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Baptism (10/14)

Baptism (10/14)

A new scheme of work aimed at KS3 Y7. This unit of work will be a Chronology of Monotheism. Starting with Genesis, moving through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each religion will cover Key religious figures, information on their holy book and a rite of passage/religious practice. The aim of this unit is to compliment our GCSE curriculum in which we study Christianity and Islam. The learning journey for the unit is included. Baptism: An introduction to the concept of the 7 sacraments. The lesson then looks at the difference between infant and believer baptism. Considering why someone would choose to baptise their child. Main activity encourages students to write aletter of advice to a pregnant woman considering baptism for her child. There is some further reading to encourage challenge and literacy development.
SquishyResources
Eduqas A level model essay on the Trinity (AO1 AO2)

Eduqas A level model essay on the Trinity (AO1 AO2)

This is a modelled answer on the Trinity with a task for the following question for Eduqas Spec: a) Examine the origin and significance of the Trinity (20) b) ‘The Trinity is not necessary to understand God.’ Evaluate this statement (30)
lazz_mac
Christian Denominations (9/14)

Christian Denominations (9/14)

A new scheme of work aimed at KS3 Y7. This unit of work will be a Chronology of Monotheism. Starting with Genesis, moving through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each religion will cover Key religious figures, information on their holy book and a rite of passage/religious practice. The aim of this unit is to compliment our GCSE curriculum in which we study Christianity and Islam. The learning journey for the unit is included. Christian Denominations: Looking at how Christianity split and became different denominations. Using chocolate and football analogies. Students complete a market place activity to look at the different denominations and then complete a fact file.
SquishyResources
Artwork in Catholicism

Artwork in Catholicism

created for edexcel spec A Group activities personal reflection video clips interpretation of artwork exam style question assessment
joanna_lee700
Sin and Crime

Sin and Crime

Lesson explaining the reasons we need laws and rules Catechism quotes about the difference between a sin and a crime Activities Exam style questions
joanna_lee700
Kosher Food laws

Kosher Food laws

Created for Edexcel spec B Kosher food laws Video clips Starter activities Class discussion points Baseline assessment Sources of wisdom and authority
joanna_lee700
Catholic Church architecture

Catholic Church architecture

Created for Edexcel Spec A Religious Studies Powerpoint Note page Exam style question assessment sheet Video clips Class activities Reflection activity Sources of wisdom and authority
joanna_lee700
An Introduction to the History of Islam

An Introduction to the History of Islam

This bundle consists of three different presentations on: The early life of Muhammad. The development of Islam. The spread of Islam. Each resource consists of a PowerPoint Presentation that uses bright attractive colours and pictures throughout. At the end of each presentation there is a questions section that can either be used for orally or for written work at the end of the lesson. Additionally each presentation uses ‘thought bubbles’ throughout to highlight key questions and points of interest.
katiemurphy111
What's it like to be a Muslim in the UK in 2018?

What's it like to be a Muslim in the UK in 2018?

KS3 RE lesson on the positive and negative experiences Muslims face in the UK in 2018. Pupils work through the basics of Islamic belief and ideas, then use these to establish what positive opportunities Muslims experience in modern Britain, and how difficult some things like just eating in MacDonalds or doing PE at school during Ramadan can be. Pupils then consider further reasons why Muslims can face difficulties linked to how people have misinterpreted the term Jihad in the media. The outcome is an extended piece of writing. Please note that the true/false cards and the sorting statements are from a resource by Danielle99 and so this resource is free - I’d rather not capitalise from other’s work!
bernardmanning1
Places of Worship

Places of Worship

A lesson on the places of worship with a focus on the Mosque as well as the Catholic Church. There is extra information in the notes section for teachers to refer to and videos that the teacher can show students - feel free to tweak to your liking!
flyporsh
Christianity - Historical sources for Jesus

Christianity - Historical sources for Jesus

This is a presentation about the historical sources about the life and death of Jesus. It covers the meaning of different kinds of historical sources (primary and secondary) as well as contemporaneous historical sources from the time of Jesus. This is suitable for one full lesson period. Learning objectives are included at the start of the presentation. This lesson can be used for KS3 or KS4 or Junior and Leaving Certificate in either a denominational or non-denominational classroom setting.
katiemurphy111
Islam - The Spread of Islam

Islam - The Spread of Islam

This is a presentation about the spread of Islam after the death of Muhammad. It covers from the time of his death until the last of the Four Rightly-Guided Caliphs. This is suitable for one full lesson period. Learning objectives are included at the start of the presentation. It also includes questions at the end of the presentation that can either be completed orally by the students, or as a full writing activity. There are plenty of thought bubbles throughout the presentation for further discussion of important ideas with the class. This lesson can be used for KS3 or KS4 in either a denominational or non-denominational classroom setting.
katiemurphy111
Islam - The Development of Islam

Islam - The Development of Islam

This is a presentation about the development of Islam under the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad. It covers from the time of his revelation until his death in 632 CE. This is suitable for one full lesson period. Learning objectives are included at the start of the presentation. It also includes questions at the end of the presentation that can either be completed orally by the students, or as a full writing activity. There are plenty of thought bubbles throughout the presentation for further discussion of important ideas with the class. This lesson can be used for KS3 or KS4 in either a denominational or non-denominational classroom setting.
katiemurphy111
Islam  - Early Years of the Prophet Muhammad

Islam - Early Years of the Prophet Muhammad

This is a presentation about the early years of the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad. It covers Arabia from the time of his birth up until his revelation from God. This is suitable for one full lesson period. Learning objectives are included at the start of the presentation. It also includes questions at the end of the presentation that can either be completed orally by the students, or as a full writing activity. There are plenty of thought bubbles throughout the presentation for further discussion of important ideas with the class. This lesson can be used for KS3 or KS4 in either a denominational or non-denominational classroom setting.
katiemurphy111
Ramadan 2018 - with Widgit Symbols

Ramadan 2018 - with Widgit Symbols

Ramadan 2018 - with Widgit Symbols Resources for Islamic Holy month of Ramadan. 13 activities including a Ramadan calendar, story, flashcards word search and information on Ramadan. This resource was created in InPrint 3 Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.
Widgit_Software
GCSE Knowledge Organisers x4 - Islam

GCSE Knowledge Organisers x4 - Islam

These great revision tools enable pupils to revise content, key words and quotes. They can be used alongside a unit or in revision in the run up to the exam. All my students have given good feedback about using them. I often give them these sheets with missing boxes to test learning or ask them to form points and development from a quote. Works well with all abilities This bundle includes all of the topics for Religion, peace and conflict through Islam.
TeacherofThought
Revision Notes on Natural Moral Law (Edexcel A Level)

Revision Notes on Natural Moral Law (Edexcel A Level)

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Aristotle and Aquinas - Four Levels of Law, Importance of Reason, Reason and Revelation, Real and Apparent Goods, Interior and Exterior Acts, The Catechism of the Catholic Church, Strengths of NML and Weaknesses of NML.
jh081326
Meta Ethics Knowledge Organiser

Meta Ethics Knowledge Organiser

Everything students need to known for AQA RE A Meta Ethics in a handy double page spread. All A01 and A02 content is covered, with practise questions based on AQA assessment resources.
RuthMunday