50 Ready-to-Use Assemblies for Primary and Secondary Schools

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Kingsway Publications, 2006 - Christian education of children - 224 pages
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Assembly ideas for schools workers, teachers and visiting speakers who are looking for fun and innovative ways to communicate the Christian faith in primary and secondary schools. Each idea is coded for ageappropriateness, has a theme, a bible reference and a list of props needed. Much of the material can also be used in churches. First published in 2003, this has been re-released under the Children's Ministry band with a fresh new cover design. Guidance On: Planning assemblies Building links with a school Engaging young people's attention Presenting the message effectively
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
9
Why Do Assemblies?
11
The Planning Stage
13
What Can I Realistically Achieve?
15
Building Links with a School
21
Symbols Used
23
PERSONAL SOCIAL AND MORAL DEVELOPMENT
25
An Unlikely Truth
26
CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
99
Vince the Lad
100
Feeding the Five Million
103
A Big Chunk of Chocolate
106
Third World Quiz
109
Annoying Truths
112
SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT
115
Anarchic Noughts and Crosses
116

The Great Egg Challenge
29
Ultimate Multiple Choice
32
Cat Food Cuisine
34
Thirst Quencher
37
Call My Bluff
40
Telling Tales
43
A Romantic Meal for Two
45
Sock in a Teapot
48
Greedy Pigs
50
One Body Many Mouths
53
The Disposable Plate
55
A Question of the Environment
58
Opposite Sides of a Coin
62
Smelly Kenny
67
Chinese Mimes
72
Cabin Crew
74
Babble
77
Learning from Mistakes
80
Kick the Habit
83
Its No Sacrifice
86
To Vote or Not to Vote
89
A Moral Conundrum
92
A Bunch of Phobias
95
Hand in Glove
119
The Waterproof Newspaper
122
Filthy Rags
125
Mummy Rises
128
Calendar System
131
Bus Stop
134
The Why Files
137
They Think Its All Over
141
My Hope Is in James Bond
144
Its a Kind of Magic
147
The Sticky Problem of Sin
149
Im with the Woolwich
152
Gods Megaphone
154
Into the Arms of Faith
156
So Near Yet So Far
159
Cross Purposes
162
The Powerful Prince and the Pretty Peasant Girl
165
The Jesus Question
168
The Floating Nut
171
The Privilege of Pain
173
Index of Themes
176
Scripture Index
181
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David N. Burt, Professor Emeritus of Supply Management at the University of San Diego, has more than 50 years in the fields of procurement, supply management, and value network management. He was recognized by the National Association of Purchasing Management as a NAPM Professor in 1992. Dr. Burt's publications include seven books and numerous articles which have appeared in "The Journal of Purchasing, Harvard Business Review", MIT'S "Sloan Management Review", and others.

Sheila D. Petcavage, is Assistant Professor and Business Coordinator at Cuyahoga Community College Western Campus. She has more than 15 years of purchasing and operations management experience and is an active member of the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), where she is the editor of their News Publications. Ms. Petcavage holds the Lifetime Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.) Designation.

Richard L. Pinkerton is Professor Emeritus of Marketing and Logistics at California State University, Fresno. A past Dean of the Graduate School of Administration at Capital University in Columbus, OH, he also served as Chair and Business Center Director of the Craig School of Business, California State University at Fresno. He is a Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.) with a lifetime designation. Mr. Pinkerton is co-author with Dr. Burt of "A Purchasing Manager's Guide to Strategic Proactive Procurement", published by the American Management Association.

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