Is It Really a Difficult Class?

It has been said, and truly, that an interested pupil never presents a discipline problem. In many instances it has been proved that the discipline problem disappears when a teachcr succeeds in reaching the child's interest. A teacher in a branch church Sunday School shares with us some of her experiences in which she proved that a so-called difficult class was not actually difficult, but that the need was for great spirituality on the teacher's part that she might discern the needs of the pupils and hold their interest. She found her answer in the teaching of the First Commandment. She writes:

"During my experience as a Sunday School teacher, at times I have been assigned to a class in which the pupils either needed discipline or had lost interest and were no longer attending Sunday School.

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