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Line by Line: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Puck's "Thou speakest aright" (2.1)

Line by Line: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Puck's "Thou speakest aright" (2.1)

This video will take you through an excerpt from Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Puck’s monologue beginning “Thou speakest aright” with text and visual annotations. Line by line, you’ll explore Shakespeare’s gift for language and invention. For the complete scene, check out my videos here: http://bit.ly/2J5VtH5 A big thank-you to the following resources. Without such resources, these videos would not have been the same: The New Cambridge Shakespeare, No Fear Shakespeare, the Oxford Shakespeare, and the artists whose work appears in my slides. Please get in touch if you’d like to know the source of any illustration, clip-art, photograph, or animation.
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ETHICS CIVICS: The Morality of DATE GHOSTING ~ Group Discussion Handouts

ETHICS CIVICS: The Morality of DATE GHOSTING ~ Group Discussion Handouts

Date “Ghosting” is a social trickery that is at an all time record high. Explore through group discussion handouts with common- and not-so-common questions concerning its failings. This subject matter is sure to keep your students engaged and up-to-date on current dating trends! Discussion Questionnaires Include: “Ghosting” Defined “Ghosting” Admissions “Ghosting” Traits & Characteristics The MORALITY of “Ghosting” Communication of “Ghosting” Consensus & Group Thoughts
PattyAnnsPetProject
Stanford Prison Experiment Lesson

Stanford Prison Experiment Lesson

The Stanford Prison Experiment offers fascinating insights into power, and the forces that can corrupt all of us. This resource is a single lesson to teach the Stanford Prison Experiment to your students. It includes: Motivation/Anticipatory Set: An interesting hook to get your class interested in the experiment. Application Procedures: A summary of the experiment, discussion questions and a worksheet that can be used as a webquest or to go along with the video. Closure: A fun experiment to end the lesson. *Bonus: includes a one page quick facts sheet
rombop
Tratado sobre las proposiciones categóricas

Tratado sobre las proposiciones categóricas

On categorical propositions, immediate inferences and syllogisms. Remarkable analysis of the elements of the proposition, its classes, identity and opposition of meaning, dealing throughout with singular, modal and multiple quantified cases. Complete treatment of syllogisms, including modal syllogisms, relational syllogisms, virtual syllogisms.
henryjesusleal
El Silogismo Categórico de Boecio

El Silogismo Categórico de Boecio

Useful to students and teachers of Logic, and history of logic. This book is key to the development of Logic in Western Medieval Europe. Originally written in Latin is here presented in Spanish.
henryjesusleal
Card Sort: Does Prison Work?

Card Sort: Does Prison Work?

This thought provocative resource aims to help students assess whether prison sentences work. This is a controversial subject with people from all sides advocating different solutions from longer sentences to rehabilitate prisoners to alternatives stences based in the community. This card sort can be used with a range of abilities and has never failed to get my students excited, engaged, whilst improving their understanding of this difficult topic. When you purchase this resource you will be able to download a single page Microsoft Word document which includes a learning objective, instructions, two headings cards labeled ‘Pros / Adavtanges’ and ‘Cons / Disadvatages’ as well as sixteen information cards to be sorted. At the end of the document there is an extension question designed to help consolidate the lesson. This is a fully editable document which can be customised if necessary to suit your students. The aims of this lesson / activity are: Theme: Crime and Punishment Know: How are people supported in prison? Understand: What are the advantages and disadvantages or sending people to prison? Evaluate: Does prison protect society from crime? WILF - What am I Looking For? Identify and describe - How are people treated in prison? Explain - What are the advantages and disadvantages or sending people to prison? Analyse - Does prison protect society from crime? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow ‘The History Academy’ on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
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OCR A Level Theology: Essay Question Practice Booklet! #GetYourLearnOn

