Document Analysis: Archdiocesan / Diocesan Catholic Education – Religious Education Curriculum Foundation

Purpose of this Task: This assessment task requires the student to apply the key learning from the Unit material to a practical expression of contemporary Religious Education as outlined in ONE Australian Archdiocesan/Diocesan Catholic Education website. 2: Description of Task [from the Document published in the LEO Assessment Block with some additional information added] Using key learnings from Modules 2, 3 and 4 and from your extended reading, describe, review and critique an Archdiocesan / Diocesan Catholic Education Religious Education Curriculum Foundation ‘Document’ focusing on the follow key areas: • the understanding/s, evident in the document, of the nature and purpose of religious education in the Catholic school context; • the contemporary approach/es to religious education in use – content and methodology; • the understanding of the relationship of school, family and parish in religious education. The final Assessment of this task will be based on the completion and submission of all THREE of the following components: PART 1: The Nature and Purpose of RE [the understanding/s, evident in the document, of the nature and purpose of religious education in the Catholic school context] [30%- 750 words] PART 2: Contemporary Approach/es to RE – Content and Methodology [identification and discussion of approach/es in use] [40% – 1000 words] PART 3: The relationship of school, family and parish in Religious Education [the understanding of this relationship as evidence in the document] [30% – 750 words] NOTE: Submit a combined list of REFERENCES cited

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