EXPLORING RELIGION AND ETHICS is written by leading educators and experienced practising teachers to meet the requirements of the Religion and Ethics SAS in Queensland. It offers a vast array of learning opportunities that draw on a three-tiered model of personal, relational and spiritual dimensions, and encourages students to explore how these dimensions relate to their own religious beliefs. It features: Clear concise and student-friendly language that caters for different learning abilities and styles Learning and assessment activities that engage and extend students A wide range of valuable time-saving teacher support resources for additional classwork, homework and assessment are available on Cambridge GO.... of analysis modelled in this resource http://www.artgallery.wa.gov.au/ collections/documents/mccubbin.pdf and address the elements of the ... 2 Read the poem The Women of the West by George Essex Evans and complete the table and activity that follow it. ... fever of the city died away, And the old-time joys and faces a they were gone for many a day; In their place the lurching coach- wheel, ... Setting: The painting is set at mount macedon, Victoria, where mcCubbin lived from 1901.
|Title||:||Exploring Religion and Ethics|
|Author||:||Peta Goldburg, Patricia Blundell, Trevor Jordan|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2012-03-07|