Getting and Keeping Students' Attention - Teacher Training Resources


Use an introduction that hooks the attention of students.
The introduction of a lesson, often called the "hook," needs to grab the attention of students much like a hook is used to lure fish. Teachers must grasp the importance of developing a good attention-getting introduction and then they need to aim at keeping their attention.
Read about its importance:

Links open in new pages to keep the list available to look at additional teacher training resources. While seeking to choose doctrinally sound resources, we make no claim to total endorsement of any listing. Where possible, we link to merchants with whom we have an affiliate relationship, such as being an Amazon Associate from whom we earn from qualifying purchases. These sites may use cookies to track your activity to ensure that Ministry Tools Resource Center gets commissions from any sales.

Articles, Online:


Get and Keep Attention to Get Students Out of World Into Word
If Bible teachers have students for one hour a week then 99.4% of their week has been spent elsewhere -- in the world. They come into class with a lot on their hearts and minds that can potentially distract and block them from hearing God's Word. The introduction should be used to help get the students out of the world and into the Word. But, then we need to keep their attention.

Share This with Others:

Also Important in Bible Lessons:   The Application Part of the Lesson

Teacher Training Blog
    Recent Posts:

Follow:      Find MinTools on Facebook    Find MinTools on Twitter    Follow on Pinterest