Teacher's Resource Book

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Nelson Thornes, 1997 - 210 pages
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Encourages a reflective and investigative approach to religious education. By building on their everyday experiences, the students are encouraged to emphasize with the worlds major faiths. Carefully controlled language and highly illstrated pages make this easy to follow for students of all abilities. Suitable for specialist and non-specialist teachers. Reviewer' Comments " The layout of the text appeals to the student's eye: it is colourful and has interesting extracts which students can relate to. It is multicultural andgives an excellent balance of the six world religions." Head of RE.
 

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Table des matières

Introduction
4
Times and Seasons
5
What is Religion?
40
A Day in the Life
66
What a Week
74
Moon Struck
80
Red Letter Days
84
A Child is Born
98
Roots and Wings
152
Beauty or the Beast? 102
160
Outer Space Inner Space
174
Movement and Change
180
Wonder
181
Beyond Words
190
Bipples in the Pond
198
Doing and Being
202

Your Own Person
102
Tying the Knot
104
When Someone Dies 1 06
106
Places and Spaces 1 A Place to Be
120
Home Sweet Home?
126
The Local Scene
136
Where in the World?
144
Yesterday Today and Tomorrow
214
The Other Half
218
Food for Thought
222
And then what?
228
Glossary
234
Contacts and resources 21S
248
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À propos de l'auteur (1997)

Born in Red Oak, Iowa, educated at Coe College; the University of Iowa, Iowa City; and Georgetown University, John Logan found inspiration for his early poetical works in his conversion to Catholicism. Influenced primarily by Rainer Maria Rilke, his poetry has moved from a religious formalistic style to a freedom of line and voice. Editor of Choice, a major magazine of poetry and photography, Logan has received the Indiana School Letters Fellowship (1965, 1969); the Miles Modern Poetry Award (1967); and a Rockefeller grant (1968).

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