OCR A Level Theology: Essay Question Practice Booklet! #GetYourLearnOn

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don’t really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource OCR A Level Theology: Philosophy of Religion, Religious Ethics and Developments in Christian Thoughts. It is a booklet of all the possible essay titles for the exam. The first page gives a summary of subject, with exam details and how students will be assessed when writing essays. There, is then an explanation of how this booklet should be used. After students, have revised the topic they should be pick a question to answer, to further expand on their knowledge and test themselves to see what they have learnt, by practically applying it to writing essays, as this is how they are assessed. To do this, they should, use a sheet of paper to do the ‘blurt’ method, and then print out and essay planner sheet (See shops!) to plan their essay. They should then write the essay and hand it to the teacher. or, alternatively, you can use this as a guide to form part of your revision plan, or timed essays in class after a topic is taught. For best use, print into a booklet and colour! But you can print in B&W. If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
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@AllRoundRes "YOU'RE BACK IN THE ROOM!" Meta-Ethics Edition! ULTIMATE REVISION SESSION!

@AllRoundRes "YOU'RE BACK IN THE ROOM!" Meta-Ethics Edition! ULTIMATE REVISION SESSION!

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don’t really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource OCR A Level Theology: Religious Ethics, Meta-Ethics. But it could be used for any level or exam board. A FUN, ENGAGING and INFORMATIVE way to help students revise the entire topic of meta ethcis! Helps teachers and students by being fully prepared, animated, and let them learn and teach in a fun and engaging way… In the style of the Hit ITV Show… You’re Back In The Room… entitled 'Meta-Ethics Edition! The ULTIMATE REVISION SESSION!" Great value for money! Revise the entire topic in just 1/2 lessons, depending on your length and how fats you plough through! Takes the format of YBITR, teacher become the presenter… Phillip Schofield (Presenter)! And students play… Keith Barry,(Hypnotist), the hypnotised contestants and the audience. Includes, everything needed to revise and learn/recap! ALSO, included are BONUS features of; A Knowledge Quiz/Test to see what students have learnt/revised and a Brain Break Activity to give students time for a breather through the 3 different rounds. Full instructions of how to play, as well as helpful hints and narrations are provided, by your host Phillip Schofield… AKA You the Teacher!! FULLY ANIMATED, SOUND EFFECTS AND MUSIC, TIMED (In parts) AND READY TO GO! LET US KNOW HOW YOU USED THIS RESOURCE IN YOUR CLASSROOM AND HOW STUDENTS FOUND IT! Let us know via social media… @AllRoundRes… #GetYourLearnOn… #MetaYBITR If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
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Christianity - Revision Sessions (x6) [AS-level OCR Religious Studies, New Specification] 6 Lessons - (The Person of Jesus Christ, Augustine on Human Nature, Christian Moral Action, Christian Moral Principles, Death & The Afterlife, and Knowledge of God's Existence) - COMPLETE SET

Christianity - Revision Sessions (x6) [AS-level OCR Religious Studies, New Specification] 6 Lessons - (The Person of Jesus Christ, Augustine on Human Nature, Christian Moral Action, Christian Moral Principles, Death & The Afterlife, and Knowledge of God's Existence) - COMPLETE SET

A complete set of six revision sessions for each of the six sections of the ‘Christianity’ component of the AS-Level OCR Religious Studies specification (H173/H573). Sessions use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover each section of the specification. The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways: -As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams -Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning -During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs) This revision sessions feature: -A ‘grid of learning’ post-it task (to focus students on the day’s topic and refresh their memories of the basics) -A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper) -A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach] -Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding ‘One thing I am still uncertain about…’ post-it question. The cover picture depicts the quality of the resource: contents and activities may vary slightly between each session. Larger bundles of similar revision sessions can also be purchased: saving you more money. Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
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The Person Of Jesus Christ Detailed Essay Plans for Revision

The Person Of Jesus Christ Detailed Essay Plans for Revision

This resource can be helpful for anyone studying theology or religious education at AS/A2 Level as it contains clear A01 and A02 information which can be embedded into essay’s easily with the guidance provided. Within this resourse you will find key words, significant theologians, various exam style questions and key concepts on ‘The Person Of Jesus Christ’. A breakdown of the A01 and A02 content for each question is considered with sources of wisdom and authority being referred to throughout which can guarantee you a successful essay. Thank you for checking out my revision resources, i would appreciate if you left a rating and any suggestions.
mollysteele1
OCR A Level Theology: Developments in Christian Thought - Son of God Revision Session!

