Today’s teaching tip can be used with groups of all ages. Listening Teams are a great way to get people involved in your Bible study.
Divide your group into two or three teams. Give each team a specific thing to listen for as you read a passage of Scripture. Allow the teams a few minutes to compare and compile their notes, then report their findings to the larger group.
Use listening teams:
- When you want people to pay attention.
- If you have a larger group.
- When you want small details to get noticed.
Advantages of this teaching approach include:
- It can be done with groups of all ages.
- It can be done with groups of all sizes.
- It doesn’t take a lot of prep.
- Everyone has a part.
- It gets group members talking.
- Pinpoints key information on which the teacher wants to focus.
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This is a GREAT idea! (And I love the picture that accompanies it!)