Assessment of learning
Students sequence significant episodes of change and continuity in the Church from c.650 CE -c. 1750 CE
Students identify the influence of significant people, groups and ideas at that time from c.650 CE -c. 1750 CE and the response from the Church.
Students explain how believers past and present continue the mission of Jesus in the world in times of challenge and change
Students participate with respect in a variety of prayer experiences.
Students contribute their findings about a key figure or event to create an class interactive timeline (visual or digital) to represent their understanding of the time period using headings such as movers and shakers, great works, conflicts and disasters, and game changers.. Some web tools for creating timelines include Tiki-Toki, Timeglider and Dipity .
Students record information about their chosen reformer in a retrieval chart under headings such as: Biography, Works, Significance during lifetime, Significance for today, Significant quotes. they use the information to write a brief paragraph about the impact of the writer and its significance for today's Catholics.
Students examine and analyse the Rule of St Benedict in order to explain how St Benedict endeavoured to continue the mission of Jesus despite the corruption of his time. They write a paragraph to express their opinion about the necessity for the strictness of the Rule for the people of the time and for today.
Students construct together an experience of praying the Liturgy of the Hours. Instructions can be found here.