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Love Collection

Love Collection

A collection of materials concerning Love and its impact in life Assemblies and a lesson about Loving your neighbour All good sellers individually so why not grab the bundle !
hundredacre15
GCSE KS3 Ethics - looking into Relative and Morality

GCSE KS3 Ethics - looking into Relative and Morality

This lesson can be adapted for high end KS3 and GCSE. It explores situation ethics and what Relative morality is. It combines dilemmas and there is a created game that can be played with moral dilemmas, exploring what different theories would do in a situation. Lots of activities included.
g.enga
GCSE new Sanctity of life and Quality of life

GCSE new Sanctity of life and Quality of life

This combines both the concept of Sanctity of life and Quality of life in a religious context. It explores the idea of Marry Anne Warren and Judith Thomason, both scholars who debate the topic. This topic also provides ideas by Peter Singer and Helga Kuhse on the area of QOL and SOL. It is for high end students and A level but could be adapted. There are 18 slides with worksheets for GCSE.
g.enga
New GCSE religious education Catholic Sanctity of life

New GCSE religious education Catholic Sanctity of life

This is for the new GCSE on sanctity of life. Learning objectives are You will know what is meant by the term Sanctity of life You will be able to extract and retell four facts about the Sanctity of life You will be able to evaluate what the issues are surrounding the Sanctity of life Looks into the concept of abortion and Euthansia with the idea of exploring this within the topic of Sanctity of life
g.enga
A level Ethics - Butler and Conscience with Psychology view

A level Ethics - Butler and Conscience with Psychology view

Looking at the idea of Conscience from a psychology perspective. Exploring ideas from Piaget and Kohlberg as well as Fromm– Authoritarian Conscience and Fromm – Humanistic Conscience. Worksheets are within the presentation as well as a summary of different scholar view points.
g.enga
Ethics A level Libertarianism and determinism

Ethics A level Libertarianism and determinism

This is a powerpoint presentation consisting of a lesson on Libertarianism and determinism which has 7 slides. The first powerpoint is an introduction lesson and consolidates what has previously been taught. It has definitions and case studies to help explain key terms. It also has a second lesson on Libertarianism and incompatibilism which explores the views of Peter Van Inwagen and Darrow, Honderich and Jean-Paul Sartre in terms to both concepts. Furthermore, this presentation explores the idea of The personality and the moral self whilst providing worksheets for the pupils to make notes and learn.
g.enga
Eduqas Relationships: Introduction Lesson and Key Concept Words

Eduqas Relationships: Introduction Lesson and Key Concept Words

Full lesson (roughly 1-1.5 hours) as part of the Issues of Relationships unit of the Eduqas Philosophy and Ethics spec. Lesson includes: Starter Homework Title, LOs and outcomes 3D learning objectives Knowledge tasks Apply tasks (exam questions with technique) Plenary Created with the WJEC / Eduqas RS GCSE in mind, though can be applied across specifications and qualifications. As an examiner for this specification, I have used what I know of the course to create this resource. Please give feedback! I am always happy to respond to comments - whether positive or constructive - this will help to improve the quality of my resources in the future and, more importantly, the quality of pupils’ RE/RS education in general - which is what we’re all here for!
CreativeRE
Predestination A level AQA

Predestination A level AQA

This is a powerpoint explores the concept of free will and the religious aspects to this. It looks at the idea of predestination and explores the different scholar ideas and theories. McGrath, Augustine of Hippo, St. Thomas Aquinas to name a few. There are different questions and tasks involving group discussion.
g.enga
A level Ethics bundle of Free will and determinism

A level Ethics bundle of Free will and determinism

This is a bundle of resources that have the scholars and infomration needed to teach A level Ethics. It consists of three documents of the scholars needed to know for the topic. As well as test sheet to give to the pupils to check learning. It has a presentation with case studies and ideas that consist of 14 slides. This can be adapted for GCSE.
g.enga
Ethics A level OCR- Free will and determinism

Ethics A level OCR- Free will and determinism

This presentation consists of 14 slides with lots of case studies to help explore the concept of Free will and whether we are truely free. This is an introduction to the topic and could easily be adapted for GCSE.
g.enga
OCR A Level Religious studies NEW SPEC entire notes and essay plans for Ethics Philosophy Theology

OCR A Level Religious studies NEW SPEC entire notes and essay plans for Ethics Philosophy Theology

A complete and comprehensive list of scholars and notes for all topics of the OCR New Religious Studies A Level. As well as essay plans for every thinking point on the spec. Everything needed factually to get an A* Has taken me around 6 months to create all these and are tailored specifically to answer essay questions THIS IS NOT A TEXTBOOK IT IS A VAST RANGE OF SCHOLARLY VIEWS AND ESSAY PLANS FOR ETHICS PHILOSOPHY AND DEVELOPMENTS IN CHRISTIAN THOUGHT
Azainah1
Status of Women - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Human Rights & Social Justice) Gender L3/7

