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GCSE Islam Bundle

GCSE Islam Bundle

Download this for FREE: Existing customers enter VALUEDCUSTOMER New customers enter OUTSTANDINGOCT Codes expire on the 22nd and 31st of October respectively. A collection of resource I put together for those teaching about Islam at GCSE level :)
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Religion, Peace & Conflict - Introduction - L1/10 [GCSE RS - Thematic Studies - Christian Views] D

Religion, Peace & Conflict - Introduction - L1/10 [GCSE RS - Thematic Studies - Christian Views] D

The lesson introduces the ' Religion, Peace & Conflict' theme, providing an overview of the unit's required learning and the essential key-words. It is the first in a series of 10 lessons focusing on the Christian aspect of the thematic study. The lesson is largely structured around the included A3 worksheet but includes a hook, starter, plenary, AfL and discussion/debate activities. This complete lesson was professionally designed for the new AQA Religious Studies GCSE specification. It is for the ' Religion, Peace & Conflict' theme (Theme D). This download includes: -An editable PowerPoint file -A double-sided A3 worksheet (.doc) -A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities We take considerable time making the highest quality lessons and we believe these are the best GCSE Religious Studies resources money can buy, positive reviews are greatly appreciated. Feel free to contact me: godwin86@gmail.com - if you have any questions or requests. PLEASE NOTE: Minimum system requirements: 512MB RAM, 1.5ghz processor. Microsoft Office.
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Christianity Bundle  FREE with code!!!

Christianity Bundle FREE with code!!!

