REtoday 35:3 (April 2018)

Lat Blaylock

ISBN: 180203 Published: 16 April 2018 Format: A4 Paperback Pages: 92 £12.00

Description

In this issue we are thinking about stories: the stories we tell children, the stories we tell ourselves and the stories that challenge and inspire us.
For the primary classroom we present creative and thought-provoking approaches to telling faith stories through art, poetry and reflection. For the secondary classroom we consider practical ways of identifying misinformation, and what both students and teachers can do once it is visible.
As Anthony Thiselton suggests, we are not passive recipients of stories; taking meaning from a story is a two-way relationship.