The Questions Dictionary of Religious Education by Elizabeth Ashton
  

Synopsis

The Questions Dictionary of Religious Education by Elizabeth Ashton

This invaluable new dictionary enables Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 children to understand the meaning behind many of the complex words and concepts that are used in Religious Education. Fully illustrated and cross-referenced, The Questions Dictionary of Religious Education will also help readers with what might be unfamiliar and difficult new words and concepts as all entries are classified by the use of symbols for: people and places signs, symbols and word pictures in religion worship and traditions in religion seasons and festivals in religion. The Questions Dictionary of Religious Education is designed for both individual and group work. The layout allows teachers to photocopy the entries for mounting on to A4 card or for use in displays. The dictionary can also be used for language teaching and the literacy hour.

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Format

Paperback
104 pages

Author

Elizabeth Ashton
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Publisher

Questions Publishing Co Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

1st May 2002

ISBN

9781841900599


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