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YEAR 3 - SCOPE AND SEQUENCE – YEARLY OVERVIEW RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Year Level Description Achievement Standard


In Year 3, students develop their understanding of God’s relationship with people as individuals and as community, and By the end of Year 3, students select and use information, ideas and events in texts (including key stories
the presence and action of God in daily life experiences, as they engage with a variety of texts (including key stories from the Torah; images of God used by the human authors of Old Testament scriptures; and prayers
from the Torah, images of God used in Old Testament texts, and the wisdom of prayers attributed to the saints). They attributed to the Saints) to express their ideas about God’s relationship with people as individuals and
develop an appreciation of the order and harmony of creation. They learn about the cultural contexts in which the communities; God’s presence and action in daily life experiences; and the order and harmony in God’s
Gospels were written and the text types used in the New Testament to develop their understanding of the life and
creation. They locate information about the cultural contexts in which the Gospels were written and the text
teaching of Jesus and the Christian belief that Jesus is the Messiah.
Students develop an appreciation of the Scriptures as a basis for Christian moral living, including respect for basic types used by the human authors of New Testament texts. They use this information about the texts to
human rights and acknowledgement of responsibilities, in particular to the poor and disadvantaged. They develop an discuss ideas about the life and teaching of Jesus, including the Christian belief that Jesus is the Messiah.
appreciation of the collaboration of clergy, religious and laity as they learn about significant features of a parish and Students explain how the Scriptures provide a foundation for living a moral life, including respect for basic
diocese, past and present. They learn about the significance of the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, human rights and acknowledgement of responsibilities, in particular to the poor and disadvantaged. They
Eucharist) for the Church community. They investigate prayers of thanksgiving and prayers of praise, including psalms identify prayers of thanksgiving and prayers of praise, including psalms and doxologies, and demonstrate
and doxologies, to facilitate an appreciation of the significance of these forms of prayer for Christians. understanding of the significance of these forms of prayer for Christians. They explain ways in which the
Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist) welcome and strengthen members of the
Church community. They describe significant people, events and features of a parish and diocese, past and
present, including the collaboration of clergy, religious and laity. They participate respectfully in a variety of
prayer experiences, including meditative prayer, prayers of thanksgiving and prayers of praise.

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Who do you say Jesus is? How is the Church a Community? Where do people see God in their Why choose to live a moral life?
TOPIC/FOCUS/INQUIRY
What is a community? What do different lives?
communities have in common? How do
communities celebrate events?
A knowledge of the cultural contexts of the A knowledge of the cultural contexts of the The Jewish people have a special relationship A knowledge of the cultural contexts of
CORE CONTENT
Gospels assists the reader to better understand Gospels assists the reader to better understand with God. This relationship is revealed through the Gospels assists the reader to better
the life and teaching of Jesus. the life and teaching of Jesus the stories, people and events recorded in the understand the life and teaching of
Torah, or written law. Jesus.
Christians believe that Jesus is the Messiah and Through the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, STNT 7
this is revealed through his presence and in his Confirmation and Eucharist), people become The Scriptures provide a foundation for moral
words, deeds and encounters with others members of the Body of Christ, the Church living, specifically the Decalogue, Beatitudes The Scriptures provide a foundation for
community, and receive strength for the and the fruits of the Spirit. The Decalogue (Ten moral living, specifically
journey of life. Baptism is the first of the Commandments) is a guide for making moral the Decalogue, Beatitudes and the
fruits of the Spirit. The Decalogue (Ten
The New Testament is a collection of text types Sacraments of Initiation. In the Sacrament of decisions and needs to be applied to daily life.
Commandments) is a guide for making
(e.g. Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, letters, Confirmation, words, actions and symbols are
moral decisions. Jesus’ teaching in
other apostolic writings) which differ, used to communicate God’s presence and Jesus’ teaching in the Beatitudes provides a
the Beatitudes provides a basis for
depending on the intention and context of the action. basis for Christian morality. It does not abolish Christian morality. It does not abolish
human author. The intention of the human the Decalogue but fulfils it, making clearer the Decalogue but fulfils it, making
author is important in determining the nature Each parish is an important part of a diocese. what is required of one who loves God clearer what is required of one who
of the truth revealed in the text (e.g. historical An understanding of the history of a parish (Matthew 5:17-20). The fruits of the Spirit loves God. The fruits of the Spirit
truth, factual truth, religious truth assists in exploring the history of the diocese to enable Christians to live a moral life. enable Christians to live a moral
which it belongs. Part of this history is the story life. CLMF 6
In the Christian tradition, essential forms of of the collaboration of the clergy, religious and
prayer, including prayers of thanksgiving and laity so that people can hear the Gospel and Jesus’ great commandment requires
prayers of praise, nurture the spiritual life of know Jesus. Christians to respect basic human
believers. rights and acknowledge responsibilities.
For Christians, a primary role of prayer is praise Eucharist completes Christian initiation and Concern for the poor and
and thanksgiving to a God who knows and provides nourishment for the spiritual life of disadvantaged is a key message
cares for each person individually. There are believers. in Scripture (including Luke 4:16-21)
and church teaching. CLMJ 14
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many examples of prayers of praise and
thanksgiving in the Christian tradition, such Jesus’ great commandment requires Christians Meditative prayer uses silence and
as: psalms of praise and thanksgiving; words of to respect basic human rights and acknowledge stillness to assist believers to listen and
praise and thanksgiving from Paul’s letters; and responsibilities. Concern for the poor and talk to God. There is a range of
doxologies, including Glory to the Father [Glory disadvantaged is a key message in Scripture practices (including guided meditation
Be]. (including Luke 4:16-21) and church teaching. and mindful listening) that help
believers prepare the body and the
A diocese is a particular community of parishes mind for meditative prayer and engage
usually within a defined geographical boundary in the ‘work of meditation’. CLPS 9
under the leadership of the bishop.

