Capital punishment

Capital punishment

Intro to capital punishment. This lesson looks at what capital punishment is and the reasoning for and against it. Students reflect on a series of high profile case studies and consider whether they feel capital punishment can be just. Links to RS edexcel syllabus.
loustinch
Nature of euthanasia

Nature of euthanasia

Euthanasia introduction. This lesson gives an introduction to what euthanasia is, the law and some of the key arguments for and against it. It has some differentiated resources suitable for supporting very weak students. It links to the edexcel syllabus.
loustinch
AQA AS RS Religion and Ethics 1 student booklets and teacher notes

AQA AS RS Religion and Ethics 1 student booklets and teacher notes

Student booklets and teacher notes to support anyone teaching AQA Religious Studies – Religion and Ethics 1 RSS01. (Update June 2016 - note that this resource is for the outgoing specification, although plenty of the content will still be relevant.) Included; • 4 gapped booklets on the four topics; Utilitarianism, Situation Ethics, Religious Teachings on the Nature and Value of Human Life, Abortion and Euthanasia. • Detailed teacher notes • PDF and customisable Word Doc. versions What it is useful for; • Focused note taking to guide students through essential ideas for the exam. • Ideal revision resource. • Great resource to help structure the course for new or seasoned teacher. • Customisable. • Booklets are dyslexic friendly. This resource has been written by an experienced RS A level teacher who has taught exclusively at this level for 12 years and also has resources published by educational publisher ZigZag Education.
MJBee
English Correction Code for Subjects

English Correction Code for Subjects

Marking work should be consistent and show students how they can improve. according to Ofsted (Outstanding Teacher). Using this code, teachers have the ability to do exactly that. This will show students how their work is marked and what it means. This can and should be used for any subject. The aim of marking is not to correct the students work for them, as this does not let the pupil improve. Using this framework, we can do exactly that.
mcwjbanner
Working conditions in LEDCs

Working conditions in LEDCs

This is a card sort for students to look at working conditions and explain why they cause problems in LEDCs. Students can explain judgements on the biggest problems. More able students are invited to explain how to overcome these problems to improve working conditions, and what barriers to change exist.
lawriepeet
A2 Virtue Ethics Game: Sala Dei Nove Interpretation

A2 Virtue Ethics Game: Sala Dei Nove Interpretation

The Sala Dei Nove is a series of Frescos in the Council Chambers of Sienna. They are entitled 'Allegory of Good Government', 'Allegory of Bad Government', 'The effect of Good Government' and 'The effect of Bad Government'. The example appears in the AQA RS textbook and this task is designed to help students identity key features of the frescos. This resource includes three high resolution images of the frescos and a number of small cards to place onto the pictures as annotation. I include an annotated version as an answer sheet or hand-out. Print the frescos onto A3 and provide these to each group. Give a set of the cards (printed A4) and ask the students to place the cards onto the pictures. In doing so, students should come to an understanding of the utility of the frescos to the Council of Nine and the people of Sienna. All images shared freely by Wikipedia as faithful reproductions of images in the public domain.
toddbeamish