102 Hot Seat Questions for Your Teen or Pre-Teen Group

102 Hot Seat Questions for Your Teen or Pre-Teen Group

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by Jeanne Gibson
     
 

Kids love to express their own ideas on how to solve a problem, especially when the problem is one that they or their friends have faced at one time or another or may face in the future.

This book has 102 such problems, some common to all kids and others dealing with more sticky situations that give them the opportunity to interact with each other to find out…  See more details below

Overview

Kids love to express their own ideas on how to solve a problem, especially when the problem is one that they or their friends have faced at one time or another or may face in the future.

This book has 102 such problems, some common to all kids and others dealing with more sticky situations that give them the opportunity to interact with each other to find out the best solution to each problem.

Select one or two of the entries from this book at the end of your weekly Sunday school class or youth group meeting, and ask the group for their ideas about solving the problem described. You’ll be amazed at the variety of ideas they come up with. Some of their ideas may conflict with the morality of what you have been trying to teach them, and the open discussion will give you a chance to present more acceptable ways of dealing with a particular problem.

To make it even more interesting, set up a “hot seat” in the middle of the room and have one student take the seat. Read the question and allow the student to volunteer his or her solution to the problem before opening it to discussion by the whole group. (Perhaps some of your students may want to role-play some of the situations for the group.)

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012276933
Publisher:
Jeanne Gibson
Publication date:
03/16/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
297 KB

Meet the Author

Jeanne Gibson lives in Springfield, Oregon and has had hundreds of her articles published in magazines and online. She is a former English and Math teacher at the secondary school level, but this particular book is based on her many years of experience in leading youth groups and teaching Sunday school classes.

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102 Hot Seat Questions for Your Teen or Pre-Teen Group 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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