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WJEC EDUQAS GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION MATERIALS – CHRISTIAN BELIEFS

WJEC EDUQAS GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION MATERIALS – CHRISTIAN BELIEFS

This is a set of revision sheets for WJEC GCSE Religious Studies for Christianity - Beliefs. It takes into account the question forms asked in the published SAMS, presenting material to support revision for the angles of questioning they pose. So it covers key terms, key and other teachings, general and specific religious information to do with each topic, and examples of diversity in belief/ practice. The reverse of each two-sided sheet provides guidance on answering each of the question types from the SAMS - so that students can become more familiar and so comfortable with the topics in exam terms. There are a number of sample questions for students to practise with in each format. The sheets can be used as a revision tool at home, as notes for class, to set homework from the questions on there. They also form a good basic level of knowledge for any teacher, and good examples of questions which can be explored with classes.
Charliebgood
99 Names of Allah - Tawhid - AQA

99 Names of Allah - Tawhid - AQA

Complete GCSE lesson continuing study of Muslim beliefs about Allah. Focuses on 99 Glorious Names and encourages deeper understanding of some of the Names, their meaning, importance and impact on Muslim lives. Designed for new AQA specification but could be adapted to suit. Includes complete powerpoint with appropriate video resource, information resource sheet and resources for starter and written expansion activities. Follows on from my previous lesson resources on 6 Articles of Faith and 5 Roots of Religion, also available on TES for download. Reviews welcomed to help with future resource development.
andyredsfan72
Sikhism - Introduction to Guru Nanak

Sikhism - Introduction to Guru Nanak

Perfect resource for teachers who need to teach about Sikhism - Guru Nanak. Resources include presentation with starter, main activities and plenary, differentiated activities and stories about Guru Nanak.
FollyFairy
Religion Peace and Conflict- Victims of war- GCSE AQA 9-1

Religion Peace and Conflict- Victims of war- GCSE AQA 9-1

Students learn about the justifications for helping victims of war and also the ways in which organisations support victims of war. The concentric circle is aimed at helping students interpret and apply religious evidence. Opportunity to practice this in an exam question which consolidates knowledge gained. A fast paced lesson.
Yasmin54
Religion Peace and Conflict- Pacifism-GCSE AQA 9-1

Religion Peace and Conflict- Pacifism-GCSE AQA 9-1

Students understand what the term Pacifism means and also what the Christian and Islamic attitudes are towards Pacifism. They will learn and apply religious evidence to a practice exam question with an opportunity to peer assess. Students used the worksheet independently with my class.
Yasmin54
Religion Peace and conflict- Holy war- GCSE AQA- 9-1

Religion Peace and conflict- Holy war- GCSE AQA- 9-1

Students evaluate if whether religion is a cause for war and violence. They will learn historical examples of religious war as well as recent examples of this. The case study about Charlie Hebdo ties in with the Islamic principles of a just war. Students explore the idea of the attack being disproportionate which sparks an interesting debate. My students spoke quite passionately about how wrong the attack was and what could have been done instead.
Yasmin54