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WATCH: The Story of Samuel the Lamanite
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(Teacher shows the pictures and identifies them. The students repeat after him/her.)
(Teacher retells story with pictures.)
(Teacher holds up the corresponding picture as he/she asks the questions.)
Fill in the Blank
Who is this?
Where did he
What did the
people do to
What did Samuel do for
the people who repented?
Who came in
What do prophets
tell us to do today?
(Students fill in the blanks with the appropriate words.)
Samuel was a ____________ in the ____________ ___ ____________. He lived in ____________ a long time ago. He went to____________ and stood on the city ____________. He told the people to ____________ and believe in ____________ ____________. The were ____________ and threw ____________ and shot ____________ at him. ____________ ____________ protected Samuel. Some people believed ____________ and were ____________. In ____________ years Jesus came like Samuel said. Jesus died for our ____________.
- Read the Script at the end of this lesson (pp. 23-24)
- Read the story of Samuel the Lamanite from the Book of Mormon Reader (pp. 83-85) from the ward library
- Read from the English Scriptures
- Genesis 4:9 ...Am I my brother's keeper?
- Genesis 18:14 Is anything too hard for the Lord?
- D&C 122:8 ...Art thou greater than he?
- D&C 132:35 Was Abraham, therefore, under no condemnation?
- Helaman 13-16
- Write the story of Samuel the Lamanite in your own words.
- In your own words tell someone the story of Samuel the Lamanite, or any of the other scripture stories from the video.
- Without reading the text, listen to the conducting phrases in lesson three and try to write them down. Practice saying them aloud.
- Listen and sing along to the hymns you have learned.
- "Book of Mormon Stories" (from the Children's Songbook)
Book of Morman stories that my teacher tell to me
Are about the Lamanites in ancient history
Long ago their fathers came from far across the sea
Giv'n this land if they lived righteously.
Samuel the Lamanite, high on the city wall,
Came to warn the people and repentance was his call.
Arrows could not hurt him, for a man of God was he,
And the taught in the land righteously.
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English Language Center
Brigham Young University
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Last updated: Friday, September 5, 2003