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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 key figures in Judaism and the Covenants, 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

Eduqas: Study of Judaism: Key Figures and Covenants in Judaism Full Lesson

Eduqas: Study of Judaism: Key Figures and Covenants in Judaism Full Lesson

Lesson intended as a double lesson (roughly 1 1/2 hours) and explores key figures in Judaism and the Covenants, to support the new GCSE specifications on the Study of Judaism. Lesson includes: - Starter - 3D learning objectives and differentiated outcomes - Definition - Card Match Activity - Fact File - Mini Review - Exam practise with exam technique - Exam feedback (peer assessment) - Plenary: Beat the teacher - 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

Study of Buddhism: Differentiated Workbooks Bundle: Low Mid and High Ability

Study of Buddhism: Differentiated Workbooks Bundle: Low Mid and High Ability

Intended for the unit on Buddhism entitled, 'Study of Buddhism' and comprises of two units: 1. History 2. Buddhism in the Modern World These 40/39-page workbooks provides an thorough study of Buddhism and an introduction to the new specifications on Buddhism - aimed at KS3 and KS4. Easily adaptable and editable to suit different GCSE specifications. Topics Covered: Topics Covered: 1. What is Buddhism? 2. Early Life of Siddhartha Gautama 3. Four Sights and Great Departure 4. Path to Enlightenment 5. Four Noble Truths 6. Eightfold Path 7. The Sangha 8. The Spread of Buddhism 9. School of Buddhism 10. Tibetan Buddhism 11. Buddhist Meditation 12. Buddhist Art 13. Buddhist Festivals 14. Places of Pilgrimage 15. Inspirational Leaders 16. Buddhism in the UK Documents include a variety of tasks - Q&A, challenge tasks and a P4C 'Thunk' for extending the pupils' understanding. This version is includes all of the high, mid and low workbooks, which are differentiated using a variety of (often subtle) techniques. Individual ability workbooks are available separately. Download as an editable Word document and as a PDF, for compatibility.

By joanacarr

KS1 Harvest RE (2 lessons)

KS1 Harvest RE (2 lessons)

This resource is a 2 lesson unit on Harvest, suitable for using with key stage 1. There are details of activities and differentiation for each lesson. The first lesson involves children learning about the history of British harvest. They take part in an interactive starter, watch a PowerPoint about harvest, do a drama activity and a written activity, finishing with a philosophical discussion. The second lesson allows children to learn about Thanksgiving in America and how harvest is linked to thankfulness. Children take part in a written starter, watch a PowerPoint on Thanksgiving and write a poem. Resources are included in the price. (A Key Stage 2 version of these plans is available.)

By blossomingminds

Is Religion Cohesive or Divisive?

Is Religion Cohesive or Divisive?

A KS3 lesson exploring the debate to whether religion is a cohesive or divisive force in the world. This could be spread over two or three lessons. Students thoroughly enjoy the investigation as it involves aliens!

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