CURRICULUM FOR KNOWLEDGE OF CHRISTIANITY, RELIGION, PHILOSOPHIES OF LIFE AND ETHICS (RLE1-02)

Competence aims after year level 4

Christianity

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • relate the content of the most important texts from the Genesis and the Exodus in the Old Testament Pentateuch
  • relate the content of the most important texts from evangelical presentations of the life of Jesus and his life's work as described in the New Testament
  • listen to and talk about some stories of the apostles and saints
  • describe local churches, find traces of historical Christianity in their local community and district, and present these finds in different ways
  • talk about Christianity and how religious practice is expressed in maxims, rules of conduct, prayer, baptism, church worship and holidays
  • be familiar with Christian hymnal traditions and some chosen songs, also Sami ones
  • recognise Christian art and make use of aesthetic expressions related to Christianity

Judaism

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • relate the life and work of Moses, the revelation of the Torah, and the content of central parts of the Torah
  • talk about Judaism and how religious practice is expressed in maxims, rules of conduct, prayer, Torah readings, food traditions and holidays
  • recognise Judaic art and make use of aesthetic expressions related to Judaism

Islam

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • relate the life of the prophet Mohammed, the revelation of the Koran and the content of central parts of the Koran
  • talk about Islam and how religious practice is expressed in maxims, rules of conduct, prayer, Koran readings, food traditions and holidays
  • recognise Islamic art and make use of aesthetic expressions related to Islam

Hinduism

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • tell about one of Hinduism's gods or goddesses
  • talk about Hinduism and how religious practice is expressed in maxims, rules of conduct, prayer, Puja, food traditions and holidays
  • recognise Hindu art and make use of aesthetic expressions related to Hinduism

Buddhism

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • relate Siddhartha Gautama's life and his awakening as the Buddha
  • talk about Buddhism and how religious practice is expressed in maxims, rules of conduct, prayer, meditation and holidays
  • recognise Buddhist art and make use of aesthetic expressions related to Buddhism

Philosophies of life

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • listen to and talk about texts and stories that express a humanistic worldview nb
  • talk about how the humanistic philosophy of life is expressed through maxims, rules of conduct and ceremonies
  • recognise humanistic art and make use of aesthetic expression related to Humanism

Philosophy and ethics

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • tell about the philosopher Socrates
  • express thoughts about life, loss, sorrow, good and evil and respond to others' thoughts
  • talk about family customs in everyday life and holidays that are common for religions and philosophies of life
  • lead a simple dialogue about conscience, ethical rules of conduct and values
  • cite the Rule of Reciprocity and be able to put this rule into practice
  • talk about respect and tolerance, and counteract bullying in real life
  • use the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of Children to understand children's rights and equality, and be able to find examples of this in the media and on Internet

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