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(13.7) Catholic teachings about poverty - 35 slides -

(13.7) Catholic teachings about poverty - 35 slides -

(13.7) Catholic teachings about poverty Objectives i. Know what the Catholic Church teaches about the Christian duty to take action against poverty. ii. Understand significance of the teaching that the needs of the poor should be put first (the preferential option for the poor).

By kutepoppygirl95

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R.E- Exploring and discussing religious art KS2-3 whole lesson with activities and presentation

R.E- Exploring and discussing religious art KS2-3 whole lesson with activities and presentation

This is a complete lesson with notebook file and activities. The learning objective is- To explore and discuss religious art There is an activity sheet and resources including a notebook file that forms the whole lesson for you. This is a whole lesson. I used this with a mixed year 5/6 class for an observation by the head and a governor who said the lesson was 'outstanding' in old OFSTED terms! It worked well and the children enjoyed it.

By richbreeds

Rights and Responsibilities - Crossword for Key Words in Religion and Society

Rights and Responsibilities - Crossword for Key Words in Religion and Society

Crossword using the Key Words and more from the old Unit 8: Religion and Society Based on a Study of Christianity and at Least One Other Religion Section 8.1: Religion: rights and responsibilities. While the spec has changed, the words found here are important to understand. My crosswords aid learning and revision of important concepts and words found at GCSE Level in RE. This one is also relevant for Citizenship and PSHE.

By durgamata

Jesus - Designing a New Marketing Campaign

Jesus - Designing a New Marketing Campaign

Students follow the steps used by modern marketing agencies to create a brand awareness campaign for the Jesus Movement in the first century CE. Students will compose a marketing design brief, write a mission statement for the Jesus Movement, research and design a corporate logo and slogan. They will research and design a business card and other promotional material. This is a truly inter-disciplinary study that encourages students to develop and use a range of creative skills.

By Lumino

Is Jediism a real religion - Alternative religions SoW

Is Jediism a real religion - Alternative religions SoW

This is a really interesting lesson looking at one of the worlds newest (and coolest!) new faiths 'Jediism'. The students are introduced to the faith and asked the question 'is it a real religion'. They will learn about it's provenance, it's practices and it's philosophy before engaging in a debate over whether or not it should be granted religious status in the UK. A really interesting and fun lesson (especially if you have Star Wars fans in your class!) This lesson is suitable for KS3 , 4 or even 5.

By laumorrow

Eduqas Philosophy and Ethics Task Books

Eduqas Philosophy and Ethics Task Books

Full working documents for revision or independent study for the topic of Philosophy and Ethics: Good and Evil, Relationships, Life and Death and Human Rights. Document includes a variety of tasks, from mind-mapping to letter and script writing, to embed learning from each of the topics below. Learning and revision for the entire Philosophy and Ethics course. Download as an editable Word document and as a PDF, for compatibility. Booklets focuses on Philosophy and Ethics from a Christian perspective. 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!

By joanacarr

Christianity and the Media resources Year 7

Christianity and the Media resources Year 7

This set of lessons supports a 6 lesson focus on Christianity and the Media for Year 7. In Lesson One, students are introduced to the idea of Media and encouraged to consider how Christianity is portrayed. This is achieved through a mix of clips which students can record their thoughts on using the table provided. Within the review document are three different templates for students to use. An extra activity of a debate is provided for those who complete this quickly. Lesson Two allows us to consider Evan Almighty in more detail before focusing on news articles linked to Christianity. Use the articles and annotate these with ideas, creating a presentation to share at the beginning of the next lesson. Lesson Three allows us to consider the idea of censorship in the media. The project is due to be carried out over 3 lessons and a study of 20 minutes before presentation day. Each lesson plan is developed for a 1 hour and 10 minute lesson.

By teachRE17

WJEC Eduqas Human Rights Task Book Revision / Student Book

WJEC Eduqas Human Rights Task Book Revision / Student Book

Full working document (26 pages) for revision or independent study for the topic of Philosophy and Ethics: Human Rights. Document includes a variety of tasks, from mind-mapping to letter and script writing, to embed learning from each of the topics below. Download as an editable Word document and as a PDF, for compatibility. Booklet focuses on Philosophy and Ethics from a Christian perspective. Resource includes: - Key Concepts - Human Rights - Social Justice - Amnesty International - Campaigning for Human Rights - Humanist Attitudes to Human Rights and Social Justice - Christian Attitudes to Human Rights and Social Justice - Christian Aid - Salvation Army - Liberation Theology - Censorship - Freedom of Religious Expression - Religious Extremism - Abortion Extremism - Prejudice and Discrimination - Religious Discrimination - Humanist Attitudes to Prejudice and Discrimination - Christian Attitudes to Prejudice and Discrimination - Martin Luther King Jr - Poverty and Wealth - Relative Poverty / Absolute Poverty - Fair Trade - Christian Attitudes to Wealth and Poverty - Helping those in Poverty - Humanist Attitudes to Wealth and Poverty 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!

By joanacarr