How to Teach Religion Principles and Methods
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How to Teach Religion Principles and Methods

By George Herbert Betts
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, How to Teach Religion, by George Herbert Betts
    • E-text prepared by Juliet Sutherland, Karina Aleksandrova, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team
  • HOW TO TEACH RELIGION
    • PRINCIPLES AND METHODS
      • BY
    • GEORGE HERBERT BETTS
      • 1926
    • CONTENTS
    • EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
    • AUTHOR'S PREFACE
    • CHAPTER I
      • THE TEACHER HIMSELF
        • THE PERSONAL FACTOR
        • THE TEACHER'S BACKGROUND OF PREPARATION
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER II
      • THE GREAT OBJECTIVE
        • THE CHILD AS THE GREAT OBJECTIVE
        • NO SUBJECT MATTER AN END IN ITSELF
        • EFFECT OF THE OBJECTIVE ON OUR TEACHING
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER III
      • THE FOURFOLD FOUNDATION[1]
        • THE AIM IN TEACHING RELIGION
        • SELECTING THE SUBJECT MATTER
        • HOW SHALL WE ORGANIZE AND PLAN THE LESSONS?
        • PRESENTING THE LESSON—INSTRUCTION
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER IV
      • RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE OF MOST WORTH
        • THE CHILD'S CONCEPT OF GOD
        • THE CHILD'S CONCEPT OF RELIGION
        • KNOWLEDGE OF THE BIBLE
        • KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE CHURCH
        • KNOWLEDGE OF RELIGIOUS MUSIC AND ART
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER V
      • RELIGIOUS ATTITUDES TO BE CULTIVATED
        • ATTITUDES TOWARD THE SCHOOL AND ITS WORK
        • ATTITUDES THAT CARRY INTO LIFE BEYOND THE SCHOOL
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER VI
      • CONNECTING RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION WITH LIFE AND CONDUCT
        • RELIGIOUS HABITS AS AN AIM
        • APPLICATION OF RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION TO THE DAILY LIFE
        • PARTICIPATION IN THE WORK OF THE CHURCH AND SOCIAL SERVICE
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER VII
      • THE SUBJECT MATTER OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
        • SOURCES OF MATERIAL
        • MATERIAL FROM THE BIBLE
        • STORY MATERIAL
        • MATERIAL FROM NATURE
        • MATERIAL FROM HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY
        • PICTURE MATERIAL
        • MUSIC IN THE CURRICULUM
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • THE ORGANIZATION OF MATERIAL
        • TYPES OF ORGANIZATION
        • ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM AS A WHOLE
        • ORGANIZING THE DAILY LESSON MATERIAL
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER IX
      • THE TECHNIQUE OF TEACHING
        • ATTENTION TO KEY
        • THE APPEAL TO INTEREST
        • FREEDOM FROM DISTRACTIONS
        • DANGER POINTS IN INSTRUCTION
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER X
      • MAKING TRUTH VIVID
        • LEARNING TO THINK IN RELIGION
        • THE APPEAL TO IMAGINATION
        • USING THE MEMORY
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER XI
      • TYPES OF TEACHING
        • THE INFORMATIONAL LESSON
        • THE DEVELOPMENTAL LESSON
        • THE DEDUCTIVE, OR APPLICATION, LESSON
        • THE DRILL LESSON
        • THE APPRECIATION LESSON
        • THE REVIEW LESSON
        • ASSIGNMENT OF LESSON
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • CHAPTER XII
      • METHODS USED IN THE RECITATION
        • THE TOPICAL METHOD
        • THE LECTURE METHOD
        • THE QUESTION-AND-ANSWER METHOD
        • THE STORY METHOD
        • FOR FURTHER READING
    • INDEX
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