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This handout provides several real-life situations that teens might encounter. Students are challenged to respond to the situations and give advice to other teens.
This handout provides a set of guidelines and instructions to help students successfully participate in a Socratic seminar.
Questions about how we can imitate Jesus’ example in the way we interact with others.
A description of what a Covenant is, and discussion questions about God’s promises.
Read through the following questions and discuss your answers with your small group.
A discussion oriented worksheet that includes meditating on scripture passages and answering questions about the readings as well as personal questions.
A scripture passage from the Gospel of Luke about Martha and Mary is read along with a commentary, and is followed by large group discussion questions.
A reflection worksheet and class discussion on the video Gang Busters: One Man’s Mission to Stop Bullets by Creating Jobs.
A lesson plan on using Hevruta in the classroom.
A reading on how to lead a Socratic seminar.
A resource on how to use the jigsaw process, with is a method where students share information and insights from different readings to create a larger picture.
This resource is part of the Living in Christ Series. It offers instruction to students who must put together a portfolio of their readings, writings and assignments from lessons on Jesus and Christology.
This article is from the Living in Christ Series. It is an instructional article for teachers to learn how to administer a "Gallery Walk" discussion technique.
This article is from the Living in Christ Series. It offers guidelines for teachers teaching students how to navigate the Bible, including reference to other worksheet for the students.
This handout is part of the Living in Christ Series. It outlines the research questions for students to explore while studying various kings of the Old Testament.
Background for the Teacher This session focuses our attention on Paul's conversion experience. Using a hard-boiled egg and a raw egg as focusing symbols, the young people reflect on the meaning of conversion. Then two or three of the participants …
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