Religions Around the World; an Interactive Lesson With Coordinating Crafts
In this 5 week course, students will learn about some of the major religions around the world and create a craft based on those religions.
Kirstin Hallden Teacher & TESOL Certified
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Once per week
over 5 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Students will meet live with other students and the teacher. The teacher will share an interactive slideshow lesson with virtual fieldtrips, short videos, and fun interactive games and quizzes as we discuss a different religion each week. Students will learn whether a religion is monotheistic or polytheistic. They will have an introduction to 5 major world religions in an easy to understand language. Students will understand the connections that link Judaism, Christianity and Islam together....
Students will improve their understanding of 5 different religions from around the world. Students will engage their creativity while making a craft pertaining to the weekly lesson.
I have been teaching children for 8 years. I have a great interest in the religious cultures of our world. I also love being creative with art and ideas. It gives me joy to share my passions with children.
Students are encouraged to investigate and learn more about each religion on their own to expand their knowledge. There will be weekly reflection posted in the classroom for students to contemplate and share their own thoughts if they would like to.
There will be weekly PDF printables in the classroom for the students as extra activities that can be completed after class. Students will need the following supplies for the weekly craft/activities. Week One: 1. One Large sheet of paper or poster board, any color. Thick paper is best but any that you have will do 2. Several different colors of tissue paper students' choice (at least 3 colors) 3. Glue 4. Pencil Week Two: 1. Craft Printable from classroom 2. Black construction paper 3. White colored pencil 4. White beads or white dried beans 5. Glue Week Three: 1. One Large paper bag 2. Hole punch 3. Yarn any color (we will need a few feet of yarn, we will cut to size in class) 4. Markers or crayons red, orange, yellow, green, light blue, purple 5. Glue 6. Scissors Week Four: 1. Rectangular sponge standard size 2. Large piece of thick white paper or white cardboard 3. Red paint 4. Orange paint 5. Yellow paint 6. Green paint 7. Blue paint 8. Purple paint 9. Paintbrush 10. cotton balls (12) 11. Glue 12. Ribbon or yarn (24 inch pieces) 2 of each of these colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple (so you will have 2-24 inch pieces of red, 2-24 inch pieces of orange, 2-24 inch pieces of yellow, etc.) Week Five: 1. Craft Printable in classroom 2. Paper 8.5 x 11 or 9 x 12...thicker painting paper is best but printer paper will work too 3. Yellow paint 4. Orange paint 5. Red paint 6. Black marker or crayon 7. Paint brush 8. Glue 9. Scissors
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be discussing different religions and different points of view in a general unbiased way, as observers and learners.
Kirstin Hallden Teacher & TESOL Certified
Certified Teacher and Instructional Assistant Certified ESL teacher/tutor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
150 total reviews
244 completed classes
Hello, thank you for visiting my profile! I enjoyed teaching in public schools for eight years. I have worked with a wide variety of students with a wide variety of needs; assisting them to meet and exceed their learning goals in core subjects...