Why do you follow religion
Material for religious education
Here you will find accompanying materials for the publication “Engagiert für Religion” of the model project “Perceiving and accompanying religion in secondary and comprehensive schools” by the Confederation of Protestant Churches in Lower Saxony.
The publication “Engagiert für Religion” can be obtained from the RPI Loccum online shop.
You will find all materials that are assigned to the following practical examples of the publication on the right-hand side:
2.1. Project lessons / project days
- Longing stool
- Developing a Children's Church Leader
Children's church guide in the town church of Bückeburg
- Churches tell of faith
- Monastery goes to school
2.2. Elective courses
- Meeting WPK refugees - building bridges, shaking hands
Guidelines for creating a portfolio
Lesson draft "Diaconal Action"
- WPK Together - for one another
Notes on the task and assessment criteria for an oral examination
2.4. Parish and school
- School service: which star are you following?
Text of the allusion
2.5. School emergency
- Development of a mourning concept for the school
Inventory list for a mourning suitcase
- What is the worst online university
- Who is powerful people or government
- What are your 10 laws of writing
- Who is a real brahmin
- Why did you leave Christianity
- Can the use of propaganda be justified?
- What are the disadvantages of good governance
- How does couch surfing work
- What technology does Africa use
- Can you actually stay in a motel
- What is your favorite band artist and why
- How do Punjabis celebrate Diwali
- How annoying are Bangalore drivers
- What is international governance
- How to say welcome to Pashto
- How can I be emotionally strong
- What knowledge is required for iOS development
- What personality do narcissists attract?
- Are democrats a threat to democracy?
- How can I make myself comfortable to be myself?
- What do Afghans think of Pakistani Punjabis?
- Which is the best Pakistani news site
- What is the treatment for sweaty hands
- In Sanskrit what are some flower names