Sunday School YOUNG TEEN TEACHER, Summer 2023
Designed to help develop, follow and apply a four-step active learning procedure that should lead the students (7th-9th grades) to focus on the subject, examine the Scriptures relating to the subject, define the subject's meaning and apply the subject to their lives during in Sunday School.
The Young Teen Teacher is designed to help disciple seventh through ninth graders. The Young Teen Teacher book is based on a four-step, active learning procedure that should lead the students to focus on the subject, examine the Scriptures relating to the subject, define the subject's meaning and apply the subject to their lives while in Sunday School. This active learning procedure was developed to help your students learn how to study Scripture as a group as well as in individual Bible study.
This curriculum line follows a three-year scope and sequence where each quarter is broken down into three topical units to be studied throughout the quarter.
Uses King James Version Scriptures only.
Also available in Spanish.
Summer 2023 Quarter at a Glance
Quarterly Objective: Young teens will utilize their knowledge of God’s creation as an effective witnessing tool.
Unit 1 - A Look at the Universe
The Big Bang Is a Big Bust! (Genesis 1; 2)
A Problem in Paradise (Genesis 3)
A New Creation—the Problem Solved (Romans 8:18-25)
To Every Man an Answer—a Belief Defended (Psalm 33:6, 9; Romans 1:19, 20; Colossians 1:16, 17; 1 Peter 3:15)
Unit 2- A Look at Planet Earth
Jurassic Park, Planet of the Apes or Paradise? (Genesis 1:6-29; 2:6)
Whatever Happened to the Good Life? (Genesis 6—9:3)
Environmental Stewardship—Worshiping “Mother Earth” or Honoring God the Father? (Genesis 1:26-31)
The Bible Says It—That Settles It! (Romans 1:16-23)
The Second Law of Thermowhat? (2 Timothy 3:13)
Unit 3 - A Look at Ourselves
Zits, Arthritis and Wrinkles (Genesis 3—5)
It May Not Look Like Much to You, But God Says My Body Is a Temple (1 Corinthians 6:12-20)
Accountability Is Not a Course in Economics! (Luke 16:19-31)
A Narrow Look at the Broad Way (2 Peter 3:1-18)