Introduction+ Syllabus Point 1 (Animism Etc)

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  • Introduction+ Syllabus Point 1 (Animism Etc)

    1. 1. Religion and Non-Religion Introduction to unit
    2. 2. HSC Exam Links NB..This unit will comprise 10 multiple choice and one 5 mark “short answer” (approx. 1 page) in the exams. NB..Questions can come from anywhere within this section of the syllabus and don’t have to form a “pattern” i.e “two from this section, one from that section” etc. (subject to clarification after 1st set of exams and examiner’s reports. Students should note the amount of points that they have to be familiar with along with the terminology…...
    3. 3. Relevant Syllabus Point Students learn about: •the expression of the religious dimension in human history Students learn to: •identify the following expressions of the religious dimension in human history: –animism –polytheism –monotheism
    4. 4. Relevant Syllabus Point Students learn about: •the expression of the religious dimension in human history Students learn to: •identify the following expressions of the religious dimension in human history: –animism –polytheism Identify - Recognise and Name –monotheism
    5. 5. Recap of Yr 11 “Nature of Religion” In your books, rule up the following grid and fill it in. (leave a bit of space to write in) Core Texts and Ritual/ Ethics Beliefs Writings Ceremony Buddhism Islam Christianity Judaism Hinduism
    6. 6. Recap of Yr 11 “Nature of Religion” Quick Questions (answer in books) 1. How does religion affect the daily life of individuals AND society? (Example form) 2. How does religion help create cohesion? Give two examples 3. How religion help create conflict in society? Give two examples
    7. 7. Key Definitions for the syllabus point
    8. 8. “a type of religious belief that all Animism components of the universe, including humans, animals, plant life, rocks, etc. contain some form of life force, soul or spirit. Some are seen as friendly spirits; others as tricksters.” http://www.religioustolerance.org/gl_a.htm
    9. 9. Animism Native American
    10. 10. Aboriginal Spirituality
    11. 11. ‘Temple Watchers’ in Bali
    12. 12. Polytheism “Believing in the existence of more than one god.” •www.reasoned.org/glossary.htm
    13. 13. Celtic
    14. 14. Greek
    15. 15. Egypt
    16. 16. Roman
    17. 17. Monotheism “Belief in only one god.” • www.dtl.org/trinity/misc/glossary.htm
    18. 18. Egypt Akhenaten and Aten (sun god)
    19. 19. Christianity
    20. 20. Islam
    21. 21. Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Animism Polytheism Monotheism
    22. 22. Group task: Explore the response of animism, polytheism and monotheism to the four principal questions: 1. how the universe was created? 2. what is a human person? 3. what happens after death? 4. why is there suffering?
    23. 23. Activities Find as many examples (of animism, polytheism and monotheism) as possible to share with the class
    24. 24. Class Discussion/Activity Describe a society based upon animism, polytheism and/or monotheism. Reference should be made to political structures, social organization, gender roles, relationship with nature etc What does this society “look” like? Function? Main principles? etc NOTE: NOT MAKING A RELIGION UP
    25. 25. Activities Using the supplied handouts (please dont write on) and other resources, compile a concise (5-6 points?) set of notes/points that answer the following question; “Can you identify the expression of; •Animism •Polytheism •Monotheism in human history?”
    26. 26. End † 2007 ~ NOW www.metatemporal.com

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