OCR A Level Theology: Developments in Christian Thought - Son of God Revision Session!

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don’t really bother) - I do really value your feedback! ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** I created this resource for A Level OCR Theology course, but it could be used for any exam board. It is a revision PowerPoint, containing some key A01/A02 information on Jesus as the Son of God. It could be used as a handout, for students to make notes and summarise into their own words. Or, it could be used as an example for a flip learning activity, where students take control of their learning. They could do this by summarising what they know and creating a presentation to the rest of the class in groups. Some examples of the content is: Key Terms Key Philosophers Sources of Wisdom and Authority Miracles, Resurrection - Video Wider reading Student task - check their understanding Critiques to refute If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email thomassaunders00@gmail or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
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Utilitarianism Revision Mat

Utilitarianism Revision Mat

Thank you for checking out my revision resources, i would appreciate if you left a rating and any suggestions. This resource can be helpful for anyone studying theology or religious education at AS/A2 Level as it contains clear A01 and A02 information. Within it you will find key words, theologians and key concepts within the topic as well as strengths and weaknesses on the issue that is Utilitarianism.
mollysteele1
How SMSC, PSHE & RSE help learners manage what's important in life

How SMSC, PSHE & RSE help learners manage what's important in life

As human beings, what is of value to us strongly influences our priorities, thinking, choices and actions - although currently many of us are unaware of just how powerful these driving forces are. However matters, such as the state and importance of young people’s mental and physical health and our stewardship of the environment, are changing our understanding of how we are constantly being ‘values led’ and altering our behaviour patterns so as to be more in alignment with what is important to us in life . When underlying VALUES are deliberately identified during the discussions and debates about topics, issues and concerns raised in SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development) and fundamental British Values sessions , PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic education) lessons and RSE (Relationships and Sex Education) slots, young citizens begin to appreciate the significance of how values provide standards, principles and signposts that guide decisions and actions. This understanding then enables them to choose and use values to positively impact all aspects of their own day-to-day lives. In doing so, they become progressively better able to gain essential intellectual, emotional and social skills that allow them to flourish, make good choices, maximise their potential and lead fulfilling lives throughout their school careers and on into their adult lives. See ‘How does VALUES LITERACY enhance young people’s LIFE PROFICIENCY?’ -
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Ethical Egoism (Max Stirner) EDUQAS/WJEC ALevel Ethical Thought

Ethical Egoism (Max Stirner) EDUQAS/WJEC ALevel Ethical Thought

A series of lessons covering Ethical egoism, including reference to Psychological egoism, Ayn Rand and Thomas Hobbes. Also goes into detail concerning Max Stirner’s contribution to the subject. Specifically geared for new A-Level specification for EDUQAS/WJEC. Included PPT that will cover multiple lessons, a range of activities, a comprehensive revision notes worksheet to check students understanding of the topic and knowledge organiser on Max Stirner. Only lesson of its kind of TES!!
sherriedocherty
Was Jesus the Messiah? Whole lesson

Was Jesus the Messiah? Whole lesson

This was designed as part of a KS3 unit of work on Jesus to explore whether Jesus was the messiah. Students start off by considering what a superhero is and link this to Jesus. Students are then provided with resources to find out what the prophets predicted the messiah would be 700 years before Jesus, and compare this to accounts of Jesus in the gospels to decide whether they think Jesus was or was not the messiah. You can put the resources on tables, or around the room as a treasure hunt. Students then write up their evaluation/findings (writing frame provided).
lillycwinch
Revision Trivial Pursuit Game GCSE RS RE

