Tag Archives: world religions
This site has a large selection of teaching materials related to certain religions and topics related to religion/beliefs. The teaching materials are labeled according to levels: intermediate 1, intermediate 2, higher, and advanced higher.
Subjects covered include World Religions, various subjects related to Christianity, the Existence of God, Nature of Belief, Religion and the Social [...]
Religious and moral education includes learning about Christianity and other world religions, and supports the development of beliefs and values. It also includes aspects of philosophical enquiry.
These documents explains the experiences and outcomes for religious and moral education experienced in Scotland and also holds a document with advice regarding religious and moral education.
This website, from The Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict, aims to provide schools with information abut various religions. It holds basic information about each of the religions selected as well as resources for teachers
This website contains materials and tools teachers can use to createa a syllabus to teach about world religions. Documents on the site’s homepage include sample exam questions and answers for Grade 12 to test students’ knowledge of Buddhism, Judaism, African Indigenous Churches, and Hinduism.
The United Religions Initiative, is a growing global community working to create cultures of peace, justice and healing for the Earth and all living beings.
The website for kids is an interactive learning tool about world religions and has extensive information about the five major religions and eleven others, including celebrations and festivals, sacred spaces, and [...]
The International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF) is a UK-based charity working for freedom of religion & belief at a global level. We have a century-plus history of encouraging interfaith dialogue & tolerance, with member groups in 25 countries, from faith traditions including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Shinto & Zoroastrianism.