Bible Teaching Methods - Teacher Training Resources

Bible Teaching Methods

Use Variety & Creativity in Methodology

The resources on this page provide general information about Bible teaching methods to help you address issues related to methodology to bring more creativity and variety into your teaching.

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While some of the resources listed below help with specific methods, other pages listed in the 'teacher training resources categories' section will provide additional help on specific methods such as crafts, discussion, drama, games, guided conversation, learning centers, music, object lessons, playing, puppets, puzzles & other manipulatives, questions, and storytelling.

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Sharpening Your Bible Teaching Methods Resource
Bible teachers learn to use more variety in their teaching with this resource which provides training on 57 different teaching methods, along with an overview of group factors that should be considered in choosing methods and charts to help determine which methods are best for one's situation based on group size, objectives, age level, category, and time.


Tips for Choosing & Using Methods
In this 10 page teacher training worksheet, Bible teachers will first consider group factors that can help determine which method to choose. (Please note that these are the same factors presented in the Sharpening Your Bible Teaching Methods Resource listed above.) Then teachers will work through four steps they can take in choosing and using teaching methods. In addition, basic definitions of 57 methods are provided that will give teachers an idea of the variety of methods they can use.

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