Revision Trivial Pursuit Game GCSE RS RE

A fun and engaging revision game for students - my students love it! I designed this for the AQA Short Course Religious Studies GCSE, however the game board/cards are easily adaptable if you wanted to add or change anything. I purposefully added extra detail to most of the questions so students get more than just simple ‘question/answer’ information. Game includes instructions, game board, question/answer cards and stickers for the cards. Currently, the game covers: Christian beliefs e.g. the nature of God, Trinity, creation, afterlife, salvation, judgement, resurrection, ascension, incarnation etc. Buddhist beliefs e.g. life of the Buddha, different types of Buddhism, dharma, 3 marks of existence, four sights, four noble truths, eightfold path, enlightenment, nirvana etc. **Relationships and families **e.g. sexual relationships, homosexuality, contraception, marriage, divorce, gender equality, polygamy, roles of men and women, nature and purpose of families etc. **Peace and conflict **e.g. war, peace, pacifism, protest, conscientious objection, forgiveness, just war, etc. Please note that the format of the boards/cards don’t appear to be showing in the ‘preview’ as they are in the file, which is set out properly as the board and cards
lillycwinch
Work Scheme on the Ontological Argument (AQA A2 Philosophy of Religion)

Work Scheme on the Ontological Argument (AQA A2 Philosophy of Religion)

This resource is a work scheme on the ontological argument, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the AQA exam board, including the difference between a priori and a posterori arguments; the different versions of the ontological argument; the strengths and weaknesses of the ontological argument; the value of the argument for both believers and nonbelievers; and the relationship between faith and reason. The lessons contain presentations, worksheets, group activities, debates, and an essay-writing tutorial. The revision guide contains revision material, activity questions, essay-writing guidelines, exam-style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
MSBall
Revision: Christianity & Islam Route A - Revision

Revision: Christianity & Islam Route A - Revision

GCSE Revision Islam Revision - FULL Component 1 & 3 GCSE 9-1 EXAM PRACTICE EDUQAS REVIEW THIS RESOURCE AND GET ANOTHER ONE OF YOUR CHOICE FOR FREE! Click here if you would like to download the full GCSE Route A Christianity Pack. Click here if you would like to download the full GCSE Route A Islam Pack. GCSE 9-1 EXAM PRACTICE GCSE Christianity Revision - FULL Component 1 & 2 GCSE 9-1 EXAM PRACTICE Eduqas GCSE Revision This is a bundle of ALL OF the 4 components for Eduqas route A Unit 1 & Unit 2 Christianity. This is an exam question generator bundle of resources for namely: Unit 2: Christianity Unit 1: Relationships Good Vs Evil Human Rights Life after Death With these 5 resources there are 1092 question possibilities Eduqas GCSE ISLAM Revision This is a bundle of ALL OF the 4 components for Eduqas route A Component 1 & Component 3 Islam. This is an exam question generator bundle of resources for namely: Unit 1: Islam… Relationships Good Vs Evil Human Rights Life after Death Component 3 : Beliefs, Teachings and Practices in Islam With these 5 resources there are 1361 question possibilities This is a great resource for getting pupils thinking about how exam questions are formulated. It is designed to get pupils into the mindset of the chief examiner to see how they could word questions based on the 4 questions that are in the exam (a-d Key Words, Describe, Explain & Evaluate). This is also great for revision and keeping pupils ‘on their toes’ as the topic and questions that come up are random. You can copy and paste the Exam Question Generator slide into any presentation you wish or use the slide as a standalone resource. If you like this resource check out… Christianity Revision - Knowledge organiser Revision session Toolkit There are many more resources that you will love in our shop. We hope that you enjoy this resource! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeachElite”>TeachElite’s Shop</a> 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 and Facebook
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GCSE Revision: Islam Revision - FULL Component 1 & 3 GCSE 9-1 EXAM PRACTICE

