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Elementary Lesson Plans

Elementary Lesson Plans: Introduction
Elementary Lesson Plan A
Elementary Lesson Plan B
Elementary Lesson Plan C
Elementary Lesson Plan D
Elementary Lesson Plan E
Elementary Lesson Plan F
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Elementary Lesson Plans: Introduction

 
These lesson plans are designed to be used in parish religious education programs and in Catholic elementary schools. We encourage local educators to adapt them or to create their own resources to share the message of Faithful Citizenship.

The following six sample sessions correspond to the Adult/Small Faith Community Sessions. One option is to make the sessions intergenerational where families and individuals of all ages gather for prayer and then break out into age appropriate groups. Or, these sessions can be done independently as part of a more traditional catechetical setting or in a Catholic school classroom.

Lesson Plan A: The Call to Be Disciples Who Put Love in Action

Lesson Plan B: Forming Consciences

Lesson Plan C: Avoiding Evil and Doing Good

Lesson Plan D: Life and Dignity of the Human Person

Lesson Plan E: Solidarity

Lesson Plan F: Option for the Poor and Vulnerable

The following two activities provide examples of creative, experiential activities designed to help students understand key principles of Catholic social teaching that shape our approach to being faithful disciples who put love into action in the world.

Activity A: Justice, Fairness, and Changing the Rules Game

Activity B: Poverty and Justice-Bean Game



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