Updated 2nd Edition on USCCB Conformity Listing
This updated edition has more in-depth and expansive explanations as to what it means to be created in God's image.
Designed for one semester of a parochial school setting and a full year's course of student in a parish religion program.
THEME: The beginning of the Church and Pentecost are reviewed. Various heresies are studied along with feudalism, the medieval Church and the reformation.
This teacher's manual is very detailed, thorough and full of practical ideas.
- Review and discussion questions plus activities stimulate classroom dialogue and help children verbalize what they have learned.
- Cross-references to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Unit vocabulary, unit and lesson objectives provide the emphasis of the lesson.
- Living the Lesson sections relates concepts of faith to everyday living.
- Suggested time allotment for one-day-a-week and five-days-a-week are provided
The Appendix in the Teacher Manual includes prayers to know, Unit Family Notes that may be sent home to stimulate family discussion and activity and Unit Assessments that may be used as gradable material to assess the student comprehension.
Information on the Student Workbook B (to be purchased separately): Perform-a-text combines text and activity in one book. Clear, comprehensive and interesting presentation emphasizing Christ's living and active presence in the Church throughout her history. The lives of saints and other persons of importance serve as focal points for the history of the Church and role models of living the faith. The lessons are complimented by colorful illustrations, Scripture references, and cross-referenced to the YOUCAT and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.