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WJEC GCSE Religious Studies Theme 4 - Issues of Human Rights -Islam

WJEC GCSE Religious Studies Theme 4 - Issues of Human Rights -Islam

This is a set of revision sheets for WJEC GCSE Religious Studies for Theme 4 - Issues of Human Rights - studied from the Islamic perspective. It takes into account the question forms asked in the published SAMS, presenting material to support revision for the angles of questioning they pose. So it covers key terms, key and other teachings, general and specific religious information to do with each topic, and examples of diversity in belief/ practice. The reverse of each two-sided sheet provides guidance on answering each of the question types from the SAMS - so that students can become more familiar and so comfortable with the topics in exam terms. There are a number of sample questions for students to practise with in each format. The sheets can be used as a revision tool at home, as notes for class, to set homework from the questions on there. They also form a good basic level of knowledge for any teacher, and good examples of questions which can be explored with classes.
Charliebgood
WJEC GCSE Religious Studies Theme 4 - Issues of Human Rights - Christianity

WJEC GCSE Religious Studies Theme 4 - Issues of Human Rights - Christianity

This is a set of revision sheets for WJEC GCSE Religious Studies for Theme 4 - Issues of Human Rights - studied from the Christian perspective. It takes into account the question forms asked in the published SAMS, presenting material to support revision for the angles of questioning they pose. So it covers key terms, key and other teachings, general and specific religious information to do with each topic, and examples of diversity in belief/ practice. The reverse of each two-sided sheet provides guidance on answering each of the question types from the SAMS - so that students can become more familiar and so comfortable with the topics in exam terms. There are a number of sample questions for students to practise with in each format. The sheets can be used as a revision tool at home, as notes for class, to set homework from the questions on there. They also form a good basic level of knowledge for any teacher, and good examples of questions which can be explored with classes.
Charliebgood
Religious Studies A2 Edexcel Ethics - Unit 6 Medical Ethics Session 1

Religious Studies A2 Edexcel Ethics - Unit 6 Medical Ethics Session 1

In this first lesson of the Medical Ethics unit the main areas of study are looked at. Concepts such as Sanctity of Life, Quality of Life and Personhood are all taught and informally tested for progress and understanding. There are slides which lead the subject through issues and also covers the idea of 'When does life begin?'. At the end there is a task sheet to test skills, knowledge and understanding. I have also included the MTP which includes the sessions as they appear and the home assignments that will be set for each. In short this is the first lesson of what will be a whole unit when I have finished writing it!
Nc55evans
How Moral Are You? (PowerPoint with video)

How Moral Are You? (PowerPoint with video)

The students love this! A PowerPoint and video looking at being moral and moral dilemmas. The PowerPoint has definitions, explanations, group activities and a number of interesting, fun dilemmas the students can debate for hours!
SteveNoyce1
Jewish Identity Unit

Jewish Identity Unit

A series of four fully resourced lessons which could be used surrounding Holocaust Memorial material. Suitable for KS3 especially, these lessons contain stimulating questions and activities. Powerpoints, audio visual material and worksheets can be used as distinct unit around Holocaust Memorial Day in the month of January.
hundredacre15
Why should we keep the memory of The Holocaust alive?

Why should we keep the memory of The Holocaust alive?

Complete with a personal account, this fully resourced lesson poses the important question about why The Holocaust should be remembered with such significance. Powerpoint contains stimulating questions, activities along with thoughtful and reflective audio visual material.Differentiated task sheets included too. Can be used as part of a resource bundle entitled "Why should we commemorate The Holocaust"?
hundredacre15
What was Jewish life like before The Holocaust?

What was Jewish life like before The Holocaust?

Fully resourced lesson concerning aspects of wartime Jewish Life. Focus is upon how the Jews as communities lived their lives before the events of The Holocaust. Not designed as a comprehensive study but rather as a snapshot exploring the positives before the negatives. Complete with detailed powerpoint stimulus questions, activities and audio visual material to gauge reaction with discussion.Can be used as part of a resource bundle entitled "Why should we commemorate The Holocaust?"
hundredacre15
What do we mean by "Covenant"?

What do we mean by "Covenant"?

The Roommate Agreement from "The Big Bang Theory" helps to explore the concept of Covenant within Judaism. Fully resourced lesson focussing upon promises - especially for Abraham, Noah and Moses. Complete with audio visual material, powerpoint, activities and moments to check progress and understanding. Part of a resource bundle entitled "Why should we commemorate The Holocaust?"
hundredacre15
What do we know about the Jews?

What do we know about the Jews?

Fully resourced lesson concerning Jewish identity and issues surrounding aspects of Jewish faith and culture. Focuses upon differing elements of Jewish communities within the UK too. Complete with audio visual material, powerpoint, lesson objectives and sections to check progress. Part of a bundle resource entitled " Why should we commemorate The Holocaust?"
hundredacre15
AQA RS - ISLAM AND CHRISTIANITY TEACHINGS GUIDE

AQA RS - ISLAM AND CHRISTIANITY TEACHINGS GUIDE

This is an excellent resource aimed at improving pupils knowledge of the religious teachings needed to score a 9 in the new AQA GCSE. It gives essential quotations in once place for: +Christianity Beliefs and Practices +Islam Beliefs and Practices +Themes B, C, D and E from Christian and Muslim perspectives (apart from theme C which requires atheist views. My pupils have this as the indispensable resource for improvement and have it alongside them whenever they are answering questions. Part of the strength is that they need to engage with the quotations/teachings by explaining what they mean and how they relate to the topics. Essential for 8 and 9 grades. I have been using this for more than five years, across various specifications, to great effect.
chartere23