Throfo 3

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Throfo 3

  1. 1. Module number: CC104 title: Theological Reflection on Former Occupation session 03
  2. 2. I wonder if I might have your attention?
  3. 3. Bless to us our thinking; and in learning, may we glorify You. Bless to us our senses; and perceiving, may we delight in what you make . Bless to us our conversation; In speaking may we build up all. So may we might think more truly; know more clearly and grow together in loving service. Amen.
  4. 4. Today we're looking at ... More detail on the 'experience' and the 'analysis' phases of the pastoral cycle
  5. 5. <ul><li>How we're learning ... </li></ul><ul><li>reflecting on and sharing our experience </li></ul><ul><li>using some of our experience to have a go at the pastoral cycle. </li></ul>
  6. 6. <ul><li>Why we're learning . </li></ul><ul><li>to better inter-relate Bible and contemporary experience. </li></ul><ul><li>To be better attuned to the texture of 'secular' activities and institutions in which God shows up. </li></ul><ul><li>To be more familiar with methods of theological reflection which can be applied to placement reflection later on </li></ul>
  7. 7. Remember last time? All those bible passages? What did you come up with?
  8. 8. Share: 1) what you learnt (most important or influential) 2) what prompted learning; 3) what processes it took; 4) what lasting effect; c. 5 mins
  9. 9. The Pastoral Cycle Experience Analysis reflection Planning
  10. 10. In groups of 3: each choose an incident from your previous occupation. It needs to be something that you can tell the others. It should be something that was significant for you 2 mins: outline facts 2 mins: emotional commentary Others ask clarifications.
  11. 11. What do you notice about retelling experiences?
  12. 12. stretch your legs for a couple of minutes ....
  13. 13. The Pastoral Cycle Experience Analysis reflection Planning
  14. 14. In groups of 3: using the incident from your previous telling, each explore 'saliencies': eg What's the context? How did it get this way? What are the factors that impinge on it? -economic, social, psychological, historical, structural, cultural...
  15. 15. Use to explore /analyse further... (5 mins each) Six thinking hats (Edward de Bono)
  16. 16. Find a conversation partner you've not worked with in this session, In 20 seconds, give them a summary of your experience of this session. Swap over. Then, each tell the other one point of analysis or exploration. Each ask questions to explore or analyse further ...

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