Dr. Constable's Notes , authored by Dr. Thomas L. Constable since
1985 ( click here to read Dr. Constable's
Introduction to the Notes ), provide commentary on all 66
books of the Bible, and contain 8,900 pages of material in the .pdf
online format. Dr. Constable's Notes , also known as Expository
Notes to Dr. Constable's seminary students, are intended to help
you to better understand the Bible.
The two online formats of Dr. Constable's Notes featured below are available to anyone with Internet access. Please read the instructional paragraphs below the two tables. The latest editions of all 66 books, accessed from the tables below by links to their .pdf or .html files, can be used for reading, studying, writing papers, quoting, teaching a class or Bible study, etc. They may not be used for commercial purposes (see Copyright Policy next).
I teach special education. I have a group of students that are reading at below grade level, at a 2nd grade level. They struggle with reading comprehension, text structures and organization. The use of graphic organizers and signal words or phrases is an excellent idea to help them visualize what a story is about. Narrative text is hard for my students to comprehend and by adding expository text they can become very confused. Students need to be taught how to identify and analyze expository text so they can plan and know what to expect as they read informational text.