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Taught by Robert Wahlquist
|Friday, August 2||4 p.m.||Taylor 248|
Robert F. Wahlquist was born in Moses Lake, Washington and grew up in St. George, Utah. He married Michelle Hansen in the Seattle Washington Temple in 1984.
He and Michelle are the parents of seven children, with one son and six daughters.
He has served in many capacities including, as a full-time missionary to Lima, Peru, Young Men president three times, Stake Young Men president, bishop of a family ward in Vernal, Utah and bishop of a singles ward in Pocatello, Idaho.
He has taught for the Church Educational System since 1985. He spent nearly 10 years as a seminary teacher pre-service trainer both in Pocatello and at BYU-Idaho.
He has been employed by BYU-Idaho for the past five years and loves teaching and the students.
Two sure-fire tips on how to be a better teacher OR student using the new youth curriculum: "Come Follow Me."
1. Get help on selecting which lessons to teach
a. How to get input from the youth
b. How to combine impressions with preparation
c. How to tie the themed lesson together
2. Multiple ideas on how to involve the youth in the lessons. Add more variety by simply assigning them to teach for a few minutes.
3. Readiness: Creating interest
4. Participation: Five ways to involve students
5. Application: Asking the right kinds of questions