Scope & Sequence

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Scope and Sequence

Any good curriculum has a learning plan, or “Scope and Sequence”—a planned amount of topics to cover and the order in which they are presented.

The ENCOUNTER™ scope and sequence was prepared by talking to junior high and high school students and student ministry leaders to determine which issues were of interest to and appropriate for teens.

Those topics were arranged in two parallel three-year cycles, one for grades 7-9 (Young Teen) and one for grades 10-12 (High School).

While the scope and sequence will repeat every three years, materials in the teacher books, student books, and resource packets are updated for each cycle. All content in ENCOUNTER—The Magazine is always current.

View the Scope & Sequence below or download it at the following link:

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Encounter teen Sunday school curriculum scope and sequence

Encounter teen Sunday school curriculum scope and sequence