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Appendices

Appendix 1 (Catholic Education Office Sydney, n.d.a, p.119-120)

Resource Sheet 1

The Prodigal Son
KWL Chapter 10, Pt 1
(based on Luke 15:11-24)

YOU WILL NEED:
2D laminated figures of prodigal son, brother, father, 2 or 3 other characters, pigs
(see RE Online for masters)
a long piece of cloth or felt that could be rolled out to make a road
a simple cut out shape to represent the Fathers house and popsticks or cloth strips to form a pigpen

Children are seated in a semi-circle ready to listen to the story. When the children are settled, go to the shelf and
carry the materials as you would the Bible. Place these beside you.
Roll out the road, place the Fathers house at one end and the pigpen past the other end of the road but off to one side as you
say:
Jesus once told a story about a boy who was away from home for a long time. Jesus told this story to help us
understand what Gods love is like.
Bring the Father out and place on one side of the house. Bring the two sons out and place on the other side of the house as
you say:
The story is about a father who had two sons.
Move the younger son over next to the father.
One day, the younger son asked his father to give him a lot of the familys money so he could leave home
and go far away. The father gave him the money.
Move the younger son a little way along the road. Move the father in front of the house as if looking up the road. Move the
older brother off to the side (almost out of the scene).
So the younger son packed his things and went away.
Continue to move the younger son towards the end of the road.
Bring out one of the extra characters and put him with the younger son.
He spent his money on wild parties and having a good time.
Remove the extra character and move the son into a space by himself.
Soon he had spent all the money the father had given him and he had nothing left. Now, he was hungry and
poor.
Move the son next to pigpen and bring out the pigs.
He got a job feeding pigs. He was so hungry he could have eaten the pigs food.
Move the son to the end of the road facing the direction of his fathers house.
He thought for a long time and made up his mind to go back to his father. He was going to ask his father to
take him back, not as a son but as a servant.
Move the son slowly down the road. Stop on the road, just over half way
He started the long journey home.

Move the son on a little further and stop a short distance from the house. Move the father along the road towards the son.
Have father and son facing each other.
One day his father saw him in the distance and ran to meet him. He hugged him and kissed him.
Walk father and son back down the road together and stand next to the house. Bring in the other extra characters and place
around them.
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The boy was trying to say sorry, but the father quickly called his servants to get a party ready. All the
father wanted to do was celebrate and welcome his son home.
Bring father to the front as if addressing the crowd and hold your hand over him to indicate he is speaking.
My son was lost, he said, and now he is found. He was dead and has come back to life!
And they began to celebrate.
Engage with I wonder, KWL p112.
Carefully pack story materials into storage box and put on shelf. Ensure that children are watching so they know how to pack
the materials away and where to find them.


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Appendix 2 (Catholic Education Office Sydney, n.d.b)
2.6A - The Loving Father 2D masters {colour} (1)


Father

pig



pig


pig


pig



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2.6A - The Loving Father 2D masters {colour} (2)




Fathers house

Other character

Other character
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2.6A - The Loving Father 2D masters {colour} (3)







brother

Other character
Prodigal Son
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Appendix 3 (McGrath, & Noble, n.d.)
MI/Bloom Planning Matrix: Summary Version Copyright: From Eight Ways at Once (Dr Helen McGrath, Dr Toni Noble and Pearson Education)
Levels of Revised Blooms Taxonomy
The Eight
Intelligences
Remember Understand Apply Analyse Evaluate Create


