I think morals. I am not sure myself. I have this for a hw question in history and to know ASAP.
He used stories as they would relate to the present situation but could be used later in life. They taught lessons and how you should act.
it was to explain the unexplainable and to teach lessons
No. Shakespear was after the time of passion plays. A passion play is a play written and put on by the church to teach bible lessons. People couldn't read so the church used many ways to teach bible lessons.
To teach Punjabi classes and lessons about Sikhism. Also used as a meeting room and library.
Not all of Aesop's stories or fables used animals instead of people. Animals are commonly used in fables so that people could read the story, enjoy it, and learn from it without envisioning themselves or someone else in the roles. This was a non threatening strategy to teach lessons without making the reader fearful of bad people.
Very important. They (ancient Greeks) would teach Aesop's fables alongside Homers epics. Aesop used animals to teach life lessons to people.
Lord and follower. He used parables to teach his lessons to his disciples or students.
Both the square and compasses are architect's tools and are used in Masonic ritual as emblems to teach symbolic lessons
Many people feel they do not type fast enough. Whether they have a job position that requires fast typing or simply wish they could type better, there are classes and lessons that are designed to help get people typing at a better skill level. Typing lessons are designed to teach typing students how to quickly and efficiently type, as well as different techniques that can be used to make typing even faster and more efficient.
music is greatly used in Christianity to witness and teach. little kids are tought songs to teach lessons and help memorize stories. because christian music comes in a vaiety of genres it appeald to many types of people.music is also used as a way to worship god and praise him
It is quite possible that Jesus used the same story more than once to illustrate different points and that the Gospel authors simply differed in which version of the story they selected.An individual Gospel author may have changed the setting of the parable to better illustrate the point he wished to make to his readers.
Scriptures are used a textbook, basically. They teach lessons in accordance to the religion they are based or written upon, as to fulfill the expectations given out by leaders, alive or deceased.
A good way to start beginning guitar lessons is too get a guitar and a tablature book. The book will show you all the notes and fingerings that are used to play that instrument. After learning the fingerings and notes you can hire an instructor to teach you more.
I assume that the synonym you are looking for is a 'parable', which is a short story, such as those Jesus told, which teaches a moral or spiritual lesson.
In science lessons, condensers are often used lessons involving physics. They can be used with water and other substances to show their reactions under different temperatures.
mostly they were used to teach lessons and morals to children but the question is who writes or creates these stories.Actually not for children as the Humans live and die for these Stories These are to be believed and are the core of a Religion and Humanity.
How did Kelly hashway use foreshadowing In the fourth paragraph of this story tell what clue was written into the story and how readers could have used this clue to predict the ending of the story
Like many animals, cheetahs teach their cubs everything for basic survival. These lessons, when young, are taught through watching their mother. When old enough to hunt, these lessons are taught by a live specimen the cubs have to kill (i.e: the mother returns with a live animal in which the cubs must kill). Liker other predatory animals, when cheetah cubs play, they are learning the basic hunting techniques used in everyday life.
an aritifact with speacial meaning
the hartorah is a reading from the books that follow the 5 books of the Torah;the Niveeim (prophets). it isn't really "used" for anything, it serves the same purpose as the Torah, to teach us lessons and to help us improve our life as a community and as individuals
The tool that Puritans used to teach their children was the New England Primer. It was also used to teach them Christian Catechism at the same time.
The Aborigines in the central part of Australia used dot paintings because these matched the materials they had on hand, such as sand, rocks, and bits of plants. Each part of a dot painting is symbolic, and the Aborigines also used these to teach their children important lessons.