Grade 7 Archive
This website gives an overview of the many activities by the New York Public Library that provide artistic, religious, educational and other aspects of the three Abrahamic faiths: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
This publication of the Brent Council offers guidance on education about religions/religious education at the Foundation stage (ages 3-5), as well as programmes of study for Key Stages 1-4 (ages 5-16). Following National curriculum standards, they clarify the types of knowledge,understanding, skills, attitudes and processes which inform religious education in Brent.
Brooke Bemowski of Robert A. Millikan High School, was selected as the first-place winner of the 2010 Diverse Minds Youth Writing Challenge in Los Angeles. In addition to the publication and distribution of her book, Brooke will receive a $5,000 scholarship, which she will use toward her collegiate studies this fall – she plans to [...]
Largely text-based site with sections which are differentiated for primary and secondary students. Teachers can find glossary of the commonly used Hindu expressions, explanations of Hindu practices, beliefs and worship, as well as the links to other related resources.
The NGO Entreculturas offers a wide range of resources for intercultural and human rights education as lessons, videos, interactive resources, texts and audiovisual materials.
Sing Up offers songs, music and lyrics to teach and inspire pupils on intercultural and religious education. The organization consideres that singing improves learning, confidence, health and social development, having the power to change lives and help to build stronger communities.
This teaching and learning resource for teachers can help students develop a deeper awareness and understanding of other cultures and faiths within the Southeast Asia-Australasia (Australia and New Zealand) region. The aim of the resource is for students to identify the commonalities and appreciate the differences within and between societies. Subjects covered include food, clothing, [...]
Rabbis for Human Rights offer several articles and reflections about human rights and Judaism. The writings are especially focused on Human Rights and reconciliation in Israel the Palestine Occupied Territories.
The interview offers an approach to the female genital mutilation and tries to focus on several aspects related with religion and beliefs. The author considers that the justification of female mutilation based on religion (Islam) is wrong interpretation of the Holy Koran and a misunderstanding.