Jennifer Frazzini

Jennifer Frazzini

Welcome to Ms. Frazzini's Eighth Grade Class - Room 219

Background and Education:
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.A. English, Speech Communications - Northeastern Illinois University
M.A Elementary Education - Roosevelt University
M.Ed Educational Policy, Organization, Leadership - University of Illinois (Champaign - Urbana/Chicago Cohort) - anticipated completed Summer 2018

After ten years in the corporate world, I chose to pursue my passion for education and earned my masters in elementary education while gaining tremendous classroom experience in all grade levels at St. Juliana School.  Upon graduation, I continued at St. Juliana School as the junior high language arts and social studies teacher.  I left the Catholic school setting for three years while I taught in an all-inclusive multi-age classroom of 5th and 6th graders in Morton Grove.  I am extremely blessed to have the opportunity to return to the Catholic schools as I truly value the foundations through which the students at SPC excel spiritually, emotionally, socially, and academically. I am extremely blessed to the opportunity this year to help our SPC students enhance their religious education and meet and exceed our goal to become the best people we can all possibly be!  Each day we must BE our BEST and DO our BEST! Go Tigers!

 

7th Grade Religion Homework

7th Grade Religion Homework:

UNIT GOAL: I will have a deeper understanding of who Jesus is and will desire to follow Jesus.

Faith Focus: Jesus accepted his mission as Messiah at His baptism and was faithful to it during His temptation.

7th Grade Religion Homework:

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THURSDAY

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Beatitudes

Examples of How to Live out the Beatitudes

8th Grade Religion Homework

8th Grade Religion Homework:

UNIT GOAL: This unit will deepen our understanding and appreciation of the Church.

8th Grade Religion Homework: work on completing your journal entries (through page 50); due Friday

Yearlong Objective:  I will seek to become a disciple of Christ following in the apostolic tradition of the Catholic Church to which I am being initiated.

 

Things that make you go hmmmmmm ....

 

Pray with A.C.T.S.

 

A.C.T.S. is an easy way to remember key elements of prayer. It’s simply prayer in four parts:

Adoration – “Praise be to God!” -Psalms 68:35
Tell God how much you appreciate Him. Express your love for Him. Praise His power and majesty. This is a great way to begin your prayer time. Sometimes I watch the sun rise, and praise God for the beauty of His creation. You should never run out of praise. “How awesome are your deeds!” -Psalms 66:3

Confession – “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just, and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.” -1 John 1:9
Tell Him where you have fallen short. Be specific. I thank Him for the forgiveness I have in Christ, and ask for help and strength to turn away from future temptations.

Thanksgiving – Always “glorify him with thanksgiving” -Psalms 69:30
You have plenty of reasons to be thankful. Thank God for His love, His faithfulness, His patience and a million other things. Express gratitude for what He’s doing in your life. Thank Jesus for dying on the cross for you. Thank the Holy Spirit for indwelling you, and never leaving. Thank Him for being your conscience, your counselor and that “still small voice.”

Supplication – “Make your requests known to God.” -Philippians 4:6
Tell God what you want, no matter how small it seems to you. Do you really think any of your requests are too big to God, the Creator? You should have lots of intercessory prayer here. Remember to stop and listen .... you might hear an answer!

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And always remember that when you enter the SPC doors, 

You are AMAZING,
You are IMPORTANT,
You are LEADERS,
You are EXPLORERS,
You are SCIENTISTS,
You are MATHEMATICIANS,
You are CREATIVE,
You are FRIENDS,
You are UNIQUE,
You are AUTHORS,
You are READERS,
You are LOVED,
You are...
The REASON I am here!

I look forward to helping each of you achieve your goals and become lifelong learners as well as peaceful, respectful, and responsible global citizens.  You all have limitless potential in and out of the classroom to DO and BE your absolute best.

 

"Dare to dream it.  Work to achieve it."

 

 

 

Please let me know should you need anything from me to help you accomplish what you set out to do this year.  I look forward to witnessing your every successful moment.  

 

 

 

Thank you for the opportunity!

 

Ms. Frazzini