Can sacred texts help us to understand our lives today? Are there different ways of exploring texts from different religions? This workshop will help visitors find their own connections with the magnificent sacred texts on display in the Treasures Gallery.
Creative educators will work with students to look closely and learn from an array of texts. Participants will be able to view Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Muslim, Jain, Jewish, Sikh and Zoroastrian texts. The workshop will help students develop the skills needed for investigating texts, especially how to look closely at source material.
Online ResourcesUnderstanding Sacred Texts: An online interactive that investigates the Abrahamic scriptures by posing a range of questions to a panel including faith leaders, educators, young people, theologians and philosophers.
Sacred Stories: Explore 12 digitally-animated stories from six different religions. Discover the origins of the tales and investigate the crossovers and contrasts between them.
|Age group:||Year 3 - 6|
|When:||Monday to Friday|
|Length:||90 minutes. Please allow more time after your workshop to explore the galleries and public spaces.|
minimum 10, maximum 35 per session
|Key skills:||Religious Education, Critical Thinking, Visual Literacy, Research|
|Price:||Admission: Free entry|
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