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WEEK 8:
Theme: Called by Name
Reflection: Here I am Lord
Reflection: Creation Calls
Finish Essay
Prepare for Easter
WEEK 9:
Theme: The Forgiveness of Sins
Reflection: Signs of Forgiveness
Reflection: I have no words left
Finish Essay

WORK AFTER ESSAY - use Caritas videos for this
Half of humanity – 3.5 billion people – live in cities today. By 2030, almost 60 per cent of the world’s population will live in urban areas.
95 per cent of urban expansion in the next decades will take place in developing nations.
  1. Why do you think people move to towns and cities?
  2. What questions do you have about these statistics? Do any of them surprise you? Why/Why not?
  3. What might be some of the challenges or negative impacts of increased urbanisation?
  4. What is the impact on human wellbeing?
Human Wellbeing - Use these six stories and countries as the stimulus to investigate global, national and local differences in human wellbeing between places.
  • Examine the different concepts and measures of human wellbeing, and the causes of global differences in these measures between the six countries.
  • Explore spatial differences in wellbeing within and between countries, and evaluate the differences from a variety of perspectives.
  • Explore how Caritas Australia supported programs are designed to reduce the gap between differences in wellbeing.
Suggested websites:
https://data.worldbank.org/ http://hdr.undp.org/en/data www.caritas.org.au/projectcompassion
Life expectancy
  1. Predict: After watching the films predict what the life expectancy for each country.
  2. Research: Find out what the life expectancy is for each country. Compare this to your own predictions. Is this what you expected? Why or why not?
  3. Identify factors that would impact on wellbeing and explain how. (E.g. child marriage, education, disability, health)
The role of non-government organisations’ initiatives in improving human wellbeing.
  1. What is Caritas Australia’s development approach?
The principles of Catholic Social Teaching guide the work of Caritas Australia.
Name the different principles of CST and identify where you see these in each story
WEEK 10:
Theme: Christ is risen
Reflection: This is the Day
Reflection: Hallelujah
Finish Essay
Challenge:

What is a refugee? Definition in your own words.
Types of refugees; timeline of refugees – how far back can you go?
Are ancient refugees the same as todays? Why? How? What can we do?


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PREVIOUS WORK - Term 1

WEEK 7:
Theme: The Hour has come
Reflection: The Value of Time (Tuesday)
Reflection: Create in me a Clean Heart (Friday)/I Will never forget you
Caritas: Psyche Mae's Story

Finish Blood Diamond - time on essay writing
Planning for Stations of the Cross - next week
WEEK 5:

Theme: I am the Lord Your God

Reflection:My Wish for You (Tuesday)

Reflection: Jesus bring me safely home (Friday)

Caritas Video: Evangeline's Story (Northern Territory - )

Australian Story: The Man in Bed 10 (Friday)

Essay - Options, Suggestions, Planning and rubric

SOCIAL JUSTICE ASSESSMENT


  • Time line
  • Requirements
  • Essay Writing

EXTENSIONS: (Thursday & Friday, numbers dependent)

Population & Poverty - powerpoint

Compass Videos: Helping Hands (refugees); Sanctuary (refugees); A roof over their heads (Youth and mental illness)
WEEK 4: Opening Mass; Week 2 Caritas
Theme: Listen to Him (Tuesday)
Articles from this month's Australian Catholic - Youth Day etc
Reflection: You Raise Me Up (Friday)
Caritas Video: Bayan’s Story (Syria)
DOCUMENTS TO FINISH
Social Teaching in Church Community
Millenium Development Goals
WEEK 3:
Caritas Story - and follow up work A day in the life of Janak

WEEK 2: Ash Wednesday; Investigation of Catholic Documents;
Laudato Si’
Populorum Progressio
HUMANAE VITAE
Caritas in Veritate
Social Teaching in Church Community
Millenium Development Goals
For each of the above:
  • Read
  • Highlight important points
  • Create a table for the six documents
  • List author, date & title of each document at the topic of the relevant column
  • List all points covered by the document – 1 per row
WEEK 1: Work Requirements (ongoing)
RE folder shared in your Drive - all work stored in this place
Folder: Portfolio - including a document maintaining a record of assessments
Documents: Reflection, Caritas, Church Documents, Social Justice
REFLECTIONS:
THE MORALITY OF NATIONS SYMBOLS - RJ LEONARD SJ

TERM 1 WORK