Students express their own ideas about the experience of sin and human weakness in the world using evidence from a variety of sources
Students explain how different understandings of God in the monotheistic religions impact on believers' core beliefs about good and evil and their practices
Students make judgments about behaviour towards one self and others in light of their knowledge about sin, suffering, forgiveness and healing.
Students participate respectfully in prayer
Students create a multimedia presentation that demonstrates their answer to the fertile question: To err is human to forgive divine? They use a variety of media- film clips, music, images, drama, storytelling, scripture, Catholic social teaching, citations from world religions to illustrate and support their response. Students explain the choices of media made.
Choose one good resource for each religious tradition and use it to illustrate with an explanation of how different understandings of God in the monotheistic religions impacts on core beliefs and practices of believers.
Students recall times when saying sorry and forgiving others affected the way they felt. Students construct sorry prayers or statements of their own which could be read in silence or added to a prayer space as part of a class reconciliation ritual.