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School Textbooks & Study Guides: Literature, Arts & Humanities
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PrelimIntroduction to Part 1, the Preliminary course 1. The nature of religion and beliefs 2. Buddhism 3. Christianity 4. Hinduism5. Islam6. Judaism7. Religions of ancient origins 8. Religion in Australia pre-1945HSC COURSEIntroduction to Part 2, the HSC course9. Religion in Australia post-194510. Buddhism 11. Christianity12. Hinduism13. Islam14. Judaism15. Religion and peace16. Religion and non-religionTimelinesGlossaryIndex
Rosemary King has extensive teaching experience and is currently teaching at MLC School,Sydney. Rosemary has been involved with Studies of Religion since its inception with syllabus review, writing, and the Advice Line. Rosemary is also Supervisor of Marking.John Mooney, is the Director of Mission at Kincoppal-Rose Bay, Sydney. John read Classics and Philosophy at Newcastle University, followed by a Bachelor of Theology degree at the Yarra Theological Union. John studied his Masters of Theology at Sydney University and a Diploma in Education through the University of New England, Armidale. John was also Head of the Studies of Religion Advice Line.Elizabeth Carnegie is a Senior Marker for the HSC Studies of Religion course and is Assistant Principal of Corpus Christi Catholic High School. Elizabeth strives to foster innovative pedagogy and the integration of Religion and Gospel Values into curriculum.Helen Smith is a highly experienced teacher, a senior marker for the HSC, and Director of Mission at St Joseph's College, Hunter's Hill. Helen has developed student materials to support the outcomes of Studies of Religion and provided professional development for teachers across NSW.Professor Anthony H (Tony) Johns is currently Visiting Fellow in the College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University and has published, lectured and taught widely on the Qur'an and Islamic spirituality.David Johns has been a teacher for over twenty years and has taught and been active in curriculum and resource development and as an HSC marker for Studies of Religion. He is currently Assistant Principal - Curriculum at Hennessy Catholic College in Young.Dr. Anne Pattel-Gray is President of the Aboriginal Advancement League SA Incorporated and a member of the International Association of Black Religions and Spiritualities. She is deeply committed to the advancement of Aboriginal people and to reconciliation between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians.Sandy Hollis has been involved in Jewish Education for over twenty years. Passionately involved in inter-faith dialogue and education, Sandy has taught at Masada College and is the Director of Education at the Emanuel Synagogue and is on the Board of Progressive Jewish Education in Woollahra. Sandy is also Senior Marker of HSC Studies of Religion.Dr Kelvin McQueen is a lecturer in the School of Education at the University of New England, Armidale. His teaching and research encompass religion in Australia, Aboriginal Education and critical evaluations of education policies.