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Galhahn 1 year ago updated by Roger Patterson (Answers in Genesis - ABC Content) 1 year ago 1

I need suggestions on how to best break up these lessons without losing the quality and order of the curriculum. We are struggling with giving so much content to the students that the quality of class time is being hindered just trying to 'get through' lessons to keep up on a schedule. We would like to allow for more time talking about God's authority in apologetics but not miss the key to the gospel message, the good news, Jesus Christ. 

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Thank you for using ABC! The lessons are content rich, and it is important to slow down or take it in smaller chunks to have time for discussion with your students.

One way to break up the content is to use the lesson headings in the Studying God’s Word/Lesson Time as separate lessons. There are usually 2-3 sections per lesson marked with headings. You may choose to cover one section in the lesson one week, then teach the next section in the same lesson the following week. This should give you more time for discussion and review.

Another idea is to simplify the lesson by highlighting key points, passages, or questions you want to cover or discuss with the students and skip other sections or passages.

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Thank you for using ABC! The lessons are content rich, and it is important to slow down or take it in smaller chunks to have time for discussion with your students.

One way to break up the content is to use the lesson headings in the Studying God’s Word/Lesson Time as separate lessons. There are usually 2-3 sections per lesson marked with headings. You may choose to cover one section in the lesson one week, then teach the next section in the same lesson the following week. This should give you more time for discussion and review.

Another idea is to simplify the lesson by highlighting key points, passages, or questions you want to cover or discuss with the students and skip other sections or passages.