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Students are challenged to write a speech as if they were a member of Pope Francis’ synod addressing the problem of cyberbullying.
Students design a monastery based on the responsibilities and needs of the monks.
This is a description for an art project where students express the relationship between Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition.
This assignment helps students to create a poem of praise about an object in nature.
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.
The final performance task options for Unit 8 of Church History: Apostolic Times to Today. The options include writing journal entries from World War I to today, or writing an original graphic novel or comic book about the Church in …
Work with your group to create a six-panel (folded) brochure describing the history and work of Vatican Council I.
The final performance task options for Unit 6 of Church History: Apostolic Times to Today. The options include coming up with interview questions for Pope Pius IX, or creating the front page of a newspaper from the day after Vatican …
Your group has been assigned to create a brochure about one of the two major religious orders to emerge during the Catholic Reformation: the Jesuits or the Carmelites. Imagine that you are members of this new religious order during the …
Write your group member’s names at the top of this handout, and circle the topic assigned to your group. Use the Internet to locate three reliable sources about your group’s assigned topic in Renaissance culture. Use this handout to organize …
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.
The road is really a five-foot wide path. The bricks are more dappled browns than yellow. But the journey does have a wizard and feisty little black terrier. And along the way we found our hearts, our minds, and our …
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