Grade 4 Archive
If you want to know about teaching Religious Education this site is for you. Teaching RE is an exciting, challenging and varied career choice; being able to enthuse, educate and inspire young people is a privilege.
This website is aimed at helping parents teach their children to be tolerant of different religions, however, educators can also use this guide to help teach a diverse class.
This site from the Diversity Council of Minnesota ffers different activities dealing with cultural diversity including religion. Activities range from K-12.
Herramientas didacticas is a compilation of teaching and learning materials created by several professionals, NGO and institutions and posted by Aula Intercultural, a community web site which focuses its work on the promotion of intercultural education and mutual understanding. The materials are available in Spanish, English, Catalan, French, Italian, Portuguese, Galician and Basque. The project is [...]
The Tutorials for Peace Education elaborated by Educacion Sin Fronteras, NGO based in Spain, is a compilation of teaching materials for primary and secondary school related with intercultural education, respect for diversity, gender, poverty and human rights. Panels, interactive maps, games and illustrations are available on the web site. The tools are in English and Catalan.
Making Multicultural Australia is a website which aims to assist young people of upper primary and high school age, their parents, the teachers and the wider community explore our cultural diversity. It provides information on the contributions that different cultural groups have made to the development of Australian society and on the various views towards [...]
"Citizenship through… Religious Education" provides teachers with a springboard to great Citizenship lessons through ICT, PSHE, Geography and History at KS3, RE and English. Also available are Citizenship through work-related learning and enterprise and Citizenship through informed and responsible action.
Creation Tables are useful ways into encouraging a sense of awe and wonder, learning about the created world and developing cross-curricular work on RE. The website provides activities for pupils and ideas for teachers to try and adapt for themselves.
Resource includes teaching ideas to help develop cooperation and thinking about peace and conflict on a global scale. It links working together on a small scale to large scale conflicts around the world and explores ideas about different cultures and beliefs.
The resource contains overall unit plans and objectives and practical lesson plans for teaching and learning about refugees. Topics are related to broader topics of civic education as justice, equality, tolerance, freedom, minority rights and the formation of community.