The Boy with Stars in His Mouth Pupil's Book And Other Hindu Stories by Lynne Broadbent, John Logan
  

Synopsis

The Boy with Stars in His Mouth Pupil's Book And Other Hindu Stories by Lynne Broadbent, John Logan

The Stories to Remember series answers a demand for good quality Big Book format books with simply-written and well illustrated stories from the different faith traditions. Each title in the series contains three stories, chosen to represent different aspects of/key concepts within a main faith tradition as identified by locally agreed syllabuses for RE. 'Big book' format enables teachers to use the stories/text with class groups-the language level is appropriate for pupils aged 5-6 (Key Stage 1). Teacher's notes printed on the inside covers provide guidance on how the stories could provide a starting point for learning and assessment in RE. The Boy with Stars in His Mouth presents stories from the Hindu tradition which reflect key themes in the Hindu faith, including: the Boy with Stars in His Mouth, the Elephant-headed God, and the Monkey General. All books are available in Welsh language editions.

About the Author

Lynne Broadbent has been teacher trainer and adviser in RE and writer of teacher and pupil-based resources for over thirty years. John Logan is a head teacher of a London primary school and has previous substantial experience as an adviser in RE.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Lynne Broadbent, John Logan
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Publisher

Religious and Moral Education Press an imprint of Canterbury Press Norwich

Publication date

30th April 2009

ISBN

9781851753673


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