Curriculum Framework: Grade 10

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September
I. Who Am I? – The Nature of the Human Person

 

October
II. Who Does God Call Me To Be? – Principles of Morality

 

 

November
III. Conscience & Conscience Formation

 

The students will:

-demonstrate an understanding of them­ selves as made in the image and likeness of God

-begin to examine the relationships in

-their lives (God, Jesus, family, friends, school community, parish community

-begin to identify and demonstrate what is involved in being in a loving relationship
 
 

The students will:

-recognize that living a moral life is a response to God's dynamic love for each of us

-describe moral maturity and begin to assess their own behaviour in light of the call to know, love and serve God

– be aware of and refer to principles of moral living
 

The students will:

– describe, assess and evaluate the factors which influence the formation of conscience

– identify and demonstrate the characteristics of a Christ-like (healthy and mature) conscience

– formulate and put to use their own examination of conscience
 

R.E. Learning Outcomes to document:

1. Read, interpret and apply Scripture life.

15. Demonstrate an appreciation for faith community by participating in its life and activities as an essential way of coming to know God.

16. Express a willingness to develop and use the God given talents in a Christ like way to build Christian community.

Also being worked on: #4 & 8.
 

R.E. Learning Outcomes to document:

4. Illustrate a basic understanding of Catholic dogma and doctrine in ligh1 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

5. Illustrate a basic understanding of the history of the Church and an appreciation of her basic traditions.

Also being worked on: #1, 3, 7, 13, & 17.
 

R.E. Learning Outcomes to document:

4. illustrate basic understanding of Catholic dogma and doctrine in light of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

8. Pray regularly and use a variety of prayer forms to enrich and express personal and communal prayer.

13. Demonstrate the ability to make moral decisions consistent with Church teachings.

Also being worked on: #1, 3, 5, 8 & 13.
 

 

December
IV. Sin & Reconciliation
 
January
V. Living In Good Relationship
 
February
VI. Decision Making
 
 
 
The students will:

– define sin and recognize its effects (in their lives, in their communities, and in the world)

– recall and value God's unconditional and forgiving love in their lives

– plan and participate in an Advent reconciliation service
 
 
 

The students will:

– recognize and explain the fundamental nature of one's relationship with God

– show how this fundamental God human relationship can be lived out in our daily/sacramental lives
 

The students will:

– apply a Christian decision-making

model to life decisions

– seek out and employ positive solutions to moral dilemmas
 
 
 

R.E. Learning Outcomes to document:

2. Demonstrate an understanding of liturgical seasons and feasts.

9. Demonstrate the importance of Sacraments, with an emphasis on the centrality of the Eucharist. in the life of Catholics.

10. Celebrate the presence of the Sacred through participation in worship experiences using sacramentals, symbols, and rituals.

11. Use appropriate resources to plan and participate in liturgy and other prayer experiences.

Also being worked on:

#1, 4, 5, 8, 12, 15, & 16.
 

R.E.. Learning Outcomes to document:

9. Demonstrate the importance of Sacraments, with an emphasis on the centrality of the Eucharist, in the life of Catholics.

12. Demonstrate an ability to apply Catholic principles to interpersonal relationships.

Also being worked on: #1, 3, 4, 5, & 13.
 

RE. Learning Outcomes to document:

8. Pray regularly and use a variety of prayer forms to enrich and press personal and communal prayer.

13. Demonstrate the ability to make moral decisions consistent with Church teachings.

19. Examine the variety of Christian vocations as ways to live out the Baptismal ca1l to a life of service.

Also being worked on: #5, 12, 14 & 17.
 

 

March
VII. Reverencing the Sacredness of Life
 
April
VIII. Living Chastity
 
May
IX. Living Justice
 
 
 
The students will:

– explain what it means to have reverence for life in its fullest sense

– articulate an understanding of the difference between body and soul

– articulate and defend the pro-life response to the questions of abortion, euthanasia, capital punishment, bio-ethics, suicide, war, drinking & driving, and poverty

– plan a class “Celebration of Life” connecting different cultural custom for Easter and the theme of sanctity of life
 

The students will:

– identify and define sexuality as a part of a whole person of God and one's body as sacred

– demonstrate an appreciation and understanding of God's gift of sexual intercourse, its place in marriage and the consequences of sexual intercourse/ promiscuous behaviour outside a noncovenant relationship

– illustrate the natural consequences of living a chaste life

– identify and defend Catholic principles sexual morality

 

The students will:

– identify justice issues from today's world which affect one's personal life

– recognize the principles of Christian integrity, honesty, trust, and justice as the basis for human personal and societal justice

– examine and evaluate various attitudes and actions regarding justice through a process of reflection
 

R.E. Learning Outcomes to document:

2. Demonstrate an understanding of liturgical seasons and feasts.

6. Demonstrate a knowledge and appreciation of the diverse expressions of Catholicism.

10. Celebrate the presence of the Sacred through participation in worship experiences using sacramentals, symbols, and rituals.

11. Use appropriate resources to plan and participate in liturgy and other prayer experiences.

14. Demonstrate an understanding or responsible stewardship and respect for life.

Also being worked on:

# I, 3, 4, 5, 7, 12, 13 & 17.
 

R.E. Learning Outcomes to document:

3. Present a reasoned rationale for being Catholic.

4. Illustrate basic understanding of Catholic dogma and doctrine in light of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

12. Demonstrate the ability to apply Catholic principles to interpersonal relations.

Also being worked on:

#1, 3,4,5,7,9, 13, 14, & 17.
 

RE. Learning Outcomes to document:

1. Read interpret and apply Scripture to life.

17. Critique societal structures in light of Catholic social justice principles and apply to social and personal situations.

Also being worked on:

# 3, 4, 5, 7, 12, 13, &. 14.
 

 

June
X. Putting It All Together
 
 
The students will:

– engage in a year-end project which shows synthesis and integration of the course material
 
 
 

R.E. Learning Outcomes to document: 

13. Demonstrate the ability to make moral decisions consistent with Church teachings.
 

 

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