Sunday, July 15, 2018
TLC #7: Philosophical Stations
Each Sunday this summer I will be posting a discussion-based teaching strategy that can be used at church (such as in LDS teacher councils) or school. Hope a few readers find these helpful! Read earlier strategies by clicking on the linked label at the end of this post.
Strategy #7: Philosophical Stations
This discussion generating strategy involves looking at an issue from different philosophical stands. After reviewing the issue generally, divide the class in half. Assign one point of view to half of the group, and the opposing point of view to the other half. Ask each half of the room to articulate the philosophical stance of their assigned point of view, with the use of supporting scriptures/evidence. Can also be used with point of view of individuals (i.e., Abinadi vs. King Noah). #TeachLeadCollaborate