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Title: Facilitated by


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Inductive Relational Bible Study Teaching
  • Facilitated by
  • Pastor Steven Siciliano

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Inductive Relational Bible Study Teaching
  • Four-step process for conducting Sabbath School
    classes that get people involved and lead to
    genuine discovery.

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Inductive Relational Bible Study Teaching
  • 1. Settle on one or two main points only.

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Inductive Relational Bible Study Teaching
  • 2. Briefly set the context.

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Inductive Relational Bible Study Teaching
  • 3. Present a few well-chosen, open-ended
    questions.

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Inductive Relational Bible Study Teaching
  • 4. Guide group discussion for real discovery.

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As a discussion leader, practice the following
skills
  • Really listen to what your class members say!
  • Paraphrase or sum up what each contributor says.
  • Resist to answer all the questions that people
    raise.
  • Bring the discussion back to the main point if it
    starts to wander.
  • Learn something new yourself!
  • Summarize.

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Students Dont Respond to Discussion Because . . .
Questioning Techniques
  • Past experience has conditioned them not to
    respond.
  • There is a lack of interest in the topic.
  • They are poorly prepared for the lesson.
  • The teacher is poorly prepared for the lesson.

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Questioning Techniques
  • Avoid yes/no questions.

A. Did God approve of Rahabs lie? B. How does
Rahabs lie relate to Gods command that we
should always be truthful?
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Questioning Techniques
A. How many commandments did Moses receive on
Sinai? B. Why were ten commandments necessary on
Sinai when Jesus listed only two?
  • Avoid yes/no questions.
  • Go beyond recall questions.

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Questioning Techniques
  • Avoid yes/no questions.
  • Go beyond recall questions.

A. How was Eves temptation in Eden different
from Adams? B. Why did Satan choose to appear as
a serpent to tempt Eve?
  • Ask how and why questions.

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Questioning Techniques
  • Avoid yes/no questions.
  • Go beyond recall questions.

A. When was the last time you acted like Jonah in
refusing Gods assignment? B. What would be a
modern-day equivalent of Jonahs being swallowed
by a whale?
  • Ask how and why questions.
  • Use life application questions.

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Let teachers lay plans to make a practical
application of the lesson.(Counsels on Sabbath
School Work, pp. 113, 114)
Questioning Techniques
  • Avoid yes/no questions.
  • Go beyond recall questions.
  • Ask how and why questions.
  • Use life application questions.

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Questioning Techniques
  • Avoid yes/no questions.
  • Go beyond recall questions.
  • Use questions that require students to refer to
    Scripture.

A. How is self-esteem different from
self-centeredness? B. What is the Bibles view of
self-esteem?
  • Ask how and why questions.
  • Use life application questions.

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Questioning Techniques
  • Avoid yes/no questions.
  • Go beyond recall questions.
  • Use questions that require students to refer to
    Scripture.
  • Avoid questions with trite answers.
  • Ask how and why questions.
  1. What is the definition of faith?
  2. In what ways does Hebrews define faith?
  • Use life application questions.

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Questioning Techniques
  • Use questions that require students to refer to
    Scripture.
  • Avoid yes/no questions.
  • Go beyond recall questions.
  • Ask how and why questions.
  • Use life application questions.
  • Avoid questions with trite answers.
  • Avoid answering questions yourself.
  • Develop a tolerance for silence.

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Questioning Techniques
Six categories of Blooms taxonomy
  • Knowledge
  • (define, describe, list, name)
  • Comprehension

(classify, compare, describe)
  • Application

(arrange, decide, estimate)
  • Analysis

(analyze, discuss, infer, explain)
  • Synthesis

(deduce, resolve, predict, design)
  • Evaluation

(decide, evaluate, judge, verify)
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Questioning Techniques
Blooms taxonomy in Psalm 23
  • Knowledge What is God compared to in this psalm?
  • Comprehension What characteristic of God is
    described in this psalm?
  • Application What metaphors are used in this
    psalm?
  • Analysis What evidence in this psalm suggests
    that David made mistakes in life?

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Questioning Techniques
Blooms taxonomy in Psalm 23
  • Synthesis What other form might this psalm have
    taken if David had not had experience in sheep
    herding?
  • Evaluation What kind of work (besides sheep
    herding) might be more relevant to todays reader
    as a symbol of Gods care?

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Questioning Techniques
Criteria for judging student responses
(answers with complete thoughts)
  • Clarity

(answers contain no factual errors)
  • Accuracy

(answers question asked)
  • Appropriateness

(clearly states answers/ideas)
  • Specificity

(gives reasons, facts, or examples)
  • Support
  • Complexity

(shows awareness of alternatives)
  • Originality

(expresses ideas new to him/her)
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