Word
Texts
Authors
Language
Reading
Speaking
Notes

Make a topic glossary
Complete a facts quiz
Make a word list
Make a facts file
Define/spell
Write sentences about
Fill in missing words
Describe/write what you
know /match
Give an example
Retell or summarise
Find examples
Compare texts (simple)
Make up a facts quiz
List good & bad features
Do Multiple choice quiz
Use in a sentence
Sort into these categories
Identify mistakes in
language use.
Write using this style or
language feature
Write a letter/poem
Word game/puzzle
Write headlines
Write newspaper report
Write a report
Write instructions
Research facts about writer/
event/setting/
Identify main arguments
Analyse plot /setting
Analyse language/effects
Debate
Identify key points
Significant events/facts?
Identify intention/bias
Use matrix to compare
(writers/events/plots)
Research to address issue
Evaluate/review text
Identify thinking errors
Identify most/best& why
Strongest arguments?
Rank texts/events/writers
Suggest changes
Identify best evidence
Decide and state evidence
What is the best ending?
What conclusions ?
Plan & write a script
Plan & make newspaper
Plan & write story/ poem
with this theme
Create new word game
Plan & do research project
(writer/ event/setting/era)
Plan & write an essay to
address this question.
Logic &
Maths
Maths
Science
Experiments
Timelines
Data / Logic
Statistics
Technology
Computers
List dates
Write number facts
List attributes
Complete quiz on maths/
science/ technology
Describe how to
Describe the process of
Describe procedure for
Give an example
What makes x happen?
Sort into correct order
Predict cause/ effect
Explain how/cause
Find examples
Calculate/estimate/weigh
Devise number problems
Make up quiz questions
Do M- choice quiz
Compare two (simple).
Explain the results
Use maths operations/
computer program/
procedure/equipment
Do this experiment
Logic/maths puzzle/game
Follow the recipe
Show on a timeline
Find info/statistics about
Use the data to solve
Make/interpret a graph
Identify patterns
Interpret the results
Use matrix to compare
Identify key features
Make travel plan/budget
Make a concept map
Hypothesise and test
Make a rubric
Research to address issue
What if.? (Hypothetical)
Any potential problems?
Identify errors in logic
Evaluate research
Identify most/best& why
Evaluate statistics
Rank (most to least)
Select the best
Suggest improvements
Identify best evidence Use
evidence to decide
Plan and make computer
program or website
Create logic/maths game
Plan & carry out data
collection & display
Plan & carry out
investigation/survey
Create new classification
scheme.
Create new machine
Space &
Vision
Artwork
Illustrations
Designs
Map/Graphics
Film
Draw what you know
Show x on the map
Draw a picture of
Complete a visual quiz
Complete a facts quiz on
art/design/computers
Describe how x looks
Circle this shape
Illustrate/ Draw example
Visually summarise
List good/bad features
Compare two covers/
illustrators (simple)
Draw a diagram to show
Do M- choice quiz
Make up a visual quiz
Make a diorama/chart
Make a flow chart/map
Make poster/brochure
Use graphics software
Research facts about
(illustrators/artwork)
Draw cartoons about
Make slides
Make a mindmap
Identify key features
Find relevant artwork
Research to address Qs
Analyse visual effects
Make matrix & compare
Develop rubric to assess
Analyse cartoon
Rank artworks or designs
Recommend changes
Critically evaluate
website/art/film
Identify most/best& why
Choose & give reasons
Improve road directory
Which is best & why?
Plan & give slide show
Plan and create artwork/
designs around a theme
Plan & design sets/
costumes/ props/fashion
Design/redesign
Plan/ make picture book
Plan/do multimedia show
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Copyright: From Eight Ways at Once (Dr Helen McGrath, Dr Toni Noble and Pearson Education)

Body
Sport
Mime
Dance
Construction
Craftwork
Technology
Describe how to perform
this skill
Describe how to make
Move or act like a
Cut and paste examples
Do a facts quiz
Make one with plasticine
Use hands to show six
Mime /use body to show
Compare two (simple)
Explain how to (skill)
List good/ bad features
(methods / sports)
Do M- choice quiz
Make up quiz questions
Make a model to show
Use pattern & make
Practise these skills
Use skill in a game
Play charades
Make from instructions
Perform this dance
Research facts about
Use tools/machinery to..
Use matrix & compare
(performers/ sports)
Research to address Qs
Identify problem & fix it
Deconstruct & explain
Identify key features
Develop rubric to assess
performance/ skill
Any potential problems ?
Rank according to
Which is the most/best?
Recommend changes
Evaluate performances
Evaluate skill levels
Evaluate constructions
Assess skill levels
Plan & make stage sets
Plan & make craft product/
model display
Plan & perform a dance/
mime around a theme
Plan a sporting event
Create a new sport
Plan & make puppets
Music
Music/songs
Playing music
Sound effects
Jingles/raps
Make these sounds
Sing learned song
Play learned music
Do a music facts quiz


