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Younger Students

Younger Students


Older Students

Older Students


Broad questions

  • How could this impact other parts of the world?

  • In future years how could this affect the economy?

  • What’s one takeaway from this story that might have an impact on your future. What sort of impact would it have?

  • What were two topics that stood out to you in today’s show? Why did they stick out?

  • What would you have done differently in that situation?

  • Which world leaders were discussed? Which countries do they lead?

  • How should Christians act in this situation?

  • Was there anything you were confused about that was talked about on the show?

  • How can today’s episode inform our prayer life?

  • Did stories in today’s show add new information to situations you already knew about?

  • What was YOUR top story from today?

  • What did you learn about the world that you thought was different?

  • Which countries from today’s episode of World Watch would you like to visit?

  • Write about how you think Christians could best walk faithfully in different careers.
  • Write a paragraph on why you would want to try what Caleb did today or why not.
  • Write a short essay on a current event from today’s episode of World Watch. Explain how you think what’s happening could affect people in other parts of the world, including you.


By Features

  • What did you learn about what Caleb did today? Would you try it too?
  • Of all the Can I Do That’s what would you like to try the most and why?
  • How does trying and even failing new things help you grow and learn?
  • If you could try any career or hobby, what would it be?
  • Do you think you could have done better than Caleb in today’s “Can I Do That?” attempt? Explain why or why not.
  • What kind of training/education is needed for this job?
  • Where did this job/hobby originate?
  • What's a common misconception about this job or hobby?
  • What character qualities can come from doing this for a long time?

  • What’s one historical fact that you learned about today that you didn’t previously know
  • Which historical figure did you learn about? Why are they significant?
  • What was going on in other parts of the world at the time dealt with in this Past Forward?
  • What do you think were the effects of the event from today’s story?
  • History is all connected. How far back can you trace the causes leading up to the event from today’s story?
  • Why is this event important for this country? Was it beneficial, or harmful, or both to their country?
  • What’s the fundamental element that ties this news story to the past?


  • What’s one new scientific fact that you learned about today that you didn’t previously know?
  • How does today’s Signature Science show God’s creative design?
  • How can Christians glorify God by working in the scientific field on display todays?
  • Based on Will what you learned about the animal discussed in today’s SS, how would you change how you interact with this animal? If the segment changed your mind about this animal, please explain how.
  • How do you think this discovery will impact the future?

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  • Were you surprised by the origin of today’s What in the Word topic? Explain why or why not.
  • How do you use sayings and phrases in your everyday life?
  • Why is understanding word or phrase origin important?
  • What fun idioms or phrases do you use? Why do you like using them? Do you knowWhat are their origins?
  • Did today's WITW have any connection to other languages or countries? What were they?

  • If you were to invent something that might show up on “World Watch Wonders” what would it be?
  • Do you use today’s World Watch Wonder topic in your everyday life? What would life look like without it?
  • How can inventing new creations glorify God?


  • Which dialect did you learn about today?
  • How does cultural influence shape language?
  • How do different languages bring glory to God?
  • Why is it important to learn about other languages?
  • Would you like to learn the language discussed today? Explain why or why not.
  • From which language does the language discussed today originate?


By Subject

  • Are there any experiments you could perform that could help confirm the theory proposed in today’s story?
  • How can learning small scientific facts help you in your everyday life?
  • What is one scientific advancement you wouldn’t want to live without? What would your life look like without it?


  • How many different languages did you hear today?
  • How could speaking different languages affect international relations?
  • If you could learn one language, what would it be and why?

  • Which historical figures did you hear about today? What are they known for?
  • How can learning about the past be useful now?
  • How are historical actions discussed today still affecting the modern world?
  • If you were alive during the time of this story, what would you do? Would you act differently now?


  • Do you agree with this government’s decision? Why or why not?
  • What motivations were behind this new bill?
  • Will this government benefit from this decision? Why or why not?
  • What should we expect from the talks between these two world governments?
  • With growing tensions abroad, how should you expect other governments to react to those tensions?
  • What would you do in the political scenario described in today’s show? Explain why.


  • Did you like the art in today’s story? Why or why not?
  • Is the work discussed today actually art? Why or why not?
  • Is art important for everyday life? Why or why not?
  • Which artists did you hear about today?
  • Do you think you could make the art in today’s show? Why or why not?
  • How does the artist featured today reflect the image of God through his/her work?


  • How are the cultures shown in today’s show different from your own?
  • Would you participate in the cultural activities shown today? Why or why not?
  • How does cultural diversity glorify God?
  • What’s one aspect of this culture that would benefit your culture if incorporated and why?


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