What Price Peace? Paperback
A Teaching Resource for Primary Schools Exploring Issues of War and Peace
by Chris Hudson;
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What Price Peace?
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A century on, with British armed forces continuing to serve in trouble spots around the world, study of the 'Great War' offers children the opportunity to engage with powerful issues of faith and belief, helping them to think through questions such as: Is fighting always wrong? How can we work out what is true? How should bullying be resisted? Are some people worth more than others? How do we deal with fear, pain and suffering? Can we really love our enemies as Jesus said?
Each unit contains background information, an imaginative retelling of a real-life event, and cross-curricular activities related to RE, History, Literacy and PSHE/Citizenship.
Chris Hudson is part of BRF's Barnabas Children's Ministry team. An experienced teacher, author and trainer, dedicated to promoting high quality teaching and learning in primary schools, he provides regular INSET for schools on a variety of themes related to the Bible and Christianity, together with Barnabas RE Day storytelling, drama and music workshops for schoolchildren.
What Price Peace? by Chris Hudson was published by Bible Reading Fellowship in March 2014 and is our 29501st best seller. The ISBN for What Price Peace? is 9781841016917.
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What Price Peace?Melanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
This is a brilliant book, and though designed for use within a primary school setting and for a number of subjects—RE, PSHCE, Literacy & History—I would seriously recommend it to anyone wanting a resource dealing with 'The Great War' for children, or indeed all age groups.
The stories cover a range of people and topics dealing with War and Peace, and are perfectly suited not only for a school setting but could also be used without much difficulty in a sermon setting, I would think.
The book includes prayers, suggestions for activities, thoughts for the day, sketches, and a whole host more activities and ideas. They are divided between the age groups of 5-7 & 8-11, but can easily be taylored to work with an older group if required.
This is perfect school material, well formulated, planned, and set out—but I really think that many other groups and organisations, not just schools, would find real benefit in this book during this Centenery of the 1914-1918 War.
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|Author / Artist||Chris Hudson|
|Publisher||Bible Reading Fellowship (March 2014)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 5 years up to 11 years|
|Number of Pages||192|
|Page last updated||20th January 2017|