Using Object Lessons in Bible Teaching - Teacher Training Resources

using object lessons

Using a physical object to represent an abstract idea can help clarify the concept or principle by making a bridge to the unknown by using that which is known.

To Read: Jesus, a Master Teacher in Using Object Lessons

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Object Lessons
Thinking of an object lesson as a bridge to engage and clarify should help keep focus on the lesson to be learned more than the object used to illustrate it. This 3 page teacher training worksheet uses an acrostic of the word 'object' to provide some points to remember in using objects the way Jesus did to teach lessons.

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