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Teach Like Jesus

Teach Like Jesus

Author: Josh Hunt

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 1481160400

Category: Religion

Page: 172

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No one ever taught like Jesus. When we learn from Him we truly are learning from the Master Teacher. Josh Hunt is uniquely qualified to help us teach like Jesus because these are the practices he has personally used for years! Anyone who wants to become a better teacher must have this book! Allan Taylor Author, Sunday School in HD I have had the pleasure of hearing Josh teach this material in person and I can assure you that it always has an impact on the audience. It is both entertaining and informative. It will challenge you to communicate more effectively. It is biblically based and practically oriented. Your teaching will be improved if you follow the suggestions included in these pages. Here's the good news. The book is as entertaining and informative as the live presentation! Buy it! Read it! Teach like Jesus! Ken Hemphill Author, The Prayer of Jesus If you want to be the best teacher you can possibly be, Teach Like Jesus. That is not only a wonderful title for a book on how to teach, that is the secret to becoming the greatest teacher you can become. Anyone who wants to have a greater ministry in teaching, should read this book. Elmer Towns Co Founder, Liberty University Lynchburg, Virginia When it comes to teaching the Bible, nobody knows his stuff any better than Josh Hunt. Josh's new book, Teach Like Jesus, is a must read for every pastor, Sunday School director, minister of education, and Sunday School teacher out there. Josh combines years of experience, biblical analysis, and spiritual insight to provide a resource for teachers in the 21st century. But Teach Like Jesus is not just a book about theory. Woven throughout the book are practical ideas of how to put concept into reality. Bob Mayfield Sunday School and Discipleship Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma I read everything Josh has to say about teaching, group life and discipleship. This is his very best! Every member of our staff will be reading this and I am planning to get a copy for the majority of our volunteer teachers. It will make them better! Josh provides literally hundreds of applicable ideas, reminders, tips and "how-to's" to help your teaching be "the best"! Jeff Young Prestonwood Church, Dallas, TX This study is not an examination of what Jesus taught. It is an examination of how Jesus taught. In this book, you will learn. . . • Why is story such an effective way to teach? Where to find great stories. It is easier than it has ever been. What makes a great story? • How many times did Jesus ask questions? I was shocked by the answer. • What did Jesus expect of his disciples and how does expectation affect teaching? • Jesus wasn't always meek and mild and if you want to teach like Jesus you should raise your voice from time to time. • Teaching is not just about teaching. It is also about relationship. Love like Jesus. • Jesus teaching was not always clear. We are still fighting about it today. Why is that? Why wasn't Jesus clearer when he taught? • Jesus often taught in apparent contradiction. He told us to let our light so shine before men and to be careful not to do our acts of righteousness before men. He made these two statements in one sermon. What do we learn about teaching from that? • Jesus teaching was shocking to his original audience. Sometimes it shocks us. This book is born out of a careful study of the life of Christ taken from the gospels in the original Greek. Background information is from respected commentaries as well as the latest brain science on how we learn. This book has one simple goal: Teach like Jesus.

Teaching Like Jesus

Teaching Like Jesus

Author: La Verne Tolbert

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310864295

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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As a teacher, you long to help others do more than understand the Bible. You want them to experience its relevance and power for their lives. Teaching like Jesus is the answer! This commonsense guide offers examples of Jesus' teaching style from the Gospels, then shows how you can make these principles work for you -- regardless of what age group or ethnic background you're dealing with. Using a proven, four-step plan, Teaching Like Jesus gives you action steps, summaries, and other practical resources that will make your classroom a lively place to learn and apply the lessons so vitally important for transforming lives and nurturing disciples. You'll learn to think in terms of "see, hear, and do" in your lesson plans. And you'll find sample plans for age groups and cultures ranging from African-American preschoolers to Chinese married couples.

