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Cambridge Studies of Religion Stage 6 Fourth Edition Christopher Hartney and Jonathan Noble

Revised, reviewed and updated with contemporary and engaging content for NSW Stage 6 Studies of Religion

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What’s new in this edition Revised, reviewed and updated, Cambridge Studies of Religion Stage 6 Fourth Edition provides new, contemporary and up-to-date content to engage Study of Religion students.

A complete, flexible and comprehensive print and digital resource package for the NSW Studies of Religion syllabus, this series has been designed to guide students to a greater understanding of the origins, beliefs, texts, ethics, practices and people of the world’s most wide-reaching religions. •

Updates include 2016 census data, new significant people and schools of thought, extended profiles for some current significant people, new contemporary examples of religion in the modern world, and revised language and notes for religious depth studies.

HSC verbs are now highlighted within every question set to help students develop the skills they need to excel at HSC level and ensure they will be fully prepared for success in their final exam.

Activities in each chapter invite students to investigate aspects of religion in greater detail, consider a variety of opinions and alternative perspectives, and undertake further research into areas that are of particular interest.

Video interviews with NSW-based representatives from each of the religious traditions are linked from QR codes included in the Print Textbook and embedded in the Interactive Textbook.

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Clear, concise and student-friendly language is combined with a range of visual and written sources to engage every student.

Review exercises and extension activities help students consolidate and extend their knowledge. Investigate, Consider and Furthermore boxes enable students to develop a broad range of additional skills, and cater for different interests and abilities.

Famous quotes, updated statistics, timelines, and passages from sacred texts capture students’ interest and provide relevant and practical material.

The digital Study Toolkit prepares students for the exam, encourages them to study effectively with strategies for successful revision, and identifies key points and potential areas of difficulty. The Toolkit is available on Cambridge GO for users of the student text as a downloadable PDF providing students with essential exam support.


Digital components The Interactive Textbook The online version of the student text delivers a host of interactive features to bring the study of religion to life and enhance the teaching and learning experience of the student text. Interactive features: •

Additional significant people and schools of thought for all five major religious traditions

Video and audio footage, including interviews with local representatives of the major religious traditions

Interactive activities and widgets

Multiple-choice quizzes

Rollover glossary definitions

Image galleries

Downloadable versions of the activities

Access to the Offline Textbook, a downloadable version of the student text with note-taking and bookmarking enabled

The Interactive Textbook is available as a two-calendar year subscription and is accessed online through Cambridge GO using a unique 16-character code supplied on purchase. The Interactive Textbook is provided with the printed text, or is available for purchase separately as a digital-only option. cambridge.edu.au/go

The Teacher Resource Package The Teacher Resource Package offers valuable time-saving planning, classroom and assessment support for all teachers. Teacher support includes: •

Suggested responses to all activities in the student text, including end-of-chapter materials

Additional activities and solutions

A 1 Unit and a 2 Unit Sample HSC examination paper

Suggested responses and marking criteria for the 1 Unit and 2 Unit sample HSC examination paper

PowerPoint presentations

Teaching programs to cover Preliminary and HSC Studies of Religion

The Teacher Resource Package is available for purchase separately as a unique 16-character code. Once purchased the resources can be downloaded through a Cambridge GO teacher account and stored on your school network for use by other teachers at the school. cambridge.edu.au/go


Contents Introduction 1 The nature of religion and beliefs 2 Religion in Australia pre-1945 3 Religion in Australia post-1945 4 Buddhism: The basic facts 5 Buddhism: Depth study 6 Christianity: The basic facts 7 Christianity: Depth study 8 Hinduism: The basic facts 9 Hinduism: Depth study 10 Islam: The basic facts 11 Islam: Depth study 12 Judaism: The basic facts 13 Judaism: Depth study 14 Religions of ancient origin 15 Religion and peace 16 Religion and non-religion Study Toolkit (offline digital-only) Glossary

Cambridge Studies of Religion Stage 6 Fourth Edition

Answers to multiple-choice questions

Available August 2020

Index

Contents are subject to change prior to publication.

Authors Christopher Hartney

Jonathan Noble

Christopher Hartney has been a lecturer at the University of Sydney in the Department of Studies of Religion since 2006. Christopher is a specialist in Asian religions and wrote his doctoral thesis on Caodaism, a new religion that began in Vietnam in the 1920s. He has over 50 scholarly articles to his name.

Jonathan Noble has taught Studies of Religion for the past 25 years. Jon has been the Religious Studies Coordinator at St Francis Xavier’s College in Newcastle and is a former member of the Association for the Studies of Religion Committee, serving as Chairman from 2006 to 2008. He is an experienced HSC teacher and has presented at a number of workshops for teachers and students.


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