This handout provides a list of statements designed to help students evaluate the leisureliness of a specific person.
This handout asks students to decide which types of leisure activities their peers encourage them to participate in.
This handout presents two real-life scenarios for which students must read and answer questions.
Students list leisure activities in which they participate before rating the frequency and satisfaction for each.
Students rank eight possible goals of formal education based on their importance or relevance.
Students read several scenarios and rank the level of independence demonstrated.
Students choose adjectives from a list to describe a specific person.
This handout provides a series of questions for students to answer about themselves.
This handout asks students to rank statements according to their beliefs about what it means to be fully alive.
This handout provides three situations where teenagers are not fully respecting themselves. Students read the situations and respond with suggestions that demonstrate more self-respect.
This handout provides a chart to help students keep track of the types of truths and lies portrayed on TV.
This handout provides a chart to help students keep track of their expenditures during one week
Students read several real-life scenarios and explore the many fears, anxieties, and pressures that influence decisions.
Brief description of organization/agency/group and the nature of its work: How does it build relationships? promote justice?
If you were an infant when you were baptized, ask the following questions of your parents to learn more about the celebration of the sacrament. If you remember your Baptism, answer the questions yourself and ask your parents for details …
People join our church each Easter. These individuals participate in the RCIA, the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults. This is a process that calls for much discernment, study, and prayer. It closely parallels the way early Christians entered the …
Use the questions below as you interview key people in your parish. You may want to tape record their responses, with their permission, or take notes in a small notebook. Be sure to begin each section by stating or writ-ing …
Interview five adults of different ages about their favorite childhood prayers. Ask the following questions and record their responses in the space provided or on the back of their handout.
We can learn so much from one another’s stories! Interview three adults of different ages about times when they were truly prayerful and experienced the power of prayer. Ask them the following questions and record their responses in the space …
Interview three adults about their special music memories. Ask them the following questions and record their responses in the space provided.
Answer the following questions about the organization you are researching. Use a separate sheet of paper as needed.
Write a five-paragraph essay summarizing changes and significant events that affected the Church from the 700s through the 800s. Your essay must include suitable citations. You may use article 17, “Charlemagne: Holy Roman Emperor,” in the student book as a …
Everyone knows what it feels like to be on the inside and the outside of a group of people. Fill in the statements below, and then write a prayer to Jesus asking for his help when you are an outsider …
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