Tips for Student Participation in Large Group
We all like the idea of getting students to participate actively in the large group time, but actually doing it might not always work out as easily as imagined. If you’re like me, you may have had a bad experience in the past. Maybe you’ve called up that student to help lead music who just wanted to be the star of their own show . . . or maybe you’ve chosen an eager volunteer to act in the Bible skit who ended up being totally stage struck. Here are a few “do’s and don’ts” for effectively encouraging constructive student participation in the large group time.
Read our related article here: 3 Myths to Leading Worship in Kids Club.
Large Group Story
The key to making a large group skit or drama go well is that all the lines and actions should revolve around the narrator! Always choose an adult leader to narrate a story, and prepare a script that facilitates the following “do’s.”