23 Sep Experiencing a Strange Sort of JudgmentConstruct t
Experiencing a Strange Sort of JudgmentConstruct two different exercises that can be done in a classroom to illustrate the principles behind each of the two discussion assignments for the week. These exercises should take the form of some type of game or activity that enables the students not to only comprehend the principles in question but also to experience them in action.So that you have an idea of what the assignment is, an example of such a game or activity on a completely different topic is that of The Swedish Fish Experiment (Immerwahr, 2012) regarding Hobbesian political theory.Be sure to identify the target audience for this exercise (grade level, socio-economic status, cultural background, and so on).The first exercise should focus on the principle behind “The Law Kills” discussion post that you determined as part of that assignment. Without prejudicing your own reflections on the subject, this principle involves the role of the Law in bringing people up short, in making them realize that their efforts are for naught because all has already been done for them in Christ, and that to rely upon the Law is to reject the gift given them in Christ.The second exercise should focus on the principle articulated explicitly by Capon (2002) in “The Out are Already In” discussion post.Be sure to explain how each exercise should work in detail and the possible scenarios that could arise as part of the activity. Connect the desired outcomes of the game explicitly to the Required Studies to show how the exercise functions as an experiential illustration of the principles in question.Click here for information on course rubrics.