Item description for How to Ask Great Questions: Guide Your Group to a Meaningful Life-Changing Experience by Karen Lee-Thorp...
Overview In How to Ask Great Questions, you'll learn when and how to ask effective questions, and how to promote follow-up discussions that will lead from good thinking to life application. Ideal for small-group leaders, Sunday school teachers, and anyone who regularly leads group discussions or committee meetings, How to Ask Great Questions will equip you to: *Build relationships between group members *Help people analyze a passage of the Bible or other book *Draw out opinions, feelings, and assumptions *Bring discussions to greater levels of, depth and focus *Guide people in applying the Bible to their lives *Facilitate problem-solving and decision-making in group settings As the senior editor of Bible studies and small group resources at NavPress, and author of more than thirty study guides herself, KAREN LEE-THORP has spent over a decade exploring what kinds of questions help people learn. A graduate of Yale University, Karen writes and speaks on small-group issues from her home in Pasadena, California.
Publishers Description Ideal for small-group leaders, Sunday school teachers, and anyone who regularly leads group discussions, this book will equip you to build relationships, analyze Scripture, draw out opinions, and facilitate meetings.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.6" Width: 5.24" Height: 0.23" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 1998
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
ISBN 1576830780 ISBN13 9781576830789
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More About Karen Lee-Thorp
CHERI FULLER is an author and an international speaker who has taught at every level from elementary school to college. She has written several books, including The Mom You're Meant to Be and When Mothers Pray. Named Oklahoma Mother of the Year in 2004, Cheri and her husband live in Edmond, Oklahoma. They have three grown children.
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Reviews - What do customers think about How to Ask Great Questions: Guide Your Group to a Meaningful Life-Changing Experience?
Terrific resource Mar 18, 2007
If you lead any kind of small group or class, then this book is a terrific resource. Even if you don't write your own questions, this will help you to evaluate your curriculum/guide questions, as well as to lead discussions.
Ever wondered How to Word the Question ? Oct 4, 2000
Karen Lee Thorp has written a very comprehensive guide that is invaluable in understanding techniques for writing Small Group questions. Included are Top Ten principles for Asking Great Questions. Karen helps the reader understand the difference between questions that build relationships between people and questions that analyze a passage from the Bible. I particularly like the examples of each style of questions that are given. She provides a good base to work from when having to write your own questions. This is an excellant training tool for coaches. Useful in Small Group leading, teaching a Sunday School class, any interactive learning environment or chairing a group or committee that makes decisions. The table of contents is particularly well set out so it is very clear when you want to investigate the topic you are looking for. I use this book every week as a reference when writing quetions and I use it regularly in training and teaching others. It is the most useful tool I have in my Small Group resources. Karen has given me understanding of how to draw out opinions, feelings and assumptions. Helping people come into a time of discovery for themselves rather than being told by others. I highly reccommend this book.