Christianity Bundle Existing purchasers enter code: VALUEDCUSTOMER @ checkout For new purchasers enter code: OUTSTANDINGOCT @ checkout IF YOU EXPERIENCE ANY DIFICULTY WITH THE CODES DUE THE HIGH DEMAND TRY REFRESHING THE PAGE SEVERAL TIMES OR LOG OUT AND BACK IN Get £29.40 worth of resources for FREE with the above code. This is an unmissable bundle that contains 10 of our Christinaity resources that are designed to achieve an 'outstanding' using inspection guidance. Included in this pack is: Christian Denominations: his is a Grab & Go Lesson! Zero prep. It is the 4th in the series of resources we are creating for the new RS GCSE. This pack includes: PowerPoint: 34 slides Resource Booklet: 15 Sheets. This lesson is designed to be an overview of the main Christian denominations. The starter activity is based on our Stop the Clock activity on prior learning of Christian key words. This is a really fun activity, pupils love it! Thinking Skills Task: There are 8 slides on the PPT that take pupils through the basics of 8 Christian denominations. It is recommended that these be printed out and either laminated or given to pupils for this Task. Pupils must cut out the statements provided and categorise them on the Christian Denominations placemat (Print this out as A3 to ensure that there is enough room for all of the statements) Religious Vocabulary: Pupils have opportunity to use the Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet to add any additional Key Words they learn during the lesson. Homework Activity: Working in groups of three, pupils must create a teaching aid on the Christian Denominations. Plenary activity: Trump this! This is based on the game Top Trumps. There are 12 cards based on the denominations studied during the lesson. The Trinity: This is a Grab & Go Lesson! Zero prep. It is the 5th in the series of resources we are creating for the new RS GCSE. However, it can easily be used with KS3. This pack includes: PowerPoint: 20 slides Resource Booklet: 5 Sheets. This lesson is designed to be an introduction to the concept of the Trinity. Starter activity: Pupils are tasked with making an acrostic poem based on prior learning of three key words. Summarise Task: Pupils are given information about the Trinity and asked to summaries this on an A4 map. There is also a link to a youtube video on the Trinity. They will then be required to condense their learning even more into one paragraph. Religious Vocabulary: Pupils have opportunity to use the Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet to add any additional Key Words they learn during the lesson. Homework Activity: To research facts about Jesus in preparation for their next lesson. Plenary activity: Tweet it. The Last week of Jesus' Life: Pupils are provided with six events in the last week of Jesus' life and are tasked with ordering them correctly and writing a sentence about each event. The attached PowerPoint takes you through the narrative with sentences for the lower ability pupils. Enjoy! Introduction to Christianity: This lesson is designed to be a summary of some of the key concepts of Christianity. The starter activity is based on our Conveyor Belt activity and is designed to ascertain pupil prior knowledge. Pupils have to complete a peer assessment task based on this also. This PowerPoint has interactive features in the form of a 'Fidget Spinner Selector' whereby different religious concepts can be randomly selected. There is a Christianity placemat that is designed to be enlarged to A3 size for pupils to make notes as they progress through the lesson. Pupils have opportunity to use the Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet to add any additional Key Words they learn during the lesson. Additionally, There is an order activity on the Apostles Creed that can be printed out and laminated for pupils to complete should you wish. The plenary activity is our Rainbow Game interactive activity. There are 20 questions provided for pupils to take part in a class quiz prior to exiting the lesson. You can view a sample of the booklet here http://fliphtml5.com/gonfq/yuzr Jesus- This is your life (2 hour resource): This is a Grab and Go Lesson! Zero prep. It was originally planned to span a 2 hour double lesson, but can easily be split into a series of lessons. It can most definitely be used @ KS3 too! This pack includes: PowerPoint: 73 slides!!!!! Resource Booklet: 9 Sheets. This lesson is designed to be an overview of the life of Jesus. Starter activity: Give me 5 activity Summary of Task: Pupils are asked to draw what they think Jesus looked like and then watch a 5 min clip on what he probably looked like. There is a handy diagram illustrating the life of Jesus too. Pupils are taken through some facts about his lifestyle. Beat the Teacher: The next task pupils have to find Biblical references about the Messiah (Bibles are needed for this activity). Jesus, this is your life (in 10 mins) The PPT guides pupils through the life of Jesus and the main events that occurred. There is a match up activity on the names of Jesus and a HW task on the I am sayings. Plenary is our Moo or False activity-pupils absolutely love this!! Religious Vocabulary: Pupils have opportunity to use the Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet to add any additional Key Words they learn during the lesson. Homework Activity: To research facts about Jesus in preparation for their next lesson. The Existence of God: The Existence of God. This is a 'Grab & Go' Lesson-Zero prep Required and is designed to get pupils thinking about the existence of God through the Ontological Theory. Included: PowerPoint (53 slides) & Work booklet (10 pages) This lesson slots into any year 9 SoW or can be used alongside our GCSE resources designed for the new specification. (This is lesson 5 in the range). This can either be a fast paced 60 minutes or span two lessons. Giving pupils the initial lesson to research and plan and then the second lesson as a P4C lesson to thoroughly debate this topic. It is a fully resourced lesson with PowerPoint and worksheets with a card sort sheet that can either be printed and pupils can cut the information out to stick in their books or you can laminate the cards for group tasks. There is also a help sheet included on how to come up with a convincing argument. Homework: Pupils have to research famous Theist, Atheist and Agnostics and their principles along with some very important religious vocabulary. The aim is for pupils to come up with plausible arguments whether there is or is not a God (using the Ontological Theory as evidence) and to present this in a group discussion. The History of Christianity: This is a Grab & Go Lesson! Zero prep. This lesson is designed to be a summary of some of the key events in Christian history. It is the 3rd in the series of resources we are creating for the new RS GCSE. The starter activity is based on our the fidget spinner activity from last lesson and is designed to ascertain pupil understanding of last lesson's topic. There is a Fidget Spinner Placemat that is designed to be enlarged to A3 size for pupils to make notes as they progress through the starter activity. There is also a fidget spinner sheet (without space for notes) that you can print in colour and laminate for classroom use. Pupils have opportunity to use the Religious Studies Vocabulary Booklet to add any additional Key Words they learn during the lesson. Additionally, There is an order activity on key events in the Bible and Christianity to date. There are lots of events included to give you the option to use them all or select the events that you would like to include in your own lessons. The plenary activity is our Emoji Graph. Pupils are asked to choose some of the key events in Christian history and create an emoji graph based on this. The number of events for them to choose has been left to your discretion depending on the ability of the class. This PPT also includes a video link to Christianity in our society today. The Death of Jesus: This is an interactive guide surrounding some of the key concepts used to explain the reasons for Jesus' sacrifice. Pupils will have use of a poem, Biblical quotes and these key terms to discuss, analyse and select the most relevant information relating to the beliefs about death in Christianity. They will then be tasked with answering an exam style question: "Explain why the death of Jesus is important? (4)" Life after Death Quotes: This is a single resource sheet that includes Biblical quotes that are based on life after death. We usually give these to pupils at the beginning of the topic so that they can refer to them when we are studying different aspects of the beliefs, teachings and practices that surround death. This is particularly useful when pupils are answering exam style questions. They can refer to this sheet to help them support their answers with Biblical teachings. We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite's Shop click the'Follow this Author button' . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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Christianity: Life after Death

