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YEAR 1 – SCOPE AND SEQUENCE – YEARLY OVERVIEW RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Year Level Description Achievement Standard


In Year 1, students explore the Christian teaching that all people are created in God’s own image, with dignity and natural rights. They By the end of Year 1, students make connections to personal experience when explaining ways of living in accordance with God’s plan
learn about living in accordance with God’s plan for all creation: living safely and happily in community and in loving relationship with for creation: that people live safely and happily in community and in loving relationship with God, with a responsibility to respect the
God, with a responsibility to care for all creation and using God’s gift of freedom to make choices responsibly. They engage with a dignity and natural rights of all people, to care for all creation and to responsibly use God’s gift of the freedom to choose. They relate
variety of Old Testament texts to learn about God’s presence in the lives of individuals and communities and make connections to their stories from some Old Testament texts that describe God’s presence in the lives of individuals and communities. They identify words,
own experiences. They explore the words, actions and symbols used in the Sacraments of Baptism and Eucharist to communicate God’s actions and symbols used in the Sacraments of Baptism and Eucharist to communicate God’s presence and action.
presence and action. They learn about the different roles in the local parish community. Students learn about the nature of Jesus’ Students identify the nature of Jesus’ mission and ministry, as well as some similarities and differences between Gospel accounts of
mission and ministry. They explore aspects of Jewish daily life at the time of Jesus. They listen to, view and read accounts from different significant events, places and characters in the life of Jesus. They describe some aspects of Jewish daily life at the time of Jesus. They
Gospels of key events, places and characters in the life of Jesus and explore similarities and differences in these accounts. They explore recognise some ways in which believers past and present honour Mary, Mother of Jesus, including praying the Hail Mary. They
the many ways in which Mary, Mother of Jesus, is honoured by Christians past and present and develop their understanding of the Hail recognise the significance of prayer in Jesus’ life and in the life of believers and participate with respect in a variety of personal and
Mary, a Catholic prayer honouring Mary. Students understand that prayer was an important part of Jesus’ life and is important in the communal prayer experiences, including meditative prayer, Grace and the Hail Mary.
lives of believers. They continue to learn about ways in which believers pray, either alone or with others.
TERM/UNIT 1 TERM/UNIT 2 TERM/UNIT 3 TERM/UNIT 4

TOPIC/FOCUS/INQUIRY The Life and times of Jesus The importance of prayer and how we Ways of living in accordance with God’s presence and action in the lives of individuals and
honour Mary God’s plan for creation communities

KEY LEARNING INTENTIONS Students identify the nature of Jesus’ Students recognise some ways in which Students make connections to personal Students relate stories from some Old Testament texts
mission and ministry, as well as some believers past and present honour experience when explaining ways of that describe God’s presence in the lives of individuals and
(Achievement Standard) similarities and differences between Mary, Mother of Jesus, including living in accordance with God’s plan for communities. They identify words, actions and symbols
Gospel accounts of significant events, praying the Hail Mary. Students creation: that people live safely and used in the Sacraments of Baptism and Eucharist to
places and characters in the life of recognise some ways in which believers happily in community and in loving communicate God’s presence and action.
Jesus. They describe some aspects of past and present honour Mary, Mother relationship with God, with a
Jewish daily life at the time of Jesus. of Jesus, including praying the Hail responsibility to respect the dignity and
Mary. They recognise the significance of natural rights of all people, to care for
prayer in Jesus’ life and in the life of all creation and to responsibly use
believers and participate with respect in God’s gift of the freedom to choose.
a variety of personal and communal
prayer experiences, including
meditative prayer, Grace and the Hail
Mary.
CORE CONTENT  STNT3 – Identify similarities and  CLPS3 – Participate in a variety  STCW2 – God’s message from  CHPG2 – Different roles in the parish community.
differences between Gospel of personal and communal the Old Testament.  CHLS2 – Actions and symbols of the sacraments
(Content Descriptors) accounts of Jesus. prayer.  CLMF3 – Stewards of God’s (Baptism and Eucharist)
 BEWR2 – Aspects of Jewish  CLPS4 – Ways to honor Mary. creation.  STOT3 – God’s presence in the lives of the people
daily life.  CLPS5 – Meditative prayer.  BEHE1 – How people live in the Old Testament.
 BETR3 – Key people in Jesus’ happily and safely in the
life. community.

MANDATED SCRIPTURE Jesus calls Peter, Andrew, James and John Annunciations to Mary (Luke 1:26-28) Genesis 2: 4b -8, 15-23 The Last Supper (Mark 14:22 – 25)
(Matthew 4:18-22)
Mary Visit Elizabeth (Luke 1:39-42) Noah: a story of recreation The Baptism of Jesus (Mark 1: 9-11)
Calling the twelve (Mark 3:13-19) (Genesis 6:13-9 1)
Moses (Exodus 3:8-17)
Lost in the Temple (Luke 2:41-47)

Passover (Matthew 26:17-19)


YEAR 1 – SCOPE AND SEQUENCE – YEARLY OVERVIEW RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Supplementary Scripture ( Jesus ministers and heals Finding Jesus in the Temple (Luke 2:41-52) Praising creation (Isaiah 49:14-16; Psalm The Last Supper (Matthew 26:26-30 & Luke 22:14-20)
Matthew 4:23-25 139: 14-16)
Optional) Matthew 8:14-17 The baptism of Jesus (Matthew 3:13-17; Luke 3:21-22)
Matthew 9:2-8 Living in harmony
Matthew 14:13-21 Luke 6:31
Luke 5:17-26
Luke 4:38-41

EXPLICIT PRAYER Grace Grace Grace Grace


Meditative Prayer including closing eyes. Hail Mary Meditative Prayer including praying with beads and music.

RLOS  ICC – Covenant Unit  ICS – Prayer Unit  PWL – School Liturgy  EFG – Class Mass
 ICE – Covenant Unit  EFF – Prayer Experiences  PWR – Daily Prayer  EFW – Church Unit
 EFG – Holy Week/Covenant  PWP – Prayer Unit  SJR – School Rules/Covenant  PWL – Church Unit/Class Mass
 PWL – School Liturgy  PWL – School Liturgy  PWR – Daily Prayer
 PWR – Daily Prayer  PWR – Daily Prayer  SJA – Vinnie’s Appeal
 SJS – Covenant/Mission Day  SJA – Student Protection Week  SJR – School Rules/Covenant
 SJA – Mission Day  SJA – Vinnie’s Winter Appeal
 SJR – School Rules/Covenant  SJR – School Rules/Covenant

REFLECTIONS – EVALUATION - RECOMMENDATIONS for Adjustments


Next year, 2018, we would move Term 3 to term 1, Term 4 to term 3 and Term 1 to term 4.