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The Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief has developed these tools that promote reflection around attitudes and tolerance. The tools are created with the purpose to prepare students to have an open mind in the dialogs that they … Continue reading →

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This website provides ten expert-developed, media-rich lesson plans for teaching students in grades 4-8 about Islamic holidays, traditions and cultures. The multimedia is taken from the award-winning PBS series ‘Religions and Ethics Newsweekly’ and provides an effective and thorough introduction … Continue reading →

Diversity—An Educational Advantage Online Teacher Support Material

Diversity—An Educational Advantage Online Teacher Support Material (TSM) has been developed for use by teachers. A 2009 publication by Fethi Mansouri, Louise Jenkins, Michael Leach and Lucas Walsh, entitled Building Bridges: Creating a Culture of Diversity was distributed to all … Continue reading →

Three Faiths: Judaism, Christianity, Islam

This website gives an overview of the many activities by the New York Public Library that provide artistic, religious, educational and other aspects of the three Abrahamic faiths: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

Agreed Syllabi for Religious Education

This publication of the Brent Council offers guidance on education about religions/religious education at the Foundation stage (ages 3-5), as well as programmes of study for Key Stages 1-4 (ages 5-16). Following National curriculum standards, they clarify the types of … Continue reading →

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By teaching world religion in conjunction with history and social studies, students are able to gain a better understanding of the history and region they are studying. It also allows them to become greater and more compassionate world citizens and engage with a diverse array of cultures and people. For focused lesson plans, check out the following resources!

Buddha sits beneath a tree, meditating. A dove holding an olive branch flies toward him.

Teaching about various world religions is a vital component to the study of world history, geography, and culture. Many educators avoid teaching religions for fear of inadvertently offending someone, misrepresenting a religion, or to avoid the appearance of promoting one set of religious beliefs over another, which would be inappropriate in a secular education. However, when taught in a respectful, unbiased, and academic manner, the study of religion is a powerful way for students to learn more about world history and the belief systems that have influenced human culture for millennia.

It is estimated that 85% of the world's population practice some form of religious tradition . Students should learn why people around the globe practice various religions, why it matters to them, and what celebrations, festivals, and types of worship are embedded in their culture. Religions have impacted every aspect of human history from philosophical ideas, art, music, architecture, societal and family traditions, to politics and law. Therefore, studying different types of religions can help students understand the beliefs and motivations of people around the globe, breaking down stereotypes and leading to increased cultural awareness.

One important reason to dismantle religious-based stereotypes through education is to combat bigotry and hate directed at people of different religious beliefs. In 2020, the United States saw its highest level of hate crimes in more than a decade, most of which were motivated by race or religion. There have been an increase in hate crimes targeting our Jewish, Muslim, and Sikh neighbors. Sadly, many of these incidents are found in schools. Another important reason to include the study of different religions is to ensure that all of our students of various cultures and religious backgrounds feel safe, seen, respected, and included. Learning about different religions is helpful for students to understand the beautiful diversity as well as the many commonalities that exist. We have a duty to educate our students to encourage understanding, respect, and tolerance to create a more peaceful world for all.

The symbols of the 6 major religions sit against a yellow background. They are Sikhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity.

We have six lesson plans that focus on the six largest world religions: Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Judaism. These lesson plans include activities on the main facts about each religion, vocabulary, popular holidays as well as a literature connection and biography research project to help students further connect with history and their education. They can also serve as inspiration to teach about other religions if there is room in the curriculum.

Basic Information

The lesson on the main facts about each religion include its place and date of origins, founders, holy book, items or sacred objects, main beliefs or tenets, houses of worship, religious leaders, and population . This is an effective way for students to record the main ideas about each religion using imagery and descriptions. It is especially helpful for students to reference later, when they are analyzing the similarities and differences between each religion.

Buddhism Facts

Holidays and Festivals

Holidays and festivals play an important role in religious traditions. They often are based on seasons, historical events, myths, and important people within the belief system, and they can impact the cultures in which a religion is practiced, especially if it is the main religion in a region. After researching the main holidays celebrated within a particular religion, students can record their findings in a spider map.

Sikhism Holidays

Religious Vocabulary

When delving into history, new places, and cultures, previewing vocabulary is a helpful way to increase student understanding. Some terms may be similar across regions and religions, while others are specific to each practice. As students become familiar with the vocabulary related to the religion they are studying, they can record important terms in a spider map, which allows them to also visualize the word for better retention. These can also be printed out as flashcards or hung on the wall as part of a word wall.

