Lessons for Religion

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  • Religious Symbols in Public Schools - … church that would then threaten minority religions. In other words, the intent was to protect religion from the State. In France, it … prohibit polygamy although various religions and cults in both countries claim that the practice is integral to their religion. In the public … structures to better take this religion into account by creating the CFCM (French Council for the Muslim Religion) in December 2002, a …
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  • Religious Symbols in Public Schools - … church that would then threaten minority religions. In other words, the intent was to protect religion from the State. In France, it … prohibit polygamy although various religions and cults in both countries claim that the practice is integral to their religion. In the public … structures to better take this religion into account by creating the CFCM (French Council for the Muslim Religion) in December 2002, a …
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  • First Amendment Rights - … that government can't establish a religion? Do all nation of the world have freedom of religion? 14. Review and discuss student … may organize the First Amendment text into categories of speech, religion, press, etc. Students working beyond the indicator may extend their … people who belong to a certain religion start their own school to reflect their beliefs? Yes (Religion) 8. Can you meet with …
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  • Akhenaton - … the short-lived monotheistic religion that he established as the basis of a research project into other religions or belief systems that … of leadership traits among people who founded or influenced world religions. Adaptations Adaptations for Older Students: With older students, expand the … current religions not traceable to one individual (for example, Mayan and Aztec religions, African tribal religions, Hinduism); (b) sects or branches within world religions
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  • Robert Boyle and Religion: Why were scientists concerned about Religion in the Seventeenth Century? - … Boyle and Religion: Why were scientists concerned about Religion in the Seventeenth Century? FOR TEACHERS Lesson Title: Robert Boyle and Religion: Why were scientists concerned about Religion in the … , many scientists such as Boyle did believe that science and religion were complementary, rather than oppositional and contradictory, areas of knowledge …
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  • Religions of the World - Religions of the World Description Students begin a study of the part that religion plays in culture, by discovering how many different religions … symbols for each of the religion locations they found. Have them put the symbol and corresponding religion name in their keys. Circulate … study of a major holiday of one of the world religions. Web Links Web supplement for Religions of the World Religions
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  • Culture - Unit on Religion and Globalization - … of certain religions. Finally, they will learn about how some religions have benefited from globalization. NOTE: Since this unit covers religion, it may … the obstacle that stereotyping presents for academic inquiry in comparative religion. Student Objectives Unit Objectives Your State Standard Understand the reactions … and Religion" Article by James Kurth, "Religion and Globalization" Article by Alfred Bloom, "Globalization and Buddhism" Article by David Loy, "Religion and the …
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  • Religion and the Atlantic Slave Trade - … include the stand of the religion towards enslavement of co-religionists, enslavement of those outside the religion, the treatment of slaves, rights … by religion and also by these issues: the stand of the religion towards enslavement of co-religionists, enslavement of those outside the religion … /2003/21262.htm tiers) Comparative Religions: Ask students to select one of the major world religions or religious sects to determine what …
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  • An Introduction to Islam - … , since there are shared philosophical and ethical ideas among the religions, stereotyping occurs. How might celebrating the diversity of faith communities … should address Knowledge Learning Objectives References: (2002). March 2002: World Religions, Concepts across the curriculum. http://www.pbs.org/teachersource/thismonth … Islam: Empire of faith http://www.pbs.org/empires/islam Religion: Three religions, One God, Global connection in the Middle East. http …
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  • A Faith of Their Own - … : 'People mistake tradition for religion...Men are always saying, "Women can't do that because of religion", when in fact it is … between 'religion' and 'tradition'? What is the difference between 'tradition' and 'law' within one's religion? What roles, if any, do religion and … the development of this religion? You might also watch a movie about the advent of Christianity or another religion, or read a …
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