Primary Steps in Religious Education for the Caribbean Book 2 by Michael Keene, D Mccoy
  

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Primary Steps in Religious Education for the Caribbean Book 2 by Michael Keene, D Mccoy

Primary Steps in Religious Education for the Caribbean is a new series which introduces 7 to 11 year olds to the major world religions as well as some of the faith groups indigenous to the Caribbean, how they came to the region and how all the faiths are relevant today. Key features of the books include . What do you think? sections to encourage pupils to think about issues arising from the topics . To Do provides practical tasks, covering writing, discussion, research topics (mentioned by D as a new skill/useful to include here) . Key words, highlighted in bold type, with simple but clear definitions given in a Glossary The series is accompanied by a Teacher Guide with helpful background material to support non-specialist teachers, notes on presentation of the topics, suggestions for additional work and a selection of photocopiable sheets for extension activities.

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Format

Paperback
80 pages
Interest Age: Age 7-11yrs

Author

Michael Keene, D Mccoy
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Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd an imprint of Oxford University Press
www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

14th January 2004

ISBN

9780748777495


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