In the Christian tradition, essential forms of


prayer, including prayers of thanksgiving and
prayers of praise, nurture the spiritual life of
believers.

For Christians, a primary role of prayer is praise


and thanksgiving to a God who knows and
cares for each person individually. There are
many examples of prayers of praise and
thanksgiving in the Christian tradition, such as:
psalms of praise and thanksgiving; words of
praise and thanksgiving from Paul’s letters; and
doxologies, including Glory to the Father [Glory
Be

Each parish is an important part of a diocese.


An understanding of the history of a parish
assists in exploring the history of the diocese to
which it belongs. Part of this history is the story
of the collaboration of the clergy, religious and
laity so that people can hear the Gospel and
know Jesus.
MANDATED SCRIPTURE The birth of Jesus the Messiah  Psalm 23 The Lord is my Shepherd Jesus' Mission The Beatitudes
Matthew 1:18-2:12  Jesus' Mission Luke 4:16-21 Matthew 5:3-11
Luke 4:16-21 Luke 6:20-26
"I will never forget you"
Isaiah 49:15-16
Psalm 28;1, 6-9
God's Promise to Jacob
Genesis 28:10-22
Prayers of Forgiveness and Acts of Contrition Hail Mary Our Father Glory Be
EXPLICIT PRAYER
Grace. Meditative prayer practices such as guided
meditation and listening.
Prayers of Thanksgiving

Jesus' Mission Jesus' Great Commandment God as potter


(Optional) Supplementary Scripture
Luke 7:18-23 John 15:12-13; Isaiah 64:8
Luke 18:18-23 The Ten Commandments
Luke 19: 1-10 Jesus cared for those who were Exodus 20:1-17 Psalms of Praise
different. God's agreement with Moses and the Psalms 19, 65, 67, 100, 135, 145, 146, 147, 148,
people/Ten commandments 150
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Exodus 1:3-8 Psalms of Thanksgiving
Exodus 20:1-17 Psalms 9:1-4, 138
The fruits of the Spirit
Galatians 5:14, 22-23
Religious Identity and Culture Religious Identity and Culture Religious Identity and Culture Religious Identity and Culture
RLOS
 Sense of the Sacred (ICS)  Ethos and charism (ICE)  Authentic Christian community  Sense of the Sacred (ICS)
Social Action and Justice  Authentic Christian community (ICC) Social Action and Justice
 Action for justice (SJA) (ICC)  Witness to the wider community  Justice in the school
Evangelisation and Faith Formation  Sense of the Sacred (ICS) (EFW) community (SJS)
 Living the Gospel (EFG) Evangelisation and Faith Formation  Action for justice (SJA)
 Spiritual Formation (EFF)  Living the Gospel (EFG)  Reflection on action for
 Prayer and Worship  Spiritual Formation (EFF) Justice (SJR)
 Christian prayer (PWP)  Witness to the wider community Evangelisation and Faith Formation
(EFW)  Spiritual Formation (EFF)
Prayer and Worship Prayer and Worship
 Christian prayer (PWP)  Christian prayer (PWP)
 Celebration of liturgy and
sacraments (PWL)
 Ritualising everyday life (PWR)

REFLECTIONS – EVALUATION - RECOMMENDATIONS for Adjustments