This Final Report of supervised teaching practice comes from the theme The LifeProject explored in The School Unit Three of the Ninth Year Program of Catholic Moral and Religious Education (EMRC) and intends to explore THE ONTRIBUTION OF EMRC in the construction of the Life Project. In this sense, the main objective is to understand what young people understand by The Life Project, to know what type of Project they idealize, to analyze the contribution of the EMRC discipline in the process of construction of the Life Project and to observe whether it allows strategies of self-knowledge, an extension of horizons and the integration of new life goals. The exploration of the contents of this Unit is very relevant for young people, because adolescence is a very important phase in the construction and affirmation of identity and personality and students are called, at this stage, to make great decisions. However, young people currently show a certain difficulty in defining personal choices, in defining targets to be achieved in order to achieve a certain goal and demonstrate a lack of future perspective. In this sense, I consider it indispensable to provide moments of reflection and self-knowledge, a facilitating element in the progressive construction of your life project and discovery of your vocation. Therefore, reflecting on the theme Life Project and the importance of its exploration since childhood is essential, because it helps young people to gradually build their own project, a project of happiness and realization of dreams.
|Date of Award||25 Nov 2022|
- Universidade Católica Portuguesa
|Supervisor||Cátia Tuna (Supervisor) & Juan Ambrosio (Co-Supervisor)|
- Life project
- Vocational discernment
- Mestrado em Ciências Religiosas