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KS3 Islam Lesson - The Five Pillars

KS3 Islam Lesson - The Five Pillars

A KS3 lesson designed for Year 8 exploring the five pillars of Islam. There are both lower ability and higher ability versions, along with differentiated resources, included that can be easily adapted to meet the needs of your class.

By terriannisis19

Year 9 Unit of Learning - Why is there evil?

Year 9 Unit of Learning - Why is there evil?

A series of lessons designed for Year 9 exploring the theme 'why is there evil?' Worksheets e.g. source analysis can be found in the PPT's for printing. Please note - The evil project (project-based learning approach) could take place before the final written assessment and the group work can take place over 2-4 lessons. Please e-mail me if you would like to use the resources I used for the Evil Project Source Packs. These included additional information for students on Buddhist, Sikh and Hindu explanations of evil. Lesson 1 - What is Evil? Lesson 2 - Christianity and Evil Lesson 3 - Christianity and Dealing with Evil Lesson 4 - Islam and Evil Lesson 5 - Assessment Lesson 6-8 - Evil Project

By terriannisis19

Introduction to the religion of Islam

Introduction to the religion of Islam

A lesson introducing students to the religion of Islam. This lesson is well structured with a strong emphasis on independent learning, detailed information covering various aspects Islam and essentially everything you need has been provided here. This lesson contains a starer activity, followed by a carousel activity - promoting independent learning, regularly progress checks and finally a plenary to assess the level of progress pupils have made. Differentiation is at the heart of this lesson with learning objectives, outcomes and activities differentiated against pupils levels. This lesson follows a clear sequence and can therefore be used exactly how it has been laid out but can also easily be adapted to meet your classroom needs. There is a great range of information provided - covering different aspects of the religion of Islam.

By RE4all

Muhammad and the Rise of Islam PPT

Muhammad and the Rise of Islam PPT

Excellent 23 slide PPT on Muhammad and the Rise of Islam. It looks at who Muhammad was and how Islam united the Arab people. Lots of images, graphics and maps create an engaging and memorable presentation.

By Polaphuca

Importance of Salah (Prayer) Lesson

Importance of Salah (Prayer) Lesson

This can be used as a full lesson or compressed into half of a lesson also covering the rituals involved in Salah. Includes: Powerpoint of the importance of Salah - covering importance in terms of why Muslim's pray, what qualities it helps to develop, shia-sunni differences and then quote analysis slides with annotations. Lesson Plan for guidance (how to use resources) Sheet of slides to print off for reference or use as a handout (no gaps) Activity sheet for taking notes during powerpoint and annotating quotes covered by the powerpoint

By SarahStubington

Muhammad Lesson

Muhammad Lesson

Includes a 22 slide powerpoint detailing the life and importance of the Prophet Muhammad - including why he is significant to Islam and how his life impacts Muslims today. There is also a handout form of the powerpoint to print off and give to students and a cut out and match up activity to match the traits of Muhammad to how his life evidenced them.

By SarahStubington

Iran (country study)

Iran (country study)

Let’s get to know Iran! This worksheet includes 16 pages with a wide variety of activities and exercises about Iran. The materials have informative exercises about the things that Iran is famous for, such as Ayatollahs, the Iranian Revolution, Islam, the Persian Empire and many other things! Crosswords, word searches, puzzles and other kinds of activities are included to make it a fun and interesting class. Overview: Page 1: Iran in pictures Page 2/3: Introduction Page 4/5: Persian Empire Page 6/7: Zoroastrianism Page 8-10: Islam Page 11: Sunni vs. Shia Page 12: Iranian Revolution Page 13: Ayatollahs Page 14/15: Attractions Page 16: Reflection The answers and an answer sheet are included. You might also like these worksheets: Saudi Arabia Turkey North Korea United States Egypt The Middle East Keywords: Iran, country study, Tehran, Ayatollah Khomeini, Persian Empire, Persepolis, Isfahan, Islam, mosque, Darius the Great, Zoroaster, Zoroastrianism, Shia, Iranian Revolution, Shah, Supreme Leader

By willemmacau

Introduction to Islam

Introduction to Islam

A quiz-quiz-trade style activity to offer a very brief overview/introduction to Islam/Islamic terminology and concepts.

By StevenRS