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Sometimes prose isn't enough for the deep things of life.These poems explore and contemplate the spiritual life. Written like the best musical albums, in a season of heavy pain, these reflections will stir up the heavenly and cause questioning in your own heart.Discussion/Reflection questions can be
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
There is a “true” reality that transcends, or goes beyond, the physical world. People will find truth within themselves, not through logic, religion or the senses. Nature is a doorway to the spiritual world... classic Transcendental theories.Included in this 7 page document are excerpts from Ralph
I developed these materials for a mini-unit on Spirituals and my students *love* it. Decoding messages in familiar songs evokes excited discussion and analysis. They are captivated by the short musical film (links and materials provided). Every year, minds are blown. This is an intriguing, wonderfu
If you teach in a Catholic school, this is a wonderful way to incorporate religion into your discussion of Mother's Day. Students will learn the importance and value of praying for others. You can also teach your students about offering their Masses up for special intentions. When I do spiritual bou
This unit is a great option for distance learning or in-person learning that doesn't involve singing (if that is something you need during Covid times!)This product is part of the History of Choral Music BUNDLE NUMBER TWOhttps://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Choir-Distance-Learning-BUNDLE-Non-
This bundle includes a variety of materials for C.S Lewis book The Screwtape Letters. Details below:Product 1: Tests, Discussion Qs and Vocabulary for STL- 2 Comprehensive tests covering the entirety of the letters (The first test covers letters 1-15, the second covers letters 16-31), plus answer ke
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
What did Jesus look like? Discussing the race and ethnicity of Jesus can be a difficult topic, but this PowerPoint will open up a conversation with your class and help them see that Jesus could have looked very different from the traditional image. This would be a great lesson to go along with the F
NOTE: This guide is a supplement to The Hero’s Journey in Five Days, my basic guide for teaching the Hero’s Journey. It assumes that your students have already studied the Hero’s Journey archetype. If students have not studied the Hero's Journey, see The Hero's Journey in Five Days or The Hero’s Jou
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
A perfect gift to give dads- just print and pray! This is a wonderful way to incorporate religion into your discussion of Father's Day. Students will learn the importance and value of praying for others. You can also teach your students about offering their Masses up for special intentions. When I d
The Great Divorce Discussion Questions by Chapter:This is a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD only. This is a MINI version of the full curriculum we have available for the book. The full curriculum can also be found on our store and includes these questions. In this download you will find:- Background information on
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This lesson was designed to help young Christians understand what living water is. The plan focuses on the story of the woman at the well, as well as, some Old Testament passages. Throughout the lesson the students will learn through personal reflection, rich group discussion (a must for this age gr
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6th - 12th
The Philosophy Boxes Method is a new approach to P4C designed for students aged 8-18: it is graphically stimulating, engaging, and fun. This download is also suitable for older students: but the format was designed with younger students in mind.The topic of this Philosophy Boxes download is 'Moral &
This workbook is a companion to your chosen religious text. It explains how to use the accompanying worksheets to expand student's knowledge and practice. Designed as a guide for individual or group work, the workbook and worksheets can be used as a springboard for discussion groups in senior grade
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Created by a Philosophy teacher and experienced formal debater in collaboration with his colleagues in the Maths department.This PPT file contains 100 debates and discussion relevant to the study of mathematics and, especially, 'The Philosophy of Mathematics' (allowing teachers to bring P4C [philoso
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Not Grade Specific
These worksheets are a companion to your chosen religious text. It can be used to accompany the Spiritual Toolkit to expand student's knowledge and practice. Designed as a guide for individual or group work, the workbook and worksheets can be used as a springboard for discussion groups in senior g
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
These worksheets are a companion to your chosen religious text. It can be used to accompany the Spiritual Toolkit to expand student's knowledge and practice. Designed as a guide for individual or group work, the workbook and worksheets can be used as a springboard for discussion groups in senior gra
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
These worksheets are a companion to your chosen religious text. It can be used to accompany the Spiritual Toolkit to expand student's knowledge and practice. Designed as a guide for individual or group work, the workbook and worksheets can be used as a springboard for discussion groups in senior gra
Subjects:
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
These worksheets are a companion to your chosen religious text. It can be used to accompany the Spiritual Toolkit to expand student's knowledge and practice. Designed as a guide for individual or group work, the workbook and worksheets can be used as a springboard for discussion groups in senior gra
Subjects:
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
These worksheets are a companion to your chosen religious text. It can be used to accompany the Spiritual Toolkit to expand student's knowledge and practice. Designed as a guide for individual or group work, the workbook and worksheets can be used as a springboard for discussion groups in senior gra
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
These worksheets are a companion to your chosen religious text. It can be used to accompany the Spiritual Toolkit to expand student's knowledge and practice. Designed as a guide for individual or group work, the workbook and worksheets can be used as a springboard for discussion groups in senior gra
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is an extensive list of discussion questions (with accompanying quotes) for Marilynne Robinson's wonderful novel Gilead. I created it for an adult book club comprised of Christians, so much of the content is directed towards that audience (topic examples: fatherhood, Christian theology, the sp
Grades:
10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Teacher Information:**This is a Microsoft Word file, so feel free to edit to your own needs***As an ongoing assessment students are required to be continually recording thoughts/statements/quotes/media which pertain to religious ethical issues. Students will reflect thoughtfully on these statements
Every year, I teach the principles of Buddhism, Shintoism, and Confucianism to my first-year Japanese language students. We learn parallels between these belief systems and Japanese language and traditional and modern cultures. I use refer to these parallels often throughout the years I have the s
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Grades:
9th - 12th
“Moral-Mystic Mantra” is a student-read dialogue among interior voices: thesis, antithesis, hypothesis, & synthesis. Explores moral/spiritual issues and shows how reflective thinking with multiple perspectives may be helpful in writing essays or other creative endeavors—including philosophy. The
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education

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