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World Religions – Grades 8 -12

These websites through PBS provides lesson plan ideas for teachers to incorporate into their classes about world religions.Topics covered in the Grades 8 to 12 activity ideas include an overall introduction to world religions, graphing data on different world religions, and the architecture of different religious monuments. The last two sections in this lesson plan [...]

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World Religions – Grades 3 – 7

These websites through PBS provides lesson plan ideas for teachers to incorporate into their classes about world religions.
Topics covered in the Grades 3 to 7 activity ideas includes religious buildings/houses of worship for different faiths, celebrations various religions have in the spring time, and stories from the Native American tradition. Each of these activity sections [...]

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Grade 4-6 Religious Education Interim Curriculum Guide

 “The Newfoundland and Labrador religious education curriculum
is shaped by a vision of enabling and encouraging students to
grow religiously, spiritually and morally into informed, caring
and contributing members of society, who appreciate their own
beliefs and values, and the beliefs and values of others, and who
understand the contribution that Christianity and other religions
make to [...]

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Primary schools in Lewisham visited the Catford and Bromley Synagogue as part of religious education

 

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