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Religion and Society: Units 1 ' 4 for VCE provides complete coverage of the new VCE Religion and Society Study Design to be introduced in 2017. Written by experienced teachers and authors, this comprehensive yet visually rich student book addresses the key knowledge of the subject. The frequent activities through the book and the additional online resources, support students in the development of the key skills of the course, such as the ability to analyse, interpret and synthesise.
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Fully revised to align with the new Religion and Society Study Design to be introduced in 2017
Authoritative and experienced author team
Engaging yet comprehensive treatment of key knowledge
Frequent activities in the book and the additional online resources address key skills
Updated statistics and case studies
About the Author
Mary Tuohy (Lead Author) is Director of Religious Education and Faith Development at St Bede’s College. She is President of the RASNET and has played a key role in supporting VCE Religion and Society from the time of the subject’s introduction. Mary was previously a lead author of Religion and Ethics in a Pluralist Society.
Damien Green currently teaches VCE Religion and Society at The King David School. He has been an active member of RASNET and advocate of VCE Religion and Society.
Shayndel Samuel currently teaches religion and society at The King David School, is Treasurer of RASNET and was a member of the original writing team for VCE Religion and Society.
Christine Valladares teaches at Avila College, is a RASNET committee member and has been an active member of the VCE Society and Culture community for many years.
Unit 1: The role of religion in society
1 Big questions and some big answers
2 Religion throughout time
3 Religion: The Australian experience
Unit 2: Religion and ethics
4 Thinking and deciding
5 Religious viewpoints
6 Engaging in ethical society
Unit 3: The search for meaning
7 Questions, answers and possibilities
8 Dynamic aspects
9 Rediscovering meaning
Unit 4: Religion, challenge and change
10 Meeting challenge
11 Stimulus, response, impact
ISBN: 9780170374224 ISBN-10: 017037422X Audience:
Primary / High School
For Grades: 11 - 12 Format:
Book with Other Items
Number Of Pages: 416 Published: 5th October 2016 Publisher: Cengage Learning Australia Country of Publication: AU Dimensions (cm): 27.6 x 21.0
Weight (kg): 1.12
Edition Number: 1 Edition Type: New edition