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Instructing a Child’s Heart
©2008 by Tedd Tripp and Margy Tripp
ISBN 978-0-9815400-0-9 [Tedd Tripp (2018). Instructing a Child’s Heart. Retrieved from https://app.wordsearchbible.lifeway.com]
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MATBOOK REVIEW ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS OVERVIEW Use the following format in preparing your 4MAT Book Review for the Tripp and Tripp textbook, Instructing a Child’s Heart, for this course. INSTRUCTIONS 1. Abstract. Summarize the book in at least five hundred (500) words and no more than two (2) pages. Prove you comprehend the reading by writing an objectively focused summary from the reader’s point of view. The abstract is not a commentary or listing of topics but rather an objective summary from the reader’s viewpoint. This section must include a minimum of two (2) footnotes referencing the reviewed textbook.
2. Concrete Response. Get vulnerable! In no less than two-hundred-fifty (250) words and no more than one (1) page, relate a personal life experience that this book brought to mind. Relate your story in first person, describing action and quoting exact words you remember hearing or saying. You will remember almost nothing you have read unless you make this critical, personal connection. This is your chance to tell your story and make new ideas your own. In the teaching style of Jesus, this is a do-it-yourself parable, case study, confession
.3. Reflection. This is the critical thinking part of the review (not critical in the sense of negative, but in the sense of questioning). In no less than two-hundred-fifty (250) words and no more than one (1) page, describe what questions are raised in response to what you have read. Take notes as you read. Attempt to ask better questions than the ones the author raised in the book. Describe how the author could have made the book more appealing to those in your field of study. One way to begin this section is by stating what challenged you most about the book. This is not a place to provide an endorsement or affirmation of the book.
4. Action. In no less than one (1) page and no more than two (2) pages, provide three (3) action steps that describe what changes you are going to make in your life, ministry, and/or work as a result of your reading. Action steps must be measurable and reveal a commitment to specific times, particular people, and identified steps.