Unconditional Love and Respect for Everyone: St. John Bosco (Download)
In this lesson, students will learn about the life of St. John Bosco and how he created a home and school for young boys who had nowhere to go and no one to care for them. Through stories about his lessons and his life, students will learn to reflect on potential prejudices they have toward certain people based on their appearances, behaviors, or financial status. They will be challenged to think about how their own choices can have a lasting positive impact when they treat all people with respect.
Use this lesson in a religion class. Recommended for middle school and older.
Your purchase of this 16-page digital download includes:
- Overview of St. John Bosco’s life
- Lecture notes about the importance of caring for those who feel unwanted, unloved, or disregarded
- A-Z Game; optional activity/writing instructions
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