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    faith commitment and Accreditation to teach Religious Education I have been a member of Our Lady 's Assumption Catholic Parish for the majority of my life and consider myself to be compassionate and dedicated. During my varied teaching experience, I successfully planned and delivered daily religion lessons centered on the suitable unit of work from the Religious Education Archdiocese of Perth. This enabled the students to properly understand, explore and support the Christian message that is imbedded into all learning areas as part of the Catholic Church’s mission in Catholic Education. As a graduate teacher with a Religious Accreditation to teach in Catholic schools, I strive to further my involvement in…

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    My personal theory of religious education is the biblical family centered education. 1. The purpose of religious education 1) Deliver the biblical values through family life The Bible mirrors every dimension of the world, so the biblical values can help people form constructive and balanced characteristics to be whole persons. However, the biblical values will not be fully transmitted by only teaching in the church on a limited time because values are not knowledge to get by just teaching.…

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    of primary school, for the reasons of insufficient schools, and the inability of my parents to pay the education costs in city schools. Thank God, I had a call for religious life, and accepted in the community without secondary education. After training I worked at one of the parishes in Shinyanga region, to provided religious education in schools in the fulfillment of government’s syllabus. Similar to my home village, children suffered from unspeakable poverty, lacking opportunity…

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    On April 11, 1998, I became Catholic and it was the happiest day of my life. I had waited over 25 years to be confirmed and receive communion and because of religious education, my dream had finally come true. Religious education has many facets in the Catholic Church and that night I made a promise to myself that I would learn as many as I could in my lifetime. As a military child, I was always intrigued by the Catholic faith. Every Sunday I would watch the Catholic families pile into…

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    Nowadays education is considered to be one of the most important rights for any human to have. With the current events surrounding extremist groups such as Daesh and Al Qaeda, it is not at all surprising that debates have been sparked surrounding the emergence of Religious, Moral and Philosophical Education (RMPS). Some of these debates surround the content of RMPS curriculums, and the influence which religion has over them. According to the Education (Scotland) Act 1980, Scottish schools must…

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    are not a part of the dominant group deal with red-lining, which discriminates within the housing department. With red-lining those who are discriminating against do not receive housing. 5. They live in neighborhoods that have better protection and a better connection with the police. They believe that the police are there to protect them, unlike minorities. 1.8) If you were involved with organized religion as a child, have your ideas about religion changed? If so, how have your ideas of…

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    taken root and for the most part become integral to society. Reading provides to its consumer the power of education and knowledge and even as this is one of the most important aspects of the knowledge oriented society of modern times, the importance of reading and its power in achieving social status was seen especially in the mediaeval period. Reading and books were for the most part confined to the powerful elite and religious institutions, where monks and adults engaged in reading the…

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    These students belonged to both secular and religious schools and the study meant to find how large of an influence that religious schooling has on a child’s education. The study included 221 students and described a slight difference between the two groups. Seventy-one percent of religious students admitted or showed signs of cheating and/or lying while seventy-nine percent of secular students admitted to the same acts (Bruggerman and Hart 340). Although these results do not contain a…

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    writings of the earliest colonists and onward, the thoughts, emotions, and standards of society are reflected in the written words. As the years progressed so did the words. The writings from the Age of Discovery and the Age of Reason convey powerful feelings in the foundation of a new nation. While the literature produced by the authors during these time periods changes greatly in tone, the underlying sentiment of religious belief and a trust in God remains. In the introduction, the editor of…

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    High Risk Nutritional Practices Health care providers understand that food is needed for physical survival, however to provide culturally competent care it is imperative to have a broader comprehension of the meaning of food to a culture. (Purnell, 2013). The types of food eaten, the order they are ingested, and avoidance of certain foods are often interwoven in the religious and spiritual beliefs of specific ethnic groups. Understanding these concepts provides the knowledge needed for…

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