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Teacher’s Prayer for Learning



Thank you, Lord, for allowing me to learn from so many different people. Thank you for allowing my colleagues to reach out to me and help me grow in so many ways. I thank you for the freedom to learn and for giving me the desire to educate others. I ask your continued blessings. In your holy name, Amen.

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Welcome to the ‘Parables of Jesus, K-2 Teacher Resource Site.’
Here you will discover the endless accessibility to resources, curriculum documents, scholarly information and teacher knowledge. There are 9 main tabs which provide ease of movement through the site:

  • Home – main page, provides an outline of the site’s layout
  • Parables – offers various definitions of the term ‘parable’ along with the purpose, structure, analysis, meaning and complete list of parables
  • Kindergarten – lists the parables found within the Sydney CEO RE Kindergarten Units of Work, along with related resources and links to other helpful websites for each parable
  • Yr 1 – lists the parables found within the Sydney CEO RE Year 1 Units of Work, along with related resources and links to other helpful websites for each parable
  • Yr 2 – lists the parables found within the Sydney CEO RE Year 2 Units of Work, along with related resources and links to other helpful websites for each parable
  • Media – provides references to various CD & DVD material for setting the atmosphere of the classroom space
  • About – provides the details of the creator, the aim of the website and the site’s reference conditionsĀ 
  • Discussion – a place for allĀ  site users, ideally teacher professionals, to share and collaborate experiences, knowledge and resources in relation to both religious studies and specifically ‘the parables of Jesus’.
  • References – lists the sources and information used throughout the site.

I hope this site is of great use to you in furthering your professional knowledge and resource portfolio in relation to the ‘Parables of Jesus’.

Regards,
S. Isaacs. (2011).

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