One of the many ways Bible teachers can get a class’ attention is to begin the lesson with a thought-provoking question. They can then guide students to discover truth on their own through the use of questions as they look at God’s Word. And, to get beyond simply knowing the truth, teachers can ask questions that get students thinking about the implications and application of the truth to their lives.
In this 3 page teacher training worksheet you will look at types of questions that can be used in the various parts of a lesson and practice developing such questions.
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