What is School in a Briefcase?

The LitNet! School In A Briefcase (SIAB) curriculum was first developed to address book famine in rural Christian schools throughout Uganda. The curriculum supports early English literacy training in the classroom, home, or church. SIAB contains songs, stories, games, student reading books, an alphabet chart, alphabet books, writing activities, and complete lesson plans based upon Biblical character traits, Bible stories, and memory verses. All student materials are photocopy reproducible.
 
LitNet! School In A Briefcase Contains: 
 
  • Briefcase Lessons, a book of daily lesson plans and activities
  • Briefcase Stories, a book of Bible stories, songs, factual information, and stories that teach positive character traits
  • Briefcase Readers, a book of photocopy masters for student books and alphabet chart
  • Alphabet Chart
  • 24 alphabet books to build English vocabulary
  • 12 children's story booklets
  • Downloadable Windows Media Playlist file or CD of songs
  • Vinyl carrying case
 
 
 
ABOVE: Samples of student reading book covers and titles
 
 
School In A Briefcase Samples 
 

The School In A Briefcase teaching curriculum contains a teacher's volume of factual information, stories, and songs for children called Briefcase Stories.
To view pages from a sample unit in this volume, click Briefcase Stories*.


The teacher's lesson plans are found in the volume called Briefcase Lessons.
To view a sample three-day unit from this volume, click Briefcase Lessons*.


Accompanying children's reading books and alphabet letter books are provided in two sizes. They are designed to be folded and stapled to create an inexpensive, reproducible, six-page booklet. To view a sample page of these folded masters, click student books*.


School In A Briefcase includes a child evangelism tract using the folded book format. It presents the gospel in simple language. To view one page of the folded book master, click God is Your Father*.

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