pukkatukka said:i did the the social dependence of the education system on christianity... how it changed/ developed throughout the 21st century..??
so true!joey_1234 said:some of those short answer questions were so left field... just worded really strangely (it took me ages to work out exactly what they were asking for)
haha! same! *hi 5*persephone said:i crapped on about the great depression and about social welfare. pulled it out of my bum.
Cos at my school R.E. is compulsory.snapperhead said:why do you sit a HSC exam for it then?
just to clarify...this is the area its talking aboutjulia_jules said:so true!
for this one i wrote about gambling, and how churches now try to help addicted gamblers instead of just condemning them. don't know if that really relates to the syllabus though.
edit: sorry...didnt see superbirds post but what the hey....responses by some religious traditions to social change and initiatives in community development from 1901 to the present:
– ministry in rural and outback Australia
– the role of religious traditions in the labour movement, conscription, wars and the Great Depression
– the role and responses of religious traditions in/to at least THREE of the following issues/political debates:
- indigenous rights
- the role of women in family, church, workplace and society
Same here, as it was a major development for christianity in australia. Not sure how it'll be marked though. Related it to social change by talking about denominational switching from traditional denominations, etc.acmilan said:I talked about emergence of pentecostalism and charismatic movements
If only you were marking you could complain as a representative of the SOR students of boredofstudies!snapperhead said:dont know.....they might if you argue it. Somehow, I dont have the feeling that they are going to go "if its not from the eg's in the syllabus...."
Wish I could ask around but markers are not allowed to discuus during marking