RELIGION and CULTURES in HISTORY
Prepared for the University of California, San Diego

Teacher Guidelines for
TEACHING THE CHRISTIAN/AMERICAN CULTURE

 

Sponsored by: The California History-Social Science Project at the University of California at San Diego, California.
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Facilitator for the California History-Social Science Project at the University of California at San Diego; the Co-Director of the UCSD Diversity Institute; a Facilitator for the California Three R's Project
A Unit in Multicultural Curriculum written by: Dr. Robert L. Simonds
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Teacher Guidelines for
Teaching the Christian/American Culture

Outline

Introductory remarks
A Model Policy for Teaching Multiculturalism and Diversity
Part I: Teaching About Religion -- the U.S. Legal Guidelines
Part II: The Christian Religion - History and Culture
Section 1. The Christian Faith -- It's National Impact
- "In God We Trust"
- The Christian Culture in National Life
      - Economics
- Labor
- Money
- Education
- Education and Training -- A National Mandate
- Six Biblical Purposes of Education
Section 2. Jesus Christ -- The Central Figure of Christianity
Section 3. The Biblical Principles of Religion Say Who God Is
Section 4. Christianity and Mankind in the Christian Culture
Section 5. The Christian Impact Upon Society
Section 6. The Christian World View vs. The Secular World View
Part III. Some Do's and Don'ts When Teaching Multiculturalism

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