Hinduism Vocabulary and Definitions

Making Literature Connections

Using read alouds and literature is a powerful way for students to become familiar with the central stories of a particular faith and to gain a deeper understanding of its founders and followers. Additionally, exposing students to literature about people who are different from them can also foster empathy and understanding. Students are better able to connect to a diverse group of people. Using a narrative storyboard, students can create a graphic novel that illustrates and describes the major events of the story in sequential order. It allows them to make connections between subjects as well, combining literature with history. Stories can be pulled from religious texts, biographies, picture books, and folktales from the region the religion is from.

Islam Literature Connection

Creating Biographies

Biographies are an essential part of any history or social studies unit. Researching real people from a religious tradition helps students gain greater insight that goes beyond simply memorizing dates and names and allows them to acquire a more substantial view of a particular religion and its followers. Students can research and create a biography poster that can be presented to the class. A biography can also cover a wide range of figures. Students can choose or be assigned to research people from a religious text, historical figures, and even modern day practitioners who have influenced the faith.

Important Figures Biography in Judaism

Comparing and Contrasting

After students have studied about the various major world religions such as Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and Sikhism, they can create a compare and contrast chart that highlights their diversity and commonalities . This can be an effective way for students to track what they learn throughout a unit, or, it could be used as a final assessment. This following example uses text and illustrations to highlight when each religion originated, where their followers are located around the world, how many followers each religion has today and what some important imagery and beliefs are related to each. Students can even get more granular, and compare and contrast only two or three religions using a poster. This type of assignment may require more research, and can be a helpful base for a larger report.

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Establish a safe and respectful learning environment.

Create an inclusive and respectful classroom environment where students feel comfortable sharing their thoughts and opinions about world religions. Encourage open-mindedness, active listening, and mutual respect among students.

Introduce Different Religious Perspectives

Provide an overview of various world religions, highlighting their beliefs, practices, and historical contexts. Present a balanced representation of different religious perspectives, allowing students to explore the diversity within and across religious traditions.

Encourage Questioning and Inquiry

Promote critical thinking by encouraging students to ask thoughtful questions about religious beliefs, practices, and their implications. Foster an environment where students feel empowered to seek answers, challenge assumptions, and engage in evidence-based discussions.

Analyze Religious Texts and Artifacts

Engage students in analyzing religious texts, artifacts, and other primary sources to develop a deeper understanding of religious practices and beliefs. Encourage them to examine the historical, cultural, and social contexts that shape religious texts and how they are interpreted.

Compare and Contrast

Encourage students to compare and contrast different religious traditions, examining similarities, differences, and common themes. Guide them in identifying shared values, ethical principles, and philosophical perspectives across different religions.

Promote Empathy and Perspective-Taking

Foster empathy and perspective-taking by encouraging students to put themselves in the shoes of individuals from different religious backgrounds. Help them explore the impact of religious beliefs and practices on individuals and societies, promoting understanding and appreciation for religious diversity.

Frequently Asked Questions about Teaching World Religion

What is the most effective approach to teaching world religions in a classroom setting.

The most effective approach to teaching world religions in a classroom setting depends on various factors such as the age and background of the students, the objectives of the course, and the resources available to the teacher. However, some common strategies include emphasizing empathy and respect for different beliefs, providing accurate and balanced information about various religions, promoting critical thinking and analysis, and engaging students in experiential learning activities such as visiting religious sites or interacting with members of different religious communities. It is also important for teachers to create a safe and inclusive classroom environment where students feel comfortable asking questions and sharing their own perspectives.

How can teachers ensure that they are being sensitive and respectful to all religious beliefs and practices represented in their classroom?

Teachers can ensure that they are being sensitive and respectful to all religious beliefs and practices represented in their classroom by following a set of strategies. First and foremost, they should educate themselves about the different religions represented in their classroom to understand their students' perspectives and avoid making assumptions or stereotypes. Teachers should avoid expressing their personal beliefs or opinions about religion and should use inclusive language that is respectful of all religious beliefs. They should create a safe and respectful classroom environment that encourages open dialogue and discussion about different religious beliefs and practices. Teachers should also be aware of and accommodate religious practices such as dietary restrictions, prayer, and holidays. They can even invite guest speakers from different religious communities to share their perspectives and experiences. The most important thing is that they recognize and appreciate the cultural differences and diversity within and across different religious communities. By following these strategies, teachers can create a more inclusive and respectful learning environment for all students, regardless of their religious beliefs.

How can teachers address controversial topics or sensitive issues related to world religions in a way that is objective and inclusive?

