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This handout provides two project possibilities for students to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts learned in Unit 3.
This is a description for an art project where students express the relationship between Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition.
This project asks students to research an exemplary model of what it means to be the best person that God created each of us to be.
This is a project description that asks students to create a poster as they explore their identity.
This handout lists two final-project possibilities for Unit 5.
This is a rubric to assess the final project options for Unit 1.
Several final performance task project options for Unit 5 of The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth, Third Edition.
Several project ideas that coincide with Unit 4 of The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth, Third Edition.
Several final performance tasks options for Unit 4 of The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth Teacher Guide.
A list of interview questions to ask a practicing Catholic.
This article is part of the Living in Christ Series. It discusses the use of Wikis for classroom group projects, including some suggestions and caveats.
This article is part of the Living in Christ Series. It discusses the value of using Final Performance Tasks to assess students.
(25 minutes) Before the session. Ask one of the participants to serve as a reader. Then, write each of the four following words or phrases on a separate sheet of paper. If your group is large, you might want to …
The Connections Binder encourages students to find meaningful connections between the content they are studying in class and something from the world outside the classroom that they find interesting or appealing. I assign this project at the beginning of my …
This classroom strategy is based on a method used by Fr. Steve Brice while teaching religion at Aquinas High School, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Young people love humor and satire. One way to alleviate pressures students feel from the culture around …
Biblical stories have been imaginatively retold over and over again for centuries. A particular type of retelling, in which students assume the role of a biblical character then retell the story using a first-person point of view, has proven effective …
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