Compare two (songs/
styles) (simple)
List good & bad features of
music/styles
Name this song
Identify instruments/style
Make sound effects
Musical performance
Practise singing/ playing
Locate relevant songs
Put learned facts into
simple known song
Analyse musical effects
Use matrix & compare
(singers/music)
Identify key features
Research to answer Qs
Develop rubric to assess
Critically review music
Recommend changes
Rank (songs/CDs)
State most/best & why
Select the best music for a
sound track
Plan & perform a rap
Rewrite a song
Compose music
Plan & perform a jingle
Plan & organise opera/
musical show about..
Naturalist
Animals
Plants
Landforms
Climate
Geology
Describe (animals/ plants/
climate/ rocks/ dinosaurs/
weather features/ life
cycles)
List attributes
Do facts quiz
Draw (flora/ fauna/cycles)
Find x on excursions Collect
examples
Explain how & why..
Compare two (simple).
Sort into these categories
Observe & record
Write a care for booklet
Grow/ train/ care for
Research facts about..
Make chart to show
Use this equipment
Identify patterns in nature
Conduct investigations
Identify key features
Use matrix & compare
(animals/ climates)
Research to address issue
Rank (insects/dinosaurs)
Evaluate (pet/zoo/garden)
Recommend changes
Which is the best & why (eg
pet/ tree/ climate)
Review nature film
Plan & make a garden
Plan & design a better (zoo/
aquarium/ park)
Plan & organise nature
excursion/collection
Plan investigation
People
Behaviour
Personality
Teaching
Social
interaction
Acting
Describe person or
character
List the steps in this social
skill
How does a good leader
behave?
Do facts quiz
Summarise this person
Act as this character
Compare two people or
characters (simple)
List good & bad features of
person/character
Do M-Choice quiz
Teach someone to
Practise this social skill
Make s/skills booklet Work
with others
Interview / Act in drama
Research person (facts)
Conduct simple survey
Explain/defend as person
Do character analysis
Identify social solutions
Develop s/skills rubric
Analyse research study
Explain why people
Research to address issue.
Critically review acting
Evaluate psych research
Evaluate social solutions
Assess social skills
Negotiate to decide best
Who was the most..?
Evaluate model/theory
Plan & produce/act in/ direct
a play
Plan a social event
Plan an investigation
Plan community service
Plan ad campaign
Plan full biography
Self
Feelings/ideas
Behaviour
Learning
Describe yourself
List your experiences
Describe what you know
List facts about yourself
Explain your views/
feelings/reactions
Explain what you have
learned & how
Make a personal timeline
Set goals
Keep learning log
Self reflect about
Identify self patterns
Analyse strengths
Make a self mindmap
When would you do this?
Evaluate yourself on..
Which character is most like
you & why?
How do you learn best?
Plan & do program of self
awareness/ goal
setting/change
Plan ways to achieve
McGrath, H. & Noble, T. (2011) Bounce Back! Wellbeing & Resilience Program. Melbourne, Pearson Education
McGrath, H. & Noble, T. (2010) HITS & HOTS. Teaching + Thinking + Social Skills. Melbourne, Pearson Education





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Appendix 4 (Catholic Education Office Sydney, n.d.a, p.122-123)
Resource Sheet 3
THE SACRAMENT OF PENANCE
Draw pictures to show what happens in the Sacrament of Penance.




















Cut out the boxes and match the words with the pictures to
tell what happens in the Sacrament of Penance.

TELLING GOD I AM
SORRY ACT OF
CONTRITION


GOING IN PEACE.
CARRYING OUT MY
PENANCE

READING A STORY FROM
THE BIBLE

WELCOME AND SIGN OF
THE CROSS


PRAYER OF FORGIVENESS
FROM THE PRIEST
TALKING ABOUT MY SINS TO
THE PRIEST. RECEIVING A
PENANCE



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Appendix 5 (Catholic Education Office Sydney, n.d.a, p.121)
Resource Sheet 2

Welcome Home
(Liquid picture for Luke 15:11-24)

Leader: One day Jesus told a story about a boy who left
home for a very long time. It tells us something
about what God is like. A father had two sons. One
day, the younger son went to his father and said:

Group 1: Give me my money. I want it now!

Group 2: Here it is. Goodbye my son!

Group 3: Parties! Good times! Laughter! Yippee!

Group 4: No friends, no food. Just pigs to feed.

Group 5: Im going home. Ill be a servant.

Group 6: My son, my son, welcome home.

Group 7: Lets have a party. Its time to celebrate!

Leader: And that is what Gods love is like. God always
welcomes us back.
The phrases from the story could be used to create a wall story for students to illustrate or a cartoon
style booklet for students to illustrate.
These could then be used for sequencing / retelling activity.