32 Ways to Become a Great Sunday School Teacher

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A self-directed teacher training resource offering four courses of study for both experienced teachers and beginners.

For many churches teacher training is a once-a year event, or even a budget casualty. 32 Ways to Become a Great Sunday School Teacher uses self-study sessions to help teachers design individualized programs that assist them in learning how to teach. New teachers will learn the basics of teaching (how faith develops; the ages and stages of learning); veterans will...

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Overview

A self-directed teacher training resource offering four courses of study for both experienced teachers and beginners.

For many churches teacher training is a once-a year event, or even a budget casualty. 32 Ways to Become a Great Sunday School Teacher uses self-study sessions to help teachers design individualized programs that assist them in learning how to teach. New teachers will learn the basics of teaching (how faith develops; the ages and stages of learning); veterans will find ways to enrich their prayer lives and incorporate different teaching styles in a lesson.

A sampler of topics: How to Study a Bible Passage; Multiple Intelligence Learning; Death, Illness, Other Crises; Using Questions in Teaching; The Gospels; Prayer in the Classroom; The Sacraments; Symbols of Christianity

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780687017874
  • Publisher: Abingdon Press
  • Publication date: 7/28/1997
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 8.54 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.48 (d)

Meet the Author

Delia Halverson, a Christian education specialist, is a veteran classroom and workshop leader with more than 20 years' experience. She has written extensively in the area of religious education and is the author of 32 Ways to Become a Great Sunday School Teacher, How to Train Volunteer Teachers, Leading Adult Learners and My Cup Runneth Over... Devotions for Teachers. She is the author of over fifteen books and is well known for her articles and curriculum writing. She lives in Woodstock, Georgia.
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Table of Contents

Introduction 9
1 Ages and Stages 15
2 How Our Faith Develops 29
3 How to Read and Study a Bible Passage 35
4 Multiple Intelligence Learning 42
5 Why Christian Education? 47
6 Enriching My Prayer Life 50
7 Our Faith Story in the Bible 56
8 Simplify, Simplify! 61
9 The Bible and Teaching Faith 66
10 The Gospels 68
11 The Psalms 72
12 The Sacraments 75
13 Symbols of Christianity 79
14 Worship 84
15 Death, Illness, and Other Crises 88
16 Incorporating Stewardship and Mission 94
17 Learning Centers 102
18 Lesson Planning 106
19 Positive Classroom Atmosphere 108
20 Prayer in the Classroom 114
21 Selecting Curriculum for Adults 120
22 Taking the Maze Out of Your Room 123
23 Using Questions in Teaching 128
24 Teachable Moments 132
25 Teaching the Bible Creatively 136
26 Observe in the Classroom 141
27 Evaluate Your Class Session 143
28 Act as Lead Teacher 145
29 Plan and Carry Out a Class Project 147
30 Compile Personal Teaching Files 150
31 Make a Permanent Teaching Aid 152
32 Prepare and Teach Observation Sessions 154
Progress Chart 157
Certificate of Accomplishment 158
Notes 159
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