“Lesson 8: Use Effective Methods: Part 1,” Teaching, No Greater Call: A Resource Guide for Gospel Teaching (1999), 222–26
To help class members select teaching methods and use those methods effectively.
Note to the Teacher
The quality of gospel teaching and learning improves as methods are selected carefully and used effectively. Teachers should select methods that (1) help those they teach gain a clear and memorable understanding of gospel doctrines and principles and (2) are appropriate for the content of the lesson and the age-group of those they teach.
In this lesson and lesson 9, class members will learn about the following fundamental teaching methods: using object lessons, making comparisons, using the chalkboard, sharing stories, asking questions, and conducting discussions.