Status of Women - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Human Rights & Social Justice) Gender L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme E: ‘Religion, Human Rights & Social Justice’ and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about the status of women. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Capital Punishment - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Crime & Punishment) [Death Penalty] L3/7

Capital Punishment - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Crime & Punishment) [Death Penalty] L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme E: ‘Religion, Crime & Punishment’ and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about capital punishment (the death penalty). It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Nuclear Weapons - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion, Peace & Conflict) Theme D - L3/7

Nuclear Weapons - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion, Peace & Conflict) Theme D - L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme D: ‘Religion, Peace & Conflict’ and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Euthanasia - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion & Life ) Theme B - L3/7

Euthanasia - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion & Life ) Theme B - L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme B: ’ Religion & Life’ and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about euthanasia. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Contraception - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Relationships & Families) Theme A - L3/7

Contraception - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Relationships & Families) Theme A - L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme A: Religion, Relationships & Families and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about contraception. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Catholic / Protestant - What is the difference?

Catholic / Protestant - What is the difference?

Two day’s module for RE teaching children the difference between Catholics and Protestants. It can be used for KS2 or KS3. The work is suitable for all ages, but there are some tricky elements to work through with your class. Planning is rigid, but is adaptable. Let me know if there are any improvements you would like.
Hugostrange
Violence, Violent Protest and Terrorism

Violence, Violent Protest and Terrorism

A 1 hour lesson for KS4 students about Violence, protesting and terrorism. Includes a visual stimulus as an entry task, followed up by a clip about the 2011 UK riots. All relevant content taken from the text books to support the teaching of Christianity and Islam. Tasks provided to establish understanding.
parkinsonnf
Fair trade football

Fair trade football

Fully resourced lesson on fair trade football graded outstanding in an observation. A wikipedia page is used to support pupils learning who become ‘authors’ of the page. Ends up in an extended piece of writing. Great for the world cup - really gets the boys engaged.
victoria68mcgowan
Peace, Justice, Forgiveness and Reconciliation

Peace, Justice, Forgiveness and Reconciliation

A KS4 resource introducing the Religion, Peace and Conflict theme. 1 hour lesson. Starter activity is taken from another TES author, however the rest of the presentation is my own work. Starter is very engaging and thought provoking. Relevant content provided from a Christian and Muslim perspective about each of the 4 key terms. Students are to draw out a table and take notes, with a creative task to finish - designing a symbol that reflects the 4 key concepts.
parkinsonnf
Capital Punishment

Capital Punishment

A very well planned and resourced Citizenship/RE lesson on capital punishment. Suitable for both KS3 and KS4 students. Includes various interesting and differentiated activities.
Norhan5
GCSE Judaism: Features of a Synagogue Lesson

GCSE Judaism: Features of a Synagogue Lesson

Lesson intended as a double lesson (roughly 1-1.5 hours) as part of the Judaism Practices Unit. Lesson includes: Starter -Homework 3D learning objectives and differentiated outcomes Model Answer Research Activity TPS and Questions Exam Question with technique Peer Assessment Plenary (Exit Pass) Created with the WJEC / Eduqas RS GCSE in mind, though can be applied across specifications and qualifications. As an examiner for this specification, I have used what I know of the course to create this resource. Please give feedback! I am always happy to respond to comments - whether positive or constructive - this will help to improve the quality of my resources in the future and, more importantly, the quality of pupils’ RE/RS education in general - which is what we’re all here for!
CreativeRE
Multiculturalism and Diversity in the UK

Multiculturalism and Diversity in the UK

A short scheme of work on multiculturalism and diversity. Suitable for form time activities or can be adapted into a Citizenship SOW for both KS3 & KS4. Includes activities and resources on Black History Month.
Norhan5
The Formation of the Gospels

The Formation of the Gospels

This is a PPT about the formation of the Gospels. It is suitable for KS3, KS3, Junior and Leaving Cert. classes. It covers: The life and teaching of Jesus The oral tradition The written Gospels It uses bright and colourful imagery as well as simple language to get the most important points across which means that it can be used in a mixed ability class. It is suitable for both denominational and non-denominational class groups. If you liked this resource, please review and have a look at my other resources!
katiemurphy111
Angels in Islam

Angels in Islam

A very well planned and resourced lesson on Angels in Islam. Was rated ‘Outstanding’ in a recent observation. Suitable for KS3 and GCSE RE.
Norhan5
Sikhism

Sikhism

3 x 1 hour, fully resourced RE lessons which focuses on Sikhism. The lessons are most suitable for KS3 (but have been left editable) and are filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. The pack includes 3x 1 hour long PowerPoints, differentiated challenge activities, worksheets, clips and literacy focus tasks and a quiz. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. You can find many more inexpensive and free RE, Citizenship and PSHE resources at my shop: MORE RE RESOURCES
EC_Resources
Sikhism : The Golden Temple

