Vatican II: The Next Generation (eResource lesson plans)
Author, Dimensions, & Description
Author: Bill Huebsch
Illustrator: Mark Hakomaki8.5 X 11" pages -- lesson plans & catechist or teacher guides (which are free with the order) for 3 age groups: kindergarten through grades 2 or 3; grades 3 through 5; grades 6 through 8Use this marvelous set of teaching tools to bring Vatican II to life for the children in your school or religious ed program.
Peek Inside! See a SAMPLE lesson from the K-3 level.
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Here are the features:
► 3 lessons for each age level: K-grade 2 or 3 -- grades 3-5 -- grades 6-8.
► 6-8 teaching pages per lesson -- all reproducible.
► The lesson outlines include a complete step-by-step guide for the catechist or teacher (which come free with each order) and clever activities for the children, to help them understand the worldwide church, how it met in Rome in the 1960s, and how it affected Catholic life.
► The students will meet good Pope John XXIII; they will share the excitement of opening day; and they will be in the wings as the Council unfolds.
► All lessons are drawn directly from the documents of the Council, but are written in age-appropriate summaries. For high school classes, use the Three Workshops on Vatican II which are found just below. Designed with PowerPoints, handouts, and all other needed elements. (These are also appropriate for older elementary school children.)
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