How To End Your Religious Education Lessons

Ending LessonsWhat students learn at the start and end of a study session is more likely to stay in their minds than anything they learn in the rest of the lesson.

As most teachers know, it is important to make the most of the end of your religious education lessons. This ebook “How To End Your Religious Education Lessons With Fun And Learning” offers suggestions about how to end your lessons.

Most of the suggestions have been used in the award winning career of the author – John Watson (aka Jack Watson) – who taught in three London Comprehensive schools over a period of thirty years.

Read the book; try the ideas and see if they help your students learn and have fun. If students end the lesson with a feeling of enjoyment and progress, their whole attitude to Religious Education will change.

So many teenagers think that religious education is irrelevant and boring. If the boring label at least can be removed, students may have a more open mind and a willingness to listen to the key ideas of the great religions.

A top Ofsted Religious Education Inspector has given his seal of approval to the methods described in the book. You will find his comments in the introduction to the ebook. These methods do not only interest the students; they encourage and assist learning.

The book (one of a series on teaching Religious Education) is now available at a very low cost.

If the book does not help to improve your teaching, just ask for a refund.

The cost of this ebook is $9.97 (about £5 depending on the exchange rate).

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