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Logical Fallacies and Cognitive Biases Display Pack (Philosophy/Psychology)

Logical Fallacies and Cognitive Biases Display Pack (Philosophy/Psychology)

This display pack is designed to engage students in reflecting on their thinking and argument. The pack includes two displays: Logical fallacies covering a range of 21 examples of irrationality including: Strawman, slippery slope, ad hominum, black or white, appeal to authority, bandwagon, middle ground, begging the question, non-representative sample, moral equivalency, non sequitur, red herring, splitting hairs, non-testable hypothesis, anecdotal support, genetic, post hoc ergo propter hoc, appeal to tradition, appeal to emotion, affirming the consequent and denying the antecedent. Cognitive biases covering a range of 18 reasons why we all fail to be objective including: Anchoring, confirmation bias, declinism, framing, fundamental attribution error, the halo effect, backfire effect, reactance, groupthink, belief bias, availability heuristic, clustering illusion, conservatism bias, blind spot bias, the ostrich effect, zero risk, in-group bias and the Dunning-Kruger effect. All of the displays are styled in a high contrast white on black or black on white (apart from the red herring of course…) They are eye-catching and informative for your students of all ages from Year 7 through to Year 13. Great for an RE, Philosophy or Psychology classroom. Maybe these should be in every classroom - just think about the world we could create! Instructions: Just cut around the shape leaving a small border of white. I’ve included an example of image for displaying on a small board but you could display these around the walls or however you wish. You could create a board for each or put both together!
toddbeamish
Sikhism : Khalsa and 5 Ks

Sikhism : Khalsa and 5 Ks

1 hour, fully resourced RE lesson which focuses on the story of the formation of the Khalsa and the 5 K’s. The lesson is most suitable for KS3 (but has been left editable) and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. The pack includes a 1 hour long PowerPoint, differentiated challenge activities, worksheets, clips and literacy focus tasks. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. Please leave a review if you like it :) You can find many more inexpensive and free RE, Citizenship and PSHE resources at my shop: MORE RE RESOURCES
EC_Resources
Noah's Ark Coloring Activity Book

Noah's Ark Coloring Activity Book

This Activity Book is a wonderful way to help students learn about Noah’s Ark. Includes 89 pages of lesson plans and activities. Plus an Answer Key for teachers. WHO IS IT FOR? 3rd - 8th Graders (8 to 14-year-olds) WHAT’S INCLUDED? 17-page Bible story: The Great Flood Fill in the blanks activity: Part One, Two, and Three **Lesson One** Lesson plan (two pages) Coloring page: Giants! Bible Word Search: Noah’s Ark Bible Quiz: Noah Bible Craft: Noah’s Ark puppets Question ’n color activity: Giants! Fact Sheet: Who were the Nephilim? Bible worksheet: Noah Creative Writing: Giants! My Bible Notes worksheet **Lesson Two** Lesson plan (two pages) Coloring page: Building the Ark Creative writing activity: Obeying God Bible Question ’n color activity: Building the Ark Fact Sheet: Noah’s Ark Discovered? Bible verse copywork: Trusting God Bible Task Cards: Building the Ark What’s the Word? Genesis 6 Bible copywork ’n color: Getting Ready Let’s Draw: Getting Ready Bible craft: Craft Stick Noah’s Ark **Lesson Three** Lesson plan (two pages) Coloring page: Entering the ark Bible Word Search: Clean and Unclean Bible Word Scramble: Noah’s Ark Bible worksheet: Clean and Unclean animals Creative Writing: Noah Coloring worksheet: The Animals Fact Sheet: Clean and Unclean Bible worksheet: I can eat… Bible Task Cards: Animals Bible Maze: All aboard! **Lesson Four** Lesson plan (two pages) Coloring page: Animals on the Ark Bible crossword: Noah’s Ark Bible verse match Fill-in-the-blanks & color activity: The Great Flood Connect the dots to create a lion Bible worksheet: The Ark Fact Sheet: Fountains of the Deep Fact Sheet: Fossil Graveyards My favorite Bible animal worksheet What’s the Word? Genesis 8 Creative writing: The Flood **Lesson Five** Lesson plan (two pages) Coloring page: Noah celebrates! Bible Quiz: Noah and the Flood Write your own story: Noah’s Ark My story retell: Noah’s Ark Let’s Draw: Noah’s Ark Question ’n color activity: God’s covenant with Noah Recipe: Noah’s New Earth Breakfast Bible worksheet: Everlasting Covenant Fact Sheet: Anchor stones Bible Craft: Make a hanging mobile Creative writing: Everlasting covenant For more inspiring educational resources visit: Bible Pathway Adventures
pip29
Love Collection