Discovery Teaching Like Jesus

Discovery Teaching Like Jesus

Author: Kathy Hoppe

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725265981

Category: Religion

Page: 114

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Discovery Teaching Like Jesus critiques the current assumptions, models, and delivery methods of adult religious education. Based on a constructivist theory, it examines the unique ways in which Jesus proclaimed his message to followers and then applies that to current teaching practices in religious settings. It focuses on adult learning theory (andragogy) and transformative learning while applying the discovery teaching methods in adult spiritual formation classes and groups. The authors identify four ways that Jesus implements constructivist methods: he creates teachable moments, he employs powerful narratives, he sparks curiosity, and he makes his listeners think. Using these techniques as a framework, the authors demonstrate how to use these in adult religious education settings. In the final section, the authors offer suggestions for excellence in teaching through recruiting, training, and supporting reflective teachers. Included in this final section are ways that adult facilitators can use self-reflection and examination to enhance their teaching ability.

Teaching Like Jesus In Today's Catholic School

Teaching Like Jesus In Today's Catholic School

Author: Michael Brown

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781387330355

Category: Education

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Teaching Like Jesus in Today’s Catholic School is a fresh look at the teaching style of Jesus through the eyes of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. In today’s Catholic school, now more than ever, teachers and administrators need to follow the guidance of the greatest teacher to walk the earth, Jesus.

Questions Catechists Ask and Answers that Really Work

Questions Catechists Ask and Answers that Really Work

Author: Carl J. Pfeifer

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1556126204

Category: Religion

Page: 110

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A practical and inspiring book that answeres key catechetical questions by drawing from official Church documents and the insights of experienced religious educators.

Teach Like a Disciple

Teach Like a Disciple

Author: Jillian N. Lederhouse

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781498289795

Category: Religion

Page: 148

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Although much has been written about P-12 teaching from a biblical perspective, this study focuses on Christ's relationships with a diverse group of individuals: wealthy and poor, women and men, unschooled and well-educated, loud and quiet, influential and powerless, those whom Jesus knew well and those who were strangers to him, those of his own faith and culture as well as those outside of it. These individuals are remarkably similar to the students we teach in our public and private school classrooms today. Each interaction between Jesus and an individual focuses on what we can learn from the student and Jesus as well as what we, as teachers, can apply in our profession. As in our own practice, some students learned their lessons well; others failed. For some, we are uncertain when or if they achieved Jesus' objective for them. Whether we are novices or experienced educators, we can learn through these instructive relationships how to be teachers who follow Jesus' example in seeing our students' potential, holistically caring for them, and ultimately having a positive impact on their lives. Through exploring these biblical relationships, we can gain a better understanding of how to teach like Christ's disciple.

Teaching That Makes a Difference

Teaching That Makes a Difference

Author: Dan Lambert

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310864301

Category: Religion

Page: 224

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This comprehensive, research-informed textbook reviews all aspects of traditional and contemporary theories and experience in youth ministry, but also points to the future by analyzing youth culture and charting innovative paradigms in the art and craft of teaching. The book is fueled by the urgent need in youth ministry to better reach students, to inform them about God’s will for their lives, and to encourage change in their lives beyond the youth group setting.Features include:• Website dedicated to the book, including chats hosted by the author• Scriptural instruction on reaching the minds, hearts, and souls of students• Cultural analysis of adolescents in ministry contexts and in the larger community• Explanation of learning styles: auditory, visual, tactile, kinesthetic• Explanation of multiple intelligences: imaginative, analytic, common sense, dynamic• Tips on creativity: where to find ideas, list of teaching methods

Rock Solid Teacher

Rock Solid Teacher

Author: Gregory C. Carlson

Publisher: Gospel Light

ISBN: 0830739203

Category: Religion

Page: 144

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Even with the increase of methods and classes, effective life change resulting from the teaching of Christian truth seems to be on the decline. Seeking to stem this trend, Gregory Carlson looks at the distinctive model of the Master Teacher, Jesus, in Rock-Solid Teacher. This exciting new resource uses the distinctive model of Jesus’ teaching to establish sound teaching principles, and then practically apply them to impact children, youth and adults. Teachers of all ages will gain confidence in their personal teaching abilities by being able to recognize good teaching practices, evaluate their own skills, mentor others, enhance their own ability to write lessons and mirror Jesus’ sound teaching principles.