To help class members apply the principles they learned in lesson 6.
At the conclusion of lesson 6, you asked class members to prepare to talk about ways to prevent distractions and solve discipline problems (see page 218). Because teachers desire to learn practical, specific ways to deal with problems, you should plan this lesson so that you will spend most of the class time on this application activity.
As you direct the discussions in this lesson, help class members become more confident in their ability to create a learning atmosphere.
Prayerfully study Doctrine and Covenants 12:8. Seek to apply it to the purpose of the lesson.
Prepare to talk about how to prevent or solve a specific distraction or discipline problem. Make sure your solution is practical.
Make sure class members are also prepared to talk about how to prevent distractions and solve discipline problems (see the assignment on page 218). Remind them to make their solutions specific and practical.
Continue studying the section of this book titled “Create a Learning Atmosphere” (pages 75–87).