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How to Teach



At Grapevine Studies we attempt to teach each age group according to the needs of the students. We have two basic formats of instruction, stick figuring and self-directed.
 
Stick Figuring: Stick Figuring is an ancient method of teaching which continues to be effective even in the 21st century. Grapevine Studies creatively integrates stick figures, timelines, words, symbols, and colors to teach the Bible. This unique Bible study will stimulate your student's imagination and engage their intellect as they see how the Bible fits together! 
 
Self-Directed: Grapevine Studies has created a series (Level 5)  of interesting Bible studies by combining the inductive Bible study method with hands-on activities and research projects. Using Bible study tools, students dig into each lesson as they work their way chronologically through a subject. Following the Bible study, students use their imagination to create projects, and the internet and books to write short research papers topics related to each lesson.

As students work through the five-part-lessons they will come to know and understand the biblical characters and events in terms of their context, chronology, culture and geography.
 
Below we have put the direction for teaching each level in the links below. If you have any further questions about teaching our studies, please contact us.
 
     Beginner - Ages 5-7   How To Teach

     Level 1 - Ages 6-8   How To Teach

     Level 2 - Ages 8-10   How To Teach

     Level 3 - Ages 10-13   How To Teach

     Level 4 - Ages 13- Up   How To Teach

     Level 5 - Teen & Adult   How To Teach

     Multi-Level - Ages 7 and Up  How to Teach

     Catechism - Ages 7 and up   How to Teach