More Stories For Interactive Assemblies Paperback
20 Story-based Assemblies to Get Children Talking
by Nigel Bishop;
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More Stories For Interactive Assemblies
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Each story is stand-alone, although the series fits together into a chronological account. Each chapter includes a brief indication as to what the story is about, a small number of questions designed to encourage pupils to be more receptive, and an optional prayer for use in Collective Worship.
The book can also used as a class-reader with older children, and contains an appendix of PSHE and RE links to extend teaching and understanding of underlying themes.
More Stories For Interactive Assemblies by Nigel Bishop was published by Barnabas in February 2012 and is our 21230th best seller. The ISBN for More Stories For Interactive Assemblies is 9781841018379.
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More Stories for Interactive AssembliesVictoria Hill, via The Good Book Stall
If you are a Key Stage 2 teacher searching for a book of short stories to use in assemblies or PSHE lessons, this will be a useful purchase. The stories are based around a school residential trip. In each story, a different pupil takes centre stage and their experiences relate to various topics, including keeping the rules, being unselfish, forgiveness and second chances. At the end of each story there are suggestions for discussion activities. The stories are engaging, the characters realistically created and the issues faced are familiar ones. In the back of the book there is a reference table linking each story to the programme of study for PSHE.
However, if you are a Christian teacher seeking to bring Christian teaching and Biblical values into your assemblies, PSHE or RE lessons, then this is not the book you are looking for. The stories have so little Christian content that they will offend no-one – except perhaps those who, like myself, will be saddened by the multicultural and liberal mind-set that pervades this ‘Christian’ book. In the 20 chapters, I found only a handful of references to religious practices or beliefs, and one of these was to the Muslim faith. While Bible references are included in the table at the end, the actual stories and assembly ideas make no links with Biblical teaching.
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Details for More Stories For Interactive Assemblies
|Page last updated||26th May 2016|
|Author / Artist||Nigel Bishop|
|Publisher||Barnabas (February 2012)|
|Number of Pages||144|