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RE2
RE3
RE4
RE5
RE6
RE7
RE8

ENJOY YOUR LEARNING!


RE1

Preliminary activity:

Main activity: To learn some keywords!

Try to match up the words and definitions then copy them into your book and learn off by heart.

Why not make sure you know these words by doing this crossword?

Now, why don't you get one of your family or friends to test you so you're WORD PERFECT?

 


RE2

To learn these scripture references from Holy Week.

Now see if you can match these up against the clock! (Just click on the BIBLE LOGO.)

Click HERE for an EXTENSION ACTIVITY if you're feeling confident!

 


RE3

Preliminary activity: have a listen to this song
(You can download this MP3 by right clicking and choosing "Save target as ...")

Main activity: To explain how we can be the hands, ears and mouth of Jesus

St. Teresa of Avila once said:

"CHRIST HAS NO HANDS NOW ON EARTH BUT OURS!"

Write a paragraph on how each of us can be:

a) the HANDS of Jesus;
b) the EARS of Jesus;
c) the MOUTH of Jesus.

 


RE4


To evaluate the importance of Easter

Why do some people agree with this?

Why do some people tale a different view?

Give your own opinion with reasons why you think this.

Before you start, try this matching activity to consider different points of view:


RE5


Preliminary activity:

Main activity: To show an understanding of Holy Week by designing a calendar

Design a Holy Week calendar using the information below:

PALM SUNDAY—Catholics remember Jesus coming into
Jerusalem on a colt. The crowd welcomed him by waving palm
branches and singing “Hosanna” which means “Save us”.

MAUNDY THURSDAY—Catholics remember two things:
 Jesus washing the feet of the disciples;
 The Last Supper where Jesus shared bread and wine with his friends saying: “This is my body and blood!”

GOOD FRIDAY– Catholics remember The Crucifixion where Jesus died on the cross to take away all the sins of the world. When he was on the cross, Jesus said: “Father, forgive them. They don’t know what they are doing!”


RE6

Preliminary activity:

Main activity: To design symbols for the Sacrament of Reconciliation

The Sacrament of Reconciliation involves 4 elements:

 Examination of Conscience—where the penitent (the person who wants
God’s forgiveness
) thinks about any wrong things they have done

 Confession— where the penitent says sorry to God for all these things

 Absolution—where the penitent receives God’s forgiveness through the words of the priest

 Penance—where the penitent does something to make up for their wrongdoing (often some
prayers or kind actions).


Design a symbol for EACH of these elements.


RE7

 


To evaluate whether saying sorry brings about reconciliation.

Why do some people agree with this?

Why do some people tale a different view?

Give your own opinion with reasons why you think this.

Before you start, try this matching activity to consider different points of view:


RE8


To revise for an Assessment Opportunity.

Use the materials in your Independent Learning Pack and your responses to REVISE for your Assessment Opportunity.