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Eduqas GCSE Study of Judaism: Beliefs and Teachings: Unit of Work, Lessons, PPTs etc

Eduqas GCSE Study of Judaism: Beliefs and Teachings: Unit of Work, Lessons, PPTs etc

This unit was created for the new GCSE specifications (based on Eduqas) for a Study of Judaism: Beliefs and Teachings. Covers a Study of Judaism, required for new specifications. Divisions and distinctions made between different Jewish denominations. 8 double lessons (approx 1 1/2 hours per double lesson), including PPTs, resources and differentiated resources, where necessary. Often, differentiation is scaffolded into the PPTs via animations, which you can use if needed. Each lesson includes: - Resources - Lesson Plan - Full PPT - Starter / Main / Plenaries (including mini-reviews) - SMSC Focus - Literacy Focus - Christian Value focus (you may wish to delete this if it is not standard practice within your school) - Objectives, Outcomes, 3D Learning Objectives In addition to the taught lessons, there is also an assessment lesson, complete with exam technique, hints, tips and mark scheme. The assessment lesson included in this Bundle also includes the assessment for Judaism: Practices, so double-check you're giving your pupils the correct paper after the Beliefs and Teachings unit! 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 let me know if there is anything else you would like to see within the resource. Happy teaching!

By joanacarr

Eduqas: Study of Judaism: The Temple and Jewish Persecution: Whole Lesson

Eduqas: Study of Judaism: The Temple and Jewish Persecution: Whole Lesson

Lesson intended as a double lesson (roughly 1 1/2 hours) and explores The Temple and Jewish Persecution, to support the new GCSE specifications on the Study of Judaism. Lesson includes: - TPS Starter - 3D learning objectives and differentiated outcomes - Research around the room and worksheet - Thunk (P4C) - Introduction to Anti-Semitism - Timeline Activity - Link the Words: Mini Review - Exam practise with exam technique - Exam feedback (peer assessment) - Plenary: Group Quiz - Full PPT - Lesson Plan 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.

By joanacarr

Codemakers and Codebreakers: then and now

Codemakers and Codebreakers: then and now

Lesson 3 from the acclaimed teaching pack 'Dial M For Missile: Exploring Themes Around the Cuban Missile Crisis'. This lesson enables students to discover the history of secret code-making and breaking, and its significance at the time of historic events such as the Cuban Missile Crisis. They learn how codes can be made and broken, and then create their own in small groups and attempt to break each others'. The lesson also gives the opportunity to explore relevant ethical dilemmas, by getting students to debate questions around secrecy, privacy, intelligence-gathering in the context of the world today. The lesson plan includes differentiation, extension and enrichment suggestions. The lesson is highly relevant to the curriculum and exam syllabuses of History, Citizenship, Government & Politics, Maths, Computing, and Religious Education, as well as helping to meet SMSC, Prevent and British Values requirements. To browse and download the other lessons from the Dial M For Missile Pack pack, plus the pack as a whole (including endorsements), go to www.tes.com/teaching-resource/dial-m-for-missile-exploring-themes-around-the-cuban-missile-crisis-11208437

By PeaceEducation