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GCSE Islam - Religion & Life (7 Lessons)

GCSE Islam - Religion & Life (7 Lessons)

This seven lesson unit is for teachers covering Islam as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It covers Theme B: Religion & Life and focuses on Muslim views, beliefs and teachings. It was designed around the GCSE AQA specification (Theme B), and, consequently, covers the three topics listed: • Abortion. • Euthanasia. • Animal experimentation. Each lesson is fully resourced and includes a lesson plan, homework, AfL tasks. Most lessons are based around professionally designed A3 worksheets. Whilst designed for the AQA specification, it is relevant to any GCSE Religious Studies teacher covering Islam. You can buy this 7 lesson unit alongside a 10-lesson Christianity Thematic Study Unit in one bundle to save money. The lessons included are outlined as follows: Lesson 1 - Abortion (Comparing Christian & Muslim Views) Lesson 2 - Abortion (Muslim Views) Lesson 3 - Euthanasia (Muslim Views) Lesson 4 - Euthanasia (Comparing Christian & Muslim Views) Lesson 5 - Animal Experimentation Lesson 6 - Unit Overview Lesson 7 - Unit Overview It also contains three bonus resources: -GCSE Islam - Ethical Debate Generator -A Multiculturalism P4C Session (KS3-4) -A PLC (Personal, Learning Checklist) for this unit Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) Contents may differ slightly from those depicted on the cover photo, which are meant to be a fair illustration of the quality and activities contained in the download. System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
godwin86
Inroducing Christianity - 594 slides-

Inroducing Christianity - 594 slides-

Christianity This Unit of Work contains (494 slides in total): 46 key-terms (on individual slides) with their definition and a picture. Introducing Christianity. The Roman Catholic Church. The Orthodox Church. The Protestant Church. Church buildings - outside. Church buildings -inside. Christmas worship. The Eucharist. The Bible. The birth of Jesus. Jesus dies and rises again. Stories Jesus told. Miracles Jesus worked. How Christianity grew. The saints. Christianity today. Christmas. Easter. Other celebrations. Special occasions (1). Special occasions (2). Questions to revise each section accompanied with research exercises and video clips.
kutepoppygirl95
Easter Assembly Bundle (Holy Week)

Easter Assembly Bundle (Holy Week)

A bundle of 4 Easter assemblies, perfect for using in the weeks leading up to Easter. Each assembly contains a plan and a PowerPoint to help you tell the story. There is a different theme for each assembly to help children think about the true meaning of Easter. The themes are covered through anecdotes and acting to help make each assembly relevant to the children’s lives. The following are included: Palm Sunday (choosing the right path theme) The Last Supper (betrayal theme) Good Friday (sacrifices theme) Easter Sunday (hope theme)
blossomingminds
Easter Assembly - Good Friday - Making Sacrifices

Easter Assembly - Good Friday - Making Sacrifices

This is a plan for an assembly on Good Friday, with a focus on the theme of making sacrifices. There is an optional PowerPoint on the Good Friday story included. The plan is easy to follow and requires no resources, so is perfect for using at the last minute! I like leading assemblies that are interactive, engaging and relevant to the children’s lives. So this assembly involves you telling an anecdote about a recent event, as well as asking for volunteers to perform a school scenario. Children are encouraged to use these stories to think of small sacrifices they can make for others in their own lives. This is then linked to Jesus’s sacrifice on Good Friday. There is a lot of opportunity for children to think about their own experiences and to feedback. There is also an example prayer/reflection to finish with.
blossomingminds
Five Freedoms for Animals Class Poster

Five Freedoms for Animals Class Poster

The five freedoms, sometimes known as Brambell’s five freedoms, are a compact of rights for animals under human control. The five freedoms were originally developed from a UK Government report on livestock husbandry in 1965. The five freedoms are used as the basis for the actions of professional groups, including vets, and have been adopted by representative groups internationally including the World Organisation for Animal Health. What are the Five Freedoms for Animals? Freedom from hunger or thirst by ready access to fresh water and a diet to maintain full health and vigour Freedom from discomfort by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area Freedom from pain, injury or disease by prevention or rapid diagnosis and treatment Freedom to express normal behaviour by providing sufficient space, proper facilities and company of the animal’s own kind Freedom from fear and distress by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering
thinkkind
KS1 Bumper Christianity Lesson Pack - Harvest, Christmas, Lent, Easter and Pentecost

