Christianity Key Beliefs and Traditions An RE Resource for Teaching Christianity at Key Stage 2 by Cavan Wood
  

Synopsis

Christianity Key Beliefs and Traditions An RE Resource for Teaching Christianity at Key Stage 2 by Cavan Wood

Christianity: Key Beliefs and Traditions is an essential resource for teaching Christianity at Key Stage 2. It seeks to inform and equip RE teachers by looking at key theological ideas such as creation and salvation as well as at the life of Jesus and the growth of the church. Over 30 topics are covered, each including background information, classroom activities and learning objectives and outcomes. The emphasis is not just on the history of Christianity but on the Christian faith as it is lived now and on evaluating its key ideas, linking themes to pupils' experience and understanding.

About the Author

Cavan Wood has been a Head of RE for 20 years. He has written books on teaching RE including The RE Teacher's Handbook (Continuum) and textbooks for Key Stages 3 and 4 as well as PSHE resources. He has also written for assembly resources and is a regular book reviewer. He is interested in films, books and politics.

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Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Cavan Wood
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Publisher

Barnabas in Schools an imprint of BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

Publication date

21st June 2013

ISBN

9780857462510


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