Category: Religious Studies 9

Religious Studies 9

Friendship Tableaus

A tableau or tableau vivant is a representation of a scene. No movement takes place. Students simply take positions to portray the main message of a scene. They freeze in that position for about 30 seconds. (Like a youtube “mannequin challenge”

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Qualities of Friendship

Below is a list of traits one would like to find in a friend: joyful helpfulcaring creative spontaneous humble courageous fearless brave leader caring good listener gentle merciful just honest faithful sympathetic fun fair understanding sensitive accepting sensible responsible prudent

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Be Just

Theme 1: What keeps us apart? Outcomes Students will identify and analyze examples of prejudice suggest ways that they could respond with compassion to situations of injustice demonstrate an understanding of how responding with com- passion leads to peace Key Concepts

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Be Honest

Theme 1: When is it stealing? Outcomes Students will express and apply the seventh commandment identify how the seventh commandment challenges actions that are commonly deemed acceptable define stewardship and discuss it in terms of the demands of the seventh commandment

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Be Generous

Theme 1: Do I have a heart of gold? Outcomes Students will examine and evaluate their attitudes towards other people express the meaning of “pure of heart” identify ways they can be more generous in their attitudes understand how Jesus models

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Be Forgiving

Theme 1: What does it really mean to forgive? Outcomes Students will examine the ways Jesus models forgiveness define forgiveness express the Christian call to forgiveness identify areas in their life where they are called to forgive name and appreciate the

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Be Hopeful

Theme 1: What keeps us going? Outcomes Students will define hope and its role in Christian living explore the ways prayer nourishes hope identify people who model Christian hope find hope for their own lives in the death and resurrection of

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Be Obedient

Theme 1: Why should I obey my parents or anyone else in my family? Outcomes Students will explain and interpret the fourth commandment as it applies to families express the value of obedience and name the challenge of and limits to

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Be Loving

Theme 1: What is love? Outcomes Students will examine and evaluate their understanding of love analyze Scripture pas- sages where Christ models love explore the Christian dimensions of love within the context of popular notions of love analyze ways they love

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Be Faithful

Theme 1: What do I really believe? Outcomes Students will articulate ways that relationships based on faith are reasonable express what it means to have a relationship with God through Jesus describe how faith in Jesus Christ challenges them to love

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Be Alive

Theme 1: How do I look? Outcomes Students will value the sacredness of the human body, regardless of appearance identify ways that we can co-operate with God in car- ing for our bodies express ways in which the Incarnation shows the

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Be With Me

Theme Who do I want to be with? Outcomes Students will explore and express the qualities of relationships they want to have name how they want others to “be with them” know that each person has been created with the

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World Religions Project Rubric

Inherit the Wind Assignment

One of the climax scenes is when Henry Drummond calls Matthew Harrison Brady to the witness stand.  During this scene, Mr. Brady proclaims himself as an authority on the bible.  The following dialogue occurs. Drummond:            “Do you believe that every

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Oremus Bible Browser Link

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Beatitudes: Poverty and Righteousness Assignment

Use the links below to help you complete Part one of the assignment. Give five general facts about poverty in Canada. Describe four ways how children are affected by poverty in Canada. How does living in poverty affect students’ attitude

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RS 9: Cinderella Man Movie Assignment

Answer four of the following questions.   Your answers  must be five to ten or more sentences long.  Answer it in a word document, save it, and either print it off and hand in or e-mail it to me. Since

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RS 9: Cinderella Man Reflection 2

Answer two of the following questions.  Your answers for both questions must be a minimum of five to ten or sentences.   Place your response in a word document, save it, and either print it off and hand in or e-mail it to

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RS 9: Cinderella Man Reflection 1

Answer two of the following questions.  Your answers for both questions must be a minimum of five to ten or sentences.   Place your response in a word document, save it, and either print it off and hand in or e-mail it to

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Movie Study Assignment Rubric

RS 9: A Walk to Remember Assignment

Answer ALL of the following questions.  Your answer for question #1 should be two or three sentences.  Your answer for questions #2, 3, and 4  must be five to ten or more sentences long.  Answer it in a word document,

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RS 9 Reflection 3: A Walk to Remember

Answer the following two questions.  Your answers for both questions must be a minimum of five to ten or sentences.   Place your response in a word document, save it, and either print it off and hand in or e-mail it to

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RS 9 Reflection 2: A Walk to Remember

Answer the following two questions.  Your answers for both questions must be a minimum of five to ten or sentences.  Answer it in a word document, save it, and either print it off and hand in or e-mail it to me.

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RS 9 Reflection 1: A Walk to Remember

Answer the following two questions.  Your answer must be five to ten or more sentences long.  Place your answer it in a word document, save it, and either print it off and hand in or e-mail it to me.  The rubric

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Turning it over to God (This is What Faith is) Story

Read the following story about trusting (having faith) in God totally. It is an excerpt from a book titled Those who Trust in the Lord Shall not be Disappointed. Then address the questions below. Our car was stolen out from

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Assessing the Response Rubric

Ethical Values Assignment

Ethical values (Core ethical values) and (Medical values) Six  values that are commonly used in medical ethics discussions Autonomy –  a person has the right to make their own choices.  In Medicine, the patient has the right to refuse or

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Dead Man Walking Assigment

Introduction Amnesty’s annual report (2012) has China topping list of executions with over 1,000, Iran second with 314, US fifth with 43. The United States only country in the Americas practicing execution.  (see YNet News) The Amnesty International report says

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Dead Man Walking Reflection 2

Select one of the questions to answer. Scene:  Matthew finally confesses to Sr. Prejean.  The dialogue went as follows: Sr. Prejean:    “Do you take responsibility for both of their (the victims) deaths?” Matthew:    “Yes ma’am.” (Matthew breaks down and cries)

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Dead Man Walking Reflection 1

Select one of the questions to answer. 1.  Scene:  Matthew’s lawyer, Millard Farmer, was discussing the up coming Pardon Board hearing.  During that discussion, the lawyer says, “It’s easy to kill a monster.  It’s hard to kill a human being. 

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Dead Poets Society Assignment

The rubric titled Movie Study Assignment Rubric will be used to grade this assignment.  This can be found in the pages at the left. Directions:  Describe examples from the video Dead Poets Society for  each of the following concepts learned

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Dead Poets Society Reflection 2

The following are two sets of questions relating to the movie Dead Poets Society.  Answer one of the sets of questions.  The reflection rubric will be used to grade this assignment. Set One: Answer the following three questions in a

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Dead Poets Society Reflection 1

Select one of the questions below and answer it. When you have completed your answers, print it off and hand it in. The reflection rubric will be used to grade this assignment. QUESTIONS: 1. There is a scene whereby the

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Organ Donors

Consider the following  scenario. A hospital has several patients on their waiting list (article on worldwide kidney organ shortage) who will die if they don’t receive organ donations. Canada (read article for details) has a organ shortage like all others

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Ecological Footprints

Religious Studies 35 As long as the earth endures, seed time and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night, shall not cease. (Genesis 8:22) All across the world, in every kind of environment and region known to

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Temptation

It’s midway through the semester, and you are taking the midterm  Math 30-1 or 30-2 test. You’ve been struggling all semester in this class, and you know that this test will comprise a big part of your final grade. You

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Reflection Rubric

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