A comment on my last post got me wondering: Where did the tradition (for lack of a better word) in Mormon teaching come from where people are asked to pass around the manual and read from it a paragraph or so at a time? Sometimes this is the way stories get read, but i’ve really seen it most often where the entire lesson consists of everybody reading a piece of the lesson from the manual in turn.
I mean, whoever came up with the idea that this is anything even remotely approaching sound pedagogical practice?
Faith Hill: Where Are You, Christmas?
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