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Living Faiths Christianity Student Book

The only KS3 course presenting faiths lived through real families

Author Julie Haigh, Series Editor Janet Dyson, and Consultant Robert Bowie

Suitable for:  Teachers and Students studying RE at KS3

Price:  £14.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-913804-3
Publication date: 28/02/2013
Paperback: 80 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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Description

The Living Faiths series offers an in-depth look into how faiths are practised and lived in people's daily lives through relevant print and digital content. This Student Book covers Christianity using unique real-life case studies to encourage students to ask questions, actively engage with different faiths, and reflect on the relevance of RE.


Features

  • A lively and engaging Student Book demonstrating the relevance of Christianity through an enquiry-led approach
  • Unique videos of young people and their families practising their faiths help students to relate to real people practising Christianity today
  • An enquiry-led approach helps students focus and reflect on the subject
  • A flexible style with structured chaptered headings allows you to teach by themes within Christianity
  • Clear signposts to rich multimedia content, including real-life case study film clips on Kerboodle bring Christianity to life in your classroom
  • Also available, a Teacher Guide offering practical guidance and support for teaching Christianity
  • Also available, Kerboodle which includes real-life video case-studies of young people and their families to help your students actively engage with different faiths
  • An Evaluation Pack for the whole series is available on inspection for 30 days
  • The Living Faiths series also includes Student Books, Teacher Guides and Kerboodle resources for Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, and Sikhism

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