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2013 - RELIGION AND SOCIETY UNIT 1 - COURSE TIMELINE

* The timeline indicated the sequence and placement of Units of work. The timeline should not include detail about the nature of the course. Detail about each Unit of work, including concepts and relevant content, skills to be demonstrated by the students aligned with expected standards, suggested activities etc is to be included in the ‘Course of study’ section

Term | Week | Unit of work | 1 | 131/1 | AREA OF STUDY 1 - THE Religious world * Introduction - recap of information discussed in transition period | | 24/2 – 8/2 | * Eight Aspects of Religion | | 318/2 – 22/2 | * Ancient Egyptian Religion | | 425/2 – 1/3 | * Ancient Egyptian Religion | | 54/3 - 8/3 | SAC 1 – Knowledge Based Test (10%) * Christianity | | 611/3 – 15/3 | * Christianity | | 718/3 – 22/3 | * Christianity SAC 2 – Short Report (10%)AREA OF STUDY 2 Religious Traditions in Australia * Distribution of world religions globally/within Australia | | 825/3 – 28/3 | * Distribution of world religions globally/within Australia/sectarianism * Changes in Australian Religious landscape/Pluralist society – Interfaith dialogue/ecumenism | Term 1 break from 29/3 (Good Friday) until 14/4 | Term | Week | Unit of work | 2 | 115/4 – 19/4 | * Changes in Australian Religious landscape/Pluralist society – Interfaith dialogue/ecumenism continued. * Research: Religious traditions and their identity in Australia | | 222/4 – 26/4 | * Research: Religious traditions and their identity in Australia | | 329/4 - 3/5 | SAC 3 – Research Task (30%) * Research: Religious traditions and their identity in Australia | | 46/5 – 10/5 | AREA OF STUDY 3: Religious identity and life experience * Rites of Passage – characteristics and examples | | 513/5 – 17/5 | * Complete examples of rites of passage * Individual examples: the influence of religion on life choices and actions * Case study: Bono information | | 620/5 – 24/5 | * Case study: Bono information | | 727/5 – 31/5 | SAC 4 – Case Study (25%)Revision for exams | | 83/6 – 7/6 | (SAC Free week) - Revision for examsEXAMS - Comprised of the above four SACs and course book material & class notes. (25%) | | 910/6 – 14/6 | EXAM (25%) | | 1017/6 – 21/6 | Begin Unit 2 | | 1124/6 – 28/6 | Begin Unit 2 | Term 2 break from 29 June – 14 July | 2013 - RELIGION AND SOCIETY UNIT 2 - COURSE TIMELINE

* The timeline indicated the sequence and placement of Units of work. The timeline should not include detail about the nature of the course. Detail about each Unit of work, including concepts and relevant content, skills to be demonstrated by the students aligned with expected standards, suggested activities etc is to be included in the ‘Course of study’ section

Term | Week | Unit of work | 2 | (1)1017/6 – 21/6 | Area of Study 1 - Ethical method in pluralist societyBegin Unit 2Review exams and semester 1 effortsPreparatory “What would you do” style scenariosWhat are ethics? What are values? What are morals?What are important values in Australia/for Australian society | | (2)1124/6 – 28/6 | Begin Unit 2What factors make something an ethical issue?Framework for thinking ethicallyIdentifying the ethical issue in a variety of media articlesDifferent types of ethical thinking | Term 2 break from 29 June – 14 July | Term | Week | Unit of work | 33 | (3)115/7 – 19/7 | Revision of types of ethical thinkingKohlberg’s stages of moral development (moral thinking and actions develop over time)‘Learning Check: Approaches to Ethical Thinking – worksheet as class test (50 min). Then peer marking and evaluation. | | (4)222/7 – 26/7 | Star Trek Voyager DVD (Nothing Human – Season 5 episode 8). Identification of ethical issues, ethical approaches and personal position.Identifying ethical issues: * Possible task: Bill Henson documentary – is this an…