GCSE Revision: Islam Revision - FULL Component 1 & 3 GCSE 9-1 EXAM PRACTICE

GCSE REVISION : Islam Revision - FULL Component 1 & 3 GCSE 9-1 EXAM PRACTICE REVIEW THIS RESOURCE AND GET ANOTHER ONE OF YOUR CHOICE FOR FREE! Click here if you would like to download the full GCSE Route A Pack (Christianity & Islam)! GCSE 9-1 EXAM PRACTICE Eduqas GCSE ISLAM Revision This is a bundle of ALL OF the 4 components for Eduqas route A Component 1 & Component 3 Islam. This is an exam question generator bundle of resources for namely: Unit 1: Islam… Relationships Good Vs Evil Human Rights Life after Death Component 3 : Beliefs, Teachings and Practices in Islam This is a great resource for getting pupils thinking about how exam questions are formulated. It is designed to get pupils into the mindset of the chief examiner to see how they could word questions based on the 4 questions that are in the exam (a-d Key Words, Describe, Explain & Evaluate). This is also great for revision and keeping pupils ‘on their toes’ as the topic and questions that come up are random. You can copy and paste the Exam Question Generator slide into any presentation you wish or use the slide as a standalone resource. With these 5 resources there are 1361 question possibilities If you like this resource check out… Christianity Revision - Knowledge organiser Revision session Toolkit There are many more resources that you will love in our shop. We hope that you enjoy this resource! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeachElite”>TeachElite’s Shop</a> 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 and Facebook
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GCSE Revision- Islam Component 3 (World Religions)

GCSE Revision- Islam Component 3 (World Religions)

**GCSE Revision: Islam (EDUQAS) -Component 3 Exam Question Generator ** This is a great resource for getting pupils thinking about how exam questions are formulated. It is designed to get pupils into the mindset of the chief examiner to see how they could word questions based on the 4 questions that are in the exam (a-d Key Words, Describe, Explain & Evaluate). This is also great for revision and keeping pupils ‘on their toes’ as the topic and questions that come up are random. You can copy and paste the Exam Question Generator slide into any presentation you wish or use the slide as a standalone resource. The Exam Question Generator will generate the start of an exam question and an area of content that you have taught the pupils for Component 3: Islam. This will then enable you and/or the class to come up with an exam style question based on the selected question and topic generated. There are 9 question options (a-d) Contained in the selector are 71 topics based on Islamic beliefs, teachings and practices. That’s over 648 question combinations!!! There is also a separate revision selector for the 9 key terms that pupils need to know for part a questions. If you like this resource check out… Christianity Revision - Knowledge organiser Revision session Toolkit There are many more resources that you will love in our shop. We hope that you enjoy this resource! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeachElite”>TeachElite’s Shop</a> 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 and Facebook
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GCSE Islam Revision- Human Rights

GCSE Islam Revision- Human Rights

**Eduqas Revision: GCSE Islam- Human Rights Exam Question Generator ** This is a great resource for getting pupils thinking about how exam questions are formulated. It is designed to get pupils into the mindset of the chief examiner to see how they could word questions based on the 4 questions that are in the exam (a-d Key Words, Describe, Explain & Evaluate). This is also great for revision and keeping pupils ‘on their toes’ as the topic and questions that come up are random. You can copy and paste the Exam Question Generator slide into any presentation you wish or use the slide as a standalone resource. The Exam Question Generator will generate the start of an exam question and an area of content that you have taught the pupils for Component 1:Human Rights. This will then enable you and/or the class to come up with an exam style question based on the selected question and topic generated. There are 9 question options (a-d) Contained in the selector are 15 topics based on Islamic & Secular Ethical & Philosophical Topics. That’s over 143 question combinations!!! There is also a separate revision selector for the 8 key terms that pupils need to know for part a questions. If you like this resource check out… [Christianity Revision - Knowledge organiser](htt
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GCSE Islam Revision - Relationships