To ensure that their approach is objective and inclusive when addressing controversial topics or sensitive issues related to world religions, teachers can use a set of strategies. They can strive to create a safe and respectful classroom environment where students feel comfortable sharing their perspectives and asking questions. Teachers should also present factual and objective information about controversial topics and avoid expressing their personal opinions or beliefs. They should also use inclusive language that is respectful of all religious beliefs and avoid derogatory or dismissive language. It is also important to encourage students to critically analyze and evaluate different perspectives and consider the historical, social, and cultural contexts in which they developed. Additionally, they should consider diverse perspectives and experiences and avoid presenting a single narrative or point of view. Another approach is to use different resources to provide a balanced and comprehensive perspective on controversial topics. Teachers can also invite guest speakers from different religious communities or academic experts to provide additional perspectives and insights.

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Religions of the World

This lesson plan will help students understand what religion is and identify various religions of the world. Students will also learn several characteristics of each religion. By the end of this lesson, students will have a better understanding of religion and the world around them.

Included with this lesson are some adjustments or additions that you can make if you’d like, found in the “Options for Lesson” section of the Classroom Procedure page. One of the optional additions to this lesson is to invite religious leaders from local houses of worship to speak to your class.

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Additional information, what our religions of the world lesson plan includes.

Lesson Objectives and Overview: Religions of the World teaches students all about the major religions, their origins, and how they’ve spread around the world. This lesson is perfect for complementing your existing world history curriculum. This lesson is for students in 5th grade and 6th grade.

Classroom Procedure

Every lesson plan provides you with a classroom procedure page that outlines a step-by-step guide to follow. You do not have to follow the guide exactly. The guide helps you organize the lesson and details when to hand out worksheets. It also lists information in the orange box that you might find useful. You will find the lesson objectives, state standards, and number of class sessions the lesson should take to complete in this area. In addition, it describes the supplies you will need as well as what and how you need to prepare beforehand. The only supplies you need for this lesson are the handouts.

Options for Lesson

Included with this lesson is an “Options for Lesson” section that lists a number of suggestions for activities to add to the lesson or substitutions for the ones already in the lesson. One optional addition to the lesson is to assign pairs of students a religion to research and create a poster about. You can ask your students to identify and research other, smaller religious denominations as well. For an additional activity, you could have students research and present some of the customs or rituals from one of the religions from the lesson.

Another idea is to invite religious leaders from local houses of worship to speak to your class. To add to the lesson, you could host a “Religions of the World Day” where you celebrate special holy days, rituals, customs, and more throughout the day. Finally, you can assign each student a religion to research and then create a matching poster with information, images, and more.

Teacher Notes

The teacher notes page includes a paragraph with additional guidelines and things to think about as you begin to plan your lesson. This page also includes lines that you can use to add your own notes as you’re preparing for this lesson.

RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD LESSON PLAN CONTENT PAGES

The Religions of the World lesson plan includes four content pages. Religion is one topic that can sometimes lead to an argument, like politics. Adults can have very different religious and political beliefs from each other, and this can lead to controversy. In politics, we have elections, political parties, voting, and more. You can have many different political views.

This is the same with religion. We have many different beliefs related to religion. We define religion as a set of beliefs related to the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, including how the universe began. The practice of religion often includes rituals, ceremonies, special observances, and a moral code for human behavior.

There are many different religions all over the world, and most of them worship some kind of higher being. Some include prophets, or people who proclaim the will of the higher spiritual being. Some religions have prophets who lived long ago, while others have prophets alive today who lead specific religions.

More About Religion

Most religions also have leaders, like priests, rabbis, pastors, reverends, ministers, clerics, clergy, presbyters, brothers, imams, and more. We call people who belong to a religion but aren’t part of leadership the laity. They play an important role in religion. We also call them lay people.

People who belong to a religion often come together to worship in a physical space with other believers. We call them the congregation. They meet to worship a higher being, pray, or otherwise practice their religion. We call these places of worship many different things, including temples, synagogues, mosques, shrines, monasteries, chapels, meeting houses, halls, and more.

No matter where the congregation gathers, the people who gather there often have the same beliefs. They try to follow these beliefs at home, at work, with friends and family, and in their community. Their beliefs can include special rules, sometimes called commandments, precepts, orders, or something else. Not following these rules can mean you’re going against their religious beliefs.

Some people do not follow any religion at all. We call them atheists. Atheism is the lack of belief in God or other spiritual beings. Atheists do not explain the universe with God or another higher being. Instead, many of them believe that people can develop their own moral code without the help of religion or the scriptures (the sacred writings of a religion).