KS1 Bumper Christianity Lesson Pack - Harvest, Christmas, Lent, Easter and Pentecost

***FANTASTIC VALUE*** Teach your KS1 class about every Christian celebration and festival throughout the year, with this bumper lesson pack. Each plan contains detailed instructions, a list of objectives for three levels of ability, a list of resources and cross-curricular links. All lessons are highly interactive. They contain a huge variety of activities, such as poetry writing, art and drama. The following festivals are included: - Harvest (x 2) - Christmas (x 4) - Lent (x 3) - Easter (x 4) -Pentecost (x 3) Perfect to help you teach an entire year's worth of Christianity, with no further preparation! (Each lesson is also available individually or as part of smaller bundles.)
blossomingminds
KS1 Lent and Easter RE Unit - 7 lessons

KS1 Lent and Easter RE Unit - 7 lessons

This resource contains seven lesson plans to teach children all about the Easter story. They can all be used individually or as a whole unit for Lent and Easter. They are suitable for ages 4 -7. The seven lessons are: 1) Ash Wednesday/Start of Lent 2) Lent - Giving Something Up 3) Lent - Doing Good Deeds 4) Palm Sunday 5) The Last Supper 6) Good Friday 7) Easter Sunday Each plan contains detailed instructions, a list of objectives for three levels of abilities, a list of resources and cross-curricular links. The unit contains wide-ranging activities to maintain the children's, from poetry writing, to drama activities, to circle time activities to art projects. Each lesson contains a PowerPoint with a Bible story or relevant facts to help you teach the content of the lesson. There are also templates which can be used for the literacy and art activities. Each lesson is also available individually or as part of smaller bundles for Lent or Easter.
blossomingminds
KS1 Easter RE 4 week unit (Holy Week)

KS1 Easter RE 4 week unit (Holy Week)

This resource contains four lesson plans to teach children all about the Easter story. It is suitable for ages 4 -7. The four lessons are: 1) Palm Sunday 2) The Last Supper 3) Good Friday 4) Easter Sunday Each plan contains detailed instructions, a list of objectives for three levels of abilities, a list of resources and cross-curricular links. All the lessons contain an engaging starter, a whole class discussion or drama activity, written activity and plenary. Each lesson also includes a PowerPoint containing the relevant part of the story. There are templates included which can be used for the literacy and art activities. No further preparation is required. Each lesson is also available individually or as part of a larger bundle.
blossomingminds
KS1 Easter RE Lesson - Good Friday

KS1 Easter RE Lesson - Good Friday

A plan and resources for a KS1 Easter RE lesson on Good Friday, with a focus on emotions. The plan includes details of a paired starter, an introduction to the story, a circle time activity, a simple written activity and a plenary. There are also differentiated targets, curriculum links and details about assessment for learning methods. All activities are highly interactive and make the topic accessible to the children. There is a PowerPoint presentation telling the story and the resource for the starter and written activity are included. The lesson could be used individually or as part of a Lent and Easter RE unit.
blossomingminds
EAL/SEN suffering worksheet

EAL/SEN suffering worksheet

A basic worksheet with three/four activities to help engage EAL/SEN/Lower ability students with the concept of suffering. The lesson is based on the RS GCSE curriculum but can easily be adapted to Key Stage Three or Two. Included are: Word search matching exercise with pictures Key words defined with pictures sentence scaffolding with pictures differentiated tasks
Kahlonsworkshop
KS3 RE - Islam, Christianity, Judaism units

KS3 RE - Islam, Christianity, Judaism units

RE Resources: 3 units of fully resourced, highly-rated lesson packs on Islam, Judaism and Christianity suitable for KS3. All lesson packs are complete with at least one hour-long powerpoint, accompanying differentiated worksheets, clip links with questions, plenaries, clear LOs, starters and all are well differentiated to three levels throughout. These resources have been highly-rated individually by TES users, follow the same consistent format and are easy to follow. There is zero extra work required, you really can just pick them up and teach them. However, they are also fully amendable should you wish to. I use all of these myself as a Head of RE and I really hope you find them excellent value. I've put literally months of time into this to make these lessons top quality for my own school team. I have a 1 YEAR OF RE bundle (36 lessons) available here:1 Year’s worth of RE Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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KS1 Lent Lesson Bundle

