The Main events in Moses Life....
Continue learning the eight events in Moses’ life by looking at event number
5), the ten plagues.
Ask pupils to put themselves in the positions of Moses and Pharaoh after the eighth plague (locusts) and create a ‘conscience alley’ for each of these men.
• Moses’ conscience alley: Pupils on one side give reasons for Moses to continue following God’s will and attempting to get the slaves released; the other side state reasons why Moses should give up.
• Pharaoh’s conscience alley: Pupils on one side give reasons why Pharaoh should keep the Hebrews as slaves, the other side give reasons why Pharaoh should grant their freedom.
• Learn the last three of the events from Moses’ life:
6) leading children of Israel out of Egypt,
7) crossing the Red/Reed Sea,
8) the covenant on Mount Sinai.
Consolidate their knowledge of the story; for example, ‘quick draw’: spending 30 seconds drawing each of the eight events (four minutes in total) or verbally summarising each event in ten seconds.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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