Lin, T. – How to Illustrate your Sunday School Lesson

HOW TO ILLUSTRATE YOUR SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
A Necessity for All Teachers
Timothy Lin, Ph.D.
Sunday School Lessons, Sunday School Lessons for Kids

How to illustrate your Sunday School Lesson is a brief 1 chapter outline presentation of illustrating a Sunday School class. It has a lot of good points about teaching in it.

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This is a brief 1 chapter outline presentation of illustrating a Sunday School class. It has a lot of good points about teaching in it.

Author:Lin
Platforms:Windows 8
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License:Freeware
Date:December 3, 2018

Bennion, A.S. – Principles of Teaching

Principles of Teaching

Principles of Teaching
by Adam S. Bennion
Superintendent of Church Schools

Designed for Quorum Instructors and Auxiliary Class Teachers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Published by THE GENERAL BOARDS OF THE AUXILIARY ORGANIZATIONS OF THE CHURCH
1921
1952 Reprint of the original

For the General Boards of the Auxiliary Organizations of the Church

In this 24 chapter work, Bennion (Mormon) gives tips and pointers on teaching religion. I know this is a Mormon work, but the principles of education shouldn’t really change much from one group to another. There may be some good theory of how to teach within this work, and I would expect that Bennion had a secular education in education.

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Dabney, R.L. – Secularized Education

Secularized Education

by Robert L. Dabney

Summary: This single chapter work is a discourse by Dabney on who controls education and its content. The discussion is directed at the content is directed at the goals of who controls education.

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Date:February 5, 2017

Betts, G.H. – How to Teach Religion

In this work, educator Betts (Methodist Episcopal) explains how a person teaches religion. He begins with the person of the teacher, then the great objective, a fourfold foundation (right aims, material, organization, and presentation), religious knowledge, religious attitude, connecting instruction with life and conduct, the subject matter of religious education, organization of the material, the technique, making truth vivid, types of teaching, and methods.