Christianity: Life after Death

This is a single resource sheet that includes Biblical quotes that are based on life after death. We usually give these to pupils at the beginning of the topic so that they can refer to them when we are studying different aspects of the beliefs, teachings and practices that surround death. This is particularly useful when pupils are answering exam style questions. They can refer to this sheet to help them support their answers with Biblical teachings.
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The Just War Theory

The Just War Theory

A lesson to help students explore the Just War Theory and evaluate if they agree with it or not. The lesson includes a group task for students to explore 'JAILSAP' - an anagram for the 7 reasons for war. It includes independent learning, extension tasks, and even a chance for students to make a rap that encompasses the theory. There is also an example rap, composed by yours truly, for general educational and engagement purposes. Key learning questions explored are: What is the just war theory? Do I agree with it? What are the advantages and disadvantages of the theory? Reviews gratefully received
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The Causes of War

The Causes of War

A differentiated resource to help students explore the causes of war, why war exists and if they think it will always exist. This resource includes a board game with cards for students to engage in team work and discussion with each other. The key learning questions explored are as follows: Key questions What causes war? Is war ever justified? Great fro Religious Studies, Citizenship, History or Politics groups, suitable from KS3 and up.
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Religion, Peace & Conflict - Central Debates - L2/10 [GCSE RS - Thematic Studies - Christian Views]

Religion, Peace & Conflict - Central Debates - L2/10 [GCSE RS - Thematic Studies - Christian Views]

This complete lesson was professionally designed for the new AQA Religious Studies GCSE specification. It is for the ' Religion, Peace & Conflict' theme. It is the 2nd in a series of 10 full lessons and you can download them as a bundle to save money. This download includes: -An editable PowerPoint file -A3 Group Worksheets (x6) (.doc) -A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf) The topic of this lesson is CENTRAL DEBATES and it introduces students to the main debates and controversial discussions of the unit as a whole. The lesson features a variety of debate and discussion tasks that serve to introduce students to the unit as a whole. We take considerable time making the highest quality lessons and we believe these are the best GCSE Religious Studies resources money can buy, positive reviews are greatly appreciated. Feel free to contact me: godwin86@gmail.com - if you have any questions or requests. PLEASE NOTE: Minimum system requirements: 512MB RAM, 1.5ghz processor. Microsoft Office.
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AQA Religious Studies: Religion, Peace and Conflict Workbook

AQA Religious Studies: Religion, Peace and Conflict Workbook

This is a workbook indented for independent study or revision for the Theme of Religion, Peace and Conflict, as part of the AQA specification. It is a 50 page document (PDF also included) to support your learners. These workbooks are ideal for independent study or set as topic-specific homework/revision. All exams questions relate to the content discussed and give pupils a chance to practise their answering of exam questions and their exam technique. Resource Includes: - Meaning and significance of justice - Forgiveness and reconciliation - Violence and violent protest - Terrorism - Reasons for war - Cause of war - Peace - Holy war and just war - Victims of war - WMD and Nuclear weapons - Peacekeeping in 21st century conflicts - Peace and pacifism - Religious perspectives covered or referred to (where appropriate) from all 6 major world religions: Christianity/Buddhism/Judaism/Islam/Sikhism/Hinduism - Tasks and questions throughout the booklet - An assortment of 35 exam-style questions after the information of the booklet/workbook Created with the AQA RS GCSE in mind, though can be applied across specifications and qualifications. 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!
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