You: An Introduction – Teacher's Manual

Designed to be used alongside Michael Jensen's popular book, You: An Introduction, this exploration leads students to consider what their identity is in Jesus Christ, the example of true humanity. For years 9–10.

(For years 9–10 | 15 lessons)

Who are you? Who should you be? This question can be so difficult to answer, and yet it’s so important! We make a statement about who we are by what we wear, what we buy, how we speak, what we decide to put Facebook ... but is this really us?

In You: An Introduction, students will explore the different aspects of what it means to be human, and consider the purpose God made them to serve, and the difference Jesus makes to all of this.

Each lesson finishes a different part of the statement ‘God says you are ...’ and leads students through different aspects of their identity, such as being free, being able to communicate, being male or female, being a child, having dreams, and eventually, facing death.

This teaching resource features lesson preparation notes, teaching tips and activities to kick off your lessons and keep discussion alive and focused. Multimedia resources can be found on an accompanying CD-ROM.

Recommended to be used in conjunction with Michael Jensen's You: An Introduction (sold separately).