After reading several real-life examples of conflict, students provide suggestions to mediate each situation.
This preassessment poses questions about how students have come to know God.
This preassessment helps students identify what they know and want to know about concepts from Unit 2.
An individual worksheet where students rank the importance of discovering specific types of information about another person
This handout asks students to reflect and write about the ways that Jesus' healing is needed in their lives.
This handout presents a list of different definitions and identities for God. Students are asked to choose ones that resonate with them.
This handout asks students to rank a list of items in life and society according to their importance.
This handout helps students to explore the communication and relationship they have with their parents by asking a series of reflective questions for students to answer.
This handout helps teens reflect on their body image and the influences on their attitudes towards their bodies.
This handout presents numerous questions about healthy, life-long marriages for students to think about and answer.
This handout presents several real-life family situations about which students must evaluate and make a decision.
This handout provides several examples of parenting dilemmas. Students are to read the situations, choose a course of action, and explain their thoughts.
This is a writing prompt to help students reflect on what it is like to be a virgin in society today.
This handout provides three situations for students to read and evaluate. Students must give a suggestion for how to respond to the conflict in each scenario based on the strategies in the book.
A summary of Life Issues from the Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers, Second Edition.
For each situation, determine whether the action is right, neutral, or wrong; whether the intent is good or not good; and whether the circumstances allow you to decide freely or keep you from deciding freely.
Answer each question by writing what you know for sure, what you think you know but are unsure about, and things related to the topic that you would like to explore.
In the time allotted for this exercise, answer each question to the best of your knowledge. Each set of questions corresponds to the units you will study in this course and represents content you will cover in more detail in …
A preassessment in the form of a survey for the student to gain self-knowledge that can be used to discern God’s will in their life.
A preassessment for students about their knowledge of terms associated with consecrated life.
A preassessment about things that a student already knows, thinks that they know, and wants to know about the Sacrament of Holy Orders.
A preassessment of one’s knowledge of terms and concepts associated with the Vocation of Holy Orders.
An activity that checks to see what students know about the role of the laity.
A number of preassessment questions on the meaning of a Christian vocation.
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