Love Collection

A collection of materials concerning Love and its impact in life Assemblies and a lesson about Loving your neighbour All good sellers individually so why not grab the bundle !
hundredacre15
GCSE KS3 Ethics - looking into Relative and Morality

GCSE KS3 Ethics - looking into Relative and Morality

This lesson can be adapted for high end KS3 and GCSE. It explores situation ethics and what Relative morality is. It combines dilemmas and there is a created game that can be played with moral dilemmas, exploring what different theories would do in a situation. Lots of activities included.
g.enga
GCSE new Sanctity of life and Quality of life

GCSE new Sanctity of life and Quality of life

This combines both the concept of Sanctity of life and Quality of life in a religious context. It explores the idea of Marry Anne Warren and Judith Thomason, both scholars who debate the topic. This topic also provides ideas by Peter Singer and Helga Kuhse on the area of QOL and SOL. It is for high end students and A level but could be adapted. There are 18 slides with worksheets for GCSE.
g.enga
A level Ethics - Butler and Conscience with Psychology view

A level Ethics - Butler and Conscience with Psychology view

Looking at the idea of Conscience from a psychology perspective. Exploring ideas from Piaget and Kohlberg as well as Fromm– Authoritarian Conscience and Fromm – Humanistic Conscience. Worksheets are within the presentation as well as a summary of different scholar view points.
g.enga
Ethics A level Libertarianism and determinism

Ethics A level Libertarianism and determinism

This is a powerpoint presentation consisting of a lesson on Libertarianism and determinism which has 7 slides. The first powerpoint is an introduction lesson and consolidates what has previously been taught. It has definitions and case studies to help explain key terms. It also has a second lesson on Libertarianism and incompatibilism which explores the views of Peter Van Inwagen and Darrow, Honderich and Jean-Paul Sartre in terms to both concepts. Furthermore, this presentation explores the idea of The personality and the moral self whilst providing worksheets for the pupils to make notes and learn.
g.enga
Eduqas Relationships: Introduction Lesson and Key Concept Words

Eduqas Relationships: Introduction Lesson and Key Concept Words

Full lesson (roughly 1-1.5 hours) as part of the Issues of Relationships unit of the Eduqas Philosophy and Ethics spec. Lesson includes: Starter Homework Title, LOs and outcomes 3D learning objectives Knowledge tasks Apply tasks (exam questions with technique) Plenary 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!
CreativeRE
Ethics A level OCR- Free will and determinism

Ethics A level OCR- Free will and determinism

This presentation consists of 14 slides with lots of case studies to help explore the concept of Free will and whether we are truely free. This is an introduction to the topic and could easily be adapted for GCSE.
g.enga
OCR A Level Religious studies NEW SPEC entire notes and essay plans for Ethics Philosophy Theology

OCR A Level Religious studies NEW SPEC entire notes and essay plans for Ethics Philosophy Theology

A complete and comprehensive list of scholars and notes for all topics of the OCR New Religious Studies A Level. As well as essay plans for every thinking point on the spec. Everything needed factually to get an A* Has taken me around 6 months to create all these and are tailored specifically to answer essay questions THIS IS NOT A TEXTBOOK IT IS A VAST RANGE OF SCHOLARLY VIEWS AND ESSAY PLANS FOR ETHICS PHILOSOPHY AND DEVELOPMENTS IN CHRISTIAN THOUGHT
Azainah1
Status of Women - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Human Rights & Social Justice) Gender L3/7

