Tag Archive: Sunday School

My Lesson is Boring!

AC expressed a common concern on the LDS Seminary Teacher Facebook Group: “I’m a new teacher this year, not creative at all and need desperate help. I have my two boys in my class and they both tell me I’m boring.” Here’s what I said: Please know that everything I’m about to say is intended to be helpful. Please read it in that context.1) Consider the source. Your own children…
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Increasing Student Participation during Gospel Lessons

Most gospel teachers struggle with classroom participation. Sometimes you’ll get a classroom of students who are very active and loud, and other times you may have a classroom of very quiet students. We want students to enjoy each other, but “between the prayers” we want them to talk about the gospel — not Friday night’s game. Following are some ideas to help you increase appropriate discussion in your classroom: Talk…
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Evaluating A Gospel Lesson – 10 Questions to Ask

After a lesson is complete, you may feel elated or even discouraged.  Evaluating your teaching is an important, often neglected, step that can help you improve as a teacher.  Evaluating your lessons is the “report” part of the Return and Report pattern taught in the temple.  Reporting, by asking questions of yourself, prayerfully consulting the Lord, speaking with another teacher or leader, or blogging experiences, can help you develop Here are…
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Plan of Salvation Quotes & Handouts

  So far the “Come Follow Me” curriculum has been a huge success in our young women! I am LOVING studying this month’s lesson which focus on the “Plan of Salvation”. I decided to create some of my favorite LDS quotes about the plan of happiness. Feel free to print and use in your lessons and young women organization here: http://courtneyaitken.blogspot.com/2013/02/plan-of-salvation-quotes-hand…

Lesson 38: “Beside Me There Is No Saviour” Old Testament Gospel Doctrine Teacher’s Manual

Here is a free downloadable lesson plan in pdf. form. It contains: An attention activity A scripture presentation adapted from the manual Printable visual aids Print the mini-posters and the scripture cards on heavy cardstock, and cut along the dotted lines on the mini-posters, then fold them in half. See how here: http://ldslessonlove.blogspot.com/

We are moving to http://NoBoringLessons.com/ where you can find Come Follow Me Lesson ideas for the new 2019 curriculum Dismiss