GCSE Islam Revision - Relationships

**Eduqas Revision: GCSE Islam- Relationships Exam Question Generator ** REVIEW THIS RESOURCE AND REQUEST ANOTHER OF YOUR CHOICE FOR FREE! This is a great resource for getting pupils thinking about how exam questions are formulated. It is designed to get pupils into the mindset of the chief examiner to see how they could word questions based on the 4 questions that are in the exam (a-d Key Words, Describe, Explain & Evaluate). This is also great for revision and keeping pupils ‘on their toes’ as the topic and questions that come up are random. You can copy and paste the Exam Question Generator slide into any presentation you wish or use the slide as a standalone resource. The Exam Question Generator will generate the start of an exam question and an area of content that you have taught the pupils for Component 1: Relationships. This will then enable you and/or the class to come up with an exam style question based on the selected question and topic generated. There are 9 question options (a-d) Contained in the selector are 17 topics based on Islamic & Secular Ethical & Philosophical Topics. That’s over 158 question combinations!!! There is also a separate revision selector for the 8 key terms that pupils need to know for part a questions. If you like this resource check out… Christianity Revision - Knowledge organiser Revision session Toolkit There are many more resources that you will love in our shop. We hope that you enjoy this resource! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeachElite”>TeachElite’s Shop</a> 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 and
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Work Scheme on the Problem of Evil (WJEC AS Philosophy of Religion)

Work Scheme on the Problem of Evil (WJEC AS Philosophy of Religion)

This resource is a work scheme on religious language, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the WJEC exam board, including the logical and evidential problem of evil, the Augustian theodicy, the soul-making theodicy, the process theodicy, and the free will defence. The lessons contain presentations, worksheets, group activities, debates, and an essay-writing workshop. The 50-page revision guide contains revision material, activity questions, essay-writing guidelines, exam-style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
MSBall
Work Scheme on the Problem of Evil (AQA A2 Philosophy of Religion)

Work Scheme on the Problem of Evil (AQA A2 Philosophy of Religion)

This resource is a work scheme on religious language, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the AQA exam board, including the logical and evidential problem of evil, the Augustian theodicy, the soul-making theodicy, the process theodicy, and the free will defence. The lessons contain presentations, worksheets, group activities, debates, and an essay-writing workshop. The 50-page revision guide contains revision material, activity questions, essay-writing guidelines, exam-style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
MSBall
Work Scheme on Religious Language (OCR A2 Philosophy of Religion)

Work Scheme on Religious Language (OCR A2 Philosophy of Religion)

This resource is a work scheme on religious language, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the OCR exam board, including verificationism, falsificationism, via negativa, language games, analogy, myths, symbols and metaphors, and the debate on whether we can talk about God meaningfully. The lessons contain presentations, worksheets, group activities, debates, and an essay-writing workshop. The 70-page revision guide contains revision material, activity questions, essay-writing guidelines, exam-style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
MSBall
The Reconstruction Amendments -  Civil War

The Reconstruction Amendments - Civil War

This lesson is intended for 6th - 8th grades, but could be modified for high school. Courses for which you may find this useful are US History, Social Studies, Civics, and Government. This document provides a practical step by step series of question prompts and action tasks, getting students to think about and understand whether the Reconstruction Amendments accomplished their goals. This lesson includes a written assessment (analysis/evaluation) relating to the 14th Amendment and whether our good intentions matched the outcomes in that particular case. The intended duration of this lesson is 30 - 45 minutes, but could be extended based on quality and quantity of student discussion. Anywhere there is a star, the student is expected to do something. Learning objectives/targets include… CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.6-8.10 By the end of grade 8, read and comprehend history/social studies texts in the grades 6-8 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
robinleecrocker
100 Thinking Cards - Pack 2

