Friday, April 4, 2014
We used to do fill in the blank notes for every kid back in the day. Many used them for passing notes to each other. The studious students used them. BUT it created more work. So I wanted to get back into giving the students who want the opportunity to take notes a tool to use without having to create a fill in the blank sheet each week. Plus I think these youth are smart enough to write down what they feel is important or speaking to them.
I also added an "on my own this week" section. Each week my goal will be to have a section of scripture or a "homework" assignment for students who would like to go a little deeper into their study of God's word.
We also have the students who learn when they write. So for those students a note sheet is a nice tool.
On the bottom is the "My Next Step" section. Each week when we teach we should expect there is a next step for every person in the room to take students and adults. I'm leaving them a little place to write down that next step to help them confirm what is taking place in their heart and life.
My hope is this tool will get some good use.
Do you do anything like this with your students?
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