Teaching Christianity at Key Stage 1 by Alison Seaman, Graham Owen
  

Teaching Christianity at Key Stage 1

Written by Alison Seaman, Graham Owen
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Teaching Christianity at Key Stage 1 by Alison Seaman, Graham Owen

Supporting those teaching Christianity at Key Stage 1, this book provides background information for teachers, practical examples of pupil activities and discussion starters. The book follows the areas of study identified in the Church of England Board of Education's policy paper Christianity in the Agreed Syllabus . Similar areas of study can be found in the SCAA RE Model Syllabuses. There are new slants on some of these themes as well as familiar ideas. Topics covered include: Christmas; Easter; what's in the Bible?; visiting a church; using visitors; symbols; light; prayer; and icons. An appendix of useful resources and addresses is also included.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Alison Seaman, Graham Owen
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Publisher

Church House Publishing

Publication date

27th September 2012

ISBN

9780715143438


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