Item description for High School Talksheets-Updated!: 50 Creative Discussions for High School Youth Groups (TalkSheets) by David Lynn...
Overview These easy-to-use, photocopyable questions can get high school-aged youth talking about the real world. "TalkSheets" now are radically updated to stimulate high schools students toward in-depth discussions on real issues from drinking to social justice.
Publishers Description TalkSheets have been working for youth group leaders for more than a decade. Now they are radically updated and ready to stimulate high schoolers toward in-depth discussions on real issues--everything from drinking to social justice.
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Studio: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.02" Width: 8.62" Height: 0.35" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jun 5, 2001
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Grade Level High School
ISBN 0310238528 ISBN13 9780310238522 UPC 025986238520
Availability 0 units.
More About David Lynn
Youth and family ministry worker and counselor David Lynn has worked with young people and their families for more than three decades. He s the creator of TalkSheets and author of numerous books, the creator of Building up Your Ministry, and he conducts several leadership training workshops. He lives with his family in Tucson, Arizona."
Reviews - What do customers think about High School Talksheets (Updated)?
Good way to keep highschool students engaged Aug 18, 2009
The talk sheets are a good way to keep your students involved. You can have these sheets be a study in themselves or a way to add to something you are talking about. My only complaint is that the high school addition still seems like its for jr high students as far as questions go. Also look at the table of contents and see if you want to talk about those issues. I would look into getting the psalms and proverbs book. This book has some issues like war and suicide that I feel are not that relevant to my students.