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Villanova College: Whole School Religious Education Sequence

Year Level

Year Five

Junior
School

Major
Assessment

Year Six

Major
Assessment

Year
Seven
Major
Assessment

Term 1
What is a Villanovan?
Christian Life (Restorative Practices,
Circle Time, Focus of the Week and
Camp); Church (Pioneering Catholics
Villanovan Bishops); Beliefs (The action
of the Holy Spirit in us)

Open book exam on Pioneering


Catholics
Multiple Choice/Short answer test
How do High Holy Days strengthen
Jewish faith?
Beliefs (High Holy Days); Church
(Liturgical Calendar and actions);
Christian Life (Jesus New Law)

Google Doc Small Group


Research Task/Speaking
Presentation
Why do we want to be part of the
Catholic Church?
Church, Moral Formation, Mission,
Human Existence
Decision Making Matrix
Whose/Whos God?

Middle
School

Year Eight
Major
Assessment

Year Nine
Major
Assessment

Covenants, Prophets, Meditation, Trinity

Prophet Poster
Meditation Podcast
Wheres God?
World Religion, Human Existence, Old
Testament & Moral Formation
Sin and forgiveness (Monotheism)
Information Report

Term 2
There is more than one Mary?
Sacred Texts (Mary mother of Jesus narratives);
Beliefs (Faith formation through Grandparents
Day); Church (Marys titles and roles in her
lifetime/St Mary of the Cross Mackillop
biography and impact upon early Australia);
Christian Life (Conscience, Morals, Judgements
are assisted by the Holy Spirit and believers)
Speaking task moral dilemma
Progressive 6 week Mary research task

Where is faith?
Beliefs (Faith is shared and strengthened in
community of believers); Church (the Gifts of the
Spirit guide believers Catholic Education Week);
Christian Life (Meditative prayer using silence and
stillness to listen/talk with God); Sacred Texts (the
Psalms of the Old Testament are a model for
prayer)
Meditation Journal/Anecdotal records
Short answer/Scripture search test

Do titles help our actions?


Sacred texts (Holy Spirit guiding the New
Testament); Beliefs (Titles and Images of
Jesus); Church (Liturgical year revealing Jewish
tradition); Christian Life (Believers use a range
of practices such as meditation)

Is there wisdom in giving?


Sacred texts (Australian Catholic Christians);
Beliefs (Titles and Images of Jesus in a Catholic
Mass); Church (Eucharist and the presence of
Jesus sacramentally in the Mass); Christian Life
(Fruits of the Spirit)

Term 3

Multiple choice/image and letters of Paul


analysis
Meditation Journal
Where did it all begin?
Old Testament, New Testament, Beliefs
(monotheism), Prayer

Multiple Choice/Scripture Search test


Short/Long Response on Australian
Catholic role models
How do we keep the flame alive?
Church History, Trinity, Prayer, Spiritual Writing

Portfolio
Palestine Diaries
How did the Church survive the Middle
Ages?
Church History, Christian Spiritual writings,
Liturgy of the Hours
Short response Test,
Powtoon Church Hall of Fame
Who was/is Jesus?
Biblical Criticism, Trinity, Meditation

Multi-choice Test
Meditation Film
Why do we want to be part of the Body of
Christ?
Baptism, World Religions, Mission and Justice,
Paschal Mystery.
Catholic Social Teaching: See, Judge, Act
analysis
If not me, then who?
Sacred Texts, Church History, People of, Mission
and Justice
Religious Order Recruitment Poster
Key Leader Presentation

Modern Day Parable Analysis


Short response exam

Term 4
Jesus was Jewish?
Beliefs (Followers of Judaism live their life
through personal and communal worship in
their homes and in the Synagogue); Church
(the Fruits of the Spirit are signs of Gods
active love and work around our world);
Sacred Texts (the contexts of the Gospel
writers shaped their narratives)
Short answer test/Gospel
comparison
Can we hear the messages from long
ago?
Sacred Texts (key messages of Old
Testament prophets); Beliefs (ways faith is
lived around us); Church (Communion of
Saints); Christian Life (Spiritual and corporal
works of mercy)
Tabling scripture and narrative task
Short answer test on Communion of
Saints
How is Jesus remembered?
Liturgy and Sacraments, Prayer and
Spirituality.

