Age Level Characteristics: Adults Module Download

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What are the physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual age level developmental characteristics of adults?

What are the implications for Adult Bible teachers and others who work with college and career, young adults, middle age adults, and older adults?

PLEASE NOTE: This resource is a part of the Age Level Characteristics Download which also includes Early Childhood, Grade School, and Youth age divisions.

What's Included in the Adults Module:

The Adults Age Level Characteristics Module Download contains the following resources which you are permitted to reproduce.
You will find the following for each of the four age brackets in this division:

  1. An introductory article which can stand alone or accompany the worksheet -- a good way for teachers to get a broad view of their students
  2. A worksheet with characteristics and some suggested implications pertaining to physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual development -- a good way to assess one's teaching in light of these implications to determine steps for improvement
  3. A one page listing of the characteristics without the suggested implications -- a good way for individual teachers to review the characteristics or for a group of teachers to discuss what they think implications would be

Specifications: 8 1/2 x 11 PDFs in Zip File, with 31 pages, download only

Breakdown of age levels in this Adult Module:

College & Career: Ages 18-24

Article: Paint the right picture when teaching College and Career age.

Young Adult: Ages 25-40

Article: What young adults, ages 25-40, need as they try to navigate life's responsibilities and challenges

Middle Age Adult: Ages 40-60

Article: To Dread or to Embrace? --That is the Question for Middle Aged Adults

Older Age Adult: Ages 60+

Article: Our senior adults need to feel important, like their contribution still matters --because it does!

Copying Permissions:

  • You have permission to reproduce as many copies of this resource as needed for yourself or for current and future teachers. It may not, however, be freely distributed beyond your sphere of ministry.
  • You may not put this information in any format that you would sell.
  • You may not copy this resource in whole or in part onto a web site or into any other digital format.

About the Download:

This resource is available as a download in a zip file with PDFs inside it.

Files must be extracted from the zip file to use them after saving the download to your computer. Many computers will allow you to do that simply by right clicking on the saved file and then choosing 'Extract All'. Be sure to always use the unzipped folder.

Adobe Reader is required to open the PDFs.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the nature of a download, the order cannot be refunded once it is placed.

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