KS1 Lent Lesson Bundle

This bundle contains three great lesson plans to teach children all about Lent. It is suitable for ages 5-7. The three lessons are: 1) Ash Wednesday/Start of Lent, 2) Lent - Giving Something Up; and 3) Lent - Doing Good Deeds. Each plan contains detailed instructions, a list of objectives for three levels of abilities, questions and answers for the children, whole class discussions and literacy activities for the children to do at their desks. Each lesson contains a PowerPoint with relevant facts and stories. There are also templates which can be used for the activities so that further preparation is required! Each lesson is also available individually.
blossomingminds
KS1 Lent Lesson Plan and Resources - Giving Something Up

KS1 Lent Lesson Plan and Resources - Giving Something Up

A plan and resources for a KS1 RE lesson on Lent, with a focus on the theme of 'Doing Good Deeds.' The plan includes details of a group starter, a discussion, a game, a simple written activity and a plenary. There are also differentiated targets, a list of resources and curriculum links and details about assessment for learning methods. All activities are highly interactive and make the topic relevant to the children's lives as well as introducing them to some facts about Lent and some events that happened during Jesus' life. There is a PowerPoint presentation about Lent and the resource for the written activity included. The lesson could be used individually or as part of a Lent and Easter RE unit.
blossomingminds
KS2 Bumper Christianity Pack - Lent, Easter, Pentecost, Harvest and Christmas RE Lessons

KS2 Bumper Christianity Pack - Lent, Easter, Pentecost, Harvest and Christmas RE Lessons

***FANTASTIC VALUE*** This resource contains 17 lesson plans and accompanying resources to teach children all about the Christian year. They can all be used individually or as a whole year's RE to teach about Christianity. They are suitable for ages 7 -11. The seven lessons are: Ash Wednesday/Start of Lent Lent - Giving Something Up Lent - Doing Good Deeds Palm Sunday The Last Supper Good Friday Easter Sunday Pentecost x 3 Harvest x 3 Angel Gabriel Visits Mary (Annunciation) The Birth of Jesus The Shepherds Visit Jesus The Wise Men Visit Jesus (Epiphany) Each plan contains detailed instructions, a list of objectives for three levels of abilities, a list of resources and cross-curricular links. The lesson contain wide-ranging activities to maintain the children's, from poetry writing, to drama activities, to philosophical discussions. Each lesson contains a PowerPoint with a Bible story or relevant facts to help you teach the content of the lesson. There are also templates which can be used for the activities. No further preparation is required! Each lesson is also available individually or as part of smaller bundles for Lent, Easter, Pentecost, Harvest or Christmas.
blossomingminds
Christmas Assembly Bundle

Christmas Assembly Bundle

A bundle of 5 Christmas assembly plans, each accompanied by a PowerPoint with facts or a story. All 5 plans are clear and simple, so are perfect for using at the last-minute. The assemblies are interactive and relevant to the children's lives. They involve children listening to anecdotes, acting out different scenarios, having discussions with partners and feeding back ideas. Each plan also contains an example prayer or reflection to finish with. The following assemblies are included in the bundle: Advent Annunciation The birth of Jesus The shepherds visit Jesus The Wise Men visit Jesus (Epiphany)
blossomingminds
The KS3 Buddhism Mega Bundle

The KS3 Buddhism Mega Bundle

This bundle contains everything you need to teach about Buddhism at KS3 level: -A 10 Lesson KS3 Buddhism Course -10 x Video-Learning Sessions about KS3 Buddhism -Buddhism Learning Mats -The Buddhism Ethical Debate Generator It also includes the following bonus resource -‘The Biggest Questions in Philosophy’ P4C Discussion Generator Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
godwin86
Cracker Christmas Bundle

Cracker Christmas Bundle

Ten Advent and Christmas Resources to inspire a creative Christmas in your classroom. These resources are for real learning in Visual Arts, Literacy and RE as you countdown to Christmas. Adaptable for a range of ages and grades and anchored to the elements of art, imaginative and persuasive texts and religious traditions and themes, these resources include many suggestions for adaptation and extension. Time-saving for class and subject teachers. Excellent resources for casual relief (substitute) teachers, and student teachers to have in their "bag of tricks" as the festive season approaches. Also suitable for out-of-school groups and programs. Merry Creative Christmas!
TicktheArtBox
The Eye That Mocks The Father (Journal)

