Random Assignment Lead
The main aim of the Bible study lessons is based on the idea that in the final end of the lesson all students are able to know, feel, and do according to what they have learned. The Making It Real sections provide a good roundup for the whole lesson for the students to make a personal application of the same. This approach starts with you, the facilitator. Assign the seven days of application randomly to seven members of your class. Each assigned member will lead the class through the day for which he or she is assigned. The entire class tackles issues emerging from the respective days, with the day leader presenting his or her personal views. As the class facilitator, your role is to come up with thought-provoking questions and clarification where your students may feel stuck. In this way the whole class becomes active as each student is prepared to take the lead of any day, and it also enhances participation.