver us from evil.

For the kingdom, the power,and the glory are yours
now and for ever.


Bible Terminologies

When teaching Sunday Schools, teacher might be faced with terms that are unfamiliar outside of the
bible. These are the terms and its meaning in Indonesian and IPA pronounciation. Try to pronounce
these words correctly and try to remember them!

Blasphemy /ˈblæsfəmi/ Penistaan
Cursing /ˈkɜrsɪŋ/ Kutuk
Sabbath /ˈsæbəθ/ Hari Sabat
Adultery /əˈdʌltəri/ Zina
Covet /ˈkʌvət/ Mendambakan, Iri
Modesty /ˈmɑdəsti/ Rendah Hati
Perjury /ˈpɜrʤəri/ Sumpah Palsu
Vain /veɪn/ Percuma, Sia-sia
Honor /ˈɑnər/ Hormat
Steal /stil/ Mencuri


THE 10

Exodus 20:2-17

1.You shall have no other gods before Me.
2.You shall make no idols.
3.You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.
4.Keep the Sabbath day holy.
5.Honor your father and your mother.
6.You shall not murder.
7.You shall not commit adultery.
8.You shall not steal.
9.You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
10.You shall not covet.

After reading this, open your Bible and read the one on the Bible. What do you
think of the summary above?



Listening for Gist

Lesson Objectives
Learner would be able to teach and enhance the

pupil listening skill on Sunday school context. 

A. Listening for Gist

Listening for gist is one of the speaking skill that rely on learner
to pick up important point or key word in listening, even though
they cannot understand every phrase or sentence.

Listening for gist is important for the learner at Sunday school
especially when it comes to tell the stories of Bible. Since the
child cannot remember the entire stories, we can help them by
teaching them to pick up the important event in the stories.

B. Example

Based on the picture beside we
c can conclude that the setting

of the event will be on beach and
what they will bring or use in
the beach. By using this picture
it will help the learner to identify
t the key points


C. Listening

(1) please watch the video of the problem solution in the
classroom in YouTube (
(2) Write down the problem of learner in the class and the
solution to its problem.

D. Practice

Role play
1. work in pair
2. Please choose your own topic and develop your ideas
3. Choose your partner and tell your topic to them
4. After your partner finish with their speech.
Please indicate what your partner is talking


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