Sikhism : The Golden Temple

1 hour, fully resourced RE lesson which focuses on the story and background of the Sikh Golden Temple at Amritsar. The lesson is most suitable for KS3 (but has been left editable) and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. The pack includes a 1 hour long PowerPoint, differentiated challenge activities, worksheets, clips and literacy focus tasks. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. You can find many more inexpensive and free RE, Citizenship and PSHE resources at my shop: MORE RE RESOURCES
EC_Resources
Gandhi and the Caste System

Gandhi and the Caste System

This lesson is designed to be adaptable to the needs of your class. It can build on previous knowledge of Gandhi, and works best if that is the case, but can also be used as an introduction to Gandhi’s teaching and life. (To this end, I’ve included a link of him burning the passes and his famous non violence speech that followed it, which are both short and excellent insights into his teaching and philosophy. On non violence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKzKj_8CO2g Burning of the passes (ahimsa):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50gNryy9JnA) It includes extension tasks for able and talented, and differentiated activities including ethical dilemmas, youtube videos, group discussions, treasure hunts as well as written tasks. A broad range of activities, in my experience, always bosters engagement. (there is a need to print 10 slides here) The lesson aims to remind students’ of Gandhi’s teachings and inform them of the Caste system. There is also a short video about Narayanan Krishnan, an inspirational Hindu who has disregarded his Brahmin caste to help untouchables or down and outs in Indian Society. 2 differently worded Learning Objectives here for lower and higher ability or age groups: To remember who Gandhi was. to explain what the caste system was. To know Gandhi’s opinion of the untouchables. To develop and evaluate my own opinion about the caste system. To empathise with people who are in the caste system. Or, for KS4, All will be able to explain what the caste system was, and why Gandhi was against it. Most will be able to relate the situation to contemporary issues re: jobs and status. Some will be able to explain why the caste system became a source of prejudice and discrimination.
DavidFew
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L7 – Divorce and re-marriage

New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L7 – Divorce and re-marriage

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the seventh in a series of lessons that guide students through: ‘Theme B: Religion and Families unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in exercise books Students will analyse statistics on divorce in the UK and will comment on the reasons why people divorce and if the law on divorce in this country is correct Students will research two different teachings on divorce from Christianity and will record teachings and arguments that support each viewpoint on divorce Students will evaluate each viewpoint on divorce in preparation for answering a 12 mark question and will consolidate our learning from this lesson by answering some learning check knowledge questions
njscarlet
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L6 - Religious attitudes - same-sex marriage

New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L6 - Religious attitudes - same-sex marriage

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the sixth in a series of lessons that guide students through: ‘Theme B: Religion and Families unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in your exercise books Students will be introduced to Christian and Buddhist teachings on same sex marriage and homosexuality and will read through some information on these religious teachings and look to plan for a 12 mark question Students will then write out a conclusion to the 12 mark question Students will then read through a model answer and highlight the three arguments for each side and look to improve the conclusions Students will consolidate learning from today’s lesson by answering a 5 mark question and will complete this answer in exercise books
njscarlet
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L5 - The Marriage Ceremony

New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L5 - The Marriage Ceremony

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the fifth in a series of lessons that guide students through: ‘Theme B: Religion and Families unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in exercise books Students will complete a quick revision task (the same as last lesson) and will recall and write down the 7 Sacraments of Christianity Students will then analyse the vows that are taken by the couple getting married and will write down the vows that are taken and decide which vow is the most important and which vow would be the hardest to keep Students will discuss other common features of a Christian marriage ceremony and will discuss why rings are used and what they symbolise Students will write down a quote from Jesus used in marriage ceremonies and explain what is meant by this teaching and will summarise learning on the marriage ceremony by completing a revision mind map Students will summarise our learning from this and last lesson by answering a 5 mark exam question and will answer this question in your exercise books in preparation for the May exams
njscarlet
RE - Theme D: Peace and Conflict - WMDs

RE - Theme D: Peace and Conflict - WMDs

This lesson introduces pupils to the concept of WMDs. The lesson reviews Agent Orange and Hiroshima as case studies of WMDs for pupils to reflect and empathise with. Deterrence is define alongside nuclear deterrence and MAD. This lesson includes: Differentiated written tasks. Discussion and debate. Contextual learning of a modern examples. SMSC Skills. Reflective and Empathy Developing tasks. Creative Research task. Video Analysis. -Research and Summarising skills. Exam Board - AQA Spec A This lesson follows the content recommendations made by AQA. As a dedicated professional I take a lot of pride in the work I create, most of which I have offered on TES free of charge. My free lessons and resources come mostly with 4.5+ star ratings and to be sure of their quality you’re welcome to download them. I offer my charged lessons at the minimum amount as I do not believe in extorting my peers but at the same time I am a professional looking to make ends meet.
CharlesHaydnSlater
How have beliefs changed the world? Charity Christianity Hinduism

How have beliefs changed the world? Charity Christianity Hinduism

How have beliefs changed the world? Worksheets, information sheets, engaging starter, opportunities for discussion and feedback to cut down on your marking. Focus on charity work within Christianity and Hinduism case studies. Worksheet - I print on A3 (2 pages per side)
jbonn02