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Explain the significance of a key belief within two religious

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Explain the significance of a key belief within two religious

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    Achievement Standard

Subject Reference Religious Studies 2.4

    Title Explain the significance of a key belief within two religious traditions

    Level Credits Assessment 2 6 Internal

    Subfield Religious Studies

    Domain Understanding Religion

    Status Status date Registered 2 December 2008

    Planned review date Date version published 31 December 2010 2 December 2008

    This achievement standard requires the explanation of the significance of a key belief within two religious traditions.

Achievement Criteria

Achievement Achievement with Merit Achievement with

    Excellence

    ;Explain the significance of ;Explain in detail the ;Comprehensively explain

    a key belief within two significance of a key the significance of a key

    religious traditions. belief within two religious belief within two religious

    traditions. traditions.

Explanatory Notes

1 Definitions:

     Explain means to describe and provide reasons for the significance of the key

    belief.

     Explain in detail means to describe and provide reasons for the significance of the

    key belief in breadth or depth.

     Comprehensively explain means to describe and provide reasons for the

    significance of the key belief in breadth and depth.

     Significance means to show an understanding of the meaning and importance of

    the belief to each religious tradition.

     Key beliefs are significant religious teachings recognised by appropriate

    authorities within each religious tradition.

     Religious tradition means a world religion, or a division of a world religion, a

    regional religion or an indigenous religion.

     A world religion is a religious belief system that is generally recognised as having

    independent status from any other religion. It may include but is not limited to:

    Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism.

     New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2012

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    2 At least two religious traditions are required, eg Hinduism and Buddhism or

    Christianity and Buddhism. The same key belief should be used for each tradition.

3 A key belief could include but is not limited to:

     life after death

     concept of god(s)

     ultimate questions of life

     the question of suffering

     the incarnation

     creation

     fall

     redemption.

    4 It is expected that the descriptions and explanations are largely sourced from

    material supplied, or previously supplied, by a supervisor or teacher through

    textbooks, lessons, scholarly works, or other teaching tools that form a delivery

    package.

Quality Assurance

    1 Providers and Industry Training Organisations must be accredited by NZQA before

    they can register credits from assessment against achievement standards.

    2 Accredited providers and Industry Training Organisations assessing against

    achievement standards must engage with the moderation system that applies to

    those achievement standards.

    Accreditation and Moderation Action Plan (AMAP) reference 0226

     New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2012

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