Bausteine für die unterrichtliche Gemeindepraxis
1. Edition 2012
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
„Church Windows“, „Confirmation Altar“, „Masks“, „Christ in Our World” – these are but a few of the projects groups can employ to better get to know the world of Christian religion. They are creative, independent, and demand the use of head, heart and hand.
Here, too, the Bible lies at the center of attention, but in a different way than usual. Children (as well as adolescents or adults) can learn to construct a clay tablet, to deconstruct a text, to become Biblical scholars. They can play out a Biblical story – in scenes, as a Bibliodrama, with puppets. They can learn about neighbourly love while assuming the role of the beggar. How to teach and instigate all of these experiences is the subject of this workbook with its many practical and well-tested materials. It guarantees the upclose encounter with religion and dispenses with the usual indifference.