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ISBN:0590534106
Author: Bill Gent,L. Gent
ISBN13: 978-0590534109
Title: Religious Education KS1 (Curriculum Bank)
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Language: English
Category: Religions
Publisher: Scholastic (April 18, 1997)
Pages: 160

Religious Education KS1 (Curriculum Bank) by Bill Gent,L. Gent



Religious Education KS1 (Curriculum Bank) by Gent, B, Gent, L (April 18, 1997) Paperback. References are provided to the Scottish Guidelines for Religious and Moral Education 5-14.

This book may stand alone or be used alongside "Religious Education Key Stage 2". References are also provided to the Scottish Guidelines for Religious and Moral Education 5-14. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found.

Religious Education KS1 (Curriculum Bank). Exercises and recreations, Prayers, Schools.

Bill Gent has education degrees from Oxford (1973), Birmingham (1982) and Warwick (2006) Universities. It was during his time as a teacher in Birmingham that he developed a particular interest in issues connected with collective worship in schools. Having published in this field, he became a popular speaker at conferences, working closely for a time with Professor John Hull. Gent, B & L (1997) Curriculum Bank Religious Education: Key Stage 1, Leamington Spa, Scholastic. Gent, B & L (1997) Curriculum Bank Religious Education: Key Stage 2, Leamington Spa, Scholastic. Gent, B (2000) ‘SACREs & the Learning Society’, REsource, 23:1, 16-19. Gent, B (2002) ‘Spiritual Development & School life: Finding the Words’, REsource, 24:2, 4-7. Gent, B (2003) ‘School Improvement & the Life of the Spirit’, REsource, 25:3, 12-16. Authors: B. Gent, L. Gent. Synopsis: Aimed at teachers of 5 to 7 year-olds, this is a guide to planning, differentiation and assessment for primary RE. The book relies on SCAA models as a "benchmark" in providing a series of structured lessons, enabling children to explore human experiences in religion and the beliefs of six major world faiths in relation to their own.

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Religious education has been part of the curriculum of Welsh educational establishments ever since Christianity was first introduced to this country. Until comparatively recently, religion has played a dominant part in the history of the Welsh people. Almost half of the people featured in Famous Welshmen (University of Wales Press, 1944) made their mark at least partly because of their contribution to the religious life of Wales. London: Hodder and Stoughton. and Gent, B. (1997a) Curriculum Bank: Religious Education KS1. Leamington Spa: Scholastic. (1997b) Curriculum Bank: Religious Education KS2. Guy, . Mizon, S. and Morgan, P. (1999) From Start to Finish My Life as a Christian.

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Bill Gent of The University of Warwick, Coventry with expertise in: Other Religions, Abrahamic Religions and Pedagogic Theory. This article focuses on the reported experiences of Muslim students that regularly shift between Muslim ‘supplementary education’ (including its traditional confessional focus on learning to read Arabic and then memorise and recite the Qur’an) and mainstream school education (including its ‘inclusive’ form of religious education’).

Aimed at teachers of 7 to 11 year-olds, this is a guide to planning, differentiation and assessment for primary RE. The book relies on SCAA models as a "benchmark" in providing a series of structured lessons, enabling children to explore human experiences in religion and the beliefs of six major world faiths in relation to their own. This book may stand alone or be used alongside "Religious Education Key Stage 2". References are also provided to the Scottish Guidelines for Religious and Moral Education 5-14.