Arts and Crafts
Although many high school-aged youth feel that they’ve outgrown “arts and crafts,” students have a variety of learning styles. Making a collage, as suggested in the opening activity for this lesson, allows those whose skills are more visual than verbal to explore the lesson ideas in their own way. Be sure to provide a variety of magazines to cut up that you know will contain pictures relevant to the subject of the collage. For example, for a collage about success, you might choose business and celebrity magazines that will contain pictures of wealthy and powerful people, as well as mission magazines that will show pictures of people who have found success through serving others.