Status of Women - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Human Rights & Social Justice) Gender L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme E: ‘Religion, Human Rights & Social Justice’ and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about the status of women. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Capital Punishment - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Crime & Punishment) [Death Penalty] L3/7

Capital Punishment - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Crime & Punishment) [Death Penalty] L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme E: ‘Religion, Crime & Punishment’ and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about capital punishment (the death penalty). It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Nuclear Weapons - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion, Peace & Conflict) Theme D - L3/7

Nuclear Weapons - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion, Peace & Conflict) Theme D - L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme D: ‘Religion, Peace & Conflict’ and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Euthanasia - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion & Life ) Theme B - L3/7

Euthanasia - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion & Life ) Theme B - L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme B: ’ Religion & Life’ and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about euthanasia. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Contraception - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Relationships & Families) Theme A - L3/7

Contraception - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Relationships & Families) Theme A - L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme A: Religion, Relationships & Families and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about contraception. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Catholic / Protestant - What is the difference?

Catholic / Protestant - What is the difference?

Two day’s module for RE teaching children the difference between Catholics and Protestants. It can be used for KS2 or KS3. The work is suitable for all ages, but there are some tricky elements to work through with your class. Planning is rigid, but is adaptable. Let me know if there are any improvements you would like.
Hugostrange
Years 5/6 - Why do people believe in God?

Years 5/6 - Why do people believe in God?

SACRE - RE topic based on the question: Why do people believe in God? Questions to stick into book as headers alongside planning and a look at the book of Genesis for good measure. The planning and topic are fairly open and feel free to change as you wish. Ideally, this is for the Warwick SACRE scheme. But, it still can be used for any teacher looking to introduce this difficult subject matter.
Hugostrange
GCSE Judaism: Features of a Synagogue Lesson

GCSE Judaism: Features of a Synagogue Lesson

Lesson intended as a double lesson (roughly 1-1.5 hours) as part of the Judaism Practices Unit. Lesson includes: Starter -Homework 3D learning objectives and differentiated outcomes Model Answer Research Activity TPS and Questions Exam Question with technique Peer Assessment Plenary (Exit Pass) 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!
CreativeRE
The Formation of the Gospels

The Formation of the Gospels

This is a PPT about the formation of the Gospels. It is suitable for KS3, KS3, Junior and Leaving Cert. classes. It covers: The life and teaching of Jesus The oral tradition The written Gospels It uses bright and colourful imagery as well as simple language to get the most important points across which means that it can be used in a mixed ability class. It is suitable for both denominational and non-denominational class groups. If you liked this resource, please review and have a look at my other resources!
katiemurphy111
Angels in Islam

Angels in Islam

A very well planned and resourced lesson on Angels in Islam. Was rated ‘Outstanding’ in a recent observation. Suitable for KS3 and GCSE RE.
Norhan5
Muslim beliefs - Al Qadr

Muslim beliefs - Al Qadr

Muslim beliefs and Al Qadr Part 2 of 2 Lots of information including the importance of the belief for the faith today.
jblatch1
Sikhism

Sikhism

4 x 1 hour, fully resourced RE lessons all about Sikhism. The lessons are most suitable for KS3 (but have been left editable) and are filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. The pack includes 4x 1 hour long PowerPoints, differentiated challenge activities, worksheets, clips, literacy focus tasks and a quiz. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed, easy to follow and editable. You can find many more inexpensive and free RE, Citizenship and PSHE resources at my shop: MORE RE RESOURCES
EC_Resources
Sikhism : The Golden Temple

Sikhism : The Golden Temple

1 hour, fully resourced RE lesson which focuses on the story and background of the Sikh Golden Temple at Amritsar. The lesson is most suitable for KS3 (but has been left editable) and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. The pack includes a 1 hour long PowerPoint, differentiated challenge activities, worksheets, clips and literacy focus tasks. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. You can find many more inexpensive and free RE, Citizenship and PSHE resources at my shop: MORE RE RESOURCES
EC_Resources
How have beliefs changed the world? Charity Christianity Hinduism

