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Asking the Right Questions: Part 1

f Dr. Marc Newman

One of the toughest parts of a Bible study is when the teacher stops the monologue and expects some interaction from the students. Bible study guides - such as the ones offered through Movie Bible Study - get students to interact through a series of questions. Sometimes the interaction with students is robust and immediate. Other times, getting students to talk is like pushing a boulder uphill. Often, if students agree to respond, they just answer the "assigned" question with all the enthusiasm of someone checking off a box on a "to-do" list.

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You Asked What? - Asking the Right Questions: Part 2

f Dr. Marc Newman

As a study leader, you want to go deeper, and that often means asking follow-up questions. As every leader knows (and every new leader quickly discovers) certain kinds of questions don't draw students out much, and others are absolute conversation crushers. In this blog post we are going to help you avoid those bad questions.

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Good Question! Asking the Right Questions: Part 3

f Dr. Marc Newman

So if we understand why we ask questions (Part 1) and the kinds of questions to avoid (Part 2), what are some kinds of follow-up questions that open up discussion?

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