The Eye That Mocks The Father (Journal)

Who Should Use This Journal? • If you are a parent and you are wondering why you are having discipline problems with your children you should use this journal. • If you are in the ministry and want to use it as a Bible study to help those struggling in relationships this journal is for you. • This journal is excellent for youth ministers. • If you are a teen use this journal. • If you want to improve your relationship with your parents use it NOW! • If you are a teen and want to understand your parents better, this journal will help. • This journal will help you learn to forgive, understand, confront, and heal. • You answer the question, think, journal, reflect, and you arrive at your own conclusions that make sense to you. It is a great tool for everyone. • The best part is you do it using the Word of God as your study guide. There is no better guide to follow.
JamesHBurns
Christmas assembly - The birth of Jesus - Refugees theme

Christmas assembly - The birth of Jesus - Refugees theme

This is a plan for a Christmas assembly on the birth of Jesus, with a focus on journeys and refugees. There is an attached PowerPoint with the story and relevant facts for the assembly. The plan is easy to follow and requires no resources, so is perfect for using at the last minute! I like leading assemblies that are interactive, engaging and relevant to the children's lives. So this assembly involves some volunteers acting out the story and a discussion about how refugees make similar journeys to Mary and Joseph. There is a lot of opportunity for children to think about their own experiences, current events and to feedback. There is also an example prayer/reflection to finish with. Please note: The PowerPoint is also available separately from the assembly from Blossoming Minds Teaching Resources.
blossomingminds
Remembrance Day - Time to Remember Assembly and Lesson Ideas

Remembrance Day - Time to Remember Assembly and Lesson Ideas

A brief discussion of the themes behind Remembrance Day and how this can be introduced to young children in Primary Schools and carried forward with older children in Secondary Schools. There is information about the history of Remembrance Day, practical ideas for how to deal with the complex issues with children at an appropriate level and where to find further information. The ideas here can be used in lessons or assemblies, as you feel appropriate and right for your children. It can be tied to RE and PSE curricula.
dcukface
Advent Arts

Advent Arts

Engage in a creative Christmas countdown, while learning in visual arts, literacy and religious education. These activities are adaptable for a range of ages and abilities and encourage creative thinking and expression, visually and verbally.
TicktheArtBox
Compose and Illustrate a Five Senses Christmas Poem

Compose and Illustrate a Five Senses Christmas Poem

Students will be encouraged to think creatively, both verbally and visually with this resource which includes a number of suggestions for variations and extensions and can be adapted to suit a range of grades and abilities. It is suitable for those just being introduced to figurative language to more advanced students. It is a cross-curricula resource, with links to Visual Arts and Religious Education. Suggested thematic variations encourage the students to consider the Christmas experience from other points of view, looking at Christmas in other countries and cultures, and also suggesting a social justice perspective.
TicktheArtBox
Introducing Sikhism - 350 slides in total -

Introducing Sikhism - 350 slides in total -

Sikhism This Unit of Work contains (350 slides in total): - 55 key-terms (on individual slides) with their definition and picture. - Introduction to Sikhism. - Guru Nanak. - Sikh Gurus. - The Khalsa. - The early days of Sikhism. - The Guru Granth Sahib. - The five Ks. - The gurdwara. - Worship in the gurdwara. - The Harimandir Sahib (Golden Temple). - The Five special gurdwaras. Special Occasions - Birth & childhood. - Marriage. - Death. Celebrations - Baisakhi. - Melas. - Gurpurbs. - Being a Sikh. - Also includes: Video links, questions to revise each section & research exercises.
kutepoppygirl95
Christianity