How have beliefs changed the world? Charity Christianity Hinduism

How have beliefs changed the world? Worksheets, information sheets, engaging starter, opportunities for discussion and feedback to cut down on your marking. Focus on charity work within Christianity and Hinduism case studies. Worksheet - I print on A3 (2 pages per side)
jbonn02
The Role and Importance of Yoga Yogi Yoginis

The Role and Importance of Yoga Yogi Yoginis

Used for OCR but can easily be adapted. Pupils will be able to identify the different types of yoga and why yogis/yoginis may be considered important to Hindus. I use Gavin Flood (1996) ‘Introduction to Hinduism’ for the information aspect but videos identified also explain the different types of yoga.
jbonn02
Uses of Wealth - Hindu Views & Teachings (GCSE RS - Hinduism- Social Justice) L2/7

Uses of Wealth - Hindu Views & Teachings (GCSE RS - Hinduism- Social Justice) L2/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the second in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for ThemeF: ‘Religion, Human Rights & Social Justice’ and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about uses of wealth, inequality, charity and duties to the poor. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A set of A3 group-work debate worksheets -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet and A3 debate worksheets. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) Make sure you download the 20 Lesson GCSE Hinduism Unit for ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’! System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Forgiveness - Hindu Views  & Teachings(GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion, Crime & Punishment) L2/7

Forgiveness - Hindu Views & Teachings(GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion, Crime & Punishment) L2/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the second in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme E: ‘Religion, Crime & Punishment’ and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about forgiveness and the forgiveness of criminals. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A set of A3 group-work debate worksheets -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet and A3 debate worksheets. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) Make sure you download the 20 Lesson GCSE Hinduism Unit for ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’! System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Wealth & Poverty - Comparing Hindu & Christian Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Social Justice) L1/7

Wealth & Poverty - Comparing Hindu & Christian Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Social Justice) L1/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the first in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme F: ‘Religion, Human Rights & Social Justice’ and compares Hindu & Christian views about wealth, poverty & inequality. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A comprehensive knowledge-hunt comparing Hindu & Christian views -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) Make sure you check out our 20 Lesson Hinduism Unit for ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’! System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Crime & Criminals - Comparing Hindu & Christian Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Crime & Punishment) L1/7

Crime & Criminals - Comparing Hindu & Christian Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Crime & Punishment) L1/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the first in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme E: ‘Religion Crime & Punishment’ and compares Hindu & Christian views about crime. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A comprehensive knowledge-hunt comparing Hindu & Christian views -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) Make sure you check out our 20 Lesson Hinduism Unit for ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’! System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
War & Violence - Comparing Hindu & Christian Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Peace & Conflict) L1/7

War & Violence - Comparing Hindu & Christian Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Peace & Conflict) L1/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the first in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme D: ’ Religion Peace & Conflict’ and compares Hindu & Christian views about violence and war. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A comprehensive knowledge-hunt comparing Hindu & Christian views -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) Make sure you check out our 20 Lesson Hinduism Unit for ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’! System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Abortion - Comparing Hindu & Christian Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion & Life) L1/7

Abortion - Comparing Hindu & Christian Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Religion & Life) L1/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the first in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme B: Religion & Life and compares Hindu & Christian views about abortion. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A comprehensive knowledge-hunt comparing Hindu & Christian views -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) Make sure you check out our 20 Lesson Hinduism Unit for ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’! System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
Sexual Ethics -  Hindu & Christian Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Relationships & Families) L1/7

Sexual Ethics - Hindu & Christian Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Relationships & Families) L1/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the first in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme A: Relationships & Families and compares Hindu & Christian views about relationships sexual ethics. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A comprehensive knowledge-hunt comparing Hindu & Christian views -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) Make sure you check out our 20 Lesson Hinduism Unit for ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’! System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
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