The Essential Book of Teacher Tips: 52 Articles with More Than 150 Ideas

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We?ve listened to customer feedback and created this resource especially for teachers and leaders of adult Sunday school lessons. This book is exactly what you need to take your Sunday school lessons to the next level.

The Essential Book of Teacher Tips will help you:
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Overview

We’ve listened to customer feedback and created this resource especially for teachers and leaders of adult Sunday school lessons. This book is exactly what you need to take your Sunday school lessons to the next level.

The Essential Book of Teacher Tips will help you:
• Lead engaging discussions
• Relate to varying learning styles
• Know when to use lecture—and how to keep it fresh
• Make good use of computers to prepare and present lessons

You need this book if you teach or lead any group of adults who study the Bible together.
Great for use with your:
• Sunday school class
• Small group
• Adult Bible fellowship
• Midsize group

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780784735299
  • Publisher: Standard Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/1/2012
  • Series: Standard Lesson Commentary
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

10 writers contribute to the collection of tips in this book. Each writer is recognized as a leader in the field of Christian education. Some have served as Christian education professors, training hundreds of teachers for service. Some have served as editors, producing the materials used by thousands of teachers every week. Some have served in local churches, practicing the very things they write about in this book. These men and women are well qualified to provide practical teaching tips!

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Table of Contents

James Riley Estep, Jr. 1711 4 Building Relatio

Brett DeYoung

5 Comm_tment: What Is Missing? Ronald G. Davis 2311 6 A Context for Learnin

Ronald G. Davis 2511 7 Dealing with Difficult Students: Problem Behavior in the Adult Classroom J

2911 8 The Drama of the Gospel:

Ronald G. Davis 3311 9 E

Ronald G. Davis 3711 10 The End: Making Sure It Is Right Rona

4111 11 Expanding Your Preparation: Using Internet Resources Eleanor A.

4511 12 Going Around Doing Good: Teaching With Projects R

4911 13 Headlines and Headliners: A Creativ

Ronald G. Davis 5311 14 Here's a Question &h

Brent L. Amato 5711 15 Hi

Ronald G. Davis 5911 16 Imitatin

Jim Pierson

17 Its Their Story Too! Making Genesis Come Alive Eleanor A. Daniel 6711 18 Lea

James Riley Estep, Jr. 6911 19 "Let Us Reason Together": Using Study Gro

James Riley Estep, Jr. 7311 20 Lots of Questions: Masteri

Ronald G. Davis 7511 21 Maps and Charts: Exploring t

James Riley Estep, Jr. 7911 22 The Medium Is th

Richard A. Koffarnus

8111 23 Old and New, New and Old: Using Comparison and Contrast in Bible Teaching Ronald G. Davis

24 Organizing Your Class for Learning and Ministry: Involving More People in Ministry Brett DeY

8911 25 Put It in Writing: How Writing Can Help Students Learn and Apply Bible Truths Ronald

9311 26 Putting the Em' pha sis on the Right Syl' la ble Ronald G. Davis 9711 27 Puzzlers, P

Ronald G. Davis 10111 28 Reaching Every Learner: One

Wendy Guthrie 10511 29 Ready, Aim, Teach: The Import

Jonathan Underwood 10911 30 Real Places, Real Time: P

Ronald G. Davis 111

31 Receiving God's Call: He Can't Be Put on Hold Ronald G. Davis 11511 32 Something

Ronald G. Davis 11911 33 The Teacher's Dilemma: "What's Next?" Jonathan

12311 34 Teaching for Transformed Lives: Our Privilege Eleano

12511 35 Teaching the Bored Brent L. Amato 12911 36

Brent L. Amato 13111 37 Teaching the Boss B

13311 38 Teaching the Bomber Brent L. Amato 13511 39 Te

James Riley Estep, Jr. 13711 40 "That You M

13911 41 Time for Prayer: Le

Ronald G. Davis 14311 42 "A Time to Laugh": Using Humor as a Teach

Brent L. Amato 14711 43 Tools of the Trade: Common Helps for Lesson Prepar

Brent L. Amato 14911 44 Ugly Words, Ugly Reality: Using

Ronald G. Davis 15311 45 Using Smaller G

Brett DeYoung 15711 46 Variety Is the Spice of

Charlotte Mize 16111 47 "Well, What Do You Know?" The I

Ronald G. Davis 16511 48 "What Can I Learn from His

Richard A. Koffarnus 16911 49 When to Use th

James Riley Estep, Jr. 17311 50 Yes o

Ronald G. Davis 17511 51 Your Seven Days: Taking Advantage of All the

Brent L. Amato 17911 52 Your Spiritual Life: Gro

James Riley Estep, Jr. 18301 Scripture

18501 Topical Index 189

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