Gospel Media

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Using Media for Lessons


“Teachers who desire to increase learners’ ability to understand and learn will also use visuals. Most people will learn better and remember longer when you present ideas by using pictures, maps, word groupings, or other visuals rather than merely speaking” (Teaching, No Greater Call: A Resource Guide for Gospel Teaching [1999], 182).

Gospel Media offers many resources to enhance gospel lessons. To more effectively use media in your lessons, consider the following suggestions:




  • Create an activity using images to help students learn more about ancient prophets.
  • Use images from the Church manuals to enrich priesthood and Relief Society lessons.
  • Make a tutorial of how to use media to enhance lessons and inspire members in your ward.

Additional ideas on using media for lessons can be found in the following resources: