Learning to Teach Religious Education in the Secondary School provides insights from current educational theory and the best contemporary classroom teaching and learning, and suggests tasks, activities and further reading that are designed to enhance the quality of initial school experience for the student teacher. Key themes addressed include: the place of Religious Education in the curriculum state and faith community schooling developing schemes of work language and religious literacy teaching religion at 16 plus religion and moral education collective worship. This second edition has been thoroughly updated throughout to take account of changes to policy and the curriculum. It includes two additional chapters on aReligious Education and Citizenshipa and aTeaching Religious Education at A levela, as well as new versions of three original chapters aTeaching Children with Special Educational Needsa, aReligious Education and Moral Educationa and aResources for Religious Educationa. Supporting teachers in developing levels of religious and theological literacy, both of individual pupils and the society as a whole, this comprehensive and accessible text will give practising teachers and students an introduction to the craft of teaching Religious Education in the secondary school.The numbers of pupils opting for GCE A Level Religious Studies (RS) is increasing each year as we reap the rewards of increased ... Where the previous chapter dealt with GCSE examinations andthe next chapter deals with general religious education at 16plus, our focus here is on RS at GCE A Level (the titleRS identifies the examination subject, whereas REis used of the nonexamination subject).
|Title||:||Learning to Teach Religious Education in the Secondary School|
|Author||:||L. Philip Barnes|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-05-13|