Morals in the Life Story of the Buddha
Lesson Plans for Teaching Youth
By: Margaret Lisa Knight
This manual is a companion to Morals in the Life Story of the Buddha, Lisa Knight’s excellent introduction to Dharma for chilcren and their parents. It is wirtten for teachers or parents, and teaches moral values to children of age eight and up. This is a set of fully prepared lesson plans, making it very easy to teach.
Stories from the life of the Buddha are told in simple modern English familiar to today’s youth, both Buddhist and non-Buddhist.
Along with each story are the Buddha’s words from the Dhammapada or another Buddhist text highlighting the moral illustrated by the story, and a detailed Dharma discussion. Students can easily relate to the discussions that directly show them how to apply the moral to their day-to-day life with its modern challenges. Crucial values for developing wholesomeness are the topics of these discussions. In addition, there are questions, games, quizzes, puzzles, and other entertaining activities to help students remember and apply the teachings.
This manual makes the Dharma come alive in every aspect of life of youth. It promotes the understanding of Dharma and stimulates the practice of the moral values.
Note: Purchase this book together with Morals in the Life Story of the Buddha (BPC04) and receive a 30% discount on both.
Catalogue No. BPC03 Language: English