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Sunday School Teacher Training

A lesson for new teachers
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Sandra Boyce

on 26 October 2013

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Transcript of Sunday School Teacher Training

BECOMING
A
TERRIFIC
TEACHER
Availability
Qualities
Needed

A Sense
of Mission

Other
Important
Qualities

A Christian
A Love for
Your Class

Regularity in Attendance
Punctuality
Dedication
Comittment
OBJECTIVES
Session 1

UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF SUNDAY SCHOOL
IDENTIFY THE QUALITIES
OF A GOOD TEACHER
Life Skills
OBJECTIVES
Session 2

Identify Learning Styles
Understand the Basic
Elements of a Lesson Plan

Multiple Intelligences
dress up their work space with posters
skim through reading material to get a rough idea what it is about before settling down to read it in detail.
Tactile/Kinesthetic Learners
take frequent study breaks
move around to learn new things (e.g. read while on an exercise bike, mold a piece of clay to learn a new concept)
work at a standing position
use bright colors to highlight reading material
Tactile/Kinesthetic Learners
create mnemonics to aid memorization
discuss ideas verbally
dictate to someone while they write down the thoughts
use verbal analogies, and story telling to demonstrate point
Auditory Learners
participate in class discussions/debates
make speeches and presentations
use a tape recorder during lectures instead of taking notes
read text out aloud
create musical jingles to aid memorization
Auditory Learners
write a story and illustrate it
use multi-media (e.g. computers, videos, and filmstrips)
study in a quiet place away from verbal disturbances
read illustrated books
visualize information as a picture to aid memorization
Visual Learners
use visual materials such as pictures, charts, maps, graphs, etc.
have a clear view of the teachers when he/she is speaking so his/her body language and facial expression can be seen
use colour to highlight important points in text
take notes or provide handouts
illustrate ideas as a picture or brainstorming bubble before writing them down
Visual Learners
There are three broad learning styles
Visual learners
Auditory learners
Kinesthetic learners
Learning Styles of Students
Pray
For the guidance of the Holy Spirit in preparing lesson and achieving goals.
Use your Bible
Study the passage beforehand. Read supporting texts from the Bible.
Before You Begin...
 
Should
Have an application section that allows students to make real-world connections
Provide for appropriate evaluation (during instruction and/or at the end) and a summary and/or review of what has been taught.
A Good Lesson Plan
Should
Be able to also connect (where possible) the current lesson with previous and subsequent lessons
Have clear, student-oriented objectives; an interesting, motivating introduction; and plenty of varied practice activities.
A Good Lesson Plan
Should
Be clear and easy to read and follow (so that another teacher could step in and teach the lesson in your absence).
Be oriented toward a particular, identified audience (based on pre-assessment information)
A Good Lesson Plan
Planning will help you:
Avoid poor or reduced learning,
Avoid frustration (for both the teacher and the students)
 Avoid wasting of time, effort and money
Save time in the future when lessons can be recycled or revisited
To sleep better
Why Plan Lessons?
 
Planning will help you:
Stay on track
To visualize (and, therefore, be better prepared for) every step of the teaching process in advance.
Have a record that allows for good reflection and self evaluation
Why Plan Lessons?
 
Planning will help you:
Reach your teaching goals
Maximize your creativity
Help you to be more effective
To incorporate more variety
Increase consistency
Decrease emergencies
Why Plan Lessons?
 
Objectives
Teaching methods/strategies
Materials/technology needed
Introduction
Learning Experiences
Assessment
Closure
Evaluation
May also include
Warm-up/review
Follow-up activities
Application
Components of
A Lesson Plan 
Guide for helping you to
achieve your objectives
in the delivery of any
particular lesson
What Is A Lesson Plan?
 
Planning will help you:
Avoid aimless wandering
Avoid failure in achieving objectives
Have needed teaching materials or equipment available 
Good connection with preceding or subsequent lessons
Why Plan Lessons?
 
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