Opposite Day: Upside-Down Questions to Keep Students Talking and Listening - eBook  -     By: Brooklyn E. Lindsey
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Opposite Day: Upside-Down Questions to Keep Students Talking and Listening - eBook

Zondervan/Youth Specialties / 2011 / ePub

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Looking for a way to have your students get honest and discuss things that really matter? Try doing the opposite of what you normally do. Using over 600 varieties of prompts, Opposite Day will get your students talking about important everyday issues by triggering a thought or emotion for your students, and encouraging them to share the opposite of what came to mind first. Use these as ice-breakers or as discussion starters, then listen in as your students start talking and laughing about everything from friends to family to faith. Incorporate Opposite Day into your ministry and get your students talking about things that really matter by talking about what doesn't.

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Publication Date: 2011
ISBN: 9780310574170
ISBN-13: 9780310574170
UPC: 025986574178

Publisher's Description

If you’ve ever had trouble getting your students to open up about things they are feeling or thinking, try doing the opposite of what you typically do… In Opposite Day, you’ll find more than 600 prompts that will get your students talking about things that matter to them without really saying it. Each prompt will trigger a thought or emotion for your students, and you’ll encourage them to share the opposite of what came to mind first. Confused? Give it a try. Imagine you’re a student, and in a sentence or two, tell the opposite of how you feel about: • Geometry • Instant Messaging • Allowance • Dodgeball • Responsibility • Parents Maybe your first thought about geometry was that you failed it and never could understand what a parallelogram was. You may say, “I excel at geometry and find the parallelogram to be one of the most fascinating yet simple concepts in my class.” Use for a discussion starter or an ice-breaker, and watch as your students find themselves talking and laughing about everything from friends to family to faith. Incorporate Opposite Day into your ministry and get your students talking about things that really matter by talking about what doesn’t.

Author Bio

Former model and festival queen, Brooklyn Alvis Lindsey, discovered a new path to supermodel status eight years ago. Serving as a leader in Nazarene Youth International, she began her work as a youth pastor in central Florida. Brooklyn is a member of the YMWomen.com leadership team, and currently ministers to students at Highland Park Church of the Nazarene in Lakeland, Florida. She and her husband, Coy, live in Lakeland with their new daughter, Kirra, and their dog, Chip.

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