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SAMPLE COURSE OUTLINE RELIGION AND LIFE GENERAL YEAR 12

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1 Sample course outline Religion and Life – General Year 12 This outline develops the content from Unit 3 and Unit 4 which deals with the nature of religion and the influence of religion. The teacher needs to embed the religious inquiry and learning skills from the syllabus when developing a teaching and learning program. Typically, teachers will also focus on one religion for both units but may take the opportunity to study more than one religion when addressing a particular syllabus content point.

Semester 1 – Unit 3 Week

1

2–3

4–6

7–8

9–10

11–14

15–16

Key teaching points Introduction • introduce the course and the focus of Unit 3 • overview the structure of the course, focusing on the content organisers The relationship between important life events and the search for meaning and purpose • outline how a series of actions or steps can lead people to find meaning and purpose in their life • review examples that illustrate how people find a religious meaning and purpose • define the term ‘search for meaning and purpose’ How individuals or groups respond to the presence of religion in a society • examples of the different ways people and groups respond to the presence of religion in society • classification and grouping of these examples • explore reasons given for these differing responses Task 1 How a religious belief or teaching can play a role in the lives of people and/or society • examples of religious beliefs and teachings that play a role in the lives of people and/or society • the main features of a religious belief or teaching • how and why this belief or teaching can play a role in the lives of people and/or society Task 2 Different ways people choose to follow a religious way of life • descriptions of particular religious ways of life • examples of the different ways people choose to follow a religious way of life • a range of stories about individuals who follow a particular religious way of life Task 3 An overview of a religion’s structure and/or leadership • introduce how a religion is organised and led • an overview of the main structures of a religion • an overview of leadership within a particular religion • examples of the role leaders and structures play in a religion Task 4 An overview of an important event or issue in the history of a religion • an important event or issue in the history of a religion • the historical narrative – the main features of this event or issue • why the event or issue is important for a religion Task 5 Task 6 (commence) The key features of a current issue in society to which a religion seeks to respond • examples of current social issues • current issues a religion responds to • the key features of one current issue The response of a religion to a current issue in society • the response of a religion to this issue Task 6 (presentation)

Sample course outline | Religion and Life | General Year 12

2 Semester 2 – Unit 4 Week

1

2–3

4–5

6–7

8–10

11–12

13–14

15–16

Key teaching points Examples of how the lives of people are influenced and shaped by religion • ways to recognise how religion can influence people • different ways religion influences people • examples of how people are influenced and shaped by religion How religion plays a part in the life of a significant religious person, past or present • significant religious people • the life of a significant religious person • how religion influenced this person Task 7 How a religious practice, ritual, celebration or event can play a role in the lives of people • examples of religious practices, rituals, celebrations and events • the main features of a particular religious practice, ritual, celebration or event • how and why a religious practice, ritual, celebration or event relates to people • the role a religious practice, ritual, celebration or event plays in the lives of people Task 8 An example of the role religious leaders and/or structures play in developing or supporting the expression of a religious belief, teaching or practice • an overview of the role religious leaders and/or structures play in developing and expressing religious beliefs, teaching and practices • an outline of the key steps in developing or expressing a religious belief, teaching or practice • an example of the development and expression of a religious belief, teaching or practice Task 9 How a religion interacted with an important event or issue from the past • an overview of an important event or issue from the past • the historical narrative – the main features of this event or issue • why the event or issue is important for a religion • how a religion interacted with this event or issue Task 10 Reasons for and against the involvement of religion in society • different ways religions are involved in society • reasons for and against the involvement of religion in society • a religious and a non-religious point of view about these reasons Task 11 A comparison of societal and religious views on a current issue in society • the main features of a current issue in society • different views about this issue, including religious views • the main features of each view • comparison of the various views Why a religion responds in a particular way to a current social issue • how a religion responds to a current social issue • why a religion responds in a particular way to a current social issue Task 12

Sample course outline | Religion and Life | General Year 12

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