Thinking like a teacher

Thinking like a teacher - Thinking Like A Teacher Asking...

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“Thinking Like A Teacher” Asking the right questions to think as a teacher 1. What is the PURPOSE/OBJECTIVE of this lesson? 1. The purpose statement is a statement that communicates the main point or points of your lesson. 2. What is the big picture? Helicopter view that helps seeing how the lesson fits. 2. How can I teach the WORD OF GOD effectively? 1. Know the Word of God for yourself by spending time in it. 2. Abide or be filled by the Spirit. 3. C-A-P-S: Be CLEAR, ACCURATE, PRATICAL, AND SIMPLE. 4. All of God's prophets sought to communicate the Word of God and its truth – You are communicating the Word of God and its truth! 3. How can I CAPTURE my student's ATTENTION at the onset? 1. During the introduction, ask yourself, “What are the students asking themselves?” 1. Who is this teacher? 2. Is this worth my time? 3. What is your point? 4. Is this worthwhile? 2. Elements of good introductions: 1. Capture attention 2. Gain interest 3. State your purpose 4. Keep it simple and interesting 5. Be appropriate 3. Ways to introduce your subject?
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course GIBS GIBS taught by Professor Rosker during the Spring '10 term at Minnesota Colleges.

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