Christianity

This is an unmissable bundle that contains 16 resources that are designed to achieve an ‘outstanding’ using inspection guidance. Included in this pack is: Christian Denominations: his is a Grab & Go Lesson! Zero prep. It is the 4th in the series of resources we are creating for the new RS GCSE. This pack includes: PowerPoint: 34 slides Resource Booklet: 15 Sheets. This lesson is designed to be an overview of the main Christian denominations. The starter activity is based on our Stop the Clock activity on prior learning of Christian key words. This is a really fun activity, pupils love it! Thinking Skills Task: There are 8 slides on the PPT that take pupils through the basics of 8 Christian denominations. It is recommended that these be printed out and either laminated or given to pupils for this Task. Pupils must cut out the statements provided and categorise them on the Christian Denominations placemat (Print this out as A3 to ensure that there is enough room for all of the statements) Religious Vocabulary: Pupils have opportunity to use the Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet to add any additional Key Words they learn during the lesson. Homework Activity: Working in groups of three, pupils must create a teaching aid on the Christian Denominations. Plenary activity: Trump this! There are 12 cards based on the denominations studied during the lesson. The Trinity: This is a Grab & Go Lesson! Zero prep. It is the 5th in the series of resources we are creating for the new RS GCSE. However, it can easily be used with KS3. This pack includes: PowerPoint: 20 slides Resource Booklet: 5 Sheets. This lesson is designed to be an introduction to the concept of the Trinity. Starter activity: Pupils are tasked with making an acrostic poem based on prior learning of three key words. Summarise Task: Pupils are given information about the Trinity and asked to summaries this on an A4 map. There is also a link to a youtube video on the Trinity. They will then be required to condense their learning even more into one paragraph. Religious Vocabulary: Pupils have opportunity to use the Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet to add any additional Key Words they learn during the lesson. Homework Activity: To research facts about Jesus in preparation for their next lesson. Plenary activity: Tweet it. The Last week of Jesus’ Life: Pupils are provided with six events in the last week of Jesus’ life and are tasked with ordering them correctly and writing a sentence about each event. The attached PowerPoint takes you through the narrative with sentences for the lower ability pupils. Enjoy! Introduction to Christianity: This lesson is designed to be a summary of some of the key concepts of Christianity. The starter activity is based on our Conveyor Belt activity and is designed to ascertain pupil prior knowledge. Pupils have to complete a peer assessment task based on this also. This PowerPoint has interactive features in the form of a ‘Fidget Spinner Selector’ whereby different religious concepts can be randomly selected. There is a Christianity placemat that is designed to be enlarged to A3 size for pupils to make notes as they progress through the lesson. Pupils have opportunity to use the Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet to add any additional Key Words they learn during the lesson. Additionally, There is an order activity on the Apostles Creed that can be printed out and laminated for pupils to complete should you wish. The plenary activity is our Rainbow Game interactive activity. There are 20 questions provided for pupils to take part in a class quiz prior to exiting the lesson. You can view a sample of the booklet here http://fliphtml5.com/gonfq/yuzr Jesus- This is your life (2 hour resource): This is a Grab and Go Lesson! Zero prep. It was originally planned to span a 2 hour double lesson, but can easily be split into a series of lessons. It can most definitely be used @ KS3 too! This pack includes: PowerPoint: 73 slides!!! Resource Booklet: 9 Sheets. This lesson is designed to be an overview of the life of Jesus. Starter activity: Give me 5 activity Summary of Task: Pupils are asked to draw what they think Jesus looked like and then watch a 5 min clip on what he probably looked like. There is a handy diagram illustrating the life of Jesus too. Pupils are taken through some facts about his lifestyle. Beat the Teacher: The next task pupils have to find Biblical references about the Messiah (Bibles are needed for this activity). Jesus, this is your life (in 10 mins) The PPT guides pupils through the life of Jesus and the main events that occurred. There is a match up activity on the names of Jesus and a HW task on the I am sayings. Plenary is our Moo or False activity-pupils absolutely love this!! Religious Vocabulary: Pupils have opportunity to use the Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet to add any additional Key Words they learn during the lesson. Homework Activity: To research facts about Jesus in preparation for their next lesson. The Existence of God: The Existence of God. This is a ‘Grab & Go’ Lesson-Zero prep Required and is designed to get pupils thinking about the existence of God through the Ontological Theory. Included: PowerPoint (53 slides) & Work booklet (10 pages) This lesson slots into any year 9 SoW or can be used alongside our GCSE resources designed for the new specification. (This is lesson 5 in the range). This can either be a fast paced 60 minutes or span two lessons. Giving pupils the initial lesson to research and plan and then the second lesson as a P4C lesson to thoroughly debate this topic. It is a fully resourced lesson with PowerPoint and worksheets with a card sort sheet that can either be printed and pupils can cut the information out to stick in their books or you can laminate the cards for group tasks. There is also a help sheet included on how to come up with a convincing argument. Homework: Pupils have to research famous Theist, Atheist and Agnostics and their principles along with some very important religious vocabulary. The aim is for pupils to come up with plausible arguments whether there is or is not a God (using the Ontological Theory as evidence) and to present this in a group discussion. The History of Christianity: This is a Grab & Go Lesson! Zero prep. This lesson is designed to be a summary of some of the key events in Christian history. It is the 3rd in the series of resources we are creating for the new RS GCSE. The starter activity is based on our the fidget spinner activity from last lesson and is designed to ascertain pupil understanding of last lesson’s topic. There is a Fidget Spinner Placemat that is designed to be enlarged to A3 size for pupils to make notes as they progress through the starter activity. There is also a fidget spinner sheet (without space for notes) that you can print in colour and laminate for classroom use. Pupils have opportunity to use the Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet to add any additional Key Words they learn during the lesson. Additionally, There is an order activity on key events in the Bible and Christianity to date. There are lots of events included to give you the option to use them all or select the events that you would like to include in your own lessons. The plenary activity is our Emoji Graph. Pupils are asked to choose some of the key events in Christian history and create an emoji graph based on this. The number of events for them to choose has been left to your discretion depending on the ability of the class. This PPT also includes a video link to Christianity in our society today. The Death of Jesus: This is an interactive guide surrounding some of the key concepts used to explain the reasons for Jesus’ sacrifice. Pupils will have use of a poem, Biblical quotes and these key terms to discuss, analyse and select the most relevant information relating to the beliefs about death in Christianity. They will then be tasked with answering an exam style question: “Explain why the death of Jesus is important? (4)” Life after Death Quotes: This is a single resource sheet that includes Biblical quotes that are based on life after death. We usually give these to pupils at the beginning of the topic so that they can refer to them when we are studying different aspects of the beliefs, teachings and practices that surround death. This is particularly useful when pupils are answering exam style questions. They can refer to this sheet to help them support their answers with Biblical teachings. We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite’s Shop click the’Follow this Author button’ . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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KS1 Christmas RE Unit - 4 lessons

