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  • 1. lds.org/youth/learn
  • 2. The Why (At Church Level)To learn to teach as the Savior did, so we can better helpour youth become converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ.The What (At Ward Level)The How (At Individual Level)
  • 3. We’ve All Been Called
  • 4. “ There’s a big difference between ‘know and say’ vs. ‘do and become’.It’s thedifference between‘a testimony’ vs.‘being converted’.”
  • 5. “Something is changing.” In the words of our youth...
  • 6. The Why (At Church Level)To learn to teach as the Savior did, so we can better helpour youth become converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ.The What (At Ward Level)1. General meeting with entire ward.2. YM, YW, SS presidencies train their teachers.The How (At Individual Level)
  • 7. How The Savior Taught PeopleHe loved them. He invited them to testify.He prayed for them. He trusted them.He continually served them. He prepared them.He knew them. He gave them responsibilities to teach,He prepared Himself. bless, and serve.He used the scriptures. He invited them to act.He shared simple stories, He was their exampleparables, and real-life examples. and mentor.He asked questions that causedthem to think and feel deeply.
  • 8. The freedom to create unique lesson schedules.
  • 9. The Why (At Church Level)To learn to teach as the Savior did, so we can better helpour youth become converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ.The What (At Ward Level)1. General meeting with entire ward.2. YM, YW, SS presidencies train their teachers.3. Bishopric introduces gospel principle each month.The How (At Individual Level)
  • 10. The Why (At Church Level)To learn to teach as the Savior did, so we can better helpour youth become converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ.The What (At Ward Level)1. General meeting with entire ward.2. YM, YW, SS presidencies train their teachers.3. Bishopric introduces gospel principle each month.4. Topics chosen and assignments made at the class level with input as needed from organization’s presidency.The How (At Individual Level)
  • 11. Question:Will there be too much overlap betweenSunday School lessons and lessonstaught in YM and YW classes?
  • 12. lds.org/youth/learn
  • 13. Lessons are different.
  • 14. The Why (At Church Level)To learn to teach as the Savior did, so we can better helpour youth become converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ.The What (At Ward Level)1. General meeting with entire ward.2. YM, YW, SS presidents to train their counselors/teachers.3. Bishopric introduces gospel principle each month.4. Topics chosen and assignments made at the class level with input as needed from organization’s presidency.The How (At Individual Level)Preparing and teaching.
  • 15. Lesson Outline
  • 16. The Why (At Church Level)To learn to teach as the Savior did, so we can better helpour youth become converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ.The What (At Ward Level)1. General meeting with entire ward.2. YM, YW, SS presidencies train their teachers.3. Bishopric introduces gospel principle each month.4. Topics chosen and assignments made at the class level with input as needed from organization’s presidency.The How (At Individual Level)Preparing and teaching.
  • 17. All Quorums & Classes Support Families
  • 18. What You Can Start Doing TodayParents, Grandparents, and Youth1. Read the handout.2. Spend some time on lds.org/youth/learn.3. Know who your youth’s teachers are.YW, YM, Sunday School Presidencies1. Train and role play with your teachers.2. Help as needed with lesson choices and scheduling.All Youth Teachers1. Role play and learn from your presidency.2. Spend some time on lds.org/youth/learn.3. Spend the time needed to teach as the Savior would.
  • 19. lds.org/youth/learn