100 Thinking Cards - Pack 2

This second pack of 100 Thinking Cards will open the minds of your children and start the most amazing debates. Used with children of all ages from 5 years, they have been loved by all and have produced the most wonderful discussions. These cards can be used in groups, as individuals for extensions activities or whole class debates. Would you rather be a pen or a pencil? If animals could talk, what would be the first question that you would ask them? Is it always right to tell the truth? When you get home there is a giant lump under your carpet. What could it be and how did it get there? …and many more! Have you tried Pack 1 yet?
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100 Thinking Cards - Pack 1

100 Thinking Cards - Pack 1

This pack of 100 Thinking Cards will open the minds of your children and start the most amazing debates. Used with children of all ages from 5 years, they have been loved by all and have produced the most wonderful discussions. These cards can be used in groups, as individuals for extensions activities or whole class debates. Would you rather be a pen or a pencil? If animals could talk, what would be the first question that you would ask them? Is it always right to tell the truth? When you get home there is a giant lump under your carpet. What could it be and how did it get there? …and many more! IF YOU ENJOY THIS WHY NOT TRY ANOTHER 100 CARDS IN PACK 2
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SDG 12 - Consumption, production and Sustainability

SDG 12 - Consumption, production and Sustainability

A resource for teachers, youth leaders and facilitators to address the issues around consumption and sustainable lifestyles. This booklet contains activities, statistics and information to explore the relationship between climate change and sustainability, the impact of single use plastics and the impact of our lifestyles of the lives of others around the world.
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Work Scheme on Religious Experiences (OCR A2 Philosophy of Religion)

Work Scheme on Religious Experiences (OCR A2 Philosophy of Religion)

This resource is a work scheme on religious experiences, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the OCR exam board, an introduction to religious experiences; types of religious experiences; numinous experiences; mysticism; Richard Swinburne and religious experiences; challenges to religious experiences from science and philosophy; and revelation through scripture. The work scheme contains presentations, worksheets, debates, and an essay-writing workshop. The revision guide contains revision material, activity questions, essay-writing guidelines, exam-style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
MSBall
IB DP Theory of Knowledge - Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge Systems AOK

IB DP Theory of Knowledge - Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge Systems AOK

This activity introduces students to the Area of Knowledge (AOK) of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS). Specifically, it helps students use aspects of the IKS specific knowledge framework (applying KCs, and WOKs to an IKS real life situation) to introduce students to the strengths and weaknesses of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Understanding and using the strengths and limitations of this AOK is essential for students to effectively analyse and evaluate their knowledge questions (KQ) when preparing their TOK Essays and Presentations. Lesson length: 45 minutes to 1 hour Background information and link to video provided. A worksheet to help students apply the knowledge framework (pages 1 and 2) and answer key for the teacher are provided. The document is available as a PDF for printing and a Word document for editing.
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Kindness Club Kit - Tools to Start an Animal Rights Club!

Kindness Club Kit - Tools to Start an Animal Rights Club!

(Ideal for Years 3–8, but can easily be adapted for all year levels) Empower your students, foster critical and creative thinking skills, and have some fun! This Kindness Club kit is designed for young activists who want to start an animal rights club in school. Starting a club is a great way for passionate students to get together and share ideas, plan and carry out meaningful and empowering activities for change, and spread awareness about animal rights issues in their communities. The Kindness Club guide is an 8-page booklet that details how students can start a club in their school, and includes useful tips about forming and maintaining an advocacy group. The five skill builders included in the booklet have been developed by experienced activists, teachers and writers to teach students various forms of effective and peaceful activism in today’s democratic environment, such as letter-writing, petitioning, creating awareness material using print and video media, and fundraising. The fact sheets include important information about various animal rights issues in Australia, as well as research points and discussion questions designed to encourage students to think critically about the information and conduct their own investigations. Students can use the campaign ideas in their booklet to start their club’s first activities, or use them to develop their own ideas for their first campaigns. To order a physical kit which includes stickers and bookmarks, visit http://www.thinkkind.org/club/
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