Powtoon Presentation (sacrament)

Acts of Virtue: What does it mean to be


Christian?
Ecumenism, Moral formation, New
Testament,
Raps of the Apostles
Why should we care?
Vocation, People of God, Liturgy
&Sacraments
Sacrament of Healing Brochure

Year Level

Year Ten

Major
Assessment

Senior
School

Year
Eleven

Term 1

Once Upon a Time. Who wrote


the Bible?
Representations of God
Understanding the Bible
Biblical criticism
St Paul rhetorical criticism

Year
Twelve

Major
Assessment

Term 3

Term 4

Justice Now?
Human rights
Principles of Catholic Social Teaching
Social Justice V Social Service
Social Sin
Eucharist as Transforming sacrament
Community Service Project
Syllabus references: STCW11, BTR13,
CHLS15, CLMJ11, CLPS25
Plan essay in class
Exam + essay under exam conditions

Called to a Moral Life?


Moral Development
Church as teacher and leader
Conscience
Contemporary Moral Issues
Church in Action in Australia

How has Religion answered the


human search for meaning?
What is Religion?
Smarts dimensions
Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Islam
and Christianity

Syllabus references:STCW11, CHPG11,


CHCH9, CLMF14, CLMJ11, CLPS25
Personal reflection on community Service
Multi-modal presentation

Syllabus references: STOT15,


BEWR11, CLMF14, CLPS24, CLPS25
Exam and response to stimulus

Religious ritual
Rites of Passage Hinduism, Buddhism,
Islam, Judaism, Christianity
Feasts and Celebrations Buddhism /
Hinduism
Aboriginal Spiritualties
Process of research
Syllabus references: STOT17; BETR14;
BEWR12; CHLS16; CHLS17; CHPG10

Sacred Writings
Religions of the Book Islam /Judaism
Introduction to the Bible Christian
perspective
Worlds of the Text
Ways of interpretation

Impact and understanding of


Religions in Australia
Civil religion
Interpreting Religion
Pilgrimage
Interpreting the Bible
Syllabus references:STNT21; STOT17

Interview Report
Response to stimulus exam
Religion and State Relations
Global impact of Religion and politics
Declaration of Human Rights
Catholic Social Teaching
Case Studies Catholic Church and
Politics overseas
Syllabus references: CHPG12;
CHPG10; CLMF15; CLPS26

Exam including Essay under Exam


conditions
Religion and Politics in Australia
Field Study social issues
Homelessness, Poverty, Mental Health,
Aged Care, Domestic Violence, Disability,
Indigenous Health, Environment

Research Essay
Exam
Ultimate Questions:
Identity, Authority and Freedom, Purpose and
Meaning, Values and Morality, Origins and
Destiny

Essay under Exam Conditions in


response to stimulus

Investigation Report
Multi-modal presentation

Syllabus references:STOT16,
STOT15, STNT20, BEHE10, CLPS25
Tutorial Presentation
Response to stimulus exam
Religion and Human Experience
What is Religion
Religion in Australia
Places of worship
Cults
Syllabus references: BEHE12;
CHLS17; CHCH10;

Major
Assessment

Term 2

Syllabus references: CHPG10; CLMF15;


CLMJ12;

Syllabus references: STNT21; BETR15;


STOT17

Syllabus references: STCW12; BETR14;


BEHE12; BEHE13; CLMF16
Research Assignment
Short response test

Multi-modal presentation
Continuation of Ultimate questions
religious response

Syllabus references: BEHE11;


CLMF16;

Multi-modal presentation