Saturday, April 7, 2012

Thoughts from your experience of teaching about the Priesthood?

So most of you have probably already taught the lessons on the Priesthood (we haven't, but we're going out of order in our ward). What experiences can you share from your lessons, whether you taught them or sat listening?

Here are a few questions I have:

First, I know that there are many problematic assumptions in how we talk about the Priesthood. What scriptural discussions or conferences talks helped you (or another teacher you saw) to avoid those problematic assumptions?

Second, what questions did your girls ask you about the Priesthood? What did they know, what didn't they know, and especially, what questions surprised you?

Third, what did you learn personally as you studied the Priesthood? Again, I'm interested most in what talks or scriptures spoke to you in new ways that you could pass on to others who want to learn more about the Priesthood, or to think about things in a different way, or to even think about specific aspects of the Priesthood in a more profound way?

1 comment:

  1. There are many ways, with which, we differentiate the learning for students in our classrooms at the middle school level. We can modify/shorten assignments as needed, read tests to the students, and give students a word bank.


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