OU MIGHT REMEMBER a post I wrote a while ago about a booklet called Pray the Mass. Some asked that this be scanned in, so, at long last I can present to you:
The main part of the book is a walk through the Mass divided into 33 steps. The Appendix: Suggestions for Teaching the Mass recommends these steps be learnt in order, requiring each student to give the next step going around the class. The steps are broken up into four groups to make the memorisation more manageable.
I have entered them into a Quizlet flashcard set where they can be printed or studied online as desired. I added quotes from an English translation of the Mass to go with each step, some of which are quite long and come out quite tiny when printed as flashcards, but still readable.
Another tip for teaching can be found in Chapter 1 of Pray the Mass, where the author says ‘We shall collect pictures of the priest at Mass, and have a small altar and a tiny priest to go over again all the “steps” that we have learned.’
TWO EXCELLENT SOURCES OF PICTURES of the Mass are the Latin Missal and the Jogues Missal. Another is the website Sancta Missa, aimed at the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, like this booklet. A small altar and tiny priest could be improvised with a chess set or Lego®. You can see a very complete model of a sanctuary by James Prin. I hope that helps give some more ideas for passing on how to Pray the Mass.