Youth / Teens Age Level Teacher Training Resources 
 

These resources are geared more to teaching youth than youth ministry in general. You might find the youth ministry resources page on the MinTools.com site helpful if you are looking for youth ministry helps.
 

Read more about teenagers and teacher training: What Today's Teens Really Need
 

Click below to find training resources for the following:
 
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General Youth (Teen) Teaching Resources 

Articles/Handouts, Hardcopy:
  • Youth Leader Training on the Go by Mark DeVries, Jeff Dunn-Rankin - 52 reproducible 2 page handouts on CD; much of this is more about youth ministry in general than simply teaching youth but you will find some of the topics helpful to teaching

Articles, Online:
Audio Recordings:

Free:

  • Youth Lesson Preparation and Presentation - by Aaron Davitch at the Children Desiring God Conference 2011; The MP3 audio of these seminars may be listened to online or can be downloaded --Free! Handouts can also be printed for the seminars.

Cost:


Books:
Group Training at Conventions, Conferences:
Videos:
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 Junior High 

Articles, Online:
Books:
Worksheets:
One of the two youth age levels included in this resource relates to junior high students. For this age level you will find an introductory article about that age level, a one page overview of their age level characteristics, and a worksheet with the characteristics to use to assess one's teaching in light of their implications and determine steps to take to improve. The following article title represents this age level:
  • Teach Junior High Students??? -- It's not the end of the world!
     
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 Senior High 

Worksheets:
One of the two youth age levels included in this resource relates to senior high school students. For this age level you will find an introductory article about that age level, a one page overview of their age level characteristics, and a worksheet with the characteristics to use to assess one's teaching in light of their implications and determine steps to take to improve. The following article title represents this age level:
  • Do High School students even know the definition of commitment?
     
    (This module is from the Age Level Characteristics Download which includes 11 age brackets from infants to older adults.)
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