Premarital Curriculum Project Instructions
For this assignment, you will develop a working premarital curriculum by first submitting a draft of your work, followed by a final submission of the curriculum. It must be designed and presented as a PowerPoint presentation. This is an opportunity for you to create a curriculum that will help couples accurately assess their compatibility for marriage as well as help them navigate their first three years of marriage successfully. The goal is for you to be able to actually use this in a class/small group setting or a large counseling session with a group of premarital couples. Make sure to use relevant Scripture throughout your presentation and include a slide for each homework/activity assigned along with instructions that capture your expectations for completing each homework/activity assignment.
For your draft, provide an overall outline of your project with your topic heading slides, introduction, and conclusion. It must cover 8–12 weeks and have a minimum of 15 slides. See the Premarital Curriculum Project – Draft Grading Rubric to ensure you are meeting all criteria. The Draft should have:
1. An Introduction
a. Your name on the cover slide. This is often forgotten, but it gives ownership to and shows pride in what you have built.
b. Rationale (Church/individual philosophy, Biblical and otherwise)
c. Outline of the teaching journey. Simply stated, a road map of where the course/curriculum is going. This (often a single slide) is found in the “introduction section” of the entire teaching project.
d. At least one slide, with content, of each session. Of course you will have more in the final, but this allows you to develop a good path for your built. At least 8 sessions or weekly meetings. Most students include a homework slide, but it is not necessary in the “draft”
e. A Reference / Bibliography slide at the end. Although this will not be complete, include one to keep your format/structure for the project.
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