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Year 3 Explored a Variety of Religions

In Year 3’s Who We Are unit of inquiry, students In Year 3’s Who We Are unit of inquiry, students explored a variety of religions by visiting a mosque and cathedral, listening to and observing visitors and each other, and researching in books, and iPads.In Year 3’s Who We Are unit of inquiry, students explored a variety of religions by visiting a mosque and cathedral, listening to and observing visitors and each other, and researching in books, and iPads. by visiting a mosque and cathedral, listening to and observing visitors and each other, and researching in books, and iPads. Having posed many questions and found out a great deal of information, the students drew conclusions about the similarities and differences about religions. Yusuf commented, ‘All of the religions have similar aspects and different beliefs and celebrations.’ Throughout the unit the students experienced circle time discussions, yoga and meditation, and they journaled their feelings and thoughts. Using their data handling skills, the students found out how many students belonged to each religion in ACG School Jakarta. As well as reading religious stories such as Rama and Sita, the students shared fables. They identified the features of fables and wrote their own to teach our learner profiles and attitudes.

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