World Religions: Beliefs, Issues, and Religious Traditions - HRT3M
ILC Course Code: HRT3M-A
Grade 11, University / College Preparation, 1.0 credit
This course provides you with opportunities to explore various world religions and belief traditions. You will: develop knowledge of the terms and concepts relevant to this area of study; examine the ways in which religions and belief traditions meet various human needs; and, learn about the relationship between belief and action. You will also examine sacred writings and teachings, consider how concepts of time and place influence different religions and belief traditions, and develop research and inquiry skills related to the study of human expressions of belief.
Online submission of course work is required for this course using Microsoft Word © or OpenOffice Writer.
Unit 1: Questions about religion
Lesson 1 - What do you believe in?
Lesson 2 - How to study a religion
Unit 2: Where are the answers?
Lesson 3 - Religion in people's lives
Lesson 4 - The search for answers
Lesson 5 - What's my take?
Unit 3: Tenets of faith
Lesson 6 - In the beginning...
Lesson 7 - Entities and leaders
Lesson 8 - Defend your position
Unit 4: Beliefs and traditions
Lesson 9 - Traditions and texts
Lesson 10 - Differences within faith
Unit 5: Faith in action
Lesson 11 - Daily practices of faith
Lesson 12 - Changing times
Lesson 13 - Religious holidays
Lesson 14 - Symbols of faith
Lesson 15 - Rites of passage
Unit 6: Values and viewpoints
Lesson 16 - Values, rights, and freedoms
Lesson 17 - Religion in the secular world
Unit 7: Faith and freedom
Lesson 18 - Faith and society
Lesson 19 - Culture and religion
Lesson 20 - Putting it all together
This is the English version of the course.
This course is not currently available in French. Please check back often for new course releases.