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Teaching Morality and Religion, Hardback Book

Teaching Morality and Religion Hardback

Part of the Routledge Library Editions: Education and Religion series



First published in 1976. It can be argued that both moral and religious education are undervalued in schools.

The author, Alan Harris, believes that too many people think of them as indoctrinatory subjects with moral educators' telling people what they ought to do and religious educators telling them what they ought to believe.

By a combination of practical examples of both good and bad teaching from the classroom and clear, analytical examination of what is meant by moral and religious education, the author shows that the object of both subjects should be to help pupils form their own judgements.


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