Framework RE Pupil's Book by Steve Clarke, John Keast


Framework RE Pupil's Book by Steve Clarke, John Keast

Framework RE is designed to deliver the new National Framework for Religious Education at Key Stage 3. The 3 books (one book for Years 7, 8 and 9) combine to create a motivating activity-based course for pupils. Book 2 is aimed at Year 8 pupils. The course includes the Literacy and Thinking Skills strands of the Key Stage 3 Strategy; differentiated activities; Assessment for Learning; activities and assessments linked to the 8-level scale; philosophical and ethical issues in preparation for Key Stage 4; opportunities to reflect on personal experience; and religions with a significant presence in the UK and world.

About the Author

Steve Clarke is an experienced teacher and author. John Keast is the chairman of the National Framework for RE writing group.

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128 pages


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Publication date

31st March 2006



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