The things I learned this quarter is about honesty and wisdom. I learned about King Solomon, who was a normal boy. One day God came to his dream and asked what he wanted. Solomon didn't ask for wealth or prosperity, he asked for wisdom. God was very pleased with his decision and made him the wisest and wealthiest man. However God gave him some rules he must abide, and Solomon agreed. After years passed and his age inclined, his obedience and faithfulness began to diminish. He lost his direction and he began to break the rules. From this story I understood and learned that even though you are the wisest person in the world you are still potent to go in the wrong direction. Even though Solomon was challenged in his wisdom, the fact that he was the wisest man in the world still persisted, he wrote the whole chapter of Proverbs which contains wisdom and teachings which can be applied to life. This sample work is my best work since I deeply reflected this verse and understood the outer and inner meaning of this passage. The things I did well was, I dug deep until I could barely go further, I deeply reflected this verse and understood it's meaning. The ways I could improve this assignment is to check my grammar, since I spotted out a few grammatical errors while going through this reflection. The global context in relation to this quarter in Biblical Studies is Identities and Relationships. This context is closely connected since, in this quarter we learned about mental and spiritual health. In addition we also learned the values of wisdom which is interconnected with Wisdom Literature, which we learned too.
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In this subject I learned about wisdom and taming our tongue. I learned about wisdom as an outer topic in the beginning, like about King Solomon, who was the smartest man in the world but still made unwise decisions which led to his fall. After narrowing the big topic down, I learned about taming our tongue. In this topic I had a project about making a movie about times where we (SPH students) fail to tame our tongue and its consequences, along with how to control. I got the scores 6 and 7 out of 8, because I should have put more verses and more realistic action. I will improve by referring more to the criteria before doing anything, to get an improved score. This work applied to the IB Global Context Orientation in Space and Time because I explored personal histories (which was the reflections I did about this topic and the history of King Solomon). In addition, I found the relationships between, and the interconnectedness of individuals (which was the topic of how the words from our mouth affect relationships and status). The teacher's comments are, "I should improve my context deepness more clearly".