This lesson contains 13 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.
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Year A - 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Slide 1 - Slide
Find an image that represents wisdom and paste it here
Slide 2 - Open question
What does the word wisdom mean to you?
Slide 3 - Open question
Slide 4 - Video
Slide 5 - Slide
The author of the book of wisdom is who?
Slide 6 - Quiz
When was the book of Wisdom written?
500 years ago
100 years before Jesus came
100 years after Jesus came
Slide 7 - Quiz
12 Wisdom is bright and unfading. She readily appears to those who love her. She’s found by those who keep seeking after her. 13 She makes herself known even in advance to those who desire her with all their hearts. 14 Someone who awakens before dawn to look for her will find her already sitting at the door. 15 Taking wisdom to heart is the way to bring your thinking to maturity. The one who can’t sleep at night because he’s consumed with thinking about her will soon be free from worry. 16 She herself goes about looking for those who are worthy of her. She graciously makes herself known to them as they travel. She comes to them in each of the ideas that they think.
Slide 8 - Slide
The author uses the imagery of a _________________ to describe wisdom.
Slide 9 - Quiz
When does a person know everything?
Slide 10 - Open question
What is the difference between knowledge and wisdom?
Slide 11 - Open question
Can a person be educated and not be wise?
Slide 12 - Open question
Get out a piece of paper and write down 5 ways you can be "wise" at school.