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ELEMENTARY CLASSES

FOR EVERY

SUNDAY MORNING AND AFTERNOON.

JULY — SEPTEMBER, 1886.

SELECTED FROM THE SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION

LIST OF SCRIPTURE LESSONS.

The Lessons for the Afternoon form the International Series,

which are now used simultaneously in America, on the Continent of Europe, in Great Britain, and the Colonies.

LONDON:
SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION,

56, OLD BAILEY, E.C.

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ONE PENNY.

OUTLINE LESSONS for JUNIOR CLASSES,

LIFE OF OUR LORD.

ON THE

BY ANNIE B.
Large Post 8vo, 328 pp., 3s. 6d., cloth boards.

Should be in the hands of every Infant Class Teacher. “A hundred and sixteen lessons, occupying, on the average, two pages each, by a lady whose work in the Sunday School Teacher' and elsewhere has been most helpful to teachers. These lessons, which cover the life and ministry of our Lord, although brief, are full and suggestive, and if teachers will use them rightly, the help afforded them will be great, and their profiting will be known unto many."-Literary World.

Infant Class Management:

A MANUAL FOR INFANT CLASS TEACHERS. With Hints on the Preparation of Lessons. By Mrs. LEWIS (Miss RYDER), (Late of Stockwell Training College).

Post 8vo, price 2s.
ILLUSTRATIVE TEACHING;
Or, Practical Hints to Sunday School Teachers on the

Collection and Use of Illustrations.
By W. H. GROSER, B.Sc. (Lond.).

Fcap 8vo, Limp Cloth, 6d.
THE BLACKBOARD IN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL :
A Plea for its Adoption by Teachers and Superintendents.

BY BENJAMIN CLARKE. With Specimen Lessons for the Class, the Desk, and separate

Services, by various Teachers.

ALSO, INSTRUCTIONS AS TO THE SIMPLE AND ARTISTIC USE OF THE CHALK.

By FRANK BEARD. Paper Covers, Is. 6d.; Cloth Boards, 2s. “ There are many useful hints for the guidance of young teachers in the way of making

their lessons at once simple and effective.”-School Newspaper.

LONDON: SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, 56, OLD BAILEY, E.C.

SCRIPTURE LESSONS

FOR

ELEMENTARY CLASSES

FOR EVERY

SUNDAY MORNING AND AFTERNOON.

JULY — SEPTEMBER, 1886.

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SELECTED FROM THE SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION

LIST OF SCRIPTURE LESSONS.

The Lessons for the Afternoon form the International Series,

which are now used simultaneously in America, on the Continent of Europe, in Great Britain, and the Colonies.

LONDON: SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION,

56, OLD BAILEY, E.C.

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It is presumed that every teacher will be supplied monthly with the Notes on the Scripture Lessons, and that he will, by the study of them, and by regular weekly attendance at the preparation class, make himself master of the subject, and thus be thoroughly prepared to teach the lessons for the day.

It should be remembered that, in consequence of the limited space at command, in some cases a large portion of the lesson selected for the elder classes is necessarily omitted. The teacher, therefore, may have to introduce the subject, or supply a connecting link in the middle. When a short line is inserted, it is to show that either the selection is from two separate chapters, or the continuity of the reading is broken. This gives a larger scope in the selection, and with care will make the lesson more interesting both to the teacher and scholar.

1. The children should be encouraged to commit to memory during the week the Golden Text and the Lesson Verse.

2. Each scholar being provided with the lesson, the teacher should announce the appointed subject, and briefly introduce it in a lively and attractive manner, by the aid of some well-chosen illustration which shall naturally lead on to the main facts or doctrines of the lesson to be taught; thus tending to secure for it the interest and attention of the

class.

3. The lesson may then be read by the scholars simultaneously or individually, the teacher reading a portion in turn.

4. The teacher having previously divided the lesson into sections according to its character and meaning, the first section should be read again, and, by suitable questioning, explanation, and illustration, its meaning made plain to the scholars. The other sections should be dealt with in a similar manner. Examination by questions should follow each section.

5. In the foregoing exercises the leading practical truth or truths which the teacher desires to impress on the mind and heart should be constantly kept in view, and gradually brought out as the lesson is proceeded with. The close of the teaching will consist of a brief and earnest attempt to press home the practical application of these truths in the most forcible and affectionate manner.

If these suggestions be duly considered, and, as far as applicable to each particular case, be carried out with an earnest spirit, a loving heart, and in prayerful dependence on the Holy Spirit, teachers will not fail to secure the blessing of Him who hath said, “My Word shall not return unto Me void.”

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