The lesson lists several major religions, along with a brief summary of each. As students engage with this lesson, it’s important to understand that following or not following a religion does not make a person good or bad. You should always respects other people’s religious beliefs.

World Religions: Buddhism, Christianity, and Hinduism

People practice many different religions all over the world. Some of them have similar beliefs, while others are quite different. Within each religion, we sometimes find sub-groups. Christianity, for example, includes several distinct groups, like Catholics, Baptists, Episcopalians, and more. They have the same main beliefs, but each group has different rituals, observances, and views.

Buddhism focuses on personal spiritual development. It has 376 million followers and followers can worship at home or at a temple. It’s 2,500 years old. This religion does not include a personal belief in a god. Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha, was its first leader. In Buddhism, you can find a path to enlightenment through the practice and development of morality, meditation, and wisdom. They believe that, after death, individuals will be reincarnated.

Christianity is the most popular religion in the world with 2 billion followers. Christians believer that Jesus Christ is the son of God, that there’s only one God, and that God has three elements, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. They believe that Jesus died on the cross and rose from the dead to save humanity. It’s based on a 2,000 year old belief in Jesus and his teachings.

Over 900 million people practice Hinduism, mostly in India and Nepal. It’s the oldest living religion in the world (thousands of years old) and has no single founder. People sometimes call it a “way of life” and as part of a “family of religions” that includes Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism. There’s a wide variety of ways to practice and beliefs within the religion.

Islam, Jehova’s Witnesses, and Judaism

We call Islam’s followers Muslims. They follow one God who they call Allah. Their original leader was the Prophet Muhammad. Islam began over 1,400 years ago in Arabia. Today, it’s the second largest religion in the world with over a billion followers. They believe that God sent prophets to teach mankind. Some of the pillars of Islam include a declaration of faith, praying five times a day, charity, fasting, and more.

Jehova’s Witnesses are part of a Christian-based religious movement which began at the end of the 19th century. Today, they have 6.9 million followers. They do not celebrate Christmas or Easter, and their beliefs are based solely in the Bible. Most people know of them because of their door-to-door evangelizing where they attempt to convert people. A man named Charles Taze Russell founded the group in the United States.

Judaism is 3,500 years old, and a man named Moses founded it in the Middle East. They believe in one God, and think that God appointed Jews as the chosen people. They have 13.1 million followers and are part of the three Abrahamic faiths along with Christianity and Islam.

Mormonism, Sikhism, and Taoism

Joseph Smith founded Mormonism, also know as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in 1805 in the United States. They have 12 million members. Their beliefs are centered on Christ but have significant differences from other Christian Churches. They believe that God has a physical body, is married, and can have children. They also believe that humans can become gods in the afterlife. Mormons generally focus on traditional family life and values.

Sikhism has 20 million followers, most of whom live in Punjab, India. Guru Nanak founded it in the 16th century. They place importance on the internal religious state of individuals and believe in doing good actions instead of completing rituals. They believe there’s only one God and think that you need to keep God in your heart and mind to have a good life. You should live honestly, work hard, treat everyone equally, serve others, and be generous.

Taoism, which originated in China 2,000 years ago, is an ancient tradition of philosophy and religious beliefs rooted in Chinese customs and worldviews. They focus on the Tao, or the Way. It’s a religion of unity and opposites, like Yin and Yang. The Tao isn’t God and they don’t worship it; instead, it includes many different deities in Taoist temples. It has 12 million followers worldwide.

World religions are diverse, like the people who follow them. Someone’s religion is usually their personal choice. Many people practice the same religion as their parents.

RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD LESSON PLAN WORKSHEETS

The Religions of the World lesson plan includes three worksheets: an activity worksheet, a practice worksheet, and a homework assignment. You can refer to the guide on the classroom procedure page to determine when to hand out each worksheet.

COMPARISON ACTIVITY WORKSHEET

The activity worksheet asks pairs of students to compare each pair of world religions. They will list some things about each that are the same and some things that are different.

Students may also work either alone or in groups to complete the activity.

MATCHING PRACTICE WORKSHEET

For the practice worksheet, students will match the statements or facts to the correct world religion.

RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT

The homework assignment asks students to first list nine world religions from most to least number of followers. They will then answer ten questions about world religions. Finally, they will imagine that they’re starting their own religion and will describe it, including the beliefs, customs, rituals, and more.

Worksheet Answer Keys

This lesson plan includes answer keys for the practice worksheet and the homework assignment. If you choose to administer the lesson pages to your students via PDF, you will need to save a new file that omits these pages. Otherwise, you can simply print out the applicable pages and keep these as reference for yourself when grading assignments.

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