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KS3 RS World Religions Introduction

KS3 RS World Religions Introduction

Lesson used to introduce rules and expectations in the classroom. Activity for the ‘Big Six’ religions and their key aspects with posters to place around the room. Pupils then cut these up and stick in their book from largest religion to smallest religion. Provide a good basis for the study of world religions.
jbonn02
What is wonderful about the Earth?

What is wonderful about the Earth?

How confusing are optical illusions ? What makes you go “Wow”? What fills you with Awe and Wonder? Fully resourced lesson and powerpoint examining some of these fascinating insights into the world in which we live. Makes reference to religious teachings about how humans should treat the world. Includes valuable David Attenborough video to use to encourage students to link religious teachings to explicit geographical areas and dilemmas from the world in which we live. Part of the Religion and Planet series of lessons.
hundredacre15
What about the origins and importance of life?

What about the origins and importance of life?

Useful lesson exploring some of the issues concerning religious stories about the Creation of the world with a particular emphasis upon how important life is. Lesson is fully resourced with activities, moments for reflection and debate/discussion. Ideal for non examination lesson at KS4 or KS3. Part of Religion and Planet Earth series of lessons.
hundredacre15
RE Unit Planning - Buddhism -Year 3 & 4

RE Unit Planning - Buddhism -Year 3 & 4

**RE Unit Planning for Year 3 or Year 4 - Buddhism ** Children will learn how Buddhists live and celebrate important occasions in their faith. They will explore the Buddhist community and learn about how Buddhists live. Symbolism is an important aspect of Buddhism; therefore children will learn the major symbols of this tradition, while exploring the importance of symbolism in other faiths. Below are the lesson outcomes covered in this unit planning: To learn about the life of Buddha Investigate the significance of Vesak and explore ways Buddhists celebrate it To investigate how Buddhists live their faith To hear and discuss Buddhists stories that have a moral message To explore how Theravadin Buddhists express their faith To explore the concept of community in the Buddhist tradition and beyond To develop an understanding of the symbolism involved in Buddhism There are 7 sessions in total but some sessions could be split over two lessons.
alicepoole1
Buddhism BELIEFS 9-1 The 4NT

Buddhism BELIEFS 9-1 The 4NT

The next few lessons for the AQA 9-1 Buddhism under BELIEFS; The Four Noble Truths - samples questions, cryptrogram puzzle. A few of the slides adapted from another TES member - thank you for sharing!
bellaprathida
Buddhism BELIEFS AQA 9-1

Buddhism BELIEFS AQA 9-1

AQA 9-1 Buddhism BELIEFS Unit - all video clips are embedded. When it states read from textbook, it is the following book: GCSE Religious Studies for AQA A: Buddhism Lesson 1 and 2 - Early Life of the Buddha Lesson 3 and 4 - Asceticism and Enlightenment Lesson 5 - The Way of the Buddha
bellaprathida
Religious Festivals Topic Vocabulary Pack

Religious Festivals Topic Vocabulary Pack

Religious Festivals! This 15-page Religious Festivals TVP will help bring to life your topic! The ninja has carefully selected 4 key areas to study and explore: Chinese New Year, Lent, Diwali and Ramadan! We have created exciting lists of topic-focused nouns, verbs and adjectives to enhance pupil writing. Researched etymologies of religion-related words for you to teach. The ninja has even provided a unique Vocabulary Ninja reward system (including certificates), branded display resources, and blank templates of Synonym Alley and Vocabulary Laboratory activities. The ninja has even supplied two pages of teaching techniques, helping you bring to life each resource.
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