How to Teach Religion by George Herbert Betts


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Title: How to Teach Religion
Principles and Methods


Author: George Herbert Betts

Release Date: May 8, 2005 [eBook #15800]

Language: English

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The Abingdon Religious Education Texts
David B. Downey, General Editor
Community Training School Series Norman E. Richardson, Editor



HOW TO TEACH RELIGION

Principles and Methods

by

GEORGE HERBERT BETTS

THE ABINGDON PRESS
NEW YORK CINCINNATI

1926







DEDICATED TO THOSE WHO HAVE IN THEIR KEEPING THE RELIGIOUS DESTINY OF
AMERICA--THE TWO MILLION TEACHERS IN OUR CHURCH SCHOOLS.




CONTENTS

CHAPTER PAGE

I. THE TEACHER HIMSELF 13

Importance of the teacher--Three types of teachers--The personal
factor in teaching religion--Developing the power of
personality--The cultivatable factors in personality--A scale for
determining personality--The teacher's mastery of
subject-matter--Methods of growth--Fields of mastery
demanded--Service and rewards--Problems and questions.


II. THE GREAT OBJECTIVE 30

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