Field Trips To The Church

Author: Ulrich Riegel
Publisher: Waxmann Verlag
ISBN: 3830986599
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Visiting the local church is said to be a powerful case of participa tory learning. Inside the church the students have an actual, multi-sensory encounter with Christian practice. Moreover, leaving the classroom to visit some artifact nearby is attractive and is said to raise the situational interest of the students. An empirical study on the effects of such field trips, however, is still missing. This volume addresses this research gap in religious education. It provides insight into the theoretical background, the empirical design and the results of a project about field trips to the local church in compulsory Catholic religious education in German primary schools. It draws a comprehensive picture of such effects by identifying the benefits of scholastic field trips as well as the obstacles of this didactic set-up. The volume closes with a description of didactic principles and methods which help to improve scholastic field trips to the local church. Ulrich Riegel ist Professor für Religionspädagogik am Seminar für Katholische Theologie der Universität Siegen.

Repetitions And Variations In The Fourth Gospel

Author: Gilbert van Belle
Publisher: Peeters Pub & Booksellers
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This publication collects the majority of papers presented at the challenging colloquium on "Repetitions and Variations in the Fourth Gospel" at the K.U.Leuven held from 7 - 9 November 2006 in Leuven. Articles that have been added are a direct result of the colloquium. The colloquium was planned with this publication in mind, wishing to contribute to an understanding of the Fourth Gospel's language and style in relation to the Synoptic Gospels and in manifesting its unity in theme and language. The contributors mostly represent new approaches to understanding the composition and nature of the Fourth Gospel. Therefore the historical overview of past research is most helpful in placing these new approaches.

Receptions Of Antiquity

Author: Jan Nelis
Publisher: Academia Press
ISBN: 9038218834
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This volume presents a series of papers which cover the general theme of the reception of antiquity, a topic which has in recent years become a discipline in itself, or what some might call a 'cross-discipline'. Indeed the Nachleben of the (culture of) classical antiquity, and of antiquity as a whole, manifests in a number of diverse domains, opening up the field of reception studies to scholars from disciplines other than Classics. This collection of papers illustrates this diversity, uniting as it does original research by scholars from a variety of disciplines: classicists, historians, theatre historians, architectural historians, psychologists, archaeologists, artists, and more, all of whom have treated some aspect of the so-called 'classical tradition' by means of their own individual approaches, leading to a volume rich and dense in themes and methodologies. 'Receptions of antiquity' has been written by friends of Freddy Decreus, in honour of his career, and in celebration of his thought.

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Author: Ulrike Eichhorn
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Amsterdamer Beitr Ge Zur Lteren Germanistik

Author: Erika Langbroek
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042022566
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InhaltFrederik KORTLANDT: The Origin of the Franconian Tone AccentsFrederik KORTLANDT: English bottom, German Boden, and the Chronology of Sound ShiftsDiether SCHURR: Wodan oder Warg: zum Brakteaten Nebenstedt IElena AFROS: Is cyssaeth in Exeter Book Riddle 30a: 6b an Instance of Morphological Levelling unk]Ellen BAsLER und Ernst HELLGARDT.