Writing Schedule for Rotation.org's Writing Team
Here's the Team's 2021-23 Schedule:
- Jesus and Zaccheus ... April 2021
- Fruit of the Spirit, Galatians 5 ... September 2021
- Story of Creation ... January 2022
- Lost Coin, Lost Sheep ... April 2022
- Good Samaritan... fall 2022
- The Story of Ruth... winter 2023
- Daniel: Furnace and Den
- Micah 6:8 What does the Lord Require?
- The Prodigal Son
- Man Let down through the Roof
(Schedule subject to change)
All "WT" lessons are broadly-graded and include adaptations for younger and older children, small and large groups, at-home, and those with less time.
WT Bible Backgrounds and lesson plans are ecumenical. We encourage you to tweak them for your denominational perspective (which is easy when you simply copy/paste the text from our site).
WT lesson plans emphasize creative and interactive learning, remembering the passage, and life application.
WT sets offer traditional programs a variety of teaching mediums and techniques to choose from (art, video, drama, etc.) and the option to use them all in a "Workshop Rotation style" Sunday School.
The above stories have some good content in our public forums, which is one of the reasons they weren't on previous Team writing schedules. But they are now!
Are you someone who's looking to improve your creative brainstorming, lesson writing, and teaching skills?
Email Neil at email@example.com to join one of our volunteer Writing Teams!
Most of our writers are Sunday School teachers and Directors of Christian Education with years of teaching and leading experience. All are looking to improve their creative lesson skills, learn from our Team process, and share lessons with the Rotation.org community. No previous lesson writing or Rotation Model experience is needed, but teaching experience is important, as is the ability to think outside the box, and both welcome and give feedback.
During about a six-week period, writers post lesson ideas back and forth in the Team's online private forum. Once the group decides the creative direction for each lesson, assignments are made and writers have several weeks to create and share their drafts with our Lead Writer and gather feedback from other writers on the Team. Final drafts are then turned over to our Lead Writer and Editor who turn them into the final versions you see in our Team Sets.
Learn more about the process and then contact Neil.