Making Every RE Lesson Count has been given a rating of 9.3/10

08 March 2021

PROS


  • The books takes a balanced view of teaching religious education (within the English curriculum context), set through three important lenses: theological, philosophical and social sciences.

  • The book is then split into six pedagogically important areas, focused for teaching religious education: challenge; explanation; modelling; practice; feedback, and; questioning.

  • Within the chapters, Louise and Dawn highlight a repertoire of pedagogical strategies that can support teachers discussing many moral and ethical subjects that cross different religious points of view.

  • Many pedagogical strategies are explored in the book, offering a signpost for teachers to explore further if relevant to their classroom.

  • This is a really useful book for secondary teachers who support religious education in their school, underpinned by the six principles that should be evident in any sequence of teaching.



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