The story of Daniel in the lions’ den (Daniel – Chapter 6) tells how Daniel is raised to high office by his royal master Darius the Mede, but jealous rivals trick Darius into issuing a decree which condemns Daniel to death. Hoping for Daniel’s deliverance, but unable to save him, the king has him cast into the pit of lions. At daybreak he hurries back, asking if God had saved his friend. Daniel replies that God had sent an angel to close the jaws of the lions, “because I was found blameless before him.” The king has those who had conspired against Daniel, and their wives and children, thrown to the lions in his place, and commands to all the people of the whole world to “tremble and fear before the God of Daniel”.
This notebooking resource has been designed for students to write about, give a report of, and comment on chapter 6 of the book of Daniel.
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This interactive, student centered resource will allow students to research, report and gain valuable geography and history knowledge about the great United States! Using this resources, students can produce beautiful projects. It can be used to study all of the 50 states!
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A rubric allows teachers to communicate expectations for an assignment by listing the criteria, or what counts, and describing levels of quality expected. This notebooking rubric should have the ‘points possible’ listed when the assignment is given and any other details you expect. Give this information to the students at the beginning of the assignment and then complete the rubric after the assignment is complete.
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