In Questions About Jesus (Key Stage 2) (Encounter Christianity Series)
Why should a great king be born in a stable? What is the greatest gift you could give? How do we know what is real or true? In Encounter Christianity - In Questions about Jesus children are introduced to key...
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Why should a great king be born in a stable? What is the greatest gift you could give? How do we know what is real or true? In Encounter Christianity - In Questions about Jesus children are introduced to key stories from the life of Jesus. They are encouraged to think about the importance of the stories at the time and reflect on their relevance for today. This book links to the 'big' book Encounter Christianity - To Change the World, and to two other small books, Encounter Christianity - In Words about Jesus, and In Journeys about Jesus. Suitable for use by schools and Sunday schools for children aged 7-11, the series supports RE teaching at Key Stage 2 (with a natural progression from the Key Stage 1 series); includes teacher notes that provide background, practical ideas and Bible texts; and provides creative resources to support QCA Schemes of Work for RE.
Alison Seaman was previously head of the National Society's Religious Education Centre. She is the author of a range of books and support materials on religious education and spiritual development for pupils and teachers, including the Encounter Christianity series (also from Church House Publishing). She is now an education consultant.
Alan Brown is a professor of English at the University of West Alabama. His books include Literary Levees of New Orleans, The Face in the Window and Other Alabama Ghostlore, and Shadows and Cypress: Southern Ghost Stories (University Press of Mississippi).