Year 4 Civics and Citizenship: Beliefs - their core ideas and symbols
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Year 4 Civics and Citizenship: Beliefs - their core ideas and symbols
How a person’s identity can be shaped by the different cultural, religious and/or social groups to which they may belong (ACHCK014)
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Asia Education Foundation (AEF) supports educators and school communities to develop Asia capable young Australians.
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Understanding the Chinese Mind | Confucius’ impact on Chinese society

Understanding the Chinese Mind | Confucius’ impact on Chinese society | Year 4 Civics and Citizenship: Beliefs - their core ideas and symbols | Scoop.it
You may remember that the 2008 Olympic opening ceremony kicked off with a quote from Confucius—an adage that it’s a great pleasure to have friends come to visit from afar. Later we also saw three thousand performers -–dressed as Confucius’
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Religion

Religion | Year 4 Civics and Citizenship: Beliefs - their core ideas and symbols | Scoop.it
Unlike some cultures where a single religion is dominant, Korean culture includes a wide variety of religious elements that have shaped the people's way of thinking and behavior. In the early stages of history in Korea, religious and political functions were combined but they later became distinct.
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Religion and Spiritual Beliefs in the Philippines

Religion and Spiritual Beliefs in the Philippines | Year 4 Civics and Citizenship: Beliefs - their core ideas and symbols | Scoop.it

A summary of the religious and spiritual beliefs that are present in Philippino culture.

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Islamic Symbols - ReligionFacts

Islamic Symbols - ReligionFacts | Year 4 Civics and Citizenship: Beliefs - their core ideas and symbols | Scoop.it
Islamic Symbols: Guide to the meaning of common Muslim symbols, including the crescent and star.
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Information on Hinduism for Kids

Information on Hinduism for Kids | Year 4 Civics and Citizenship: Beliefs - their core ideas and symbols | Scoop.it
Hinduism for kids doing their homework. Hinduism is the world's third most popular religion, with around 900 million followers.
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Colors Of Religion: Shinto

Colors Of Religion: Shinto | Year 4 Civics and Citizenship: Beliefs - their core ideas and symbols | Scoop.it
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Shinto is considered Japans native religion. A system of simplicity and beauty, the main ideas behind Shinto are rooted not in the after-life, like many other popular belief systems, but rather in finding harmony with your current surroundings in the present.

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Choose Your Own Statistics

This unique interactive learning resource has been designed to enable students from Years 5 to 8 to gain a better understanding of important human rights issues as they explore the latest statistics from respected Australian institutions.


Thought-provoking Infographics encourage students to critically evaluate their beliefs and deepen their understanding of the role that data representation plays in building knowledge and influencing decisions about social issues. Innovative technology enables students to explore the demographics of Australian society on a national and state level and see how the constitution of our country has changed over time.

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Confucianism

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Confucianism is a Chinese ethical and philosophical system developed from the teachings of the Chinese philosopher Confucius. This complex system of thought includes moral, social, political,...
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Christianity in the Philippines

Christianity in the Philippines

The Philippines is the fifth largest Christian country, with about 93% of the population being adherents. It is also one of two predominantly Roman Catholic nations in Asia (the other being East Timor), and is the third largest Catholic country in the world.

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Islam Watch - "Islam’s Sacred Religious Symbols…" by Lennard James

Islam Watch - "Islam’s Sacred Religious Symbols…" by Lennard James | Year 4 Civics and Citizenship: Beliefs - their core ideas and symbols | Scoop.it
Islam Watch - presenting cutting-edge news, freethinking essays, articles, debates and forum discussions on current affairs of Islam - terrorism, fundamentalism, apostasy (leaving Islam), women's rights, feminism, sharia (Islamic law)
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Shinto Origins, Shinto History, Shinto Beliefs

Shinto Origins, Shinto History, Shinto Beliefs | Year 4 Civics and Citizenship: Beliefs - their core ideas and symbols | Scoop.it
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Shinto ("the way of the Kami") is the name of the formal state religion of Japan that was first used in the 6th century C.E., although the roots of the religion go back to at least the 6th century B.C.E. Shinto has no founder, no official sacred texts, and no formalized system of doctrine. Shinto has been formative in developing uniquely Japanese attitudes and sensitivities, creating a distinct Japanese consciousness.

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Buddhism's core beliefs

Buddhism's basic, core beliefs
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Buddhism, like most of the great religions of the world, is divided into a number of different traditions.

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