KS1 Christmas RE Unit - 4 lessons

This is a pack of four RE plans, perfect for using during the Christmas season. The lessons are aimed at KS1 and are all highly interactive, using a range of enjoyable activities to teach the Christmas story and its messages. The themes that are covered include trust, journeys, gifts and similarities and differences. Each lesson includes a detailed plan with learning objectives, as well as a PowerPoint presentation telling the story. The Christmas story is split into the following lessons: Angel Gabriel visits Mary The birth of Christ The shepherds visit Jesus The Wise Men visit Jesus
blossomingminds
KS1 Christmas RE lesson - The birth of Jesus

KS1 Christmas RE lesson - The birth of Jesus

This is a plan for a lesson about the birth of Jesus, with a focus on the journey to Bethlehem. It is suitable for using with Key Stage 1. The plan includes a starter, a drama activity, a written activity and a plenary. There is a PowerPoint presentation of the story to use. The lesson could be used individually or as part of a Christmas RE unit. (The PowerPoint is also available without the lesson plan for £3 on Blossoming Minds' shop.)
blossomingminds
6 x Video Learning Worksheets (RE / RS)

6 x Video Learning Worksheets (RE / RS)

This download includes 6 video-learning worksheets. They are designed for RE/RS teachers: 3 are A4 and 3 are A3, both are double-sided. Just give the students the worksheets and play a documentary or video-playlist of your choosing. They are suitable for any religion and any topic at all key-stages. Just pick a worksheet from the six for students to add to: all you need to do is occasionally pause to check learning (or adds details if they struggle to multi-task!) and maintain a bit of classroom presence to check that they are adding details. Perfectly useful for KS3, KS4 or KS5.
godwin86
REligious Education KS3 Charity

REligious Education KS3 Charity

Assessment pack- SOW, Learning Plan, End and Mid-topic assessment, Assessment prep lesson. Causes of poverty; Christian teachings- Sermon on the Mount; Christian teachings- Sheep and Goats; Christian Aid; CAFOD (x2) Send my friend to school (x2) The SVP St Francis House; WaterAid;
MissREteacherManchester
KS3 Charity- Water Aid

KS3 Charity- Water Aid

To recognise the work that WaterAid do; To describe why lack of water is an issue in the world; To explain the importance of the role of WaterAid in ensuring people have access to clean water
MissREteacherManchester